Sunday, December 5, 2021

Hidden with Christ

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Colossians 3:3 (NET) For you have died and your life is hidden with Christ in God.

Uche observed that he was still very much bound by the powers that bound him before he came out for alter call to become born again. He could not understand why the promises the evangelist gave were not being fulfilled in his life. The evangelist promised that anyone who came out to accept Christ would be free from the bondage of darkness. But this was not the case with Uche. He started going from church to church, from vigil to prayer meetings, seeking spiritual liberty because he knew for sure that Jesus gives liberty.

He ended up in one church where the pastor asked to see him. This pastor knew by prophecy that Uche needed to see him in order for him to be free. After Uche had enumerated his ordeal, the pastor told him that he was still bound because he had not yet died to the old life. The only thing that changed in his life was that he was now going to church. He was still a liar, a cheat, a thief, and a fornicator.

Many believers claim the second part of today’s Bible verse while ignoring the first part. The reason why your life can be hidden in Christ is because you have died to the old life, and have awakened to the new life of Christ within you. The new life that now controls you can never be bound, but the old life controlled by the flesh ushers in demonic bondage. 

Go into today remembering that you have new life in Christ Jesus if you have accepted Him as your Lord and Savior, abide in Him and let His word abide in you.
Confession: I am dead to the old life of sin. The life that I now live is hidden in Christ in God. Jesus rules my life.
— Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Saturday, December 4, 2021

Living as Sons of Light

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Ephesians 5:8-10 (NET) for you were at one time darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Walk as children of the light – for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness, and truth – trying to learn what is pleasing to the Lord.

When Gerald was a child, he used to be very naughty. But when his parents were expecting visitors and they wanted all their children to be very well behaved especially him, his mother would call him aside and promise to give him some money for being good when the visitors are around. This always worked like a charm. Because of the financial incentive, even as a little boy, Gerald knew how to be good.

As an adult, whenever he wanted something from someone or to impress them, he knew how to act and sound good and kind, but being good and kind was not truly his nature even though he knew the expectations of that nature.

So when after accepting the Lord Jesus, he was taught by his discipler that as a child of light, one of the fruits of his life should be goodness, he knew exactly what it meant. He understood that for him now, being good and kind was not to be a guest attitude when he wanted to impress someone or get something out of them, it was now to be his way of life because he had received the divine nature that makes bad people good.

As Gerald started walking every day with this consciousness of being good, he realized that even though many times, being good was not convenient for the flesh, it was always refreshing to the spirit, and the more he acted in the divine nature of goodness and kindness, the more pleased the Holy Spirit within him was, and this translated to more inner joy and strength in his spirit.

After receiving the new life and the indwelling Holy Spirit, if we walk in our old sinful bad nature, the Holy Spirit [within us] is not pleased but grieved, and this would affect our inner joy and deplete our inner strength. But the more we consciously walk in the divine nature of goodness, righteousness, and truth, the Holy Spirit within us is pleased and He rejoices. This joy of the Lord within us will fill our hearts with joy and strengthen us.

Go into today remembering that the joy of the Lord is your strength. Let the words you say and the things you do be pleasing to the Lord. This is the source of your inner joy and peace.

Prayer Confession: As a child of God I walk in the divine nature. I am pleasing the Lord in all things, and fruitful in every good work.
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Friday, December 3, 2021

Pride sabotages

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James 4:6 (NET) But he gives greater grace. Therefore it says, “God opposes the proud, but he gives grace to the humble.”

Many of the workers in Mrs. Anderson's organization were very proud and it was now affecting the organization's reputation. The customer service left much to be desired, and the General attitude of her employees was an arrogant disposition. This happened because of certain human resource trainers that had taught them to "esteem yourself if you want others to esteem you", and many other such things that translated into a proud demeanor in unregenerate hearts.

Mrs. Anderson noticed this problem and tried to fix it by hiring another HR trainer but it didn't work. One morning after receiving yet another serious complaint because of the arrogant disposition of her staff, she was asking the Lord how to fix this problem when the Lord quietly reminded her of how He teaches His church humility - He teaches us by example.

She decided to start showing up in that particular office early every morning and work with the customer relations officers. She would attend to customers, help them carry their bags if necessary, be so polite and greet them with a bow, etc.

When her arrogant staff saw how humble their CEO was, most of them adjusted immediately and became really humble in their demeanor and in the way they related with customers. But Mrs. Anderson had no choice but to fire the staff who did not change despite her example.

The Lord Jesus taught us that the way of greatness in His kingdom is through service and humility, and He exemplifies it. The easiest and fastest way for a believer to receive the virtue of humility is by looking at the humility of the Lord Jesus: how despite his greatness, he humbled himself, became a man, and was even persecuted and killed by the very men he created. How he is so accessible to the lowliest of men.

Go into today remembering that pride is one of the few things in a person that can cause God to oppose him(see James 4:6, 1 Peter 5:5-6). Many people's problem is not their enemies attacking them, it is their pride sabotaging them and causing them to receive opposition from God instead of help.

Ask the Lord to help you fix your gaze on Him and inherit His virtues of humility and Gentleness(Matthew 11:29).
— Abraham Damilola Arigi


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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Evil Communication

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1 Corinthians 15:25 (NET) Do not be deceived: “Bad company corrupts good morals.”
After Gerald accepted the Lord Jesus, he was baptized and introduced to an entirely different way of life. His evil and sinful desires were no longer the controlling force of his life, and he discovered he was now free from within and had an inner joy and peace that words could not explain.

Even though his discipler had warned him to cut his ties with his former friends with whom he used to commit sins, he started hanging out with them again because he told himself that they did not have the power to influence him but he would rather influence them. He used to be their leader. He was deceiving himself by thinking he could continue his friendship with them and not be corrupted.

After several weeks of continuing his friendship with them, he came back to his senses one night while he was in a nightclub with them doing all the sinful things they used to do before. At that point, he realized he had gone back to how he used to be. He was sad because he really wanted to stay free. He went back to his discipler, repented, and was restored. He had now learned experientially that bad company truly corrupts good morals, that's not something the strongest-willed person can control.


One of the very potent deceptions of the devil today is that company and communication (and the content of what entertains you) do not really matter.

Today's Bible verse was taken from a section of the letter apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthian Christians. In that section, Apostle Paul was addressing a strange doctrinal belief that was becoming prevalent among the brethren in that city (read 1 Corinthians 15). One thing was clear, the brethren were being influenced by other sources of information that are contrary to the scriptures. They were communicating with sources of information that apostle Paul is now referring to as evil.

When a believer spends time regularly watching unwholesome programs on TV and thinks it doesn't matter, he is deceiving himself by not realizing that evil communication will corrupt his good morals. Remember, whatever entertains you enters you.

Go into today remembering to guard your heart with all diligence because out of it are the issues of life (see Proverbs 4:23).

Prayer: Ask the Lord to give you strength and wisdom to cut off from every source of evil communication and keep your mind stayed on Him.
Pray with Isaiah 26:3 (KJV): Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.
— Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Father, help me always remember that what entertains me enters me. Help me guard my heart with all diligence

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Make not provision for the flesh 2

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Romans 13:13-14 (NET) Let us live decently as in the daytime, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual immorality and sensuality, not in discord and jealousy. Instead, put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh to arouse its desires.

After Gabriel recovered spiritually, he was now more careful with the places he went to and the people he spent time with. He realized that putting on Jesus was a repellent to the wrong people. Everyone that came in contact with him now heard about Jesus; they heard the praise of Jesus and thanksgiving to God in His name; and knew that Gabriel was under the authority of the Lord Jesus.

Gabriel now had a simple rule: everywhere he knew that the Lord would not be in, he avoided such places. He avoided watching movies and having conversations he knew the Lord could not partake in.

It is impossible to put on a potent perfume and it would not be noticed by those who come close to you. It is impossible to put on the Lord Jesus and He will not be noticed by those who come close to you. The power of God answers to those whose nature has been transformed through their interaction with Jesus. Believers who still live like unbelievers would not know the power and glory of sonship (see 2 Corinthians 6:17-18), but will easily fall prey to seducing spirits.

Go into today remembering to put on the Lord Jesus Christ and make no provision for the flesh. Every time we make provision for the flesh, we put off the Lord Jesus to do that.

Prayer: Father, help me live a life permeated by the presence of the Lord Jesus. Deliver me from the power of the flesh, In Jesus' name. Amen
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Keep your lamp burning

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Luke 12:35-37 (KJV) Let your loins be girded about, and your lights burning; And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding; that when he cometh and knocketh, they may open unto him immediately. Blessed are those servants, whom the lord when he cometh shall find watching: verily I say unto you, that he shall gird himself, and make them to sit down to meat, and will come forth and serve them.

Henry went through some things that made him almost discouraged and give up his faith. His faith seemed waning and his joy in the Lord diminished, but because he was properly taught, he understood that all the devil was aiming at was to extinguish [the fire of] his faith. He thus strengthened himself with the remembrance of the hope of the Lord's coming and the glory that shall be revealed. Just like the Thessalonians were instructed to do(see 1 Thessalonians 4:18), Henry found encouragement in being focused on the hope of our calling(the resurrection of the dead and the glorious appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ).

In the midst of the raging storms, if you take that hope away from the believer, his faith will be extinguished. Faith is the substance of things hoped for. 

In the verses above, we see a call to alertness and keeping our fires burning. You cannot be alert and ready for the Lord's coming if your fire is not burning. This quickly reminds me of the Parable of the wise and foolish Virgins in Matthew 25:14-30. In order for the virgins to be ready for the coming of the bridegroom, their lamps needed to have oil and the fire burning.

In Isaiah 62:1, we see righteousness and salvation likened to a burning lamp. A believer whose fire is burning is one who is living the life and working the work. He is one who is not discouraged, weary or distracted, but one whose salvation continues to produce the attendant fruits. A believer whose light has gone out is one who has backslidden.

Go into today remembering that God does not give us warnings that are not necessary. There is the threat of many people's lights going out because of discouragement and distractions, but he that endures to the end shall be saved.

Prayer: Lord Jesus, please help me remain alert and keep my fire burning. Deliver me from discouragements and distractions. Amen. 
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Monday, November 29, 2021

Do Not Allow Sin To Grow

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James 1:15 (ESV) “Then desire when it has conceived gives birth to sin, and sin when it is fully grown brings forth death".

For about three and a half years Judas Iscariot was with Jesus, for all of these years he lusted after money. He sometimes helped himself with money from the purse (John 12:6) but when the little money from the purse could no longer satisfy him, the devil brought him a proposal on how to "hit it big". “Sell you boss" the devil whispered. Judas Iscariot yielded (Matt 26:14-26) and sold Jesus out. What he did brought him under a curse that led him to eternal damnation (Matthew 26:24).

Learn to control your desires, but if your desires have given birth to sin, don't let sin grow.

You will gain control over your desires by renewing your mind (Romans 12:2) through the word of God (Eph 5:26). You cut the life of sin short by confessing and forsaking it (John 1:9; Prob 28:13), but when sin is allowed to grow, it will produce death (see Romans 8:13).

If you refuse to confess and forsake your sins but condone and cover them, you will not have mercy (Prov 28:13), that is to say, you will be judged (condemned) because it is mercy that triumphs over judgment (James 2:13).

After you have confessed and forsaken a sin, watch out for the desire or desires that produced it, then constantly and vehemently combat such desires in the place of prayer using the appropriate scriptures until grace to control such desires has been supplied.

Go into today knowing that learning to subject your desires to the truth of the word of God is the secret to victory over sin.

Pray: Lord Jesus, help me to live victoriously over sin and death. Amen
—Dr. Emmanuel James

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Sunday, November 28, 2021

He Created All

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Colossians 1:16 (NET) For all things in heaven and on earth were created by him - all things, whether visible or invisible, whether thrones or dominions, whether principalities or powers - all things were created through him and for him.Before spiritual thrones were occupied by demonic beings, the Lord made them, and his plan was for them to be occupied by man. He also made angels. But a third of them fell and became beings of darkness. Man also fell and became flesh. Because of man’s fall, these thrones have been occupied by the fallen angels.

Hebrews 2:5 & 8 reveals that God's plan is for humankind to rule all things [created]. This is the plan that caused war in heaven because Satan wanted to take the position reserved for man and become ruler over all things. But as glorious as he was, he was created as an angel: a servant and not a son [heir]. His designation was not for his throne to be exalted above the stars (angels see Rev 1:20) of God. That was the designation of man (see 1 Cor 6:3, Heb 2:5, 8).

Since man fell and could not fulfill his eternal destiny, the Lord became like man who had become (flesh), so that He would fulfill this destiny, and we in Him might all fulfill it. He became the last Adam.

Think about how valuable and powerful a man in Christ is. He has been made alive and brought back into his eternal destiny. He is no longer going to end up as mere flesh but will be resurrected into the glorious destiny of God’s sons.

Go into today remembering that what we (Christians) have in Christ is much more valuable than all the wealth in the world. God wants to give us His kingdom (Luke 12:32). He wants to make us rule over all things; including the whole universe.

Prayer: Dear Lord, help me walk worthy of my calling and please you in all regards. Amen. (See 1 Thessalonians 2:12).
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Amazing Grace 1

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1 Timothy 1:7-9 (NET) They want to be teachers of the law, but they do not understand what they are saying or the things they insist on so confidently. But we know that the law is good if someone uses it legitimately, realizing that law is not intended for a righteous person, but for lawless and rebellious people, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for those who kill their fathers or mothers, for murderers

John Wesley was once asked how he so succeeded in preaching and getting so many people saved. He said when he rides into a community, he begins by teaching them the law of God for days. He said he would notice that the mood of the people would change and they would become uncomfortable because they are seeing how guilty they are. When he notices this, he would start introducing the gospel to them and revealing the grace of God and forgiveness of sin. Many of them would repent because, through the law, they are first made to understand how sinful they are and are thus delivered from all self-righteousness.

A self-righteous person cannot receive the grace of God. But through the law, we are delivered of all self-righteousness so we can receive the grace of God. The only person that can be guiltless under the law is the one who is walking in the spirit and bearing the fruit of the spirit, "[for] [a]against such there is no law" (see Galatians 5:22-23).

Just in case a person reads the laws of the Old Testament and believes that he is blameless because he has been able to keep the ten commandments, such a person needs to look at God's law in its most pristine form as presented by the Lord Jesus Himself. If you read Matthew 5-7 and see the law in its most pristine form, where Jesus gives us God's true standard of righteousness(without human adulteration), no one who is sincere would be guiltless if he has not found the grace supplied by the Holy Spirit. No one can claim he has never lusted or hated or used an improper word, or not retaliated when offended, etc.

After a person who has been feeling self-righteous under the old Testament comes to the New Testament and sees the law given by the Lord himself, he would be delivered from his self-righteousness and would be ready to receive God's grace.

I believe one reason many of us believers do not receive from God when we come asking for things we need is that we are self-righteous and ask God from that place of self-righteousness. But self-righteousness is as filthy rags before the Lord.

When you compare yourself with other people, you may become self-righteous, but when you compare yourself with God's perfect law of liberty, you cannot be self-righteous. And if you are appropriating the grace of the Lord to live a truly blameless life, you cannot be self-righteous but only thankful because you would acknowledge that without God's help, do not have the ability to keep God's law.

Go into today knowing that those who receive and appropriate God's grace are those who have been set free from all self-righteousness. Those who live by grace cannot be self-righteous. They cannot be judgmental of others that fall because they know that it is only by grace that they stand.

If you want to receive the grace of God to be forgiven of your sins and empowered to keep standing victorious, ask the Lord to forgive you for your sins. He has paid for your sins so that you can be forgiven when you accept Him as your Lord and Savior.
If you have already received the forgiveness of the Lord, go into today being full of thanksgiving and joy for God's unmerited favor that found you.

Prayer: Thank you Lord for arranging for me to be saved when I didn't even know anything. All I have to say is thank you.
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Friday, November 26, 2021

Make not provision for the flesh


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Romans 13:13-14 (NET) Let us live decently as in the daytime, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual immorality and sensuality, not in discord and jealousy. Instead, put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh to arouse its desires.

Gabriel used to be an alcoholic before he accepted the Lord Jesus. After he met the Lord Jesus, he vowed never to drink alcohol again. He kept this vow and was enjoying his growing relationship with the Lord until his cousin came visiting from another country and he had to spend a lot of time with him.

Because Gabriel's cousin was an unbeliever, he wanted them to visit clubs and bars together. Because Gabriel wanted to be a good host, he did not decline like he usually would have done. He followed his cousin a couple of times to the club, and on one of those nights, he took some alcohol, became drunk, and did some things he vowed never to do again. After all these and he came back to his senses, he regretted with tears. He ran to his pastor to confess what had happened. His pastor exclaimed, "oh, you gave room to the flesh". He then went on to explain to Gabriel that the flesh cannot be transformed but would ultimately be changed during the resurrection. Before then, we must ensure that we do not give it room.

No matter how high you go in the spirit, if you give room to the flesh for a moment, you will be shocked at how untransformed the flesh is, and how it seeks to colonize you. The flesh is an unrepentant rebel that must be perpetually mortified.

There are songs, environments, thoughts and imaginations, that if not quickly arrested would ultimately give room to the flesh. There are companies that if not severed, would give room to the flesh.

Go into today remembering that no matter how high you've gone, if you give the flesh a little room to dominate your soul, it would ultimately cause you to fall. Remember to guard your heart with all diligence. Watch out for the things that give room to the flesh, and cut them out of your life.

Prayer: I enjoy Christ's exceeding grace; I walk in the Spirit and please the Lord in all things. I give no room to the flesh; sin has no dominion over me. 
— Abraham Damilola Arigi

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Hidden with Christ

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