Daily Devotional

Good Men

In our Focal Scripture, we see Ruth opting to follow Naomi her mother-in-law to return to Israel. Eventually, Naomi led Ruth to get in contact with Boaz, who eventually married Ruth and got her ushered

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God Will Show Up

It is remarkably noteworthy that in our Focal Scripture, in the lifetime of Naomi, the Lord visited His people and gave them bread. The same reason that caused Elimelech and Naomi to relocate to Moab

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No Negative Labels

It is instructive to observe the meanings of the names that Elimelech gave to his two sons. Mahlon means ‘sickly’; Chilion means ‘wasting away’. So Elimelech gave his sons negative names, and negativity soon followed

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You Are Fruitful

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of the death of Mahlon and Chilion, the two sons of Elimelech. Mahlon and Chilion died without having children. They took a journey into marriage, but they ended up unfruitful.

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You Will Do Better

Elimelech had two sons, Mahlon and Chilion, before he died; but his sons had no children before they died in Moab. Mahlon and Chilion had a father who had children but they didn’t have. They

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You Won’t Be Swallowed

Prior to our Focal Scripture, Elimelech died while living in Moab; in a matter of time, his sons also died. A family of four got reduced to one in just a few years. Nothing went

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Break Away

Our Focal Scripture reveals that Elimelech died in the land of Moab. His sons went ahead to take wives of the daughters of Moab. Elimelech made the mistake of going into a country that God

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A Secure Harvest

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that season when there was a famine in Israel. There are different reasons why famines arose in bible times; one of such reasons is the attack of termites, cankerworms, locusts,

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The Battles Are Over

In our Focal Scripture, mention is made of a famine which took place in Israel during the days the judges. There were several reasons why Israel suffered famine in bible times; one of such reasons

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Stop The Negativity

Our Focal Scripture speaks of the famine that happened in the days when the judges ruled. The scripture did not say it happened during the reign of one judge; it happened during the days when

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High Favour

Our Focal Scripture is the first verse of the book of Ruth. Ruth was a Moabitess. She was among the people who were forbidden from coming into the temple (see Deuteronomy 23 vs. 3). She

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Don’t Walk Away

Our Focal Scripture unveils the story of Ruth and the family of Elimelech into which she was married. There was a famine in Israel, and Elimelech took his wife and sons and went to Moab.

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No Shame

In our Focal Scripture, the house that was built on sand encountered the rain, and the floods, and the wind; and when they beat upon the house, it fell and great was the fall of

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You Will Not Fall

The man who built his house upon a rock eventually encountered the rain, and floods and wind which beat upon his house, but the house did not fall. Adversity came, but it was unable to

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Helpers Or Reducers?

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of that man that built his house upon the sand. Typically, nobody builds a house alone. To build a house, there would probably be labourers, perhaps carpenters, and others. So

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Add To Your Rock

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that man who built his house upon a rock. A rock is already a strong structure, and that man went ahead to build upon it. That man built upon a

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Built For Beneficiaries

Our Focal Scripture speaks of the two men who built houses, one on the rock and another on the sand. The word ‘house’ as used in that scripture comes from the Greek word ‘oikos’ which

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Build Right

It is important to observe that the challenge of the man who built on sand did not manifest while he built. He built his house, the house stood; but on a certain day, the rains

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Don’t Waste Grace

Our Focal Scripture speaks of the men who built, one on sand and the other on rock. The house that was built on a rock stood, and the house that was built on sand also

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Be Formed

Our Focal Scripture introduces the parable of two men who built houses, one on a rock and the other on sand. Sand is usually loose, but when it is hardened by weathering, it forms rocks;

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Mercy Speaks

When Peter began to sink as a result of his unbelief, Jesus stretched forth His hand and caught him. Jesus did not allow Peter’s unbelief to sink him; He didn’t allow Peter’s mistake to consume

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Ignore The Wind

Our Focal Scripture gives details of how Peter transited from walking on water to sinking in the same water. Peter transited from focusing on Jesus to focusing on the boisterous wind, and he began to

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Draw Nigh

When Peter stepped out of the ship that ferried the disciples, he went straight to Jesus. He walked on water in order to get to where Jesus was; he walked on water in order to

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Make A Demand

When Jesus assured His disciples that He was the One walking on the sea, Peter requested to be invited to walk on water. Others were witnesses of Jesus’ exploit, but Peter wanted more, and he

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Walk In Authority - By Jerry Eze

Walk In Power

As Jesus’ disciples began the journey to the other side, Jesus went into a mountain apart to pray. At the fourth watch of the night, Jesus showed up walking on the sea. Jesus was walking

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A New Season

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how Jesus showed up in the midst of the sea at the fourth watch of the night. In the Jewish culture, the fourth watch of the night was the last

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Jesus Is Coming

As Jesus’ disciples struggled in the midst of the sea with their ship and the waves that tossed them about, Jesus showed up at the fourth watch of the night. He knew that they were

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Keep It Under

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when the waves tossed the ship that carried Jesus’ disciples. One basic truth about waves is that they cause the waters that should have been under the ship

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You Are Big

As the ship that ferried Jesus’ disciples got to the midst of the sea, it was tossed about by waves, because the wind was contrary. Another factor that influences the formation of waves in a

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No Prolonged Negativity

In our Focal Scripture, the ship that carried Jesus’ disciples was tossed by waves in the midst of the sea. Typically, the longer the wind blows, the more likely it is to cause waves. So

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