The more divine relationships you have, the higher your potential to fulfill your divine destiny will be. Relationships must be entered correctly, valued and treasured, not trivialized.
There are nice people that can be enemies of your destiny. Most times, good is the enemy of right. Don’t just go for good relationship but right relationship. What is good most times deals with your circumstances today but what right relationship deals with is what is right for your future and destiny.
This is one of the ways to recognize divine relations. Example here is Aaron and Moses. Aaron here was a divine linkage for Moses as a mouth piece to Moses who will be to Aaron as a prophet. This is a product of divine arrangement. When Aaron met Moses, he was glad; this was a sign of divine initiative. Other examples include Abraham and Lot, Jonathan and David.
Note that there are relationships that will be both natural and divine but you must be careful not to enter into familiarity and despise in such. You cannot be more successful than how you manage relationships in your life. You must learn how to protect your relationships from negative pressures in life.
Watch out for relationships in destiny that have a natural and divine side.
A.Esther and Mordecai: Mordecai was an Uncle to Esther, but there was a divine side to that natural relationship which Esther treasured.
B.Abraham and Lot: The major undoing of Lot was his despise of Abraham and he could not see that God was blessing him for the sake of Abraham.
The caution is this; don’t let natural purpose interfere with what God wants to do in you through the linkages in your life. Is it possible that the Lord may be blessing you now because of someone in your life? It may be your wife, your pastor or your new business partner who is rightly anointed for you. Treasure those relationships and protect them from any attack of the devil.
Prayer: Father, I bring every relationship in my life that is a divine linkage for my destiny under the blood of Jesus. I receive grace and wisdom to protect and treasure them in Jesus’ name. Amen.