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TODAY’S MEDITATION – God’s plans for you have not changed (Philippians 1:6)

We have all seen or heard about people who decided to go on a journey but became sick, so they changed their plans. Other people started building a house. But before it was finished they ran out of money, so they changed their plans. My brother, my sister, how many plans have you made or …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Beware! The real threat is never too far from us (Psalm 55:9-11)

Oftentimes, we know the real source of our troubles (lying, cheating, violence, fornication, dirty character, jealousy, idolatry, etc…), but ignore it to focus on external reasons… Today’s passage says: “Lord, confuse the wicked, confound their words, for I see violence and strife in the city. Day and night they prowl about on its walls; malice …

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MÉDITATION DU JOUR – Attention! La vraie menace n’est jamais trop loin de nous (Psaume 55:9-11)

Souvent, nous connaissons la source réelle de nos problèmes (le mensonge, les tricheries, la violence, l’impudicité, le sale caractère, la jalousie, l’idolatrie, etc…) , mais nous l’ignorons pour nous concentrer sur des raisons extérieures. Le passage du jour dit: “Réduis à néant, Seigneur, divise leurs langues! Car je vois dans la ville la violence et …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – What force (or power) could wrench you from Jesus’ affection? (Psalm 55:6-8)

Life spares nobody problems and pressures. In this Psalm, we can see that even those who are especially close to God, as David was, also have moments when they want to escape from their problems and pressures. My brother, my sister, may be at this moment, you feel desperate and morally slaughtered like David and …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Only the risen Christ can change your life (Acts 2:14-21)

In this passage, Peter is recalling us that the Old Testament prophecies concerning Jesus had been entirely fulfilled in Him because Jesus was the Messiah and only the risen Christ can change our lives. My brother, my sister, who do you believe in? You see today, some believers are still wearing Christ on the cross …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Walking in Jesus’ steps that can help you climb all mountains (1 Corinthians 11:1)

Many believers of Christ have accepted the fact that through adoption we are now sons and daughters of the Most High. But do we really know what, in God’s eyes, this status imply? My brother, my sister, let’s look into the Word of God to understand our real identity in Christ, so that we may …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Don’t enter 2017 with a debt to God! (Numbers 30:1-7)

The world teaches us this expression ‘it does not matter’ when we promise to someone or when we just promise to do something and we don’t fulfil our promises. My brother, my sister, all words and commitment you made, especially before the Lord matter! Don’t take things lightly before God. You see, today, people think …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Are you praying the ‘god’ of a mere man? (James 1:16)

“Don’t be deceived, my dear brothers and sisters” (James 1:16) Sometimes, it is important to stop and exhort the brethens when we hear abominations. Yesterday, someone called me asking me if it was right for their church to give testimonies saying this : ‘I give this testimony in the name of the god of apostle …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Pray for your leader, so that things go well with you (1 Timothy 2:1-2)

Today’s verses say: “I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness”. But, let us also read the prayer of King Solomon (Psalm 72:1-20). My brother, my sister, …

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