Daily Devotional

Uncoverable Miracles

When the woman with the issue of blood touched the hem of Jesus’ garment, her issue of blood ceased immediately. Jesus perceived that virtue had left Him, and He began asking about who touched Him.

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Speedy Results

The woman with the issue of blood touched the hem of Jesus’ garment, and immediately, her issue of blood came to an end. She touched the hem of Jesus’ garment, and her trouble disappeared immediately.

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Touch The Right Place

At a time when the multitude kept following Jesus, pushing and touching Him in the process, the woman with the issue of blood showed up and touched the hem of Jesus’ garment, and was made

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Touch The Word

The woman with the issue of blood came behind Jesus and touched the hem of His garment. In Numbers 15 vs. 38-39, God commanded the children of Israel to put fringes (hem) in their garments,

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Magnified Results

The woman with the issue of blood came to Jesus and touched the hem of His garment. Immediately, her issue of blood disappeared. People around her may have seen her touch Jesus, but in the

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Tied To Jesus

When the woman with the issue of blood showed up amidst the multitude that followed Jesus, she simply touched the hem of His garment and received her healing. The word ‘touched’ as used in that

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Be Intentional

One good move that the woman with the issue of blood made was that she touched Jesus with a reason. She didn’t belong in the same group as the multitude that merely pushed as others

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You Can’t Be Stopped

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when the woman with the issue of blood touched the hem of Jesus’ garment. In bible times, anyone who touched or was touched by a person with the

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No Deception

The woman with the issue of blood came in contact with physicians. She met the right people considering the fact that she had a health challenge; but she spent all she had on them, and

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Wasted Efforts

The woman with the issue of blood spent all her resources on physicians. These physicians would have posed as people who could be of help to her situation, but all they did was to take

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No Negativity

The woman with the issue of blood spent all she had on her issue of blood. She had something before her issue of blood began; she had resources before her issue of blood began. In

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You’re Not Ordinary

The woman with the issue of blood suffered her condition for twelve years. For twelve years, blood continued to drip from her body; for twelve years, she kept losing blood; for twelve years, a vital

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Walk In Authority - By Jerry Eze

A Divine Identity

The woman in our Focal Scripture had parents who would have given her a name, but in a matter of time, she suffered from the issue of blood, and people began to call her the

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Continuous Negativity

Our Focal Scripture introduces the woman having an issue of blood. Luke, being a doctor, used the word ‘having’ to describe the condition of that woman. The word ‘having’ is in present continuous tense. So

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It’s A Beginning

Our Focal Scripture puts Jesus’ miracle at that marriage feast in proper perspective; it was called the beginning of miracles. It was the first in the long list of miracles that would eventually come through

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Status Is Changing

In our Focal Scripture, the ruler of the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee queried the bridegroom about why he chose to keep the best wine till men were drunk with the old. The first

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Latter Is Better

When the ruler of the feast drank the new wine that Jesus made, he summoned the bridegroom and began querying why the best wine did not come first before the worse wine. Impliedly, the ruler

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Be A Servant

When the ruler of the feast in Cana of Galilee tasted the water that was made wine, he didn’t know where it came from, but the servants who drew the water knew. That ruler of

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Fill Your Waterpots

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus ordered the servants at the marriage feast to fill the waterpots with water; He specifically ordered them to fill the waterpots to the brim. The waterpots were not going to

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Positioned For Relevance

At the venue of the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee, six waterpots of stone were set (positioned), in line with the manner of purifying of the Jews. The Jews were known for hand washing

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Different Results

When Jesus got set to intervene in the matter of the finished wine in the wedding in Cana of Galilee, He used the six waterpots in the wedding venue as a tool for the miracle.

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Perfected By The Word

Our Focal Scripture makes mention of the six waterpots, which were later filled with water that became wine. The number six, represents labour in Jewish numerology. Seven, is the number of perfection. So, what was

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Change Divine Timing

Prior to our Focal Scripture, Jesus had told Mary that His hour (of manifestation) had not yet come. There was a challenge in the wedding in Cana of Galilee; the couple ran out of wine;

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Divine Timing

When Mary brought Jesus that He may intervene in the matter of the couple in Cana of Galilee, Jesus reminded her that His hour had not yet come. Mary knew that Jesus had the capacity

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From Insight To Results

In the wedding in Cana of Galilee, Mary discovered that the couple had run out of wine; she told Jesus, and Jesus eventually caused water to become wine. Mary got the information about the challenge,

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Helpers Of Purpose

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Mary told Jesus that the couple whose marriage feast they were attending had no more wine to give to the guests. Mary co-opted Jesus into the personal

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Divinely Increased

It is instructive to observe that Jesus and His mother did not come to the wedding in Cana in order to perform a miracle. They came as guests; they came to eat and drink like

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No Embarrassment

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when wine finished in the wedding in Cana of Galilee. In the Jewish culture during the bible times, marriage ceremonies were celebrated for seven days; and if for

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Resounding Celebrations

In Bible times, weddings in Israel were celebrated for seven days. Marriage feasts were celebrated again and again. Once a couple got married, it was celebration galore. Family and friends feasted again and again in

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Light Amidst Darkness

The secret of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream was revealed to Daniel in a night vision. Night time is synonymous with darkness; vision is synonymous with light. So at a time when there should be darkness, Daniel saw

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May 2020 Devotional

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