SUNDAY 24TH JUNE 2018 MORNING PRAYER DEVOTION
SCRIPTURE READING:- PSALM 124
TOPIC:- YOUR EVIL WATERS MUST DRY UP
TEXT:- JUDGES 5:21
The word of God identifies certain rivers or waters that pose obstacles to people in life; these rivers or waters must be dried up in order for life to go on smoothly. For example we have:
1. The Ancient Rivers. Ancient rivers represent obstacles that people face from their ancestral lineage. They are peculiar problems that plague virtually everyone from the same lineage, irrespective of where they reside, Judges 5:21.
2. The Proud Waters. This symbolizes problems that are stubborn and humiliating as the boast of Goliath against the army of Israel, Psalm 124:4-5.
3. The River of Tears. It is the problem that makes you cry day and night without any sign of help to come, Psalm 119:136.
4. The River of Bitterness. This occurs when the victim is overwhelmed with prolong and deep rooted problems that cause him bitterness and sorrow of mind, 1 Samuel 1:10.
5. The Rivers of Babylon. The word Babel means confusion. So to encounter this river means that confusion has been introduced into your life that could make you hang your harps, [meant for praises], Psalm 137:1.
When The Evil Waters Is Dried Up:
1. The journey of life will be safe, smooth and easy to every way-fairer.
2. Prophecies that were initially delayed will be fulfilled.
3. You can now build or start your projects on dry ground.
4. It is time to take up your prophetic mantle and confront your personal evil water.
If Elijah and Elisha went over their waters, I believe that you too can go over on dry ground and dry up your evil waters. 2 Kings 2:13-15.
1. Every unbroken curses of my father’s house hindering my total deliverance, break now, in the name of Jesus Christ.
2. Every picture, image or property representing me in marine kingdom,catch fire and burn to ashes, in the name of Jesus Christ.
3. Every dark water mounted as hindrance and blockage against my advancement in life, be wiped out by fire, in the name of Jesus Christ.
Happy Lord’s Day!