Psalms 91:7 (NKJV)A thousand may fall at your side, And ten thousand at your right hand; But it shall not come near you.
When the economic recession in Nigeria started, Nnamdi was afraid that he was going to be greatly affected by it because of the nature of his business. He remembered the word of God in today’s Bible verse and decided that he would believe it and live in that reality. One thing he made up his mind he was never going to do was to complain about the bad economy like everybody else did. He would say ‘it is a good economy for me, it is not bad’. That was exactly what he experienced.
When some of his major clients defaulted on payments because they could no longer afford to pay, Nnamdi insisted that he was not going down with the economy. Because of his faith and resolve, the Lord gave him the wisdom to become even more profitable than he had ever been. He became wealthier even in the recession.
What you believe and say about yourself is very important. The power of life and death is in the tongue (Prov 18:21). Your mouth confesses what your heart believes. And your heart will come to believe what you often say with your mouth.
The promise of God in today’s Bible verse has been freely given to you in Christ. You must activate it by faith and expect to see it manifest in your life.
Go into today remembering that you are not ordinary. You are the apple of God’s eye (Zech 2:8). Even if thousands around you are falling, it will not come near you.
Confession: Evil shall not come near me. I am not a victim but a victor in life. I am a winner in life and my light shines. Hallelujah!
—Abraham Damilola Arigi
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