Today we shall move further by looking at some of the characteristics of God-given relationships in the life of a destiny carrier.
1. God will bring you into a relationship with people who have what you lack so that when they come into your life you become stronger and more powerful. He adds them to your life to make you better
1.The relationship will provide fellowship for you. They will come at the level of your spiritual operations e.g. God brings you into relationship with people that are going or have gone ahead of you to where you are going.
2.Such relationships are usually designed by God to meet your emotional and spiritual needs. They provide answers in the areas of your confusion.
3.They are designed by God to correct flaws in your life. Nobody is totally weak or totally strong, but God joins you to relationships that will complement your weaknesses and access your strengths. Marriages should be a joining of such.
4.God brings into your life relationships that will stand by and support you in times of danger and critical need.
The first thing you need to do to a God given relationship is to nurture it. If you don’t nurture and service it, you may end up losing it.
The second thing is to shield it from the attack of offenses. Offenses have purpose. They could be used of God to show you a relationship you must separate from. If there is a relationship that is continuously hurting you, God might be revealing to you a relationship that is dangerous to you. The relationships God brings into your life should make you stronger and fit for the purpose of God and not tear you apart.
Don’t join the company of people looking for easy roads. Any relationship you get involved with will open you and your family to supernatural flows somewhere, whether for positive influences towards destiny or negative influences against destiny.
PRAYER: Lord, I receive awareness in the spirit of every God ordained relationship in my life so as to nurture it, cherish it and protect it against the attacks of the devil in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Isaiah 6:1-7:25, 2 Corinthians 11:16-33, Psalm 54:1-7, Proverbs 23:1-3