THE REALITY OF ALTERNATIVE DESTINY - HEBREWS 11:23-26

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Dearly beloved,
 
Greetings of love in Jesus Name.
 
You are specially invited to the upcoming Anointed Feast Of God for Men: Annual God of Breakthroughs Convention (GOBC) 2019 with the theme: 

DIVINELY ASSISTED LIFE

Date: 30th June - July 7th  2019 (Sunday - Sunday).
Time: 6am-8am, 8am-10am,10am-12noon, 12-2pm and 5pm-8pm daily.
Venue: Dream Centre of LOIC Headquarters, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.
 
Ministering
Rev & Rev (Mrs) Olusola Areogun (Hosts)
Pastor Tunde Jaiyebo (Ibadan)
Rev Adeniyi Daniel (Abeokuta)
Rev Akinlolu Raphael (Ibadan)
Rev (Dr.) Francis Olonade (Modakeke)
Rev (Dr.) John Idowu (Ado Ekiti)
Rev (Dr.) John Akpami (Zaria)
Rev (Dr.) Lekan Babatunde (Ibadan)
 
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Come, all things are yours! Come, all things are ready!!!
 
Jesus is Lord!

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Just like Apostle Paul could have ended in his alternative destiny without discovering the real purpose behind his creation, Moses also would have ended in his alternative destiny. 
 
Moses refused to be called the son of the daughter of Pharaoh although that would have given him a right to the throne, but he chose to suffer affliction with the people of God. Why? It was because he esteemed the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt. Those were the words that showed how his hidden destiny was firing his passion and decision-making process. That was the same thing with Paul when he said, “And I advanced in Judaism beyond many of my contemporaries in my own nation… (Gal.1:14).” The reality of alternative destiny is one of the things that believers must fight against. Whether we pick different individuals in the Bible to analyse their journey or even look in our own lives today, the reality of possible alternative destinies is a potent risk which we need to guard against if we will fulfil our destinies. 
 
What is manifesting in some people’s lives is the alternative destiny. If we saw Paul as the next in line to be the chief Pharisee, we might have thought that it was a great achievement but it wasn’t because it would have been an alternative destiny. He could have lived and died as a chief persecutor of the Church and the Jews would have praised him and celebrated him, but God would have mourned him that he missed the purpose for which he was sent to the earth. Thank God that Paul found mercy and got it right eventually. 
 
PRAYER: Lord, I separate myself from every wrong passion and desire that can lead me into an alternative destiny in Jesus’ name. Amen!
 

BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Samuel 29:1-31:13, John 11:55-12:19, Psalm 118:1-18, Proverbs 15:24-26