WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL RECAP

‘‘All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.’’ 2 Timothy 3:16-17 NIV

Welcome to the 20th week of our Devotional Recap. This week, we were reminded on how to have a good year and consistently live in the miraculous. We also learnt how God uses simple people for powerful things, and the importance of following the right example. Then, we rounded the week off with understanding how God leads through the word.

On Monday, we kicked off the week by learning that having a good year is beyond wishful thinking and sheer excitement, it entails taking actions in executing all God has said about you. So, you must put in the work with diligence to see what God has said come to pass (James 1:22). Remember, a thousand prophetic words with no action equals zero results.

On Tuesday, we learned that God can use the seemingly weak things to make the extraordinary (1 Corinthians 1:27). As believers, living in the miraculous is a norm because we have sufficiency in God. Regardless of the size of vision received from God, we are not perturbed or anxious, for the zeal of God is able to perform it. Therefore, we expect the miraculous.

Wednesday’s study is a reminder that God uses simple people to show His exceedingly great power. He demonstrated His power through Jesus (Luke 2:7, Matthew 13:54-57). He was the supposed son of a carpenter yet the fate of human salvation from sin laid on His shoulders. This power is at work in you. You might not meet up with the worldly standard of success but if you have Jesus, you have more than enough.

We reminded ourselves on Thursday that following the right example helps us to walk in line with God’s instruction for our lives. When we see someone doing what we were born to do, it should ignite and stir up a new hunger to do the same. Peter in Matthew 14:25-29 saw Jesus walk on water, he had the burning desire to do the same thing, and he did walk on water. This opens our heart to receive God’s training. What we have is enough, so we should walk in the knowledge of who we are.

We wrapped up the week with Friday’s study on how God’s primary instrument of guidance is His word. The word is inspired by God and is useful for correction, and training (2 Timothy 3:16-17). It is important for direction and leading. We believe in the finality of the word of God, give it the honor that it deserves, study it and it lights up our path.

Like our anchor scripture says, the word of God guides, directs and equips us unto good works. It is crucial that we see the word as a light that guides us in our everyday life. When you are receptive and yielded to God’s will as you study the word, God plants zeal, inclinations, and leadings in your heart. He leads you.

Bible Reading Plan:
Mark 14:43-52, Galatians 2, Psalms 111, 2 Samuel 11-12

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