Daily Devotional

Dark Clouds

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah warned Ahab to get on his chariot and move so that the rain does not stop him. It was not long before the heavens were black with clouds and wind,

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Your ‘Rain’ Is Coming

When Elijah’s servant went to check the sea at the seventh time, he saw a little cloud arising out of the sea, like a man’s hand. What the servant saw was obviously little; what he

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Go Again

After Elijah went up to Carmel to pray, he sent his servant to go and observe the sea; that servant came back to say that there was nothing. So for all the prayers that Elijah

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Understand The Times

Our Focal Scripture tells the tale of Ahab and Elijah. Ahab went to eat and drink in preparation for the rain that was to descend on Israel; Elijah went to the top of Carmel to

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Pray On

As Ahab went to eat and drink, Elijah went to the top of Carmel, cast himself on the ground, and put his face between his knees. Elijah had proclaimed in the previous verse that there

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Make Things Happen

In our Focal Scripture, as Ahab went to eat and drink and make merry on account of the impending rain that was to fall in Israel, Elijah went to the top of the Mount Carmel

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Be A Creator

In our Focal Scripture, Ahab went to eat and drink on the instructions of Elijah, while Elijah went to the top of Carmel, and prayed until the rains began. The dryness in Israel began in

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Abundance Of Rain

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah proclaimed that there is a sound of abundance of rain. There had been no rain in Israel for three and half years; and when the rain was imminent, Elijah did

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Live In Your Miracle

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah told Ahab to go and eat and drink, because there was a sound of abundance of rain. Israel had been in famine for more than three years; there was yet

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Cut Them Off

In our Focal Scripture, whilst getting ready for a new season of rain in Israel, Elijah slew the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal. Some people had to die before the new season of

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No Enchantment

Elijah, in our Focal Scripture, slew the entire four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal. One major dimension of prophecy is to speak into the future, and to proclaim what would happen in the future.

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It Will Happen Again

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah took the prophets of Baal to the Brook Kishon, and slew them there. The killing of the prophets of Baal took place at Brook Kishon. Kishon was the place where

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No Destiny Exchange

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah slew all the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal. Like we earlier observed, Baal often attached its name to the name of any city where it was worshipped. So

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No Satanic Identity

In Old Testament times, when a community began to worship Baal, their names gradually began to change and have Baal attached to it. Judges 3 vs. 3 makes mention of Baalhermon; Joshua 11 vs. 17

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No Death

In our Focal Scripture, Elijah took the prophets of Baal and slew them all in the brook Kishon. Baal had one major characteristic: Baal was often given human sacrifices (see 2 Kings 16 vs. 3,

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No Rising And Falling

Before the rains were restored to Israel in the days of Elijah, the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal were executed by Elijah. One characteristic of Baal worship is that Baal is both beneficent

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Stop The Losses

Our Focal Scripture reveals that moment when Jesus told His disciples to gather the fragments so that nothing is lost. Jesus gave His disciples the responsibility of ensuring that there was no loss at a

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Nothing Missing

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus commanded His disciples to gather the fragments that remain of the bread and fish, so that nothing is lost. Jesus was not willing to let any fragment of the bread

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More Than Enough

After the multitudes had been fed, Jesus commanded His disciples to gather the fragments that remain. So the five loaves of bread and two fishes fed the entire multitude, and there was still a remainder

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Give Thanks

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus took the loaves and gave thanks, before distributing same to His disciples. In the midst of an unsolved problem, Jesus took the route of thanksgiving. At a time when a

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You Are Needed

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how Jesus took both the bread and the fish and distributed to His disciples who also shared same with the multitude. So both the bread and the fish that the

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All-Round Multiplication

Whilst getting ready to feed the multitude, Jesus took the loaves and distributed to the disciples; He did the same thing with the fishes. Eventually, the bread and the fish went round among the multitude.

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Comfort In Provision

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus told His disciples to make the men to sit down. He was about to feed the multitude with the bread and fishes that were divinely multiplied, and He wouldn’t continue

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Help Is Near

While Jesus got ready to feed the multitude, Andrew said, “There is a lad here, which has five barley loaves and two small fishes…” Those barley loaves and small fishes eventually became the resources that

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Mercy Speaks

While lending his voice to solve the puzzle of feeding the multitude, Andrew made mention of a lad who had five barley loaves and two small fishes; but he quickly added, “but what are they

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The Game Changer

It is instructive to observe that when Jesus was to feed the multitude, He relied on the five barley loaves and two small fishes which belonged to a lad within the multitude. So in the

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Generational Traits

While the puzzle on how to feed the multitude lingered, Andrew spoke up and told Jesus about a lad within the crowd who had five barley loaves and two small fishes. There was a multitude

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They Will Speak

When Philip was done with his suggestion to Jesus, Andrew spoke and told Jesus about the lad who had five barley loaves and two small fishes. Andrew was silent while Philip was making his suggestion;

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More Than Enough

In our Focal Scripture, Philip told Jesus that two hundred penny worth of bread will not be sufficient to feed the multitude. Feeding the multitude was a problem that Jesus and His disciples were faced

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Favour Above Money

In our Focal Scripture, Philip suggested that two hundred pennyworth of bread would not be sufficient to feed the multitude, even if they all took a little. By Philip’s assertion, what they could make available

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