It’s Time for Great Spiritual Momentum (Morning)

TODAY’S RHEMA

Isaiah 60:1 Arise, shine; For your light has come! And the glory of the LORD is risen upon you.

Danny had been trying his best to restore his life. But to no avail. He tried to rise, settled things down but he kept repeating the same mistakes over and over again. He tried everything at his disposal but things wouldn’t work. He was desperate. But he remembered his friend’s invitation if things went ugly. “If you please, you can join me in attending the Sunday sermon in Keluarga Allah.” He was hesitant at first but then thought to himself: it doesn’t hurt to try. He put on his Sunday best attire and stepped into the church.

He enjoyed praising and worshiping. He felt his spirit was rejuvenated. When it’s time for a sermon by Ps. Obaja, he felt something new. Something unusual. He felt something warm but refreshing poured into his heart. When Ps Obaja talked about baptism, he caught this opportunity. Right after the sermon, he went to the nearest usher and asked for guidance. He was baptized and felt his life was restored new. He was overjoyed and accepted Jesus as his God and Savior, let Him take control of his new, restored life.

A perfect momentum doesn’t come twice. As well as spiritual momentum. It’s the perfect opportunity for Holy Spirit to manifest His power magnificently. It was the perfect time for Him to take action after 2.000 years. The greatest revival is now. Right here. This golden opportunity would not be repeated twice. Don’t waste it. Take your part in it and prepare yourself. Be a part of a new historical event.

REFLECTION

The time is now: GREATEST SPIRITUAL MOMENTUM.

APPLICATIONS

1. What is the sign of great spiritual momentum to happen?
2. Why does God choose this time?
3. How do you prepare yourself for this spiritual momentum?

TODAY’S PRAYER

“Good Father, we are grateful because You allow us to witness a great spiritual momentum. We want to take part in this historical event of new spiritual revival. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”

YEARLY BIBLE READING

Psalms 143-145
1 Corinthians 14:21-40