Daily Devotional

It Will End In Praise

In our Focal Scripture, God told Zechariah that Zerubbabel will bring forth the headstone with shoutings of grace. A headstone was known as the uppermost stone in a building in Bible times; bringing forth the

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Resident Negativity

In our Focal Scripture, the angel that spoke to Zechariah addressed a mountain. In Zechariah 1 vs. 18-21, mention was made of the horns that came and scattered Judah and Jerusalem. These horns seemed like

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Another Man’s Burden

The vision that Zechariah saw was not for himself; it was for Zerubbabel. God placed a divine burden on Zechariah because of an assignment that another man needed to accomplish; God opened the eyes of

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Not By Strength

Our Focal Scripture speaks of the two olive trees that were positioned on the right side of the candlestick, and on the left side of the candlestick. The right side is often symbolic of strength

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Multiple Supplies

Zechariah saw a vision where two olive trees stood beside the golden candlestick. Those olive trees supplied olive oil into the candlestick that kept the light burning perpetually. It was not a case of one

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Not By Process

In addition to the golden candlesticks and the lamps that were thereon, Zechariah speaks of two olive trees on either side of the bowl upon the candlestick. The candlestick in the temple needed the priest

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Your Light Won’t Go Off

In our Focal Scripture, Zechariah speaks of the candlestick made of gold, with bowls upon it, and lamps thereon. This candlestick was meant to produce light that would never go off (see Exodus 25 and

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Unfamiliar Results

At a time when God wanted to reveal His will for the children of Israel, the Angel asked Zechariah, “What do you see”? Zechariah replied by saying that he saw a candlestick made of gold,

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A Better Offer

Zechariah had experienced divine encounters prior to our Focal Scripture, when the angel of the Lord came again and woke him up like a man that is awakened out of his sleep. The second coming

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Your Eyes Are Opened

Zechariah spoke in our Focal Scripture about how an angel of the Lord came and woke him like a man is wakened out of his sleep. Zechariah was awakened, and he saw a candlestick of

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New Levels

In our Focal Scripture, Zechariah speaks of how an angel of the Lord came again and “waked him” as a man is wakened out of his sleep. The word ‘waked’ as used in that scripture

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Divine Enforcement

Prior to our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah requested for letters to be sent to governors of regions, to facilitate his movement. He also sought a letter to Asaph, keeper of the king’s forest. He did not

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Put God First

While making a request to be given access to timber, Nehemiah outlined the purpose of the timber he wanted to receive through Asaph, keeper of the King’s forest. Nehemiah’s first priority was to get timber

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Another Man’s Labour

Nehemiah did not only request for a letter to be addressed to governors of various regions of Babylon. He also requested for a letter to be sent to Asaph, keeper of the King’s forest, so

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Followed By Provision

In our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah requested for yet another letter that would be addressed to Asaph, the keeper of the king’s forest, so that he may be given timber to go and do the work

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Divinely Preserved

Nehemiah requested from the king that he be given letters that would be addressed to governors of provinces, that they may convey him to Judah. Nehemiah didn’t want a journey that would stop on the

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Carried By Kings

Whilst requesting a letter to be written by the king to the governors of provinces, Nehemiah requested that the governors be mandated to convey him until he comes into Judah. Nehemiah did not just request

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Access To Kings

Nehemiah requested from the king that he be given letters that would be addressed to governors beyond the river, whose provinces he would pass through on his way to Judah. Those governors were rulers over

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Your Time Is Restored

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Nehemiah announced that he set a time for the king. The word ‘set’ as used in that scripture comes from the Hebrew word ‘nathan’. Another meaning of

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Your Time Is Healed

In our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah made mention of how he set a time for the king with regard to the rebuilding of Judah. The word ‘set’ as used in that scripture comes from the Hebrew

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Set The Time

In our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah set a time for the king within which he hoped to undertake the journey of rebuilding the city that was in ruins. Nehemiah appointed the time within which his project

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Divinely Repaired

In our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah requested from the king that he be allowed to go and build the city of Judah, which had been in ruins. The word ‘build’ as used in that scripture comes

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No Pretences

In the Babylonian empire, it was an error to serve a king whilst putting up a sad countenance; anyone who looked sad in the king’s presence faced the punishment of death. So servants found a

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Beat It Down

In our Focal Scripture, Nehemiah wore a sad countenance in the king’s presence. In the Babylonian empire, anyone who served in the king’s palace was expected to wear a smile, no matter how offended the

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Raised On Purpose

In our Focal Scripture, Ezekiel speaks of how he prophesied according to God’s instruction, and the entire dry bones in the valley came back to life as an exceeding great army. God did not raise

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A Rising Army

Our Focal Scripture captures that moment when Ezekiel prophesied to the dry bones whose flesh had just been restored, and when they arose, they were an exceeding great army. It was not a case of

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Grow Your Strength

Our Focal Scripture describes the dry bones as people who were slain. In Bible times, battles took place when two opposing armies standing on two different mountains descended into the valley to fight. So these

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No Defeat

Our Focal Scripture gives an insight into the status of the men that eventually became dry bones. Those men were said to be slain. They probably went into a battle with people who were stronger

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Call It Forth

In our Focal Scripture, God told Ezekiel to prophesy to the wind, and command that the four winds may come and breathe upon the slain that they may live. The four winds were not in

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Ignore The Noise

Prior to our Focal Scripture, God had told Ezekiel to prophesy to the dry bones, after which He (God) would cause sinews, flesh, skin and breath to come upon and into the dry bones. God

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May 2020 Devotional

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