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Matthew 6:33-34               

33 But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.

34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble. 

Today’s Inspiration: The Lord directs us not to worry about the future. When you seek God and His righteousness first, all the things you desire will be added to you. Matthew 6:33-34. Many a time what you worry does not come to you.

Pathway of miracles is made possible only by putting God’s kingdom first. You cannot walk this pathway unless you determine His will, purpose and glory as your first priority as you pursue His call on your life. To do so, first turn to His word which is the atmosphere which you understand His will, recognise His way and hear the voice of the spirit in Psalm 119:18. Psalmist David asked for His spiritual eyes to be opened so that he could understand the Scripture.

Often it is the small seemingly insignificant things or events that ultimately determine your destiny.

Every stumbling block is a learning experience. We have to take authority over it before it takes authority over us. Our choice is a matter of priorities.


A life with Jesus is a walk of faith not by sight. Life is full of suddenlies. You maybe traumatised now by a problem that seemed impossible to solve. Is anything too difficult for the Lord? The Father knows your need. Matthew 6:32. You are not getting your prayer answered because you did not request with great expectations.

We need to enter into His rest. He emphasised that those who did not enter into His rest are those who did not obey and those with unbelief. Hebrews 3:18. You hear the gospel of faith but the word you hear did not profit you because it was not mixed with faith. Hebrews 4:2. It is important that we be diligent to enter into that rest. To do so, we need to surrender our life totally to Christ and be subject to the control of the Holy Spirit, who is our eternal guide, teacher and counsellor besides being our comforter.

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