Daily Devotional


Be A Carrier

12th September 2021

Scripture Reading: Psalm 92: 1-12


“The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon.” (Psalm 92: 12)

The cedar tree is known to have several uses. One of such uses is in canoe making.  So the cedar wood serves in the manufacturing of boats. Boats have capacity to carry people from one place to another. It serves the purpose of transiting people from where they are to where they need to be. It helps people to make movements and make progress. So impliedly, the cedar wood helps to ferry people around.

Friend, hear God’s proclamation to you: you will grow like a cedar in Lebanon, and you will carry people to their destinations. You will be the boat that people will board and make progress. You will be the tool that God will use to help people around you to make progress. You will be God’s messenger to inspire advancement in the lives of people. As you meet people who are stranded in destiny, you will carry them into their destinies.

You may have been carried by others in the past, but going forward, you will be the one to carry people into their next level. Other people may have carried you financially in time past, but you are becoming the carrier whose finances will overflow. You may have depended on other people’s prayers to sail through in the past, but this is that season when your prayer life will grow to carry others. God is counting on you to be the one who will carry your city and your nation in prayers.

You will carry your place of work into a new level; you will carry your family, business, career, ministry, etc. into a new level. God is counting on you to be the one whose examples will carry others into righteous living. You will move from being the one who is carried to becoming the one that will carry others. You may have been a liability in the past, but you are becoming an asset.

Get set to carry other people into greatness; get set to be a carrier.


I will carry others into their destiny, in Jesus’ name!

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Memory Verse

“Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.” (2 Corinthians 1: 4)

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