The devotionals are spiritual or religious texts or materials used to meet God for blessings. A lot of people are looking for devotional guides that can help them through the exercise concerning the topics and Bible verses to study which will direct them to blessings. Daily Devotional guides have come to bless people in the world as we shall be providing powerful topics with inspirational Bible guides from the particular Book in the Bible. Each devotional will cover two weeks. To recognize the current one, you should note the Bible we study and the date of publishing. This guide is for two weeks.
Day 1: God watches out for you
“But God came to Abimelech in a dream one night and said to him, “You are as good as dead because of the woman you have taken; she is a married woman”. Genesis 20: 3.
What the Psalmist said about “The Lord is his shepherd, he shall not lack” simply means the Lord is his watchman, and he will surely be protected. As a Christi6+an, know that you can neither keep nor protect yourself because God Himself is your watchman who can keep you safe amidst all odds… Read Genesis 20: 2-7 to develop the message further.
Day 2: Never limit God’s power.
“And when God had me wander from my father’s household, I said to her, this is how you can show your love to me: Everywhere we go, say of me, He is my brother.” Genesis 20: 13.
No matter our love for God, certain temptations are difficult to resist, thereby leading us to limit the efficiency of God’s power in our life. Abraham, the hero of faith displayed an act of faithless life by limiting the power of God. God instructed Abraham to leave his own father’s country to a foreign land… Read Genesis 20: 9-13 to develop the message further.
Day 3: Rewards of Being God’s Own.
“Then Abraham prayed to God, and God healed Abimelech, his wife, and his slave girls so they could have children again.” Genesis 20: 17”.
You are being called out of darkness into God’s marvelous light the moment you profess Jesus Christ as the Saviour of your life with the mouth. Anybody that seeks to do God’s will always have a great reward from God… Read Genesis 20: 14-18 to develop the message further.
Day 4: God remembers you.
“Sarah said, “God has brought me laughter, and everyone who hears about this will laugh with me”. Genesis 20: 6
We have been receiving different prophecies from different men of God. Affirming to us that our future is bright, we will have our children; we will not die in that ailment; we will get married; we will be celebrated yet it seems nothing is showing forth… Read Genesis 20: 1-7 to develop the message further.
Day 5: Do not help God.
“But God said to him, “Do not be so distressed about the boy and your maidservant. Listen to whatever to what Sarah tells you because it is through Isaac that your offspring will be reckoned”. Genesis 21: 12
After God has promised both Abraham and Sarah for many years and it seemed nothing was happening. Sarah raised the motion that Abraham should go and sleep with her slave Hagar and Abraham supported the motion… Read Genesis 21: 8-13 to develop the message further.
Day 6: God cares for you.
“Then God opened her eyes and she saw a well of water. So, she went and filled the skin with water and gave the boy a drink.” Genesis 21: 14-20
Hagar, the Egyptian servant of Abraham and Sarah was sent out of her mistress’ house together with her son because Ishmael her son was making fun of Isaac her mistress’ son. She provided us with little food and water and was sent our… Read Genesis 21: 14-20 to develop the message further.
Day 7: God paved the way for Abraham.
“At that time Abimelech and Phicol the commander of the forces said to Abraham, “God is with you in everything you do”. Genesis 21: 22
Take note of the following things in the life of Abraham that made God pave the way for him and that made a whole king and his army commander affirmed that God was with him in all he did. Abraham was obedient. He set out when God asked him to do so. He also walked with a high level of sincerity… Read Genesis 21: 21-43 to develop the message further.
Day: 8 God requires total obedience.
“Early the next morning Abraham got up and saddled his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When h had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he asset for the palace God had told him about”. Genesis 22: 3
After Abraham had waited on the Lord for many years concerning the issue of his wife’s barrenness and had that God had answered their prayers. God told Abraham to take his only son Isaac whom he loved and offered him as a burnt offering in the Land Moriah… Read Genesis 22: 1-4 to develop the message further.
Day 9: A response of faith
“Abraham answered; God himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering, my son”. And two of them went on together?” Genesis 22: 8
The Bible text today stated the necessity of faith that is made in our Christian journey here on earth. It is the faith that made us believe in an unseen God that He exists. It is the faith that makes us pray to an unseen God and have hope that our prayers will be answered. It is the faith that made us believe in a written word called the Bible… Read Genesis 22: 5-8 to develop the message further.
Day 10: God does not despise a strong faith.
“Abraham looked up and there in a thicket, he saw a ram caught by its horns. He went over and looked the ram and sacrificed it as a burnt offering instead of his son”. Genesis 22: 13.
Yesterday, we examined the necessity of faith in our day-to-day activities as Christians. We spoke about the response of a father to his son which revealed evidence of faith. Today, we shall examine God’s reaction to faith… Read Genesis 22: 9-14 to develop the message further.
Day 11: Obedience brings God’s blessings.
“And through your offering, all nations on earth will be blessed because you have obeyed me”. Genesis 22: 15-19.
Abraham in today’s text is an example of obedience to God’s word in Genesis 22:16. Then God began to pronounce blessings on him. Abraham received abundant blessings because he obeyed God… Read Genesis 22: 15-19 to develop the message further.
Day 12: Is your lineage together?
“Sometime later, Abraham was told, Milcah is also a mother; she has borne sons to your brother Nahor”. Genesis 22: 20
We are expected to be in unity with our family members; we should maintain peace with our nuclear, and extended family members and must be ready to carry out Godly responsibility as one of the as one of the family members. Christians today separate themselves from their lineage because they have become wealthy and famous… Read Genesis 22: 20-21 to develop the message further.
Day 13: Doing what is right.
So Ephron’s field in Machpelah near Mamre – both the field and the cave in it, and all the trees within in the borders of the field – was deeded”. Genesis 23: 17.
An improper burial is equivalent to a curse during Abraham’s time. Abraham was a foreigner when Sarah died and he looked for a place to bury her. Their habitats of the land offered to help him because he was a well-respected man… Read Genesis 23: 12-20 to develop the message further.
Day 14: Doing God’s will strictly.
“If the woman is unwilling to come back with you, then you will be released from this oath of mine. Only do not take my son back there”. Genesis 24: 8.
Abraham demonstrated the quality of a good father in today’s passage. He was a father who led his family along in observing and keeping God’s ordinances. He managed his family well. When it was time for Isaac to get married, Abraham did not want his son to marry the daughters of the Canaanites… Read Genesis 24: 4-8 to develop the message further.
Day 15: Devoted prayers are answered speedily.
“Drink my lord, she said, and quickly lowered the jar to her hands and gave him a drink.” Genesis 24: 18
Eliazar Abraham’s servant asked God for guidance concerning the task his master sent him to carry out. It was glaring that Eliazar had learned much about faith and God from his master. As a Christian, what can the people around you learn from you? Strive to be like Abraham who set an example of… Read Genesis 24: 12-20 to develop the message further.
It is recommended that you pray as the Holy Spirit leads after the study of the Bible and explanation of the Biblical texts before you close for the day.