Daily Devotional


Destiny Tormentors

30th May 2019

Scripture Reading: Mark 5: 21-34


“And had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse,” (Mark 5: 26)

The woman with the issue of blood suffered many things in the hands of physicians, but things did not get better. People who were meant to help her added to her suffering; she went to people who should make her problem lighter, but what she got from them was suffering; she went to the right place for help, but what she got was more pain; she went to destiny helpers, but they turned around and became destiny tormentors.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: you will not meet destiny helpers and they will become mere tormentors. You will not meet people who should help you and they will fetch you more and more suffering; you will not meet people who should make you smile and they will turn around to make you cry; you will not meet people who should add value to you and they will end up reducing your value; you won’t be a victim of helpers.

Ordinarily, when a sick person meets a physician, the idea is to get help. So the woman with the issue of blood actually went to people who posed as helpers, she went to places where others had gone and possibly received help, but she got a strange package. Every plan of the enemy to give you strange packages out of good places, I decree, it will not stand; every plan of the enemy to send you pain from places that should be friendly, I decree, let there be a reversal.

You were not redeemed so that your destiny can be tormented at will; you were redeemed so that you can live above the torments of the enemy; you were redeemed to live, not by the power of man, but by the power of God; you were redeemed to stay victorious; you were redeemed to win and not be a victim. You were redeemed so that the power of God can be revealed and made manifest through you.

Embrace the victory that Jesus already paid for, and don’t accept to be any man’s victim; don’t accept to be the devil’s victim; don’t accept to be tormented.


I am not a victim; I can’t be tormented, in Jesus’ name!

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“Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.” (James 4: 7)

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