Topic: Choose To See What God Has Given You [TREM Devotional 19 November 2018]

“And the Lord said unto Joshua, See, I have given into thine hand Jericho, and the king thereof, and the mighty men of valour.” Joshua 6:2 KJV

Child of God stop seeing the big walls of Jericho. Refuse to see the soldiers on the walls of Jericho. As a matter of fact don’t even see their spears and other things. Choose to see only what God has given to you. The choice is yours. Choose to see Jericho as your possession because what you see is what you get. Don’t join the world when they are running their mouths in the negative. We are not going back; we are going forward, what you couldn’t achieve before now shall be achieved. God is waiting for now. It is now you will buy your own Jeep. Others have been buying used cars. But you are going to buy brand new ones.

I have given you Jericho but Joshua, you must see it. You must see yourself taking over Jericho. Don’t see yourself running from Jericho. See Jericho falling because the lips of Jehovah have said it. You see, whenever God says something, the onus lies on Him to bring it to pass, not you. He is just looking for you to believe it.

The current location of the headquarters of our ministry is a product of what we saw. No one wanted to touch the place with a long poll. But today everyone is struggling for land here, including those who didn’t know how it happened. They are now struggling for land. You see whilst they saw monkeys and other things, we saw thousands of people worshipping and raising up holy hands. That was what we saw and today it has come to pass.

I declare that every dream you have will come to pass! There is no dream or vision that you have for your life that will fail. No enemy will touch you. No devil will abort your destiny.

Further Reading: Joshua 6:1-20

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Ezekiel 11-13; Evening- James 1

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Written by Dr. Mike Okonkwo; Is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord.