Daily Devotional


No Stagnation

6th November 2021

Scripture Reading: Acts 3: 1-11


“And a certain man lame from his mother's womb was carried, whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple;” (Acts 3: 2)

The man whose condition is mentioned in our Focal Scripture was described as being lame from his mother’s womb. He had become a man, yet he could not walk. It may not have been a problem if a child could not walk, but it became a problem for a man, an adult, to be unable to walk. That man was growing but not moving. At a time when he should move by himself, he was carried. He was stagnated in a level he ought to have passed.

Friend, every plan of the enemy to keep you in levels you ought to have passed, I command it to end now. You are breaking out of every confinement. You are breaking out of the old. You are breaking into the new. You are breaking forth on all sides; you are breaking through the barriers that were set up to hinder you. You are breaking out of every limitation that the enemy kept on your way. You are breaking free from old levels.

Hear me as I hear the Lord: you will not occupy positions you have outgrown. You will not be less than your destiny mandate. You will not be confined to levels that belong to your yesterday. You will not be left behind as others grow and increase. You will not be locked up and stagnated as others are advancing. You will not be counted amongst men who are growing but not moving. Your growth will not mock you.

Whatever is missing in your life, and whatever is the deficit between your growth and reality, let the hand of the Lord make it available to you. Whatever the enemy stole from your years, I decree restoration with compensation. Whatever be the grounds you have lost as the years went by, I decree restoration with compensation. By the word of the Lord, you are moving from the slow lane to the fast lane. No more stagnation.

You will not wear the cloak of levels you ought to have passed. You will not live in your yesterday.


The power of stagnation is broken; I will not remain in levels I have outgrown, in Jesus’ name!

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“The LORD our God spake unto us in Horeb, saying, Ye have dwelt long enough in this mount:” (Deuteronomy 1: 6)

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