“…they shall be like mighty men, who tread down their enemies in the mire of the streets in the battle. They shall fight because the Lord is with them, and the riders on horses shall be put to shame…” Zechariah 10:5 (NKJV)

Beloved, do you know that the greatest treasure you have in your life right now is God? Well, in case you do not know, I am telling you now. One of the things a Christian should be proud of is the fact that God is on his side. With God on your side, there is no limit to what you can do, no limit to what you can achieve and no limit to the fruits that you bear. Maybe you are currently of the opinion that what I’m saying isn’t true, because you are a Christian and you currently do not have good experiences in your Christian life. The truth is; the experiences of a man does not determine or define the power of God. God in His mercy, dominion, and power has given us all things and there is no limit to what God has given us. 

When God says He has given us something, then it means He has. Even if we can’t physically see what He has given to us, it doesn’t deny its existence. So as Christians, we should delight ourselves in the most precious gift that God has given to us which is Himself. We know that because we have God we have everything and that there is nothing in life that we cannot achieve. The only way to actually enjoy the gift God has given us is; to accept what He has given and live consciously of it. Interestingly, when we do that, our consciousness becomes the power that fuels the situations around us and we begin to see our life take a new dimension. Praise God!


God is our most precious gift, let’s live conscious of Him and His presence in our lives!


Holy Father! Blessed be your Holy name in all the earth. The kings of the earth and nations of the world bow to your majesty. I thank you for giving yourself to me, giving me access to you and giving me everything that you have. I live conscious of my gifts and take advantage of them from today in Jesus name. Amen!

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