“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” – II Corinthians 5:7 (NKJV)

Welcome to the 21st weekly devotional recap of the year. This week, we learnt how to anchor our faith in the word of God. 

Monday’s devotional reminded us of the potency of God’s word and the need for us to put our absolute trust in what God says (Isaiah 55:11). We keep our faith in God’s word alive through consistent fellowship with Him (Isaiah 40:31, Romans 10:17) and by pasting God’s word around us, in places where we constantly see it and remind ourselves of it (Habakkuk 2:2-3).

On Tuesday, we learnt that when we are overwhelmed with earthly affairs. We feel far from God, we must put God’s word above our feelings, walking by faith and not by sight (II Corinthians 5:7). If you ever feel far from God, you should stir up in prayer, confess the word of God boldly and let your feelings catch up.

We learnt on Wednesday that we must preserve our souls from the enemy’s scheme (Mark 8:36). We know that our souls are valuable because the devil is interested in them. 

Remember how he offered to give the Kingdoms of this world to Jesus if He would bow down and worship him (Matthew 4:8)? Well, he is still making offers today, seeking people’s souls in exchange for money, fame, pleasure, etc. This is why we must guard our hearts. We also know our souls are valuable because Jesus paid a heavy price to save us. We must therefore present our bodies to Him as living sacrifices (Romans 12:1).

On Thursday, we were instructed to speak God’s Word with boldness even in the face of unfavourable circumstances, calling the things that are not as though they were (Romans 4:18). When God created the world, He called things out of nothing. As believers, we can speak as God did. Call things into existence in your life– health in place of sickness, direction instead of confusion, and provision out of famine.

We learnt on Friday to give thanks as we wait for the fulfilment of God’s word to us (Philippians 4:6). We must wait from a place of rest, knowing that God is able and willing to give us all that we ask according to His will (Luke 11:11-13). Therefore, make Thanksgiving your lifestyle. Despite the circumstances, give thanks! (I Thessalonians 5:18).

Dear friends, believe the word of God, avow it, guard your heart with the word and give thanks always!

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