Daily Devotional


You Will Celebrate

17th September 2019

Scripture Reading: John 6: 1-12


“And the passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh.” (John 6: 4)

The miracle of feeding the multitude happened when the feast of Passover was near. The word Passover speaks of victory over an obstacle; it also speaks of a transition from one level to another. That Passover that was near was one that was to come with a feast. Put differently, it was a transition that was to come with feasting; it was a next level that was to come with celebration. It was progress that would be celebrated.

Friend, let me announce the word of the Lord to you: may God give you a passing over that will require celebration; may God give you a massive victory that will require a celebration; may God give you miracles that will require men to come and feast with you; may God give you results that will be so resounding that you will have no option but to call for a feast in your abode; may your next level come with a mega celebration.

Get set: that next level is coming with a celebration. Your breakthroughs are coming with a celebration; your new results are coming with a celebration; your life may have been quiet for a while, but the noise of joy is about to break out; Joyful Sounds are about to locate you because there will be miracles everywhere; even if you do not want to celebrate, reasons for celebration will simply surround you.

Passover was a feast enacted in Old Testament times when God caused the Angel of Death to pass over the houses of His people. So Passover in Israel was a celebration for a miracle that happened in a past generation. What God did was so big that even those who didn’t see it heard about it and celebrated it. Get set: what God is about to do will be so big that even generations unborn will join to celebrate it.

Your season to celebrate and be celebrated is here. Get set for a next level that will call for celebration; get set for miracles that will provoke celebrations.


My next level shall come with celebration, in Jesus’ name!

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“All thy works shall praise thee, O LORD; and thy saints shall bless thee.” (Psalm 145: 10)

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