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February 15, 2017 Eagles Devotional: The Exchange [Wednesday February 15, 2017]

Eagles Devotional: The Exchange [Wednesday February 15, 2017]

“He gave also their increase unto the caterpillar, and their labour unto the locust.” (Ps.  78:46)

There are people who work hard but have nothing to show for it. Ha! I feel strongly for such ones. Why should you run up and down, here today, there tomorrow, and have nothing to show for it? Let me give an analogy:

A boom happens, the price of cement goes up, and sensing an opportunity, a man takes out a loan of twenty-five million Naira with which he goes into cement importation. His goods arrive the port but before he clears them, a shift in government policy is announced and the price of cement tumbles down. Before he clears the goods, he is in debt, and remains in debt even after selling it. He worked hard but the profit of his labour had been exchanged somewhere. Nothing happens by chance.

The caterpillar and the locust eat up and destroy things. Increase speaks of profit. Whatever would have been his profit was given to the caterpillar to destroy. In the same vein, some people work but don’t know what they do with their salary. It was given to the locust before they even earned it. It is very painful, sad, and unacceptable.

In the name that is above every other name, Jesus Christ the Son of the living God, I speak into your life from God’s altar. I break the power of whatever has been reducing you. No locust will eat your hard work. You will not sweat for somebody else to eat. You will not build for someone else to inhabit and enjoy. You will not gather for someone else to scatter. I release your prosperity, increase, and reward back to you, in Jesus’ name.

WORDS OF WISDOM: During an evil exchange, caterpillars destroy the pillars.

PRAYER/CONFESSION: LORD, I take back my increase. Every lion and caterpillar sent to destroy the labour of my hands, be destroyed, in the name of Jesus.

FURTHER READING: 1 kgs. 9: 4, Job 22: 23-30

 

Eagles Devotional is a daily revelatory and inspirational Publication by Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the founder and presiding Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church, Warri, Nigeria.

February 13, 2017 The Return Of Your Wealth [Monday February 13, 2017]

The Return Of Your Wealth [Monday February 13, 2017]

“Now the LORD had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee.” (Gen. 12:1)

An altar is a place where divinity meets with humanity, heaven or hell meets with the earth, and angels or demons meet with humans. Spirit beings and human beings interact on an altar. Upon an altar, exchanges occur. If an altar is that of Jehovah, bad things are taken from you and replaced with good ones. The opposite is the case if it is a satanic altar.

People who ought to be living pleasant lives are not doing so, because some wicked exchange took place on an evil altar. Notwithstanding that, if you think your life is not where it should be, you have this message in your hand so that you will call for restoration in the name above every other name, Jesus Christ the Son of the living God.

God created every human being with a plan. There is a road-map for your life. You weren’t created a wanderer. If you are looking like a wanderer or your life is going up and down, God did not cause it. Somewhere along the line, some exchange took place. Joseph was a Jew that understood altars and he helped Pharaoh to take control of the economy of Egypt.

Today, the human being using spell, charm, and occultism to manipulate, hinder, or delay God’s purposes in your life will restore and release whatever they have taken or destroyed in your life, in Jesus’ name.

As God’s High Priest, I speak from the supreme altar of the Most High God into your life. I command a restoration of the original plan for your life, in the name of Jesus.

WORD OF WISDOM: God’s altar alters the authority on the altar of the devil.

PRAYER/CONFESSION: LORD, restore my life and destiny. Let not the plans and purposes of the devil manifest in my life, in Jesus name, amen.

FURTHER READING: Genesis 15: 7, Acts 19: 18–19

Eagles Devotional is a daily revelatory and inspirational Publication by Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the founder and presiding Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church, Warri, Nigeria.