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“Then the word of the Lord came unto Jeremiah saying, Behold I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me?” Jeremiah 32:26-27 (KJV)

God is the God of all flesh. When He says all flesh; He means all flesh; including birds, chickens, goats, and lions. All flesh includes presidents, prime ministers, governors and ambassadors. Whatever is flesh, the Lord is God over all of them. It means He can speak to presidents on your behalf and force them to do what He wants because the bible says the heart of a king is in His hands. He can direct it to wherever as long as it is flesh. Glory to God!

He is the Lord God of all flesh and there is nothing too hard for Him to do. That is why He can prepare a table before you in the presence of your enemies and tell them to watch you; and you can never be destroyed.

Beloved why will God know that there is an enemy before you and still prepares a table? It is because He is the God of all flesh. They will be watching you because their assignment is to wash the plates. The number of years you have been in captivity or in a situation does not intimidate God. Nothing is too hard for Him. He will bring you out.

In 1 Kings chapter 17, the scripture records that there was famine in the land and God said to Elijah I want you to go to the brook.  I have commanded a raven to feed you with bread and flesh. Raven eats flesh but the God of all flesh spoke to the raven saying I know you eat flesh but don’t touch this one because it is specially made for Elijah. That raven was under commandment to take the bread and flesh to Elijah and it obeyed. Though a ravenous bird yet it did not eat the flesh in the midst famine. What a mighty God we serve!

Further Reading: 1 Kings 17:1-6

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Jeremiah 24-26; Evening- Titus 2

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