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28/11/2020 03:00 - 29/11/2020 02:00

“Go to the ant you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise; it has no commander nor overseer or ruler, yet it stores its provision in summer and gathers its food at harvest” - Prov 6:6-8 (NIV)

Every life will have its moments of up and down, just as all nations go through economic cycles including recession. The best way to manage those periods of scarcity is to plan for the lean seasons, through the habit of saving.

When the ancient nation of Egypt underwent a severe time of famine it was able to prosper unlike others because it had saved grain for the lean times (Genesis 41:29- 36). This had been able because God had revealed to Joseph the drought to come who then shared with Pharaoh the meaning of his difficult dreams.

Saving is therefore an old Biblical principle. There will be high times in the life of every believer. Do not use those times carelessly and take to the habit of living like there is no tomorrow. Saving will enable you pass through successfully such lean times.

Prayer for today: Lord Father in heaven today I pray in the mighty name of Jesus of Nazareth that I know the power of saving so as to help me pass successfully through those lean times!

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    Philosophers and writers have long pointed out that without hope mankind would long be gone. The philosopher Victor Frankly who survived the Holocaust where he lost his entire family found hope was the most important weapon that enabled him come out alive. He wrote, “He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how!”
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    King David when he was being pursued by his enemies never lost hope. “For you have been my hope, sovereign Lord, my confidence since my youth” (Psalm 71:5). The Apostle Paul who faced countless perilous times during his missionary journeys including jail and shipwrecks never lost hope. Writing to the Corinthians he reminded them, “He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us, as you help us by your prayers” (2 Cor 1:10-11).

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    Prayer for today: Lord Father God of Abraham, maker of heaven and earth, today I pray in the wonderful name of Jesus that the hope I have in you lifts me up and sustains me in all situations as a conquer, in whose name I pray.