- RHEMA FOR LIVING
OFM DAILY DEVOTIONAL GUIDE
APOSTLE JOHNSON SULEMAN
MONDAY, 4TH NOVEMBER 2019
BIBLE READING: MORNING: JEREMIAH 38,39. EVENING: HEBREWS 1
TEXT: “Doth the eagle mount up at thy command, and make her nest on high?” Job 39:27.
The scripture above asked a rhetorical question ‘Doth the eagle mount up at thy command and make her nest on high? Meaning no eagle thinks of taking off without a signal, no eagle flies for nothing; before the eagle takes off on a flight, it has gotten signals of when to fly. And that tells us that no man can operate a destiny or go high in God without a word from God. Any man that must succeed in life should not do anything until it is commanded. What makes people triumph cheaply living a struggle free and sorrow free life in a hard, struggleful and sorrowful generation is because they don’t do anything until it is commanded. Those That Wait For His Command Are Always In Demand.
Moses waited on God and said, “I am not coming out of this place until I have gotten a word from you, and when he came out, people were struggling to behold him. Nobody wants to see your face until you seek His face. The last business that you lost, you lost it because you entered it without asking God questions. We are in a generation of competition where people do things because others are doing it, not knowing that, that somebody is succeeding somewhere is not a yardstick to enter into it because we have different makeup, different ways we are configured or empowered. Never do anything because someone else is doing it.
Do something because it is commanded.
I pray for you, you will hear His voice.
My Father, My Father, as I begin to pray, may I never do anything except it is commanded by You. Whatever blocks my ears from hearing you, be destroyed by fire…
Apostle JOHNSON SULEMAN