“…Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in Me…” John 15:4 (NKJV)

As you journey in your walk with Christ Jesus, it is important to understand that there is a difference between being a visit and being a dweller. A visitor is one who visits and goes while a dweller is one who visits and stays. Now, it might interest you to know that God is looking for a dweller and not a visitor. God is looking for a man who will come to Christ and chooses to dwell or stay in Christ. God is looking for that man who will cut off from the world and its passions and focus on Christ and His passions. God is looking for that man who will become deeply interested in the things of God and disinterested in the ways of the world.

Unfortunately, we are living in a world today that wants to be in Christ and still be in the world. We are living in a world that comes to Christ when they are in trouble and when everything becomes normal, they go back to the world and its ways. But the question is, is that what God is looking for? The answer is a very big NO. The Bible says, “don’t you know that to be the world’s friend means to be God’s enemy? If you want to be the world’s friend, you make yourself God’s enemy…” James 4:4 (GNT)

Therefore, I encourage you today to become deliberate in your walk with God. Abide in Christ and stay there. Detach yourself from all worldly passions and trust me you will flourish in every area of your life and manifest the blessings that the scripture speaks about. Halleluiah! 

TODAY’S RHEMA

Whatever you do, always remember that God wants you to be a dweller in Christ and not a visitor!

CONFESSION FOR THE DAY 

Father, I am grateful for this wonderful teaching, I receive grace and passion to remain and abide in Christ and as I do this, I am manifesting the blessings of the scriptures in Jesus name

Categories: March 2024

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