EVERY WORD OF GOD FOR DAILY LIVING
BY PASTOR PAUL RIKA
(Int'l Director Holiness Revival Movement Worldwide)
THURSDAY JANUARY 16, 2020
TEXT: Psalm 32:3-5
Key verse: Psalm 32:1 Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered.
Continued from yesterday)
They asked, ”Are you the owner of these papers? Where is the correct information?” For my peace and happiness, and to make myself clean before the Lord, I had prepared my mind ready for deportation if necessary. So, I never had the thought that they would give me back the papers. My real name was completely different from the name I answered on those documents. There is no match whatsoever.
I gave him my passport but it is the one bearing the false name. He asked for the one bearing the real name, unfortunately I did not have it with me. So he promised to change my papers to my real name. I did not believe them, but all the same, I asked them to give me a list of all they want me to bring to them, which included my birth certificate and passport.
When I came home, I decided to call the Nigerian Embassy too. I contacted the head of service of immigration in Spain, and did my confession. She said to me that it is one out of a thousand that would do what I did and then she began to pray for me. She prayed, 'God bless this young man, make a way for him, wash him and make him holy since he wants to live holy.' She prayed until I got tired. I was now praying in my heart that the prayer should end.
After the prayers she told me that she has forgiven me on behalf of the Nigerian government and that Nigerian government is blessing me. Praise the Lord! I want you to know that gladness has since filled my heart. I don't know how to thank our father in the Lord, Daddy Rika and our mummy Linda. The Lord has used her testimony to bring me back and draw me to HOREMOW.
God has used many other testimonies of divine revelation to confirm the testimony of Sister Linda. Since then, my life has never been the same. I want to bless the Lord for all the faithful leaders who are working tirelessly in HOREMOW, especially in Europe. They work like machines. Sometimes, I wonder if they are humans. They have special grace for strength. May God bless them abundantly and continue to take HOREMOW to higher heights in Jesus Name. Amen!
Thought for the day: God is in the business of restitution to make things work out easily for you.
Song for the day: Grace, grace, God's grace. Grace that can pardon and cleanse…
Bible reading for the day: Genesis 38-40; Matthew 12:22-50.
PASTOR PAUL RIKA