Daily Devotional


Consistent Celebrations

25th September 2020

Scripture Reading: John 5: 1-11


“After this there was a feast of the Jews; and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.” (John 5: 1)

The healing of the impotent man at the pool of Bethesda happened at a time of a feast of the Jews. The Jews had a thing for celebration. They had several feasts. They were people of God, and their lives were characterized by celebrations. They were a people covenanted to God, and the result was that they always had one thing or another to celebrate. Celebration became their way of life. Celebration was in their DNA.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: every encounter you have with God will end in a celebration. It shall be said that celebration is in your DNA. God will cause you to have countless reasons to celebrate and be congratulated. God will cause the gates of your life to be open to celebrations and congratulations. God will cause your life to be littered with several landmarks of celebration. God will cause you to have reasons to feast.

Hear me as I hear the Lord: every word that God has spoken to you will cause a celebration to erupt in your life. Every promise of God on your life will end in a celebration. Every expectation you have from God will end in a celebration. Every pain you have had to endure in time past will give birth to miracles and testimonies that will provoke celebration. Every facet of your life will bring forth reasons again and again for celebration.

It will not be said that your last celebration is the last you will ever have. As you close the chapter of one celebration, another chapter of celebration will be opened to you. As you try to plan one celebration, more reasons to celebrate will erupt all around you. As you celebrate, those around you will also have reasons to celebrate. As you celebrate, God will give your family members reasons to celebrate.

Get set: your celebrations have just begun. The call for your celebration has been made in the realm of the Spirit. Your celebration starts now.


I will have reasons to celebrate again and again, in Jesus’ name!

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“Praise him with the timbrel and dance: praise him with stringed instruments and organs.” (Psalm 150: 4)

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