Sunday, February 4, 2018


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Job 7:17 - 18 (AMP)
“What is man that You [should] magnify him [and think him important]? And that You are concerned about him? “And that You examine him every morning And try and test him every moment?

Lying on the operating table was a man whose life hung in the balance with a deadly tumor. Then came along the surgeon, who with his surgical and examination tools, removed the tumor under the theatre lights. The operation lasted for two hours and was a success. After waking up from surgery, the now relieved man was immensely grateful and sincerely thanked the surgeon for helping him have a second chance.

God visits us while we are yet sleeping and like the surgeon, He most times would find tumors and ugliness in our lives that many have died and not woken up from. He didn't allow us to perish like we deserve but instead showed us Love, Mercy, and Faithfulness (Psalm 103:8-12, Lamentations 3:22-23). These are some of His tools with which He visits and checks up on us every morning through the light of His Word.

One of the reasons people are ungrateful in life and wake up each day without a word of gratitude to God is because they do not know what He has done for them. While He is being mindful of them, they deliberately ignore Him (Psalm 115:12). It is pride and lack of respect if we wake up in the morning without acknowledging our earthly parents, how much more our heavenly Father?

Today, always remember each time you wake up, what Jesus has done for you, in giving you another chance to a new life and show Him your gratitude (Psalm 103:1-5).
-Chibo E.C.

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