CULTIVATE THE LIFE OF A DANIEL - Daniel 1:8-21

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Becoming a Daniel is all about having the life of Daniel. This is not something achieved overnight but involves imbibing a different culture, integrating and working it into your life. You must get your mandate correctly. Always seek how you can apply your mandate to your world. Not only did Daniel excel physically, he knew his mandate and made it known in his world. Even in the face of opposition, he upheld the mandate of heaven.

Occultic people practice their instructions very well, but Christians are not ready for this end-time onslaught and battle. If you watch Hollywood and Nollywood movies, you'll find how they are popularizing too many themes that God forbade men to be involved with. I’ve watched some men portrayed as Christians that were interviewed on global Christian television programmes. When I checked the films they produced, I found reincarnation, eastern theology, and things like that, and I often wonder why they are projecting these men on Christian television because that will lure many young Christians after such acts. 

The Daniel Company members are men that are knowlegable in the things of God; they understand the things of God very well. The mandate for Daniels is to introduce Christianity to displace and replace occultism everywhere it is entrenched. Everywhere Christianity has been ejected by occultism, the Daniels are to bring Christianity back there. The devil is trying to make occultism a substitute for Christianity in the world to answer human problems.

 

PRAYER: Lord, I receive grace and strength to uphold your mandate in my world to displace and replace every anti-God agenda.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Jeremiah 12:1-14:10, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-2:8, Psalm 79:1-13, Proverbs 24:30-34

 


 


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