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May 13th


Rev. E. Anderson



Learn to trust your Lord daily and wholeheartedly. There is no likelihood that He will ever fail you even when things are difficult and testing. It is said of Him that ‘He specializes in things thought impossible’. Because you are the object of His infinite love and care and because He is the ‘I Am’, He will ever present to act in your best interests and give a constant testimony to his love, goodness and greatness. So have the best of days with Him at the helm!


Call often to mind that proverb, ‘The eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear with hearing’ – Endeavour therefore to withdraw your heart from the love of visible things, and to turn yourself to the invisible.



This is what makes a person someone and something, love. To possess the love of God means that you really begin to take on His likeness and reveal a quality of life that is most welcome and outstanding. The reason why Christ comes into life it is with this in view, that it might be gloriously transformed with God’s kind of love. He, in the course of life and ministry, gave visible demonstration of it and did everything through this powerful compulsion.

1 Corinthians 13 is considered to be possibly the greatest chapter in the Bible and in literature. It highlights that all Christians should be possessors of it.  All pales into insignificance and worthlessness unless there is the presence of this heavenly dynamic. The apostle Paul could honestly say to a church as he wrote to them: “the love of Christ constraineth us” – 2 Cor 5:14. This holy quality of being ensures that you are right and what you do also lines up with heaven’s design.

Your Christian influence will be really effectual as you are possessed by this inspiration. Nothing else really matters in comparison. As you seek the Lord He is able and willing to impart and implant this all-constraining passion within your heart so that you are divinely motivated in both life and service.  This kind of love is like salt and light: quiet in presence and ministry but very influential! 



He was a man in great need seated outside the temple in Jerusalem, the sacred site of the dwelling place of God. He was crippled and in a powerless condition, unable quired a personal miracle. As he sits begging for money in order to eke out an existence, he is to be surprised that day as two men came across his path with extraordinary gift and power. Instead of receiving a monetary gift at their hands he is to be wonderfully blessed with something infinitely better. His utter weakness was to be ministered to in a unique way that would utterly change him.

Peter and John had something more than financial considerations: they had the right to the use of the Name of Jesus with all of its divine potential. Within this authority was the ability to deal with this man’s physical situation. They commanded this man to receive the omnipotence of God invested in Jesus Christ to answer his crippled state. As they took hold of his hands to raise him up, divine life and power flowed instantaneously through his body to make him whole. The power of Christ met his impotence and healed him.

There is still need to discover the omnipotence that is in Jesus Christ to answer the prevailing weak conditions that people find themselves in. He needs to be known and tapped into so that His life and energy will be released to deal with every area of impotence. When He touches a person then there is the immediate flow of His strength so that the impossible can be performed. He would move in on you today so that there will be a release of His almighty power to be make you strong and capable. As a result you will be able to day: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” – Philippians 4: 13.




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