Topic: Get Ready For The Wonders Of God – TREM’s Daily Devotional by Dr. Mike Okonkwo | Date: Monday, 23 April 2018.
Scripture: “And I will give this people favour in the sight of the Egyptians: and it shall come to pass, that, when ye go, ye shall not go empty:” (Exodus 3:21 KJV)
Get ready for the wonders of God. The wonders of God are those things that keep you astonished, surprised, overwhelmed or marvelled; they are remarkable things. After over 400 years of slavery, toiling and suffering at the hands of the Egyptians, God fulfilled the promise He made to Abraham and delivered the Israelites by His strong and mighty hand. However, it didn’t just end there – He ensured that all the years of toiling were repaid. He did not allow His people to leave Egypt empty-handed. That is why I know that whatever was denied you, or stolen from you, not only will God grant you deliverance, He will also restore you. God will indeed do great and mighty things in your life.
Our text today says “And I will give these people favour in the sight of the Egyptians and when you go, you shall not go empty”. This season, you will not go empty. Get ready, there is a wealth transfer coming your way. Money is coming into your hands. God is raising end-time Kingdom financiers, and you are amongst them. Just keep doing what you are supposed to do. Don’t be afraid, just keep going. Something powerful is coming your way. God is releasing favour for uncommon financial breakthrough. Pack your bags, the time for advancement is now.
All barriers, roadblocks and speed limits that the enemy has put on your pathway to progress and prophetic destiny are dismantled supernaturally. Whatever has caused delay in your life, is terminated in Jesus’ name. You will recover all. Your gates shall be open continually. Your gates will never be shut day and night because the forces of the Gentiles are coming to you. This year, you will sing a new song. I bless you today in the name of the Lord.
Further Reading: Psalm 114, Psalm 136
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- 2 Samuel 16-18; Evening- Luke 17:20-37