Monday, January 23, 2017


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Rev 3:14-15  [NET]
14 "To the angel of the church in Laodicea write the following: "This is the solemn pronouncement of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the originator of God's creation.

Kandra found it very difficult to believe that the man she met at the reception was the CEO of that big company she visited. He didn’t have any air of pride around him, was very polite and gave her directions when she asked for the HR department.

Shola: I think you have met our CEO. I just saw you talking with him on my security video feed.

Kandra: No way! That man I talked to was a receptionist. He told me how to get here.

Shola: he is indeed our CEO. You see, on some Mondays like this, he leaves his office on the top floor and goes to any of the lower departments to work. He says this helps him to better understand all the units of production.

Kandra became uncomfortable and even nervous. She still did not fully believe Shola until the next time she visited the company, and this time she saw the CEO in all his glory.

It has been very hard for many to accept that Jesus is God come in the flesh because of the way He came and lived humbly among us. For many, when they will realize this truth, it would be too late to accept the salvation, peace and divine glory He came to restore to mankind.

In today’s Bible text, we see the Lord, introducing himself as the originator of God’s creation. It is only through Him that you can fellowship with the Father and receive power to fulfill your glorious eternal destiny.

Go into today thanking the Lord for coming to help you. Pray for your loved ones who do not yet know Him.
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