Friday, May 26, 2017


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Psalm 91:5 (KJV)
Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day

When Seun got to the town she was posted to for her Country’s Youth Service Corps, because she had never been to that part of the country and didn’t know her way, she got to the town in the middle of the night.

She had heard very scary stories about how dangerous that little town was at night, but she was not afraid because she knew she was under God’s protection. This was when there were no mobile phones.

When she started getting afraid, she prayed a simple prayer to the Lord; asking God to help her get to her destination safely.

Minutes after she stepped out of the bus, a taxi parked next to her, and a kind looking old man (who was the taxi driver) asked her why she was all alone in such a place at that time of the night. After explaining everything to him, he offered to take her to the secondary school of her destination. Somehow she trusted this old man and entered his car. He drove her straight to the house of the principal of the school, and told the principal that she was the corps member they had been expecting. Seun thought the principal and the taxi driver knew each other very well, but days later, she discovered that the taxi driver was not known by anyone in the town. Surprisingly, even the other taxi drivers who all knew each other didn’t know him.

Seun couldn’t help but conclude that she was helped by an angel.

Go into today remembering that those who dwell in the secret place of the most high have no reason to be afraid even in the most dangerous places. God would send angels to physically help you if need be (see Psalm 91:11).
-Pst. SD Abraham

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