Daily Devotional

A Unique Place

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Jehu was sitting with his fellow captains in Israel’s army. These men were all ranked equally as captains; there was commonality amongst them. They may have had

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Not By Process

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha commanded the son of the prophets whom he sent to anoint Jehu to take his box of oil and pour same on the head of Jehu. Kings in bible times

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Press In

Elisha instructed the son of the prophets to go all the way to Ramoth Gilead and anoint Jehu. That son of the prophets was instructed to make Jehu arise from among his brethren. Jehu would

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Financially Ready

When it was time for Jehu to be anointed as king of Israel, Elisha commanded one of the sons of the prophets to gird up his loins. In the Oriental Culture, men often wore long

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Be Battle Ready

Our Focal Scripture reveals the moment when Elisha told one of the sons of the prophets to gird up his loins. In the Oriental Culture, men often wore long garments, and also wore a girdle

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Get Prepared

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha sent one of the sons of the prophets to go up to Ramoth Gilead where he would anoint Jehu as king of Israel. That son of the prophets was to

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Hasten Your Movement

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha told one of the sons of the prophets to gird up his loins and take a box of oil to Ramoth Gilead, to anoint Jehu. In Bible times, to gird

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Pile Of Testimonies

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha called upon one of the sons of the prophets and commanded him to take a box of oil and go to Ramoth Gilead. The word ‘Gilead’, among other things, means

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High Places

Elisha called on one of the sons of the prophets, and instructed him to take a box of oil and move to Ramoth Gilead. The word ‘Ramoth’ means height or mountain; so that son of

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Face Your Assignment

It is instructive to note that when it was time for heaven to distinguish one of the sons of the prophets, he was sent with a box of oil to go and anoint Jehu as

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Ahead Of The Crowd

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Elisha called one of the sons of the prophets and ordered him to take a box of oil and go to Ramoth Gilead to anoint Jehu as

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Called Into Relevance

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha called one of the sons of the prophets to go up to Ramoth Gilead and anoint Jehu as king. The word ‘called’ as used in that scripture comes from the

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It Shall Come To Pass

In 1 Kings 19 vs. 16, God had commanded Elijah to anoint Jehu as king of Israel, as well as to anoint Elisha to be a prophet in his (Elijah’s) room. Elijah only anointed Elisha

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Conversations For Lifting

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha sent one of the sons of the Prophets to take a box of oil and go up to Ramoth Gilead, for the purpose of anointing Jehu as king. That son

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It Won’t Take Time

At The Same Time

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus told the paralytic man to rise, take up his bed and walk. One would have expected that the man would at least be healed, then rise gradually, and eventually relearn

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Speak The Future

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus told the impotent man at the pool of Bethesda to rise, take up his bed and walk. Jesus did not command the man to be healed; He commanded the man

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Divine Speed

In our Focal Scripture, the man at the pool of Bethesda gave Jesus one of the reasons why he remained at the pool. He told Jesus how he had tried to get into the pool

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In The Same Place

Mercy Prevails

When Jesus asked the man at the pool of Bethesda if he wished to be healed, the man began a needless speech about how he had no man to take him into the pool each

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Men On Assignment

In our Focal Scripture, the impotent man at the pool of Bethesda told Jesus that he had no man to put him into the pool. That man saw when the waters were stirred, but he

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Broken Protocols

The norm at the pool of Bethesda was that an Angel needed to show up and stir the waters, and whomsoever was the first to step in was healed. Healing had a process at the

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You Have Been Remembered

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus arrived at the pool of Bethesda and there He met a man who had been there and had an infirmity that had lasted for thirty eight years. Jesus showed up,

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Prolonged Negativity

The man that was mentioned in our Focal Scripture had been in the pool of Bethesda for thirty eight years. For thirty eight years, that man struggled to move away from the same challenge; for

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Don’t Give Up

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of the multitude of impotent folk, blind, withered, etc people who were at the pool of Bethesda, waiting for the day an angel would stir the waters. These men had

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Early Miracles

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that season when an Angel came and stirred the waters, and anyone who was first to step into the pool was healed. There was a season when healing ought to

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Fruitful Turbulence

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that Angel that came to the pool of Bethesda at certain seasons to trouble the waters, and anyone who first went into the water was made whole. The Angel caused

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You Have A Space

Grace

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of a pool that was called Bethesda, having five porches. The number five is symbolic of grace. So at the pool of Bethesda, there was a symbolism of grace. Within

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No Contention

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of the pool which was called Bethesda. It was at this pool that several sick and impotent folk lay, waiting for the time when an angel will stir the waters,

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Favoured For Rising

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how Jesus went up to Jerusalem at a time of the feast of the Jews. That movement to Jerusalem was an ‘up’ movement, and it eventually took Jesus to a

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A Peaceful Rising

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. The movement to Jerusalem was described as an ‘up’ movement. Jerusalem comes from the root word ‘shalom’ which means ‘peace’. So Jesus went up to the

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Processes Overturned

Our Focal Scripture speaks of the moment when Jesus went up to Jerusalem at the time when the Jews were feasting. Jesus went to Jerusalem to be part of the feast. He didn’t necessarily go

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May 2020 Devotional