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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 10:59am On Jan 11
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"But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer" (1 Peter 4:7).

This era signifies the end of the Church age and the Rapture, which is the first phase of the Second Coming of Christ, and can take place at any time. Christ's Second Coming is certain. So, believers should be prepared. The Last Days, which is this era, is prophesied to be characterised by lawlessness, disobedience to parents, blasphemy, despising holy and good people; pride and loving pleasure more than God, among other vices (2 Timothy 3:1-4). The evils of the Last Days can be seen in the unprecedented level of wickedness going on in the world today. These include terrorism, occult practices, sexual perversion, drug addiction, falling standard of the marriage institution, rape and other kinds of violence.

We must not allow ourselves to be swept along by the evil tide of this era. Today's text is instructive to heaven bound Christians. The events of this era call for soberness, watchfulness and prayerfulness. How often do you pray? These are no times to be frivolous and distracted from our devotion to God by the affairs of this world, but to remain steadfast, serving the Lord.

Chɑllenge: "How often do you seek God?"

Prɑyer: "Lord, help me in this period."

Quote: "Christ's Second Coming is certain."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: Luke 21:36, 1 Thessalonians 5:6

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 12:16am On Jan 12
Higher Everydɑy

TEXT: LUKE 15:11-32

"And not many days after the younger son gathered all together, and took his journey into a far country, and there wasted his substance with riotous living" (Luke 15:13).

It is sad, and certainly the beginning of catastrophe when men look upon God's financial gift as something simply to be grabbed and spent casually. Robert Kiyosaki aptly puts it thus: "Intelligence solves problems and produces money. Money without financial intelligence is money soon gone." The prodigal son in our text-only considered the present gratification of wealth without looking at ways of investing against the future. He requested for his inheritance from the father with the intention of enjoying his life, not realising that money flies when not properly invested. He wasted his inheritance as fast as he could and became a poor man and a beggar, within a short period of time.

Youths today need to be financially intelligent by thinking ahead and investing profitably towards their future success. This requires diligence with calculative, financial and business thinking. They need to utilise their God-given talents and fearlessness in starting up their own ventures. Remember this: "Willful waste brings woeful want."

Chɑllenge: "What is spent is gone, invest wisely"

Prɑyer: "Lord, increase my little faith."

Quote: "Willful waste brings woeful want."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: Psalm 105:24, Job 8:7

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by CuddleBear(f): 4:14am On Jan 12
God please help me out of my current financial crisis
Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 10:14am On Jan 12

God please help me out of my current financial crisis

Amen! smiley
Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by CuddleBear(f): 1:08pm On Jan 12

Amen! smiley
Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 3:35pm On Jan 13
Higher Everydɑy


"Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not" (Jeremiah 33:3).

Trials should not surprise us, or cause us to doubt God's faithfulness. Rather, we should use them to strengthen our trust in God so that our faith will not fail. Our challenges should burn down self-confidence and drive us to our Saviour. "God cannot change. He cannot be anything other than who He is. Out of His love and His promises, you were selected as His treasure. God's faithfulness has been the bedrock of His dealings with humanity throughout time," declared Graham Cooke. The songwriter Frances J. Crosby also reminds us of the Blessed assurance we have in Christ Jesus. Her life, mission and global Christian impact is an affirmation that God can see us through.

Like Job did, we are to call upon God in the turmoil of life and allow nothing to steal our joy away. He will show us great and mighty things and restore all that is lost if we trust Him still.

Chɑllenge: "God can not change"

Prɑyer: "Heavenly Father, help me to confide in You."

Quote: "Call upon God in the turmoil of life."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: Ephesians 6:10-12

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 11:41pm On Jan 13
Higher Everyday


"My soul, wait Thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defense; I shall not be moved" (Psalms 62:5,6).

A story was told of a boy crossing the ocean with his father, the captain of the ship. They ran into a storm which frightened everyone except the boy. When asked why he was unafraid he said, "I have my eyes on that window. Through it, I can see the bridge and on that bridge is my father. He is captain of this ship. He has taken it through many storms and I know he will take this one through." What a confidence!

In our text, King David refused to be moved by persecution from his enemies because God was his Rock, salvation and defence. Beloved, are you facing challenges in your physical or spiritual life? Like King David, fix your eyes on God. Do not be moved. Consecrate your life to God and trust in Him. Surely He will see you through every storm of life.

Challenge: "Refuse to be moved by challenges of life."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to trust you amidst Storms of life."

Quote: "Fix your eye on God."

Bible Reading in one Year: Psalm 62:1-8

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 7:59am On Jan 14
Higher Everydɑy


"That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit" (John 3:6).

The regenerated youth who keeps away from sin is spiritual. He receives the power to act right and says no to all destructive acts of the flesh that have ruined the destiny of many intelligent but careless ones. The spiritual youth walks in wisdom, and adds virtues of patience, temperance, gentleness, meekness, faith, love and kindness daily to his faith as he seeks help from the Holy Spirit to guide him in all things. He understands and lives with the consciousness that Satan and his flesh are constantly at war with his precious soul. This awareness propels him to draw closer to God and obey Him in all things, especially by studying and meditating on God's word, praying and preaching the gospel of the Kingdom.

Like Daniel, the Christian youth can stand out by renewing his mind and proving that which is good and acceptable before God. He begins the day with sweet fellowship with God from whom he draws strength and retires with a talk at dusk with the heavenly Father who directs his steps.

Chɑllenge: "Feed on God's word"

Prɑyer: "Lord help me to be discerning in Jesus name."

Quote: "Youth who turn away from sin is spiritual."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: Romans 12:2, Psalm 51:10, Job 8:7

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 12:16am On Jan 15
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"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning" (James 1:17).

I like the way God qualifies the gifts He gives. They are good and they are perfect. He gives material and financial wealth for our enjoyment. The gift of life, salvation and other Christian experiences are from God. So are such virtues as wisdom, knowledge, understanding and various abilities.

However, Elizabeth Elliot said, "If we hold tightly to anything given to us, unwilling to let it go when the time comes to let it go or unwilling to allow it to be used as the Giver means it to be used, we stunt the growth of the soul... 'If God gave it to me,' we say, 'It's mine. I can do what I want with it.' No...It is ours to thank Him for and ours to offer back to Him."

Your life and everything you have comes from God and belongs to Him. Can you surrender all to Him with thanksgiving? God says, "My son, give me thine heart... " (Proverbs 23:26). Be born again and receive gifts from God, including eternal life.

Challenge: "Be grateful to God for all His good gifts to you."

Prayer: "Help me Lord God to surrender my life and my all to you."

Quote: "Be born again and receive gifts from God."

Bible Reading in one Year: 1 Chronicles 29: 11, 12; 1 Corinthians 4:7

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 8:32am On Jan 15
Higher Everydɑy


"Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God" (2 Corinthians 5:20).

As Watter Bagehot states, "An ambassador is not simply an agent, he is a spectacle." The Christian youth is called out of sin to have the lifestyle of Christ as His ambassador here on earth everywhere and at all times. Therefore, the youth as an ambassador walks in wisdom. He doesn't abuse the opportunities bestowed on him but is mindful of the cunning devices of the enemy. He is careful in the way he uses the internet and makes new friends. He learns daily of Christ, his Saviour and walks in His steps. He is conscious of God's presence, and yields not to peer pressure as he dares to be different.

Like the three Hebrew young men who refused to deny and bring dishonour to the name of the Lord before an earthly king, youths can be true ambassadors of Christ today by shunning and abhorring all forms of sinful pleasures or allurements from others around them. They are to represent the interest and glory of heaven as earthly ambassadors do for the sake of their countries.

Chɑllenge: "Let others see Jesus in you"

Prɑyer: "My God, help me to be like Jesus, my Master."

Quote: "Represent the interest and glory of Heaven."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: 2 Corinthians 5:20, Ephesians 6:20

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 3:43pm On Jan 15
Higher Everyday


"The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God" (Romans 8:16).

Many who claim to be Christians, including youths, often experience inward conflict on the genuineness of their salvation. They are active in Church but lack assurance of salvation. Genuine salvation follows acknowledgement and confession of sin and receiving Christ as one's personal Lord and Saviour by faith. At salvation, we receive the earnest of the Spirit (2 Corinthians 1:22). This is referred to as a little deposit in our hearts of the Spirit as a foretaste of the expected greater measure at Spirit baptism. Hence the Spirit can bear witness with a new convert's spirit that he or she is God's child.

Beloved, do you have an inner witness that you are God's child? If you do, then when Satan makes you doubt the genuineness of your salvation, resist and rebuke him. However, do not allow sin in your life. Oswald J. Smith states, "God will never pour out His Spirit on the flesh. Sin and Spirituality cannot co-exist. The Holy Spirit will not occupy a dirty heart." Be faithful to God and enjoy the witness of the Spirit in your daily walk.

Challenge: "Do not grieve or quench the Holy Spirit."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to heed the witness of the Holy Spirit."

Quote: "The Holy Spirit will not occupy a dirty heart."

Bible Reading in one Year: Romans 8:1-14

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by IjebuWarrior: 1:01am On Jan 16
God please help me out of my current financial crisis

Na broke you go broke die.. grin
Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 10:39am On Jan 16
Higher Everydɑy

TEXT: ROMANS 1:30-32

"Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and mother; (which is the first commandment with promise)" (Ephesians 6:1, 2).

Charles R. Swindoll admonishes that, "The very best proof of your love for your Lord is obedience…nothing more, nothing less, nothing else." Obedience to God is equally an honour to Him. God still demands from youths of today inward reverence, as well as outward expressions and acts of obedience to parents in all things as far as it is not in disobedience to His commands. With the onset of puberty and enlightenment, it is common to find youths who are stubbornly unbending and disrespectful in presenting their perceptions of issues to their parents, teachers and others. Youths usually consider the views of their parents as old school of thought. Often, this results in strained relationship with parents and forfeiture of the timely fulfilment of God's promise. What a loss!

Like young David, who said, "Teach me good judgment and knowledge: for I have believed thy commandments" (Psalm 119:66), we should desire to be teachable for there is always something more to learn outside the school walls. Make obedience to your parents a priority as that is the will of God for you.

Chɑllenge: "Obedience to God is equally an honour to Him"

Prɑyer: "Give me a humble and obedient heart, oh God."

Quote: "Make obedience to your parents a priority."

Bible Reɑding in one Yeɑr: Romans 1:30-32

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by CuddleBear(f): 9:07pm On Jan 16

Na broke you go broke die.. grin
Doesn't matter what you say ,
i believe God would supply my needs soon
Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 10:17am On Jan 17
Higher Everydɑy


"Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak" (Matthew 26:41).

Happenings all around us are things which reveal the uncertainties in the global world. The sequence of events calls not only for diligence but watchfulness and prayers. The Christian youth must be on guard lest he falls into the temptation to apply worldly wisdom and deny his faith in Christ like Peter, all in the quest to survive, be appreciated, and accepted in the competitive world. Today's text reveals people's proneness to overconfidence, and cautions Christians not to be reliant on their own strength and ability in bearing afflictions for Christ, lest they be caught off guard by Satan.

At the place of prayer, the youth finds comfort for his soul, direction on the pathway to follow and assurance on how things will work out for him. The Holy Spirit keeps him from avoidable mistakes and reveals deep things which keep him away from present and future dangers. Hence the youth can joyfully sing, "I'm not alone (2x) in all my journey, Jesus is with me. I am not alone."

Chɑllenge: "Prayer is the key"

Prɑyer: "Teach me Lord how to pray."

Quote: "The Christian youth must be on guard."

Further Reading: Luke 18:1

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 9:34pm On Jan 17
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"What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound? God forbid. How shall we that are dead to sin, live any longer therein" (Romans 6:1,2).

A Christian writer wrote about Calvin Coolidge, a former American President. One Sunday, he attended a Church service and on his return, his wife enquired about the preacher's message. He replied, "Sin." His wife further enquired about what the preacher said concerning sin. He simply replied, "The preacher was against sin." Yes, God is against sin too. God forbids sin. He was angry with the sinner everyday (Psalm 7:11). When He saw the world at the time of Noah wallowing in sin, He destroyed it with flood and later, Sodom and Gomorrah with fire.

Our text warns that having been dead to sin, by repentance, you cannot longer live therein. You must flee from all forms of defilement. Is there any sin your conscience is troubling you about? "The way to keep the heart quiet is to keep ourselves and the love of God and to do nothing to offend Him," wrote Henry. If you can a sinner, then repent and surrender your life to Christ. God Will forgive and impute His righteousness to you.

Challenge: "Repent of your sins and live for God."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to flee from sin and live to please you."

Quote: "God forbids sin."

Bible Reading in one Year: Romans 6:1-14

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 4:17pm On Jan 18
Higher Everydɑy


"And Elijah said unto Elisha, Tarry here, I pray thee; for the LORD hath sent me to Bethel. And Elisha said unto him, As the LORD liveth, and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee. So they went down to Bethel" (2 Kings 2:2).

The story was told of a young man, who went for a job interview. Unknown to him, he was being monitored from the camera as he got into the premises. At the gate, he stopped to look at running water from a pipe and quickly locked the pipe to avoid wastage of more water as he hurried into the waiting room on the top floor. On getting there, the large number of applicants he met reduced his hope of securing the post. However, he was informed that he just passed the interview. The running water from the pipe was deliberately allowed as a test by the employer to select whom he felt fitted best the advertised position. Sadly none of the others passed the test as they failed to lock the opened tap. They did not recognize the test and so failed woefully.

Life is a series of tests which come in various forms. In the case of Elisha, the instruction to "Tarry here" seemed so harmless but he could have missed the double portion of Elijah's anointing. Aim to pass your tests.

Chɑllenge: "Prayerfully attempt your tests and gain your victories"

Prɑyer: "Help me Lord to identify and overcome life's test."

Quote: "Aim to pass your test."

Further Reading: 2 Corinthians 8:2

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 8:48am On Jan 19
Higher Everydɑy


"And when He had fasted forty days and forty nights, He was afterward an hungred. And when the tempter came to Him, He said, If thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread" (Matthew 4:2, 3).

Temptation is an enticement to do evil. It comes from the devil. A classic example is that of the serpent tempting Eve in the Garden of Eden. Eve fell due to her own lust. Everyone faces temptations at one time or another; no one is immune. A little child or youth is as open to temptation just as an adult. The degree and frequency, however, may vary from person to person. A Christian minister is therefore as prone to temptation as the young convert, if not more. "Temptation does not cease when we receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our personal Lord and Saviour. Temptation does not lessen when we serve Him and give our lives to Him. When we try to let the principles of Jesus Christ rule in our business lives, Satan never relaxes his efforts," says J. H. Linton.

The Christian youth must, therefore, be prepared and pray for grace to overcome temptations. As portrayed in our text, Jesus was tempted just as we are but He did not fall. Trust in God and you too will not fall in Jesus' name.

Chɑllenge: "Be prepared, temptations come unannounced"

Prɑyer: "In the means of temptations, stand by me, oh Lord."

Quote: "Jesus was tempted just as we are."

Further Reading: James 1:12, Revelation 3:10, 1 Peter 1:7

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 8:33pm On Jan 19
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"TEKEL; Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting" (Daniel 5:27).

Jenny was a brilliant university student who made excellent grades in her courses. In her final year, Jenny became proud, boastful and also slothful with her studies. Trusting in herself and her ability, she did not prepare well for her examination. Consequently, Jenny failed some final year courses and could not graduate with her mates. She was devastated and helpless. One of her teachers counseled her and encouraged her to humble herself and surrender her life to Christ. Jenny gave her life to Christ following which she realized her folly. Jenny learnt her lesson in a hard way. What about you?

"The Word of God admonishes,".......fear God and keep His commandments...and humble (yourself) in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up" (Ecclesiastes 12:13; James 4:10). Recognize God as your Creator and surrender your life to Him. Flee from all appearance of evil and God will exalt you in all area of your life.

Challenge: "Humble yourself before God."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to live a humble and submissive life in Jesus' name."

Quote: "Recognize God as your Creator."

Bible Reading in one Year: Daniel 5:18-28

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 6:32am On Jan 20
Higher Everydɑy


"If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me" (Psalm 66:18).

It is great when youths pray. It causes the enemy of our souls to tremble because he knows the havoc these vibrant holy young ones can wreak in his kingdom but mocks sinning boys and girls when they pray. God delights in hearing the petition of young ones; however, when they drink iniquity like water and engage in prayer, it is an abomination that prevents them from getting answers to their prayers. 'Unanswered prayers' may not always be due to sin. Someone said, "If the request isn't right the answer is 'No.' If the timing isn't right His answer is 'slow.' If you aren't ready yet His answer is 'Grow.' When everything is ready and right…His answer is 'Go.'

Youths should understand that God's 'No' is not always a rejection but a redirection either to first repent of unconfessed sin or a preparation to give something better than was asked for. Prayers must, however, be in line with the revealed will of God for them to be answered.

Chɑllenge: "The prayer of a righteous youth is powerful and effective"

Prɑyer: "Teach me to pray, Oh God!"

Quote: "God's 'No' is not always rejection but a redirection."

Further Reading: James 1:6, Job 15:16

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 12:53am On Jan 21
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"According to my earnest expectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but that with all boldness, as always, so now also Christ shall be magnified in my body, whether it be by life, or by death" (Philippians 1:20).

The greatest desire of every true Christian youth should be that Christ may be magnified and glorified as he or she daily presents his or her body a living sacrifice. It is for the glory of Christ that we serve Him boldly and not being ashamed of Him. Those who are ashamed of Christ are not worthy of Him. Youths are to boldly stand for Christ where ever they find themselves. It is heartwarming to note that in these last days where some youths are getting spiritually cold, lukewarm or backslidden outright, many (boys and girls), are still not only standing for Christ, but are in His army, to live or die for Him.

Those who desire that Christ may be magnified in their bodies have a holy abhorrence for ungodly trends in fashion and lifestyle among their peers. With their strong faith in Christ, they share the good news of Christ's saving and transforming power. Like Paul in our text, the Christian youth must, however, remember that his ability to face each day with boldness, without shame, depends on starting each day with Jesus.

Chɑllenge: "The boldness of a Christians is the honour of Christ"

Prɑyer: "Father glorify thy name in me"

Quote: "Youths are boldly to stand for Christ."

Further Reading: Psalm 27:3

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 2:21pm On Jan 21
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"And Elijah said unto him, Tarry, I pray thee, here; for the LORD hath sent me to Jordan. And he said, As the LORD liveth, and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee. And they two went on" (2 Kings 2:6).

Al Ries opines that "Great leaders, in spite of a multitude of distractions, know how to keep things focused. They know how to inspire and motivate their followers to keep pushing. They don't let side-issues overwhelm them." This is very instructive for youths who desire to fulfill their God-ordained destinies.

In our text, Elisha refused to be dissuaded from following prophet Elijah to Jordan. He remained focused while going with his master and in return received a double of Elijah's spirit when God took him to heaven. Beloved, you must remain focused if you desire God's unlimited blessings for your life. Live your Christian life with zeal and enthusiasm. Walk diligently with God. Be disciplined and focused in your academics or career and God will help you to excel above your equals.

Challenge: "Reject every distraction and remained focused."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to focus on you at all times."

Quote: "Remain focused."

Bible Reading in one Year: 2 Kings 2:1-15

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 12:42am On Jan 22
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TEXT: DANIEL 3:13-26

"But Peter and John answered and said unto them, Whether it be right in the sight of God to hearken unto you more than unto God, judge ye" (Acts 4:19).

"A sinful law is made to be disobeyed," said an elderly man whose God-fearing son's right to freedom of worship was trampled upon by the authority in his school. Whenever the laws of the land contradict or contravene the law of God, the law of the land must be dropped for the law of God.

Jesus counsels us not to fear man that can only kill the body, but to fear God who alone can kill the body and soul and cast them into hell. The saints in Bible times believed this. In times of persecutions, trials and temptations, their loyalty to God was always unquestionable. They knew it was divinely approved to disobey any directive or law from any authority that would make them sin against God. Disobedience to ungodly law of people will only land us in temporary suffering on earth. But disobedience to the law of God will lead to eternal perdition. The saints in today's Bible text wisely chose to obey God not minding the persecution that might follow. Christian youths should be courageous to say 'No' to sinful instructions.

Chɑllenge: "Obedience to God bring joy"

Prɑyer: "Give me grace and courage to stand for you, Oh Lord"

Quote: "Be courageous to say 'No' to evil instructions."

Further Reading: Daniel 3:13-26

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 12:22pm On Jan 22
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TEXT: ACTS 3:7, 8

"And he took him by the right hand, and lifted him up: and immediately his feet and ankle bones received strength. And he leaping up stood........walking and leaping and praising God" (Acts 3:7,8 ).

A lift before leaps can be explained as help before successes. A Christian youth invited a drug addict to a city wide crusade. The preacher preached on "Christ's power to deliver from sin and Satan" At the altar call, encouraging participants to surrender their lives to Christ and believe in God's power to heal. The addict surrendered his life to Christ. As the preacher prayed, he was miraculously delivered from his addiction with all the withdrawal symptoms gone. With excitement, he later ran to the altar and gave a challenging testimony. Hallelujah!

The world acclaimed authorities were helped before their successes came. Alfred Nobel, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, and of recent, Mark Zuckerberg of the Facebook fame, were all helped to learn at the elementary school level before becoming experts, achieving successes by leaps and bounds. God also expects us to lift up the downcast to leap for joy. Like Peter and John, God has given believers power to preach, heal the sick and deliver the oppressed. Christ expects us to do greater works than He did (John 14:12).

Challenge: "Do not limit the power of God in you."

Prayer: "Help me Lord to lift up someone in need today."

Quote: "Lift up the downcast to leap for joy."

Bible Reading in one Year: John 14:12; Acts 10:38

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Re: Higher Everyday — FEAR GOD by OLAADEGBU(m): 3:58am
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TEXT: JOB 1:1-3

"And Abraham said, Because I thought, Surely the fear of God is not in this place; and they will slay me for my wife's sake" (Genesis 20:11).

It is the fool who says that there is no God, and there is no fear of God in his heart. Such was the case of the Italian Dictator, Benito Amilcare Mussolini. He was born on 29 July 1883 and brought up a Catholic. Hating religion, at the age of 17, he stood and declared, "God, if you are there, strike me dead." God did not do it immediately. He became a journalist and politician, and eventually the Prime Minister of Italy. However, on 28 April 1945 at the age of 61, he was summarily executed by firing squad, and his body taken to Milan and hung upside down at a service station for the public to view.

Once, Abraham found himself among the heathen. Knowing that these lawless people who had no fear of God in them would expectedly kill him to have his wife, Abraham feared and lied that Sarah was his sister. God, however, saved the situation. The absence of God's fear is everywhere today. But you should fear and obey God rather than men, no matter the situation.

Chɑllenge: "God's terror awaits the godless"

Prɑyer: "Help me Lord to fear you and do right always"

Quote: "Absence of God's fear is everywhere."

Further Reading: Job 1:1-3

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