Your daily devotional by Dag Heward-Mills (29th September, 2014)

Posted: September 29, 2014 in Advice, Bible, Bible Commentary, Christianity, Daily Inspiration, Devotional, Inspirational, Leadership, Quiet Time, Religion, Words Of Wisdom, Worship

September 29, 2014


Dag Heward-Mills

READ: Luke 7:36-48

Let him that is taught in the word communicate unto him that teacheth in all good things.

Galatians 6:6

The Bible says that a gift makes room for a man (Proverbs18:16). Any gift you give to a man of God provokes the anointing. I try never to miss an opportunity to bless a man of God.

You have just read about the woman with the alabaster box. She gave an expensive gift to Christ. Judas complained when the gift was given to Christ. He said, “This money should have been put in the offering or given to the poor.”

This woman received her blessing, not because she put some money in the offering, but because she ministered to the man of God himself. I encourage you to bless your pastor. Galatians 6: 6, teaches us to give to them who have taught us.

It is our duty to minister back to them in carnal things. Do not be over-spiritual. Do not try to be wiser than God.

Do you remember the testimony of Isaac? When Isaac was dying, he called his children and said, “I want to bless you.”Isaac said to his first born son Esau, “Make me the food I love and bring it to me. When I eat and am blessed, my soul will bless you before I die” (Genesis 27:4).

What was happening here? Why could not Isaac just bless his son and die? Isaac knew that if his son ministered to him it would provoke the true blessing from a father to a son.

Dear Christian friend, this principle is still true today.Giving directly to the man of God is a principal key to divine provision in your life.


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