BIBLE READING: PSALMS 1:1-6
“You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy; At Your right hand are pleasures forevermore. Psalm 16:11(NKJV).
Your world is created inside you before you reproduce what you have created outside. It is what you have become inside you that you eventually become outside. You cultivate your greatness from your inside until it manifests outside, not the other way round. You need the right environment that helps cultivate the greatness you carry inside you. One of them is that atmosphere of God’s presence. Because you came from God, you are at your very best when you are in His Presence. When you understand this truth, you will deliberately and routinely create this atmosphere of God’s presence everywhere you have to function or operate in.
This is why you need to pray before you do anything that you want to succeed. You pray in the night in order to fill the day with the Presence and Anointing of God; you pray with your family to bring the covering of God upon them and activate the guidance of the Holy Spirit in all their undertakings; you pray at work to be guided in your bargains and for increased creativity and productivity; you pray as you travel for the protection of the angels and for ordered footsteps that will meet with divine provisions and success.
You need to create the atmosphere of God’s Presence every time and everywhere. That is why you need to pray; that is why you need to share fellowship with brethren; that is why you need to render worship to God both privately and publicly.
The Presence of God is our advantage that makes the difference. If you want to prosper in all you do, be deliberate and intentional in cultivating His Presence daily and work in that atmosphere where all things are possible.
• Pray for open heaven over you and your family.
• Pray for constant open heaven over your church, your workplace, your State and your Nation.
• Reaffirm that the Lord will never leave you nor forsake you.
I delight in God’s word. On it I meditate night and day; that it may take root in me and bear fruit.