Daily Devotional

Walk In Authority - By Jerry Eze

A Divine Identity

25th May 2020

Scripture Reading: luke 8: 43-48

Focus

“And a woman having an issue of blood twelve years, which had spent all her living upon physicians, neither could be healed of any,” (Luke 8: 43)

The woman in our Focal Scripture had parents who would have given her a name, but in a matter of time, she suffered from the issue of blood, and people began to call her the woman with the issue of blood. Her challenge became her new identity; her challenge overtook and overshadowed her original identity; negativity persisted in her life until it overshadowed her true identity.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: every negativity that wants to overshadow your identity, I command it to expire now. Every negative situation that wants to become your new description, I command it to end now; every challenge that wants to mock your original identity, I command it to end now; every satanic arrow that has arisen to strike you and make you look like what happened to you, I reverse it now.

That woman may have had a great identity prior to her problem; she could have been a wealthy woman; she could have been a woman of power and influence; she could have been a truly great woman; but negativity showed up, and whatever positive image she once had paled into oblivion. Every power of hell that has come to force your positives into oblivion, I command it to expire now. No power of darkness shall steal your shining.

Whatsoever be the positive image that God has given you which the enemy stole from you, today, I decree restoration. I decree that your true identity shall arise from the ashes of whatever negativity you faced in the past; I decree that your divine identity shall shine forth above the darkness and challenges that may have surrounded you; I decree that your identity in Christ will supersede whatever negativity the enemy hurled at you.

Your identity is divine; your image is of Christ; no satanic situation shall steal your divine identity.

Declaration

No negativity will swallow my divine identity, in Jesus’ name!

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Memory Verse

“But now thus saith the LORD that created thee, O Jacob, and he that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine.” (Isaiah 43: 1)

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