Daily Devotional


Divine Evidence

2nd July 2019

Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 37: 1-10


“The hand of the LORD was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of the LORD, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones,” (Ezekiel 37: 1)

Ezekiel speaks of the hand of the Lord was upon him and carried him in the Spirit of the Lord. The hand of the Lord upon Ezekiel was not a mere decoration; it did something physical in his life; the hand of the Lord was on Ezekiel and it transported him; the hand of the Lord was upon Ezekiel and it did not just pay lip service, it came with evidence. The hand of the Lord was on Ezekiel and he was no longer where he used to be.

In the Jewish culture, when a father wanted to bless his children, he laid his hands on his children. So when the hand of the Lord came upon Ezekiel, it came with a blessing. That blessing did not begin and end with mere words; it came with a movement, and evidence in the life of Ezekiel. So Ezekiel was blessed, and the blessing proclaimed on his life produced evidence.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: the blessings of the Lord upon you shall come with evidence. You shall receive divine evidence that will shock everyone around you; God will cause you to move as He moved Ezekiel; God will cause you to be transported divinely as He divinely transported Ezekiel; God will cause your levels to change in a matter of time; God will cause your greatness to blossom beyond your imaginations.

If there be any power of hell stopping you from receiving your evidence, I command the fire of God to descend upon them. No agent of darkness will hijack or divert your evidence; no messenger from the pit of hell will hinder your evidence from coming to you; no act of wickedness will stop the physical manifestations of the blessings of God upon your life. Your divine evidence will not be given to another; your evidence won’t be lost.

For every blessing that has been proclaimed over your life, expect your divine evidence.


I receive my divine evidence, in Jesus’ name!

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“By terrible things in righteousness wilt thou answer us, O God of our salvation; who art the confidence of all the ends of the earth, and of them that are afar off upon the sea:” (Psalm 65: 5)

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