Our Daily Manna October 16, 2017: ODM devotional – A Rough But Sure Road!

Our Daily Manna October 16, 2017: ODM devotional – A Rough But Sure Road!

Topic: A Rough But Sure Road! [Monday, October 16, 2017]

Basic Scriptures: Matthew 26: 38-44; Psalm 23

Welcome to today’s devotional encounter again! Below is the webbed poem that discusses the mystery journey to success. By the grace of God, you will arrive there in a great way:

“The road to success is not straight. There is a curve called failure. A loop called confusion. Speed bumbs called friends. Red light called enemies. Caution lights called family. You will have flat tyre called disappointments, but if you have a spare tyre called determination, an engine called perseverance, insurance called faith, a driver called Jesus, you will make it to a place called success.

Thank God for this encouraging piece! The emphasis is that success is a journey and not just a destination. It is a process. So, no devil and indeed nobody can say it is over with you! No matter where you are in the ladder of life, remember that God have not finished with you yet. You are God’s man/woman, passing through God’s process. The best is yet to come!

Did Jesus not ask that the cup be pasted from Him! Did He not ask God why He has forsaken Him?

He had both the DIVINE and HUMAN nature! So, His HUMANITY was temporarily “confused” and down. His DIVINITY as God was intact! WOW! What a mystery! When confused, stay still and be prayerful (Psalm 23: 2).  It will pass away! You meet enemies on the journey, yet the words say, “if a man’s ways please the Lord, He will make even his enemies to be at peace with him” – Proverb 16: 7. Psalm 23: 5 declare that God will prepare a table before you in the presence of your enemies. Remember: The road to success is always under construction. It may be rough, but sure!

Prayer Points: Take your best worship song to God.

1. Pray about today’s word as it has touched you.

2. As I journey through this planet, I shall never drop my spare tyre called determination (Pray it very well).

3. My family and I shall not be wasted on this earth in Jesus name (Pray it very well)

4. Boldly declare Psalm 23 and deal with discouragement and depression spirits today.

5. Pray about today as led on any other issue(s).

By Bishop (Dr) Chris E. Kwakpovwe (Cek)
Publisher/Writer Of ODM And

Rev (Mrs) Flora E. Kwakpovwe (Fek)
Co-Publisher/Writer Of ODM.

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