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Daily Manna Devotional | DCLM | 29th May 2022 — A Prosperous Era

Daily Manna Devotional | DCLM | 29th May 2022 — A Prosperous Era

Daily Manna Devotional | DCLM | 29th May 2022 — A Prosperous Era

Read On this page today DCLM Daily Manna Devotional For Today 29th May 2022 By Pastor WF Kumuyi Brought to you by Impacttunes

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TOPIC: A Prosperous Era

TEXT: 2 Chronicles 17:1-11

KEY VERSE: “And the fear of the LORD fell upon all the kingdoms of the lands that were round about Judah, so that they made no war against Jehoshaphat.” – (2 Chronicles 17:10)

MESSAGE FOR THE DAY: Daily Manna Devotional | DCLM | 29th May 2022 — A Prosperous Era

Kings and political leaders look forward to peace, prosperity and progress in their era and after their exit. They assemble think-tanks to come up with programmes to achieve these goals. Some, however, do not mind employing unreasonable avenues to reach these noble ends. For them, dining with the devil to get what they want is in order.

King Jehoshaphat, in our text, knew that true prosperity and progress could only come to his land through obedience to God’s words. He put the law of the Lord first. He sent teachers of the word of God and priests all over the land of Judah to impress it upon the citizens that if they wanted to enjoy genuine peace and joy, they must honour His Word and detest idolatry. This national zeal for God led heaven to prosper Judah and kept wars away from the land.

Daily Manna Devotional | DCLM | 29th May 2022 — A Prosperous Era

Our suffering world will enjoy blessing, prosperity and peace if only we would learn from King Jehoshaphat, who forsook idolatry and made a decision to take his people back to the true God. The individual, who is also at his wits’ end like the agonising societies, can also enjoy a victorious life of peace if he respects the laws of God.

But many go about espousing teachings that have failed to offer them the joy and peace they need. The vast education they have acquired leaves them further frustrated. We must present Jesus to them, the only One who gives “peace… not as the world giveth” (John 14:27). His absence in one’s life brings in chaos and poverty.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Putting God in our equation attracts divine support.

THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Micah 1-4

THE SALVATION PRAYER

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