YOU WILL CROSSOVER

Israelites were afraid of going to possess the Promised Land. But here Moses assures them that they can do it despite the giants in the land. This is the assurance for us as we prepare to enter into the new year. You will crossover.

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Devotion for Saturday December 31, 2016

Topic: YOU WILL CROSSOVER                          

Text: Deuteronomy 9:1 – 6                            

The people of Anak were enormous people, some seven to nine feet tall. Goliath, probably a descendant of Anak, was over nine feet tall (1 Samuel 17:4–7). Unfortunately, these great men used their stature as a means of intimidation rather than for noble causes. Their appearance alone frightened the Israelite scouts (Numbers 13:28), and their bad reputation may have been the deciding factor that kept the Israelites out of the land 40 years earlier. Moses used all his persuasive power to convince his people that God could handle these bullies. He used the illustration of God as a devouring fire to motivate them because no giant can stand up against Him.

As this year rounds off today, many of us are apprehensive of what will happen in the New Year. The bills to pay and the uncertainties that lie ahead are like the people of Anak unto some of us. However, God is saying to us today that we will crossover to the New Year and posses all the good things He has packaged for us. Jesus gave us encouraging words in John 14:1, 27. You shouldn’t be fearful of what holds in the New Year neither should you be afraid of not seeing the New Year. God will remove ever obstacle on your way. See you in 2017. Happy New Year in advance!

Food for Thought: Deuteronomy 11:22 – 24

Memory verse: Deuteronomy 9 verse 1

Prayer: Lord, thank you because my future is in your hands. Lead me into what you have purposed for me in Jesus name.

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