THE CHOSEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL...THAT REPROACH MUST BE OVER



THE CHOSEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL...
DATE: SUNDAY OCTOBER 30TH, 2016.
TEXT: Matthew 15:13, John 8:36
THEME: THAT REPROACH MUST BE OVER
MESSAGE:
"And the LORD said unto Joshua, This day have I rolled away the reproach of Egypt from off you. Wherefore the name of the place is called Gilgal unto this day." (Joshua 5:9)
On this particular day in question, the Lord rolled away all the reproach of Egypt from the children of Israel. In Egypt, they were made to serve with rigour against their will and they had no life of their own. The Israelites were in slavery and servitude and could not realize their potentials. They were stagnated. That was a reproachful situation which God needed to remove from off them. Without removing that reproach, it would be difficult for them to realize the gains of nationhood or even be established as individuals.
Many people are suffering from one kind of reproach or the other and have become laughing stock and objects of caricature in the eyes of the people to the point that they are asking them, "Where is your God?" God has not called you to seek Him in vain. So, what is that reproach that had been upon your life over the years? Is it the reproach of barrenness, poverty, failure, disappointment, delay, rising/falling, backwardness, and joblessness and so on. Whatever it is, the Lord will roll it away as you make yourself available for the service of God.
Worship/praise God and then take the following prayer points:
1. Any reproach which the devil has brought upon my life; be rolled away, in Jesus' name.
2. Any program and plan of the enemy to make me an object of mockery and caricature; be terminated, in Jesus' name..
3. Any spirit of shame following me up and down; be separated from me by fire, in Jesus' name.
5. Any mark of rejection, hatred and bad-luck planted upon my life; be wiped away with the blood of Jesus Christ.
6. Any power working to bring reproach upon our G. O, our mummy in the Lord and their children; you have failed. Catch fire, in Jesus' name.
AUTHOR: Pst Lazarus Muoka

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