MFM Daily Devotional 16 November 2018

MFM Daily Devotional 16 November 2018

TOPIC: Who Are Your Journey Partners

FIRE SCRIPTURE: Matthew 8:23-27

MEMORY VERSE: “The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” – Psalms 27:1


To travel is to embark on a journey; it is to make a trip. Man embarks on different kinds of journey in life. There is journey from the womb of a mother to when one goes back to the creator. In between, there are other journeys such as academic journey, marital journey, career journey etc. In every one of these journeys, there are co-travellers, because you are not meant to travel alone. Life is all about relationship with God and with other people. Esau was a co-traveller with his younger brother Jacob; Sarah carried Isaac in her womb in his journey to life. During our secondary school days, for example, some of us had friends, but unfortunately many got initiated into occultism and witchcraft through some of those friends.

There are some people we should not meet let alone have as friends. Some are out to influence you negatively. The people you call friends can either help you on your journey or delay you. Therefore those that you call friends must be checked. The crises many of us are experiencing today may be due to the type of people we associated with in the past. Many marital journeys have turned out to be satanic, occult and disastrous. Many people have destroyed their careers and business because of the negative colleagues they had in their journeys. The financial failures you are experiencing today may be due to the type of co-travellers you had in your career journey.

From the Fire Scripture, we need to compare two different journeys (a) Jesus in the ship and (b) Jonah in the ship. There are differences in these two journeys. When you have Jesus in the ship, you have a helper, saviour, comforter, strength, anointing, angels, faith, grace, favour, Holy Spirit, safety, life, courage, confidence, love, promotion, achievements and boldness, to mention a few.

However, with a Jonah in your ship, you will have curses, affliction, fear, failure, unfriendly friends, spirit of not available for God’s use, antagonism, disaster, doubt, disobedience, stubbornness, spirit of ‘I’ etc. Beloved, it is very important that you begin to choose your co-travellers prayerfully henceforth. But before then, you have to disconnect yourself from every Jonah in the boat of your life and destroy every evil effect of travelling with Jonah. You should begin to think of the satanic housemaid you kept and later sent away, the occult boy or girl friend you kept either in primary, secondary school or university days, and also think of your present friends, family friends, office friends, business colleagues and even your friends in the church. Discover all the Jonahs in your life and deal with them appropriately.


The fire of the Holy Ghost shall roast every negative spirit running the Christian race with you.


1. Every problem the enemy concluded in my life many years ago, waiting to manifest in the future, die, in Jesus’ name.
2. Every early riser spirit assigned to travel with me every new day, in order to consume my daily blessings, die by fire, in Jesus’ name.
3. Every evil seed that has been planted into my life and assigned to grow with me, I uproot you and I command, burn to ashes, in Jesus’ name.

4. Problems in my life, under satanic incubation and waiting to manifest in future, die, in Jesus’ name.
5. All negative spirits attached to my life to travel with me and lead me to early grave, die, in Jesus’ name.
6. Spirits of the tail, hatred, sickness, stagnancy, barreness, poverty, lateness in good things in my boat, I pull you into the sea. Be swallowed by the great fish of the Lord and die, in Jesus’ name.
7. I cancel every evil effect of travelling with negative spirits affecting my life, in the name of Jesus.

MOUNTAIN TOP LIFE is a daily devotional by Dr. D.K Olukoya (General Overseer, Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministries, Worldwide)

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DCLM Daily Manna 16 November 2018

DCLM Daily Manna 16 November 2018

Topic: Reward Of Piety 

Text: 1 Samuel 20:24-34 (KJV)

Key Verse: “Then Saul’s anger was kindled against Jonathan, and he said unto him, Thou son of the perverse rebellious woman, do not I know that thou hast chosen the son of Jesse to thine own confusion, and unto the confusion of thy mother’s nakedness?“ (1 Samuel 20:30).


When we speak, the state of our heart is revealed, whether it is good or evil. Though the human mind may not be read accurately, words from the mouth with corresponding actions from the heart’s meditations adequately reveal the yearnings and the intents of the heart.

This statement seems to find relevance in our text today. David was convinced that Saul had evil intentions against him but Jonathan was doubtful of it. The vicious remarks and reactions of Saul to David’s good intentions betrayed the evil in his heart. In the opening verses, we cannot fail to notice the reverence with which Jonathan related with his father. He stood up while the king came in to have his seat at the table. David did not show up at the religious sacrifice. An intuitive feeling of danger kindled by providence made him to flee into hiding that night.

Saul was sure from his knowledge of David’s constancy, that he could not have kept himself away from religious duties without an acceptable cause. This comment by Saul is a remarkable tribute to David’s fidelity to holy principles and a challenge to every Christian today (1 Peter 2:12). Holy and righteous principle in life and conduct is our sure route of escape from divine wrath and judgment.

Avoid self-management. Cling to that which is righteous, holy and pious. Let it be written concerning you that you displayed the rarest of virtues, because of your abiding relationship with Christ.

Thought For The Day: Godly virtues secure.

Bible Reading In One Year: Acts 1-3

DCLM Daily Manna was written by Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi; is the founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church situated at KM 42 on the busy Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Nigeria.

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Our Daily Bread 16 November 2018 Devotional

Our Daily Bread 16 November 2018 Devotional

Topic: Thanks for Who God Is

Read: Psalm 95:1–7, Bible in a Year: Ezekiel 3–4; Hebrews 11:20–40

Let us come before him with thanksgiving . . . for the Lord is the great God. Psalm 95:2–3

Among the thousands of sentiments printed on greeting cards, perhaps one of the most touching is this simple statement: “Thanks for being you.” If you receive that card, you know that someone cares for you not because you did something spectacular for that person but because you’re appreciated for your essence.

I wonder if this kind of sentiment might indicate for us one of the best ways to say “thank you” to God. Sure, there are times when God intervenes in our lives in a tangible way, and we say something like, “Thank You, Lord, for allowing me to get that job.” But most often, we can simply say, “Thank You, God, for being who You are.”

That’s what’s behind verses like 1 Chronicles 16:34: “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.” Thank You, God, for who You are—good and loving. And Psalm 7:17: “I will give thanks to the Lord because of his righteousness.” Thank You, God, for who You are—the holy One. And “Let us come before him with thanksgiving . . . for the Lord is the great God” (Psalm 95:2–3). Thank You, God, for who You are—the Almighty God of the universe.

Who God is. That’s reason enough for us to stop what we’re doing and praise and thank Him. Thank You, God, for just being You!

Prayer: Thank You, dear God, for being who You are—the Almighty God who loves us and welcomes our love in return. Thank You for everything that makes You magnificent. We stand in awe of You as we praise You with word and song.

There are countless reasons to thank God, including for who He is!

In Psalm 95, the psalmist is transfixed by the wonder of the Creator and Redeemer he loves. God is the “Rock of our salvation”; nothing can remove the sure foundation His love has laid out for us (v. 1). Even though the psalmist knows there’s only one God, because of the polytheistic culture in which he lives he exclaims that his God is far above any other objects of worship (v. 3). The wonder of the Creator drives the psalmist to invite all believers to bow down in adoration and to realize that like sheep we are under a loving Shepherd’s care.

How can you praise the Lord for His marvelous creation and infinite love?

Dennis Fisher

This message was written By Dave Branon [Our Daily Bread Ministries.]

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Kenneth Copeland 16 November 2018 Daily Devotional

Kenneth Copeland 16 November 2018 Daily Devotional

Kenneth Copeland 16 November 2018 Daily Devotional

Topic: Pick Up Your Sword

Scripture: But thou, O man of God….fight the good fight of faith. – 1 Timothy 6:11-12

Message: When you’re up against the wall, don’t start begging God to break through it for you. That’s not the way He works. He’ll give you the plan. He’ll give you the power. And He’ll guarantee the victory. But your hand, not His own, is the instrument He’s going to use to get the job done. You’re going to have to stretch forth your hand by speaking and acting on the Word, even when circumstances are against you.

God gave me a striking revelation of that over 20 years ago through a vision He gave me in Beaumont, Texas. I was preparing to minister in a service there, spending some time in prayer, when suddenly I saw myself standing in the pulpit of the church. Looking up, I saw a dragon—a horrible, ugly thing—poke his head through the front door of the church.

As he came into the church, his body expanded like a balloon, filling the whole room. He was snorting fire and smoke. When, in the vision, he turned it on me, he almost burned my clothes!

As I fell back onto the floor, I saw Jesus standing nearby with a sword in His hand. Why doesn’t He do something about this? I thought. Can’t He see I’m hurting?

But He didn’t move. He just stood by with a frown on His face. I could tell He was really put out with me. The Bible says God was not pleased with those who were overthrown in the wilderness (1 Corinthians 10:5). And He wasn’t pleased with me either as I lay there on my back in defeat.

Then Jesus held out the sword to me and pointed at the dragon. The look on His face said, Get up!

I reached up to catch hold of the sword, and an instant before I touched it, Jesus turned it loose.

The sword stayed in midair of its own accord. I grabbed it and began to pull myself up. Not only did it hold firm, but it began to lift me!

I stood and touched the dragon’s chin with my sword and it split him from one end to the other. It laid him open right before my eyes. In amazement, I looked down at the sword. Why haven’t I used this before? I thought.

Don’t wait for God to slay the dragon in your life. You have the sword of the Spirit, the all-powerful Word of the living God, at your fingertips. Pick it up and use it today!

Scripture Reading: Joshua 11:5-23

Today’s Daily Devotional was written by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, the leader of the Kenneth Copeland Ministries ( that specializes in teaching principles of bible faith – prayer, healing, salvation and other biblical topics.

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Andrew Wommack Devotional 16 November 2018

Andrew Wommack Devotional 16 November 2018

Topic: Learn The Word By Doing It

Matthew 26:55 “In that same hour said Jesus to the multitudes, Are ye come out as against a thief with swords and staves for to take me? I sat daily with you teaching in the temple, and ye laid no hold on me.”

The four gospels refer to Jesus teaching 43 times, preaching 19 times, and preaching and teaching in the same verse, six times. This indicates that Jesus spent twice as much time teaching as He did preaching. Teaching is the basic building block for making disciples. Jesus was making disciples, not just converts.

The Greek word for “disciple” literally means “a learner,” and indicates “learning by endeavor” or what we would call “on-the-job training.” Jesus said in John 8:31, “If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed.” Anyone who meets this criterion is Jesus’ disciple.

“Jailhouse religion,” where a person is only sorry he got caught and is trying to get out of a bad situation, will not produce true discipleship. It takes a forsaking of all to be Jesus’ disciple. Jesus wants us to “count the cost.” It is definitely a commitment.

What the Lord has started in you, He will also continue and complete. That is not to say that your success will be automatic; we have to cooperate with what God is wanting to do in our lives. Our faithfulness may always be suspect, but God’s faithfulness is never in question. It is always God’s will to continue and complete the good work He began in us.

This message was written by The Association of Related Ministries International (ARMI) is an extension of Andrew Wommack Ministries (AWM). ARMI is a unique partnership committed to providing resources to help like-minded ministers succeed in a spirit of excellence and to draw from the experience and expertise of both the AWM and Charis Bible College staff. (

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Billy Graham Devotional 16 November 2018

Billy Graham Devotional 16 November 2018

Topic: Real Security

The foundation of God standeth sure . . . — 2 Timothy 2:19

On campus the quickest way to security is through the crowd. Precisely where students talk about being independent and on their own, you will find them practicing the most rigid conformity in dress, in speech, in moral attitudes, and in thinking. Sometimes they follow fashion at the expense of integrity. They dread to be alone. They do not want to stand out or be different. They want to conform.

After they graduate from college, many of these young people want nothing more than a good job with a big firm, and a home somewhere in suburbia. But they don’t find security then either. Only Jesus Christ can give you the security that you are looking for.

Prayer for the day: Long-sought-after security I found only in Your abiding love, my Savior, Jesus Christ.

Written by Billy Graham, Founder of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association(BGEA). BGEA exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ by every effective means and to equip the church and others to do the same.

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