Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 13 June 2022 – Understanding His Greatness


Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 13 June 2022
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TOPIC: Understanding His Greatness

TEXT: Ephesians 1:15-23(NKJV)

Daily Fountain Devotional 13 June 2022 MESSAGE

The level of knowledge we have affects our behaviour and reactions. A sister’s doctorate degree certificate had errors and was submitted for corrections. The bureaucratic process delayed the process till she became a Professor. She did not understand the powers associated with her new position and went from office-to-office begging for solutions without success till her husband told her: “It seems that you don’t understand who you are.

Go to the Dean of the Postgraduate School, lodge your complaint and it will be handled.” She did that and the certificate was given to her that same day. Apostle Paul in today’s passage prays for us to understand who Jesus is, the hope of His calling, riches of our inheritance in Him and surpassing greatness of His power.

Jesus has a positional authority (He is forever, far above all principalities, powers, might, names); He has unchanging rulership status (He is not elected or dethroned); He is Supreme for all things are under His feet, and He is appointed as the Overall Head over all things, His ability to raise the dead and fill all things shows His immeasurable greatness and power.

Beloved, what challenge is troubling your life? Pray for today’s revelation to become real in your spirit and faith will arise to combat your mountains in Jesus’ name.

PRAYER: May my eyes of understanding be enlightened O Lord to know the surpassing greatness of your power and glory.

Quote Of The Day

God says: You can enjoy freedom because Christ has set you free. Galatians 5:1

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 13 June 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.

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