One of the things everyone must take seriously are the divine companions God has given you. They are part of your wealth and divine strategy for protection and preservation. The devil fights your godly cycle that God has given you. It is now your responsibility to protect every godly relationships He has arranged for you. The devil keeps some people away from their godly linkages so that he can attack them in the future.
In Genesis 13:8 -9
Abram said to Lot, “Let’s not have fighting between us, between your shepherds and my shepherds. After all, we’re family. Look around. Isn’t there plenty of land out there? Let’s separate. If you go left, I’ll go right; if you go right, I’ll go left.
God brought Lot into a covenant relationship with Abraham his Uncle, but he permitted people to cause a separation between them. You need to understand that God was blessing Lot for Abraham’s sake just as Laban confessed to Jacob that God has blessed him because of Jacob. Don’t let devil separate you from your blesser and helper. Whenever someone stops coming to Church, the devil is not after the pastor but the deserting member. You should embrace, nourish, preserve and pray for every linkage God has brought you into that can help you get the best of God at every turn.
God has arranged his kingdom in circles of relationships and divine linkages. It is part of wisdom to embrace the divine donation of God through these men and women in our lives. Godly linkages are meant to perform the role of strengthening, confirming God’s instructions and steps, protecting each other from attacks, fighting together, encouraging each other and standing by each other. The intention of God through these linkages cannot be over-emphasied. Do not allow the enemy to steal what God will bring to you through these relations. Also, know those God will allow you to link up with as they will form your fellowship of the anointing..
PRAYER: Lord, anoint my eyes to see every one you have ordained for me to link up with for life and destiny in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Job 8:1-11:20,, 1 Corinthians 15:1-28, Psalm 38:1-22, Proverbs 21:28-29