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Divinely Fulfilled

In our Focal Scripture, in order for the scriptures to be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I thirst”. That matter of thirst may have been essentially insignificant, it was one word that didn’t need to be fulfilled;

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PASS A DECREE

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus knew that all things which God wanted Him to accomplish had been accomplished. He knew that there had been a manifestation of whatever needed to be manifested. He knew the

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Divine Calendar

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment before the death of Jesus when He knew that all things had been accomplished. Jesus was aware of the divine calendar for His life; He knew when to

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No Familiarity

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Jesus questioned the absence of the nine lepers who didn’t return to give Him thanks. The one who returned was a Samaritan; so the rest who didn’t

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Be Grateful

When one of the ten lepers saw that he had been healed, he turned back, and glorified God with a loud voice. He had just become a recipient of the mighty works of God, and

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Broken Protocols

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus told the ten lepers to go and show themselves to the priest. In Bible times, meeting the priest was the final stage of being declared free of leprosy. The ten

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Mercy Speaks

When the ten lepers saw Jesus, they lifted up their voices and asked Him to have mercy on them. Those lepers were faced with a situation that they could not change, and all they could

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No Reduction

According to our Focal Scripture, the ten lepers that met Jesus were all men. They were not boys; they were men. The word ‘men’ as used in that scripture comes from the Greek word ‘aner’;

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It’s Not Over Yet

In bible times, lepers were kept in the outskirts of cities. So the ten lepers were in the outskirts of the city. They were in a place where the city ended. There were in a

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Divine Order

Our Focal Scripture introduces the ten men that were lepers. The number ten represents divine order in biblical numerology. Notice that in the midst of what should have been divine order for these men, they

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No Negative Cycles

Apart from passing through Samaria, Jesus also passed through Galilee on His way to Jerusalem. One of the meanings of Galilee is ‘a cycle’. So for Jesus to arrive at Jerusalem, He needed to pass

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Divinely Watched

On Jesus’ pathway to Jerusalem, He passed through Samaria and Galilee. Samaria means ‘watchtower’. In bible times, there were watchtowers at the gate of cities. The idea behind watchtowers was to detect enemy invasion early

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Helpers, Arise

The ten lepers that met Jesus did not receive their healing until Jesus began His journey to Jerusalem. These lepers may not have had any hope of healing, but for the fact that Jesus showed

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The New Jerusalem

In our Focal Scripture, Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. Like we earlier observed, John saw a revelation of a New Jerusalem in his vision as recorded in Revelations 21. John’s revelation was referring

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No Sorrow

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. In Revelations 21, Apostle John speaks of how the earthly Jerusalem was destroyed and a New Jerusalem emerged from heaven.

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A New Jerusalem

In John’s narrative, after the earthly Jerusalem was destroyed, a New Jerusalem emerged from heaven (see Revelations 21). The first Jerusalem was reduced to rubbles, but a second one emerged which was not built by

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Eternally Relevant

According to our Focal Scripture, Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. One important issue to note about Jerusalem is that it was mentioned in the Revelations of John. Revelations 21 speaks of the New

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Battle For Establishment

Our Focal Scripture tells the tale of how Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem. Jerusalem did not originally belong to Israel; it was a land they gained after they fought a battle with Adonizedek

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Save Your Nation

As we draw the curtain on the matter of the siege on Israel, one thing is noteworthy: the four lepers got information that not only helped them but helped the entire nation out of lack

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Good News

Our Focal Scripture speaks of that moment when the news of the lepers’ discovery got to the king’s house. The four lepers at the gate of Samaria were ordinarily barred from the city; they lost

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Enlarged Steps

When the four lepers at the gate of Samaria moved towards the camp of the Syrians, God caused the Syrians to hear the noise of chariots, of horses, and of a great host. What the

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Keep Moving

Our Focal Scripture reveals that the four lepers at the gate of Samaria arose in the twilight to go to the camp of the Syrians. Twilight is that time of the day when the sun

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Make A Move

The lepers in our Focal Scripture were initially at the gate of Samaria, but following Elisha’s prophecy, they moved into the camp of the Syrian army. They could have remained at the gate which was

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Agents Of Fulfillment

When Elisha proclaimed the word of the Lord concerning the abundance that was to replace the famine in Israel, he decreed that it would happen at the gate of the city of Samaria. There were

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They Will See It

Our Focal Scripture captures the moment when Elisha had just proclaimed the word of the Lord, and the lord on whose hand the king leaned questioned God’s ability to fulfill His word. That lord heard

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No Opposition

When Elisha prophesied about the abundance that was soon to be experienced in Israel, a lord on whose hand the king leaned queried the possibility. The lord heard God’s plan for His people, and he

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Favour At The Gates

In our Focal Scripture, Elisha prophesied that a measure of fine flour shall be sold for a shekel; while two measures of barley would also go for a shekel, all at the gate of Samaria.

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Useful Enemies

When Elisha prophesied about the abundance that was to return to Israel, the Syrians were put to flight and they abandoned everything they had in their camp. The Syrians originally came to fight against the

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Another Man’s Labour

Our Focal Scripture tells the tale of the prophecy that was to transit Samaria from the place of lack to the place of abundance. That abundance was not going to be a result of hardwork

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From Little To Many

When God turned the story of the people of Samaria, a measure of fine flour was sold for a shekel; two measures of barley were also sold for a shekel. These same people in Samaria

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May 2020 Devotional

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