Daily Devotional

Greater Results

In our Focal Scripture, Samuel took a vial of oil, and poured upon the head of Saul and anointed him as king of Israel. A vial of oil, in bible times, was such that the

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You Have A Space

You Are The Answer

In 1 Samuel 8, the children of Israel demanded that God should raise them a king. The children of Israel prayed that God should give them a king, so they could be as other nations.

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Divine Judgement

In our Focal Scripture, the son of the prophet announced to Jehu God’s reason for selecting him as king. God told Jehu to strike the house of Ahab, to avenge the blood of prophets and

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Divinely Validated

When the son of the prophet that came to anoint Jehu arrived, he found Jehu sitting with the rest of the captains. Jehu was not the only captain in the army of Israel. He was

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Carried Into Royalty

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha commanded the son of the prophet to make Jehu arise. The next thing that Elisha instructed the son of the prophet to do was to carry Jehu into the inner

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New Heights

Elisha commanded one of the sons of the prophets to take a box of oil and proceed on a journey to Ramothgilead. The word Ramothgilead means ‘heights of Gilead’. So the assignment of that son

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From Battle To Kingship

At the moment when Elisha sent one of the sons of the prophets to go and anoint Jehu, there was a battle between Israel and some invaders. It was not by coincidence that Jehu was

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Oil Of Distinction

The son of the prophet that was mandated by Elisha to go and anoint Jehu was commanded to go with a box of oil. That trainee prophet was ordinarily not qualified for the assignment of

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Oil For The Process

When Elisha summoned one of the sons of the prophet, he commanded him to take a box of oil to Ramothgilead for the purpose of anointing Jehu. That son of the prophet was ordinarily not

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Fight Your Battles

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha told one of the sons of the prophets to gird up his loins in preparation for a journey to Ramothgilead. In bible times, among other things, swords were tied to

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Tuck It In

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha told one of the sons of the prophets to gird up his loins in readiness for a journey to Ramothgilead. Girding up one’s loins meant to tuck in one’s flowing

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Don’t Go Down

Divine Speed

Elisha told the son of the prophets in our Focal Scripture to gird up his loins. In bible times, when a person was told to gird up his loins, it meant to tuck in one’s

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Stay Under Tutelage

The name of the person whom Elisha selected to go and anoint Jehu, was not mentioned. All that was said about him was that he was one of the sons of the prophets. He was

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Lifted By The Word

The person selected by Elisha to go and anoint Jehu was one of the sons of the prophets. He was a prophet in training. He was under tutelage in order to operate in the prophetic

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Not By Protocols

It is instructive to observe that in bible times, kings were usually anointed by major prophets. It was not an assignment for sons of the prophets (prophets in training). It was an assignment for prophets

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You Have A Space

It Shall Come To Pass

In 1 Kings 19 vs. 16, God had instructed Elijah to anoint Jehu as King of Israel. A word was spoken for the enthronement of Jehu as King, but Elijah did not fulfill that assignment

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Sudden Enthronement

In our Focal Scripture, when Elisha invited one of the sons of the prophets who would eventually go to anoint Jehu, Jehu was completely unaware of what was coming to him. He didn’t pray to

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Be More

One remarkable fact about Elisha is that at the time when Elijah would be taken back to heaven by chariots of fire, he demanded for a double portion of the spirit (and power) that was

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Walk In Authority - By Jerry Eze

Walk In Power

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how Elisha called one of the sons of the prophets and sent him with a box of oil to Ramothgilead. Elisha was that prophet of God who took over the

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No Stagnation

Our Focal Scripture reveals that after Bartimaeus received his sight, he followed Jesus in the way. This was the same Bartimaeus who simply sat and begged. He had been in the place of stagnation, but

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You Have A Space

Divine Evidence

As we close the matter of the healing of Blind Bartimaeus, one thing is noteworthy: after Jesus healed Bartimaeus, He ordered Bartimaeus to move on, but rather, Bartimaeus followed Jesus in the way. The sight

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Don’t Walk Away

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus told Bartimaeus “Go thy way”. Literally, as Jesus declared healing to Bartimaeus, He asked Bartimaeus to move on. Notice that as he received his sight, Bartimaeus did not go in

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No Delays

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus proclaimed the restoration of sight to blind Bartimaeus, and immediately, without any delays, Bartimaeus received his sight. Without any delays, the expectations of Bartimaeus became his reality. Without any delays,

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Know Your Expectations

Before Bartimaeus received his healing, Jesus first asked him what he wanted. Jesus took on Bartimaeus on the matter of expectation. Bartimaeus did not need to ask Jesus for money; he knew exactly what he

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Discard The Old

When Bartimaeus was called to go and meet Jesus, he first took away his garment. Bartimaeus had become a beggar whilst living as a blind fellow; and in bible times, people wore garments to reflect

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Haters Turned Helpers

When Jesus commanded that blind Bartimaeus be called to where He was, the men who were around Jesus turned to Bartimaeus and passed the good news of Jesus’ call. These were the same men who

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You Have A Space

Divinely Commanded

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus commanded that Blind Bartimaeus be called to where He was. Jesus issued a command that Bartimaeus may have access to Him. Jesus gave a command to enable Bartimaeus come closer

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Negative Voices

As Bartimaeus cried out to Jesus, there were many who charged him that he should old his peace. There were voices that didn’t want Bartimaeus to cry out and receive a solution. There were voices

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Mercy Speaks

In our Focal Scripture, blind Bartimaeus cried out to Jesus for mercy. He was in a place called blindness; he needed to go to a better place called sight; and he cried out to Jesus

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Place A Demand

In our Focal Scripture, Bartimaeus cried out to Jesus to have mercy on him. He was blind, and he cried out to the One who could turn his condition around. In Luke 4 vs. 18,

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May 2020 Devotional