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“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1

Irrespective of the circumstances you are in, you must always recognize the fact that we have a helper in God, so don’t ever settle for less. Most times because of the overwhelming challenges many of us surrender to these circumstances. Child of God, who told you that your life will end like this in a defeated state? Who told you that you will die without having a house? Who told you that your dreams will not come to pass? I know you may not have someone to help you but there is the HELPER. I declare that your business is coming alive. Your position is being restored in the name of Jesus.

Paul said “He is our righteousness; He is our sanctifier and the breasted one.” He is our way maker and He is our bridge over troubled waters. The name of the Lord is a strong tower and the righteous runneth into it and they are safe.

Beloved, do you know one of the names of the Lord is Yeshua, which means Saviour? Salvation does not just mean saving you from sin. The moment you are saved, it comes with every other benefit. It’s just that we limit it to just being saved. But security is there, protection, success and excellence are all part of it. Everything that is good is there in salvation.

Once you run into that Name you are saved from the issues of life. So, stop the fretting, irrespective of your circumstances or what the devil is doing. God is not in heaven scratching His head thinking about what to do to the devil. The devil is not an issue! All you need is to understand what has been provided for you. Understand that you cannot be called to glory and end in shame. No way! The rod of the wicked will not dwell on your lot. Affliction will not come a second time and you will never be stranded.

Further reading: Proverbs 18:10, Psalm 33:20
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Psalms 43-45; Evening- Acts 27:27-44

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