13 March 2024: PROMISES OF THE COVENANT (1) – Genesis 39:2-5; 41:41

God’s Covenant promises that you are going to be a ruler in a strange land and that is your destiny as a covenant child of God. It does not matter the land you are in. Your destiny is to be a ruler in a strange land. To become a landowner and a possessor in a strange land. You are not a slave in a strange land! Many Nigerians that go overseas just go there as a slave in a strange land. If you are a Nigerian that goes overseas, that is okay, but if you are a Christian that goes overseas, you are a ruler in a strange land.

The Bible says, “And the LORD make thee the head, and not the tail” (Deut. 28:13). Do you know the difference between the head and the tail? The head is what determines how the body is going to go, while the tail is the one that carries out its decisions. Have you ever seen a tail decide anything for the body? And there are people today that all their life from generation to generation, they have been carrying out instructions. There is nothing that deceives you more about your status than high-flying jobs that only positions you as one that receives instructions perpetually. So, be sure you carry the covenant and manifest your destiny as a leader.

The covenant is a difference-maker; it is a distinguishing factor.

It distinguished Joseph even when he was in the prison. Don’t allow your circumstance to define who you are. Once you are a child of God, you are a covenant carrier.

PRAYER: I connect to my portion in destiny as a ruler in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Numbers 19:1-20:29, Luke 1:1-25, Psalm 56:1-13, Proverbs 11:8


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