Some people will assume that they are not supposed to do anything but you have to add God’s power to your natural efforts. If a man is looking to have a child but can’t because of low sperm count, God doesn’t need more than one sperm from him to fertilise his wife. It is the doctor that knows and needs about 10 million sperms to be available before one of the 10 million can fertilise the egg. They may say that a man’s sperm is weak but God says His power will come upon that man to make that weak sperm strong enough to impregnate his wife. It is the same thing that the man had done before but God’s power is added to his effort now.
When you go to the library as a student to read, connect to the power of God by your faith. You are going to read like you always read but somehow you will find out that you understand better as if the author is seated inside your brain. Most times, people assume they won’t do anything. That is an injection of thought from the devil. When a student goes to see a diviner to help him and the diviner gives him a handkerchief to rub his face in the exam hall for answers to appear, they are fed with the lie that they don’t need to read. If it works like that, why is the son of that diviner not going to school to use the same handkerchief? This is where most Christians fail because they refused to find out what they are supposed to do to cooperate with Heaven to bring divine power upon their natural efforts. You need to find out what you are supposed to do to make God’s power work with you.
Bible faith is always connected to the power of God. So, whatever you are doing now, once you have activated your faith, you will get connected to the power of God. Like a fan connected to a power source, you can only increase or decrease the speed of the manifestation of your results, or switch it off by what you do or say.
PRAYER: Lord, I cooperate intelligently with Heaven today to bring divine power upon all my efforts in every department of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Joshua 15:1-63; Luke 18:18-43; Psalm 86:1-17; Proverbs 13:9-10