Daily Devotional

You Have A Space

Against All Odds

It is important to observe that the rod of Aaron was not planted in the ground before it budded. It was simply kept in the presence of the Lord, in the tabernacle of witness (Ark

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It Won’t Take Time

Hour Miracles

Our Focal Scripture reveals that after the rod of Aaron and his rivals were kept in the tabernacle of witness, by the next day, Aaron’s rod had budded, blossomed and yielded almonds. Those dry rods

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You Will Be Fruitful

When Aaron’s rod spent 24 hours in the tabernacle of witness, it budded, blossomed and yielded almonds. Aaron’s rod moved from dryness to fruitfulness. It didn’t just have signs of growth and advancement; it also

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You Are Attractive

Apart from budding, Aaron’s rod also blossomed. The word ‘blossom’ as used in that scripture refers to flowers that show forth before fruits manifest. So Aaron’s rod showed forth flowers. Aaron’s rod began to look

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Speed Of The Spirit

Speedy Growth

The first process that manifested in the rod of Aaron was budding. Aaron’s rod brought forth buds. When a plant begins to bud, it simply has begun to grow and make progress. Budding would mean

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It Won’t Take Time

At The Same Time

When Moses showed up to examine the rods that had been kept in the tabernacle of witness, he found that the rod of Aaron had budded, blossomed and yielded almonds. Ordinarily, it should take a

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You Shall Have More

In vs. 5 of our Scripture Reading, God had told Moses that any man’s rod which He chooses, shall blossom. All that God promised was a blossoming. Notice that when Moses went back to the

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No Impossibility

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how the rod of Aaron budded. That rod was not a freshly cut branch of a tree. It was a dry rod that would have lost all the moisture it

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From Word To Miracle

God ordered that the rods representing the tribes of Israel be brought to the tabernacle of the congregation. So Aaron’s rod and the rods of others were brought to the tabernacle. God had spoken a

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Divine Backing

In our Focal Scripture, God told the men of Israel to bring their rods according to the house of their fathers. So Aaron was not the only one who had a rod. Others had rods

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Face Your Assignment

There Is A Word

In Exodus 4 vs. 14, God had specifically selected Aaron to be Moses’ mouthpiece. Whatever God told Moses, it was Aaron’s responsibility to convey same to the people. Aaron had the job given to him

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Singled Out

In Numbers 16, God began dealing with the opposition against Moses and Aaron; but in Numbers 17, God singled out Aaron and decided to deal with the opposition against him. God specially opened a chapter

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It Shall Be Complete

In Numbers 16, an opposition arose from amongst the children of Israel, against Moses and Aaron. God caused the ground to open up and swallow some of the men who conspired against the duo of

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No Opposition

Prior to our Focal Scripture, there were many of the tribes of Israel who simply conspired against Moses and Aaron. Those men envied Moses and Aaron because the Lord made them His mouthpieces. They envied

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Loud Miracles

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus charged the people who witnessed the miracle of the deaf and dumb man not to broadcast the news; but the more He told them, the more they spread the news

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Hear Rightly

When Jesus intervened in the matter of the deaf and dumb man, his ears were first opened, and then his tongue was loosed. Jesus seemed to be more in a hurry to get the man

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Focus On God

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus looked up to heaven and screamed Ephphatha! There was a deaf and dumb man in front of Him; there was a challenge standing in His presence; but rather than pause

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Leave The Multitude

Before Jesus healed the deaf and dumb fellow that was brought to Him, He first took the man aside from the multitude. The proclamation of “Ephphatha” did not happen until Jesus took the deaf and

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Helpers Are Coming

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of a group of people who brought the deaf and dumb fellow to Jesus. Some people took responsibility for taking that deaf and dumb fellow into his ephphatha moment. The

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Speed Of The Spirit

The Speed Lane

In our Focal Scripture, following Jesus’ proclamation of Ephphatha, the ears of the deaf man were opened straightway. The word ‘straightway’ as used in that scripture conveys a sense of immediacy. So it was a

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You Have A Space

All Doors Are Open

When Jesus decreed “Ephphatha” to the person that was deaf and dumb, immediately, the ears were opened, and the tongue was loosed. That person had two major gates that were closed: the gates of hearing

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Ephphatha

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Jesus spoke to the deaf and dumb man, and decreed “Ephphatha”, meaning, be opened. That man had his speech and hearing impaired. The gates of his speech

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You Will See It

In our Focal Scripture, the shepherds returned from seeing Mary and her child, and they glorified and praised God for what they had heard and seen. The shepherds did not only hear from the Angel;

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Destiny Announcers

When the shepherds left the manger where they saw Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus, they went on to announce what they had just seen. They spread the news of Jesus’ birth abroad. They announced the

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Don’t Go Down

Multiplied Encounters

It is instructive to observe that initially, one Angel showed up among the shepherds that watched their flocks by night, and he announced the birth of Christ to them. As that Angel continued with his

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Stay Awake

When the miracle of Jesus’ birth took place, the Angel of the Lord came to shepherds who watched their flocks by night and announced the miracle. Heaven had something to show, and it was shown

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Be On Guard

The shepherds that were visited by the Angel of the Lord were keeping watch over their flocks by night. At a time when they could have chosen to be asleep, they chose to be awake

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Divinely Announced

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when the Angel of the Lord showed up among the shepherds that watched their flocks by night. A major miracle of Jesus’ birth had just taken place, and

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More Miracles

Our Focal Scripture introduces Jesus as Mary’s firstborn son. Being the first meant that after Jesus, Mary would later have more children. The birth of Jesus was a major miracle, and it was not going

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Align With Divinity

When Caesar issued a decree for a census, Joseph left Galilee and moved to Bethlehem of Judaea. The prophecy about Jesus’ birth, according to Micah 5 vs. 2, revealed that Jesus would be born in

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May 2020 Devotional