Kadosh-Doxa-Exousia (Set apart for His Glory and Power)


Friday, 28th February 2020

Psalms 16:11 – You make known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand.

Sometimes we get up in the morning and think, “I don’t feel like reading my Bible today.” “I’m too tired to pray”. But once you develop the habit and see the benefit of how you feel refreshed and restored, make better decisions, and have God’s favor, you’ll think, I can’t afford not to do this. Spending time with God is that vital to living a victorious life.

The Scripture says that in God’s presence there is fullness of joy, fullness of peace, fullness of victory. That’s where you’re refreshed and restored. Take time to invest in your spiritual well-being by sitting quietly in God’s presence, praying and studying His Word.

When you get alone with God, the rest of your day will go much better. All through the day, meditate on God’s promises. Put on some good praise music. Put God first and you won’t be able to contain all the good things He will bring across your path.

Father, thank You that I can come into Your presence right now because Jesus has made a way for me. Thank You for the privilege of spending time with You and reading Your Word. Speak to my heart and show me the path for my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Written by: Nfor Lorater

His Love Is Great


Kadosh-Doxa-Exousia (Set apart for His Glory and Power)


Thursday, 27th February 2020

Romans 5:8 – But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

A lot of people live with an “I think God loves me” mentality because they base it on their performance. “I went to church last weekend. I was kind to my neighbor. I think God loves me.”

Sometimes we’re trying to clean ourselves up, trying hard to be good enough, and then we’ll believe that God really loves us. The problem with this approach is that when we make mistakes, when we get off course, when we don’t perform perfectly, we think God changes His mind about us.

Take the pressure off. God loves you right now with a great love. It isn’t an “I think” love or a conditional love. The apostle Paul says that nothing can separate us from the love of God. Nothing you’ve done has changed God’s love. There’s nothing you can do to make God love you any less. It’s a gift. Just receive it by faith.

The Bible tells us God loved us while we were still sinners. It goes further to add that, He loved us so much that He sent His one and only son, Jesus Christ to pay the price of our sinful ways and that whosoever believes in Him will not perish.

God loves us so greatly, not because of anything we have done but because in His very nature, He is LOVE.

Father, thank You that I never have to wonder about Your unconditional love for me because You’ve proven it through Jesus’ death on the cross. I believe that your love for me is truly unconditional. I just want to love You more. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Written by: Nfor Lorater

Daily Devotional: A FRUITFUL LIFE



Kadosh-Doxa-Exousia (Set apart for His Glory and Power)

Wednesday, 26th February 2020

John15:5 – “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.

The best decision you can ever make in your life is to live your life with God at the center. This is the essential first step to living a fruitful life.

The key to experiencing a fruitful life every day is to grow in your relationship with God. Scripture talks about how life with God is like a tree and its branches. When a branch is connected to the tree, it receives nourishment and life and produces fruits. We have to stay connected to God so we can receive His strength and be empowered to accomplish all that He has for us.

In any relationship, growth happens over time. God doesn’t expect you to be perfect. He just wants you to keep moving forward with Him one step at a time. No matter what is going on in your life, keep making time for Him so that your relationship can grow strong and stronger, and you can walk in the fullness of His blessings and live a fruitful life.

Father, thank You that every day I can live my life with You at the center and grow in my relationship with You. Thank You for planting me by the streams of Your living water where my leaves will never run dry and I can produce fruits in season and out of season. I look forward to the abundance of fruits You are producing in my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Inspired Writer: Nfor Lorater



Kadosh-Doxa-Exousia (Set apart for His Glory and Power)


Tuesday, 25th February 2020

Isaiah 43:18 -19 – “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.

We’ve all had negative things happen to us. People did us wrong, a loved and trusted friend disappointed us, someone betrayed us, we’re being unjustly accused, etc.

It’s easy to go through life carrying offenses, trapped in self-pity, blaming ourselves and others. Because we’re always looking back, reliving the negative, we end up carrying around emotional baggage that weighs us down. One of the best things you can learn to do is to forgive and drop it. Whether it happened twenty years ago or twenty minutes ago, don’t carry negative baggage from yesterday into today. Now do your part, firgive and let it go.

Past hurts occurred once. Don’t let them continue to hurt you by always thinking about them. As long as you’re dwelling on the past, you’re going to miss “the new things” God wants to do. You need to be looking forward to new beginnings. But God will not release new opportunities as long as you’re reliving old hurts and old failures.

Father, thank You that I can be free from all the negative baggage that comes from carrying past offenses, guilt, and blame. Help me to treat the past as the past and to be quick to forgive, that it’s over. I look forward to the new things You’re doing in my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Writer: Nfor Lorater



Kadosh-Doxa-Exousia (Set apart for His Glory and Power)


Monday, 23th February 2020

1 Samuel: 30. 6. And David was greatly distressed; for the people spoke of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God.

We see King David here in a big mess. His wives and children have just been taken away as war prisoners, and all the women and children of his kingdom. His men have even turned against him and threatened to kill him.

Many times we find ourselves in a similar situation. Confusion, depression, threat and all the world’s pressure is on us. What really matters is not the situation you’re facing, but your reaction to that situation. Many turn to alcohol, or to a friend (who may make things worse), others to native doctors, bribery, prostitution, stealing, etc. That’s a huge blonder.

At times like that when all things seem to be going down, you just need to remember what His Word says and get encouraged. He says cast your cares unto me, for I care for you. Come and He’ll give you rest. I’m not saying that will make the problem suddenly disappear. But it will help you maintain your cool so you can clearly identify the solution He (the Lord) is bringing to you.

Just like David, after encouraging yourself in the Lord, next thing is to seek divine direction on what to do concerning the problem. And God will surely give you victory.

God is waiting on you to turn to Him in that situation; not by grumbling or complaining, but by calling on HIM. He’s the only true solution to that problem. Be encouraged!
Have a blessed week!

Almighty God, the mighty man in battle, the one who never sleeps nor slumbers, Father I bless you. Lord help me find solace in your promises and to seek you always for direction when things seem to be falling apart. In Jesus name, Amen.

Power At Work

We are created and endowed beyond our comprehension if you ask me. There is power at work in us either for good or evil. If the power at work in you is evil then negative thoughts will manifest in bad occurrences. If the power at work in You is good then your thoughts will bring positive things to fruition

“Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us,”
‭‭Ephesians‬ ‭3:20‬ ‭KJV‬‬

What are you asking? What are you thinking? Which power is at work in you?

Lord Jesus do your mighty works in my life and family this day again in Jesus name