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All Peoples Church Bangalore

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Born Into God’s Family (Daily Devotional)
Yesterday
Born Into God’s Family (Daily Devotional)
Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week’s theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week’s devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Born Into God’s Family (Daily Devotional)
Yesterday
Born Into God’s Family (Daily Devotional)
Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week’s theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week’s devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
No Want (Daily Devotional)
2d ago
No Want (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to our last episode of Living Supernaturally for this week. I hope this week has been encouraging and building for you, as we have looked at such an important aspect of being in the fear of the Lord. Through the last few days, we have looked ta the benefits and the blessings that we have, when we fear the Lord. Today, we are looking at a benefit from Palms chapter 34 and verse 9, ‘Oh, fear the LORD, you, His saints! There is no want to those who fear Him.’ There is no want to them that fear Him, that is what our scripture talks about today. So, fearing God means to love God, to love God means to obey God, and when we obey God, this sets us completely for being satisfied. When we truly love God, we desire to obey Him and when we obey Him, there cannot be want of anything. What does this mean- no want? It means there will be no lack; there wouldn’t be any need that goes unmet or rather that all our needs will be satisfied and fulfilled in the Lord. This verse expresses, that while we revere and while we worship God, and as we stand in awe of Him, we are filled with the greatest satisfaction and fulfillment in every area of our lives. So, when you walk in obedience to God, because of your fear of Him, you are in the right place at all times because you are in His will, and this gives you the assurance that all things are made perfect in Him. When our attention and focus is on loving Him, then we are not looking at the mundane and the temporal things of life. The more we become aware of His presence, the more we forget the things that are temporal. When we get too busy in the things of life, when we are too preoccupied, we may lose our focus and our devotion, and this often leads us away from the fear of God and moves us to fill this void and this gap and we may seem wanting at that point of time. So, David drew from this principle and makes a request or plea to all of God’s people to fear the Lord and reiterates that within this relationship of awe and wonder, all of the other things will be secondary. We also see this in the New Testament in Mathew chapter 6 and verse 33, where it says, ‘Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you.’ So, when we stand in the fear of the Lord, we can be sure that we will have no want, we will lack no good thing, all of our needs, all of our desires will be met in Him, we will be satisfied and completely satiated in Him. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that because in you, we have all that we need, we lack no good thing, we are completely fulfilled in every area of our lives because of our relationship with you. May we grow to understand this principle that the more we love and worship you, you keep us completely filled and satisfied. Thank you for this privilege that we have, in Jesus’s precious name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week’s theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week’s devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Riches, Honor And Life (Daily Devotional)
3d ago
Riches, Honor And Life (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to our episode of Living Supernaturally, where we look into God’s word, we are encouraged and built up and we look for applications for our day. In this series, we have been looking at the fear of the Lord and through the past few days, we have looked at certain benefits and blessings that scripture talks about as we fear the Lord. Today, we look at Proverbs chapter 22 and verse 4, ‘By humility and the fear of the LORD are riches and honor and life.’ I am sure that these benefits are something that nobody would like to turn away from. In this verse, there are 5 aspects of this proverb. There are 2 conditions and there are 3 blessings. So, we read that the payoff for humility and the fear of the Lord is three-fold, we have riches, honor, and life. Humility is the first condition; we see the second condition as the fear of the Lord. As we have been looking in the last few days, this is seeking to honor God in all that you do. For a man who does everything to please the Lord or to obey God, he avoids anything to dishonor Him, as much as possible, we see that there are these three blessings that are spoken of. So, when you and I want to please God more than pleasing ourselves, we humble our needs for the sake of God, and these are certain things that He promises us. Riches are the first blessing, and these riches could be in different forms, it could be a spiritual blessing, it can be physical blessings but when we fear the Lord, we are opening ourselves to the blessing of riches. The second blessing it talks about is honor, God honors the one who fears Him and brings him to favor with both Himself and with man. When we revere God, He will also bring us to a place of finding honor with others because of our conduct which maybe gracious and righteous. The third blessing that we see is life, we see this emphasis being made again and again about life. We saw that the fear of the Lord is the fountain of life yesterday. Scripture does mention as we fear Him, we have abundant life, we have a joyful, a productive, a good, an extended and an eternal life. As a result of understanding and practicing these concepts, we will begin to experience amazing blessings in our lives. This verse notes that with the fear of the Lord, we have wealth, honor, and life. This principle sets us to have a pretty good way of life as we keep going forward. Let’s be encouraged as we fear the Lord, the Lord has these blessings in store for us. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, for your promise that as we stay humbly before you and as we continue to fear you in awe and in reverence, that you will give us your promises, promises of riches, of wealth, of honor and a life that is abundant and that is satisfying. Thank you for the eternal life that you have promised with the fear of the Lord and that is something that we look forward to, we ask all these things in your precious name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Fountain Of Life (Daily Devotional)
4d ago
Fountain Of Life (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to our episode of Living Supernaturally, where we learn and meditate and look into God’s word for us. In our series this week, we have been looking at the fear of the Lord. We have been looking at some of the benefits that we have as we fear the Lord. We saw yesterday, of how we have a strong confidence and a security as we fear the Lord. Today, we look at the fear of the Lord being a fountain of life, reading from scripture, Proverbs chapter 14, verse 27, ‘The fear of the LORD is a fountain of life, to turn one away from the snares of death.’ This verse, we can look at in two parts. The first part talks about the fear of the Lord being a fountain of life. So, in the natural, what is a fountain? A fountain is a source from which you get water continuously. It something that is not measured, it is not rationed, it is free and there is a continual flow of water. The fountain of life is described in this verse today, it is a perpetual, continuous, uninterrupted and a lasting supply of good things, that make for abundant living. What is that which provides for this fountain? We read that it is the fear of the Lord that gives us that continuous, perpetual, uninterrupted flow of good things for us for abundant living. So, when we fear the Lord, and hold Him in reverence, He Himself becomes the source from which all of abundant life follows. The second part of the verse talks about turning away from snares. The word for snares refers to the noose that is placed to trap, so some of the parallels that we can see here is, it is paralleled to our problem with sin. Our desires draw us towards things that can easily entrap us, damage, and destroy us but often we cannot shake these fleshly lusts of the world enough to keep it away because we are so blinded by sin but that is where the fear of the Lord becomes a life-giving fountain to us. It keeps us away from the snares of death, and the snares of evil. So, the fear of the Lord is the honor that we have for Him and His word. It is that willingness to respond to the Holy Spirit, when He nudges us or prompts us about something that we are not doing right, it is the fear of the Lord that creates in us an obedience to do what pleases Him. This becomes that fountain of life that keeps us away from our fleshly desires. When we build our intimacy and reverence for the Lord, it creates in us an abundant living and also it keeps us away from anything that entices us from death. So, remember that the fear of the Lord is the fountain of life, is a place where you can have that abundant living because He is the one who keeps us away from things that ensnare us. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that as we fear you, you have promised that we have the fountain of life, you have also promised that we will be spared or that we will keep away the snares that are there to entrap us. Thank you, Father, that as we revere you, the desires that we have for things of this world diminish. May we live strong and bold in this fear of the Lord, we ask all these things in your matchless name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Confidence And Refuge (Daily Devotional)
5d ago
Confidence And Refuge (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to Living Supernaturally. We trust and pray that these devotions are helping each one of us, to build our lives and our knowledge of God. Through this series, we have been looking at the fear of the Lord. We have spent the last few days, understanding the benefits and the blessings that we have, when we fear the Lord. We are looking at another benefit for today and for that, we read from scripture from Proverbs chapter 14 and verse 26, ‘In the fear of the LORD there is strong confidence, And His children will have a place of refuge.’ This verse brings a specific benefit when we walk in the fear of the Lord. It talks about a strong confidence and a place of refuge. So, fear and confidence are like opposites, they are considered opposites and one might think that fear always leads to a lack of confidence, but that really isn’t how it works with the fear of the Lord. Confidence is a popular subject today in our world around. We are told to live confidently, to live brashly, brazenly, to live boldly. In many ways, the theme of modern society is to be self-confident. Let’s look at what confidence means, confidence is a firm belief, it is a trust, it is a reliance, it is a position of being certain and assured of something that we put our weight in. In the world, we are taught to lay our confidence in many things that we understand do not hold any strength. But what does the Bible teach us about the source of confidence? We saw that in our verse today, that the fear of the Lord is where we have our strong confidence. The strong confidence comes because of our reverence to God. When we relate to God as the source of strength and might, we know that our source of confidence also comes from God. He is our very secure and stable confidence. This verse also brings about another benefit, it says the fear of the Lord, is a place of refuge and security. As man, we can look to many things that help us to be secure, it could be our houses, our jobs, our investments, our properties, our retirement plan but our true refuge and security comes from the Lord Himself, it comes from our reverence to Him. It gives us strong confidence and it keeps us away from all the negative things that may shatter us or make us afraid. Our honor, our reverence and sense of awe towards God, moves us away from that self-confidence into the strong confidence of who God is, that confidence in the love of God. As we build ourselves and our relationship with God, the more that we fear and worship the Lord, we grow to be strong and confident in who He is, and we build our refuge and our security in Him. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that you are our source of confidence, you are our source of security and refuge and when we continue to revere and fear you, you will build our confidence, shifted from our self-confidence into this strong confidence of who you are. Thank you for such a beautiful privilege, we ask all things in your name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Beginning Of Wisdom (Daily Devotional)
6d ago
Beginning Of Wisdom (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to our living Supernaturally episode for today. We trust, along with us, you have been enjoying God’s word, meditating on His word, and just being strengthened, as we learn and look deeply into His word. We have been looking at a fresh series of the fear of the Lord. Yesterday, we started to understand and look at some scripture, that helps us see the different benefits or the blessings that we have because of our fear of the Lord. In today’s verse, I want to bring to you another benefit, reading two verses, Proverbs chapter 1 and verse 7, ‘The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.’ Proverbs chapter 9 and verse 10, ‘The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.’ The benefit and the blessing that we have when we fear the Lord is to have wisdom; the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. What is wisdom? Wisdom is seeing and responding to situations or things from the point of God. In these verses, there is a parallel that is there between the wise and the foolish, it gives us some insight and here you see that there is a sharp contrast between a wise life and the foolish life. A wise person is one who fears and obeys the Lord and reveres the Lord, but the fool is one who despises the instruction of God. The wise person is wise because he started off in the first place with God, but the fool has no foundation at all on which to build wisdom. Without the fear of God, we make decisions based on our own faulty understanding, but when we incorporate the fear of the Lord, into every faulty moment of our lives, we make decisions based upon the desire of God. When we fear the Lord, we see situations and life from the perspectives of God, from the way God sees it, in the wisdom that He has. So some examples that we can look at, maybe you are asked by your peers or your friends, if you are in school or college, to do something like copying or doing something that is displeasing to God, because of your reverence and your honor that you have to the Lord, that will keep you away from doing that which is foolish or it maybe at your workplace, you are asked to make some shortcuts or certain compromises in the way that you work, the fear of the Lord or the awareness that the Lord is watching over you and that you are representing God, keeps you in from doing things that are foolish, but working towards things that are wise. So, we see in scripture, that when we revere God, when we love God, when we have the fear of God, it is the beginning of wisdom, it brings us to a place of seeing things in the perspective of God and through His wisdom. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we praise your name to know that as we fear you, you give us godly, heavenly wisdom, it keeps us away from everything that is foolish and we take on your perspective, your viewpoint of life. Lord, we pray, that we operate in the wisdom of God as we look to you, in Jesus’s matchless name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Keeps Away Evil (Daily Devotional)
1w ago
Keeps Away Evil (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to our new series of Living Supernaturally. We have been learning God’s word and understanding the fear of the Lord. We looked at yesterday, how the fear of the Lord may seem troubling to a few, but we saw that the fear of God is the reverence and the respect and the awe that we have for a powerful and a mighty and a just God. Today, we are going to look into some scripture, that shows us what happens when we fear the Lord. There are certain blessings and benefits that we are going to be looking at through the coming few days, of the fear of the Lord. Proverbs chapter 16 and verse 6, ‘In mercy and truth Atonement is provided for iniquity; And by the fear of the Lord one departs from evil.’ The reward of having the fear of the Lord is that it is the foundation of a God honoring life. To live in the fear of the Lord, is to depart from evil as our verse shows today. The fear of the Lord helps us to overcome sinful habits. So, when we have the fear of the Lord, it enables us, it keeps us away from things that are wicked, it keeps us away from things that are evil. We saw how the fear of God is just knowing about His continued presence in our lives. So, when we are aware of the presence of God, we are also aware that He is watching us, that He knows our thoughts from afar, He knows what we are thinking, and this relates to our own attitudes. If we have a heart that really fears God, we will seek God and His will in everything that we do. Let’s take two examples from the word of God. Job, he feared God, scripture says, he feared God and he shunned evil, so much so that he went on to give sacrifices and prayed for his children after they feasted. We see an example of Joseph, because of his fear of the Lord and the gratitude that he had towards his master, Joseph found himself keeping away from evil, when he was being seduced by Potiphar’s wife. We have so much to learn form these examples and especially in Joseph, he was in a place of power and position, yet because of his deep reverence and worship of God, he kept away from things that displease God. When in God’s presence, it causes us to hate what is evil, it causes us to hate what is wicked. When we are aware of His presence, we keep away from that which is evil. So, the fear of God gives us the power to overcome what is sinful and wicked. It keeps us away from those desires and intentions that may displease the Lord. It is the principle that we have, the more that we see Him in worship, the more that we revere Him, the more that we stand in His presence, the lesser is our desire to partake in evil or wickedness. The more that we stand in reverence to Him, the more we understand, evil departs from us. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that the more that we see you and love you and are in communion with you, the lesser is our desire to move to evil, to partake in that which is not of you. We pray that it will be our life’s purpose to always please your heart and give you glory. We pray that we will have the fear of the Lord, that keeps us away from every wicked thing. Thank you for empowering us, in Jesus’s precious name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Reverential Fear (Daily Devotional)
Jun 18 2022
Reverential Fear (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to a fresh series of Living Supernaturally. We are so glad that you could come in and join with us and learn and read and understand God’s word together. For this week ahead, we are going to be looking at the fear of the Lord. This is a biblical phrase that probably has troubled many people, the command of God to fear the Lord and through this week, we are going to be looking at what does the fear of the Lord mean and what does the Bible say and why does the Bible tell us to fear the Lord. So, for our reading, let’s look at scripture, from Hebrews chapter 12, verses 28-29, ‘Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear. For our God is a consuming fire.’ Many ask the question, as to what does this fear refer to? Does it mean to be scared of God or does this mean that we are in fear of judgment, when we come to His presence? There is so much that we can learn from this. A kind of fear that is mentioned in the Bible is having a deep respect, having a reverence and awe for the power and authority of God. So, when we fear God, it is a reverential fear, it is a feeling of being at awe, but when we fear anything else, it can be a crippling, it can be a demobilizing fear. So, does God want us to be scared of Him? When the Bible talks about fear, it talks about referring it to an attitude of a holy fear, that is what we look at today, what does it mean to fear the Lord? It is really an awe for the majesty and greatness and the holiness of God. It is the fear that we have of displeasing Him, we do not want to displease Him, it is that kind of a continual awareness that we are in the presence of God, the presence of a holy, just and an Almighty God. It is that fear that brings the wonder of God into our hearts for who He is, it is that fear that causes us to love Him. This reverential fear is a good kind of fear. David talks about this in Psalms chapter 19 and verse 9, he talks about this fear as clean and pure. So, this fear is a reverential fear of God. It is having that deep respect for who God is, which includes His judgements, which includes His ways, His purposes, His power, His glory, and His characteristics. So, as a believer, we are not to be scared of Him, and indeed we have no reason to be scared of God because we have this promise, and His promise says that nothing will separate us from the love of God or that He will never leave us nor forsake us. So, fearing God with a reverence has a great impact on the way that we live our lives. This fear of God brings us to a place of worshipping Him, of wanting to love Him, of wanting to please Him, to be under His discipline, to follow His paths. It is that kind of fear that God is calling us to have, the fear that is filled with respect and love and awe for His majesty and glory. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that your word asks of us to love you with reverence and with awe. May we have that respect for you, may we come and approach you with that confidence knowing that you invite us, and may we always know that you are aware of us, that we also need to be continually aware of who you are in our lives and live in accordance to that, may we live in the fear of the Lord, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
God’s Requirement (Daily Devotional)
Jun 17 2022
God’s Requirement (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to Living Supernaturally. Thank you for joining with us, today we are at our last episode of what we’ve been looking through this entire week, of truth of God’s word for us and specially for the youth. Through the last couple of days, we’ve had Jeremy with us, sharing his thoughts about his season of life and we’ve looked together at God’s word for guidance and wisdom. Jeremy: when I look at my friends and see how they relate to what is spiritual, it seems that everything’s only about activities or what they are doing and now religion is reduced to holding some beliefs or following rules and rituals or even chanting prayers. I wonder if that is required of us too? Jean: so that is a wonderful observation, Jeremy, and a lot of us sometimes do fall into that trap of doing things/ works/ activities in place of really having a true relationship with God. Sometimes we define this relationship with God in terms of the things that we do, in terms of the activities that we may be engaged in. I would like to read from scripture, from Micah chapter 6 and verse 8, it reads, ‘He has shown you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you But to do justly, To love mercy, And to walk humbly with your God?’ This was something that even an Old Testament prophet like Micah observed. Micah was a prophet in Judah, during the time the Israelites were held captive by the Assyrians. At this time, the King of Judah tried very hard to bring the people back to God but was mostly superficial. The kingdom sins were hidden behind these religious rituals, so everything seemed to look wonderful on the outside, but Micah definitely knew the hearts of the people were far away from God. So, what did he see? He saw past their appearance of these external things of the law and was addressing the root of their sins, which was their heart. Micah now addresses and requires something of them and that is how he brings about this verse. We can take this application for ourselves today and in this verse that we read, the Lord requires three things, to walk humbly with God; Now this becomes the basis for the other two requirements, which is to love mercy and to do justice. So, walking humbly with God is a description of the hearts attitude towards God. Because of what God has done, we fully ensure, and we invest in serving the world and we need to walk humbly before God, cultivating our walk with God provides the power to do things with power and passion. The other two that he talks about is to do justly- justice isn’t about punishment but about fairness. God deals with each one of us impartially. We are called to impartially work with people, impartially look at people who may have disadvantages and work alongside with them, build them up and to do things impartially. Lastly it says to love mercy; God desires for us to love mercy and the word that is translated here is kindness, that is to love kindness. God wants us to love mercy because that is the only way that we become people who respond with grace and with goodness. So, the message that Micah had is still very applicable, it is still pertinent today to us, that the religious rites or external compliances to rules is not as valuable in God’s eyes as a humble heart, as a heart that is sold out for Him. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we pray, and we thank you, that you have given us so many things to do for your kingdom. But we ask that we would never do anything apart from you, that our sole responsibility and desire would be to love you, to do all things for others and for your kingdom, that comes from a right relationship with you, thank you because you love our hearts and you wants to seek the best of our hearts, may we give you the best out of our relationship with you, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Aroma Of Christ (Daily Devotional)
Jun 16 2022
Aroma Of Christ (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to the Living Supernaturally, where we learn about God’s word and mediate on His word. This week, we have been looking at God’s word and His truth for the youth. Jeremy has been sharing his thoughts and his concerns, and Jeremy and I have been talking about God’s word and how it can apply to different areas of a youth’s life. Jeremy: So today, I want to bring up that, when we speak of Christ to other people, it generally doesn’t have the same reaction in everyone. Some people may be willing to listen, but other people actually get offended by it, some get angry or even upset when we share our faith, and I don’t know what our stand should be in situations like this? Jean: that’s an excellent thought, Jeremy. I want to bring before you a scripture before we look into that in detail. I want to read from 2 Corinthians chapter 2 and verses 14-15, it reads, ‘But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumph, and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of him everywhere. For we are the aroma of Christ to God among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing.’ The Bible calls us to spread the good news like a sweet perfume. He refers to us as the aroma of Christ or as the fragrance of Christ. So, like you said, as you go around in this world, speaking of Christ, it may not really invoke the same reactions that you would expect, but we are called yet to be the aroma of Christ. We understand that the knowledge of the gospel is life giving and it comes in as the word of peace and hope. For some people, like you said, it can be offensive, it may not attract the same as you would expect but we are called to be that aroma. For example, lets say you are walking in a garden and you would like to smell some flowers, these flowers are intended to give a sweet aroma and it draws us to that but there are some people who maybe allergic to it or have reactions to it or do not like it but that doesn’t mean we can back off from enjoying being in the presence/ smell of that flower. Similarly, we can’t back off from being the aroma of Christ just because there maybe people who are offended by the gospel because we understand that even the greatest characteristic that God would like in us, is to be that aroma and fragrance of God because it is this aroma that really impacts the life of others, of those you maybe interacting with, it impacts every person that you meet. So, when this aroma is emanating from our lives, remember that God is that source, God is the one who will bring about that change in people. So, I challenge and encourage you to be that aroma and as believers let us all come to that place of bring that aroma and not hide it but allow and emanate that beauty, freshness, the life-giving spirit, and power of the gospel to flow through us even as we minister to others. No matter if it is being rejected, let us remember that God is the one who will ensure that the fruit has been born. Let’s pray together, Heavenly Father, we thank you, that you have called us to be your fragrance, you have called us to be the aroma of Christ, so that wherever we go, that we can show others of who you are to us and also emanate the beauty and the goodness of your love and your salvation. We pray that you will give each one of us the courage and specially the youth who are watching today, you will give them the courage to be the aroma who spreads your beautiful fragrance, in Jesus’s precious name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Words Of Grace (Daily Devotional)
Jun 15 2022
Words Of Grace (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to another day of Living Supernaturally where we learn together of God’s word, meditate on it, and apply it for our different life stages. So, this week, we have been looking at the truth of God’s word for the youth, and Jeremy has been sharing some of his thoughts and his concerns about his stage of life and we have been looking at God’s word together to learn from it Jeremy: So, in today’s world, it is so common to hear inappropriate language and talk in media, entertainment and even among people and I wonder why people do that and what our response should be, as Christians? Jean: so, thank you for raising that very important observation and concern. Like anything else, we can find our answer in scripture, so let’s reads from scripture together, Ephesians chapter 4 and verses 29-30, ‘Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.’ The corrupt word that Paul refers to here could be anything like taking the Lord’s name in vain or speaking in mean spirited ways or even using certain vulgar language and we see that there are implications of this corrupt and unwholesome talk. It says that it is not useful, this kind of words is not good for anything, it can actually create a very negative atmosphere, it could also bring about the real condition of the heart. So, what is the purpose of our tongues/ why has God given us tongues? Scripture shows us again and again that our tongues have been given to us to give God glory, to speak of His praise, to talk about His goodness and to speak about the wonderful grace of God for us. What do we do? I think there are certain directions that are given in this verse here, the first direction the verse gives us, is to stop what we are doing, to cease from it coming out of our mouths. It would sometimes just naturally flow, but we should be doing something to stop it and instead what are we to do? It is to do something else instead which is to bring about that which is good, which is wholesome, which is useful, which builds and edifies one another. So, we are asked to cease from giving out those words and instead saying something that edifies people. So, if you look back in that verse, we are also to consider who is living within us, the Holy Spirit- who lives within us, and we are representing the Holy Spirit to others as we speak. We are His temple and what we say brings Him glory. We are also asked not to grieve the Holy spirit by what we say. So, as you go out and meet people, help yourself to understand and direct yourself to keep away from speaking that which is not wholesome but to edify others by speaking good, by speaking things that are lovely, pure, and trustworthy. Shall we pray together? Heavenly Father, we thank you, that you have given us such an important part of our body- our tongue, that we can use to glorify your name, build others, and edify others. We pray that we will pay attention to your word, to keep away from unwholesome talk and instead to say things that are whole and pure. We pray that you would give us the grace. Thank you because the Holy Spirit resides in us to give us that help and to give us things that we can speak, that build and edify ourselves and one another, in Jesus’s precious name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Honor The Creator (Daily Devotional)
Jun 14 2022
Honor The Creator (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to another episode of Living Supernaturally. We hope and trust that you are enjoying God’s word as we have been mediating on it together. In this series, we are looking at the truth of God’s word, especially for the youth, and Jeremy and I, have been searching scripture and understanding some thoughts and concerns that one would have as a young person and for today’s thought I’m handing it over to Jeremy Jeremy: Many things in our lives don’t give us the joy or the happiness that we wished that they would, like friends maybe disappointing at times, careers and things that we want to pursue seem like they take forever, and material things also don’t give us the lasting happiness that we want them to, many things also promise that they will give lasting happiness but they only last for a very short time and it confuses me where we can find this lasting happiness. Jean: Even Solomon, had this quest in looking for things where he would see joy or happiness or a lasting fulfilment. The many things that he looked into was probably amusement, pleasure, security and love but Solomon was a man of wisdom and at the end he talks about everything to be meaningless and vanity except one thing that he talks about. I want to read that scripture for you, in Ecclesiastes chapter 12 and verse 1, it says, ‘Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth, Before the difficult days come, And the years draw near when you say, “I have no pleasure in them”.’ As a young person, it is true that there are a lot of opportunities your way, they are in fact limitless and you have that vigor and strength to do so many things that may seem fulfilling but what we see here is that setting your heart on different kinds of pleasure often tends to be very meaningless except for this one thing of knowing your creator, honoring the one who created you. God has given you this time and this age to explore so many things but even in the midst of it, to understand that not all of them are bad but to know that the foundation of all of that you are exploring comes from God, from your Creator. When you recognize God as your creator, you are submitting everything of life to Him, all of that you wanted to, it could be your career, your relationships, your friends, it could be things that you are doing, when you submit that to Him, He charts/ shows you the way ahead. So, what is the thought here? It is to recall the presence of God, to stay in the presence of God on a daily basis, it is to live in a constant relationship with Him and to also seek and discover the purposes and the plans that He has for you. In the midst of all that you are doing, you are seeking to discover God’s will and what is the joy that He has for you. So, to encourage you to be in a place of remembering and honoring your creator in everything that you do. Shall we pray together? Heavenly Father, we thank you, that you as our creator know everything about us. You are the one who charts each and every aspect of our lives. Lord, even as we do things in this season, in this world and in this life, we pray that we will look at you as our source, that we will honor you and that we will remember you, as our creator and as our sovereign Lord. Thank you because you chart everything in our lives for your good and for your purposes, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Fleeing Lusts (Daily Devotional)
Jun 13 2022
Fleeing Lusts (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to Living supernaturally. We are glad that you could join us as we look and learn at God’s word. This series, we have been looking at the truth that is applicable from God’s word to all of us, but specially to the youth. Jeremy has been sharing some thoughts about his life stage and we have been looking at God’s word together. So, Jeremy what would you like to share today? Jeremy: So today, my thought is that our world is so full of its sinful and unclean temptations, that its so easy to gratify all of these with modern technology, with just a tap on our computer or a click on our phone. With all these temptations to our flesh, what can we do? Jean: You have bought about how does one deal with the lusts? Lusts is something that we are all susceptible to, whether it be a young, old or a middle-aged person, we all have temptations and we all face difficulties and challenges that specially cater to our fleshly nature. In today’s scripture, Paul is addressing this to a young believer which is Timothy. I would like to read to you from 2 Timothy chapter 2 and verse 22, it says, ‘Flee also youthful lusts; but pursue righteousness, faith, love, peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart.’ Paul’s word to Timothy concerning lusts is to all believers. Now, all because it is written as youthful lusts, it doesn’t mean it is just for the youth, but it is applicable to each one of us. So, let’s unfurl that entire verse and there are two verbs that this scripture talks about, and I would like to help you understand what is it that you can do actively. The first definitive and active verb that it talks about is flee. What does the word flee mean? It means to run away, to escape, to turn away from; it doesn’t mean to struggle with, but to run away from. The Bible here doesn’t say that we resist these lusts or to overcome it with a strong faith, but it says to run away. That is something we even see in other places of scripture, that we make no provision for these lusts. We are to move away from these lusts because if we give in or indulge in this, it tends to damage and to destroy us, so that is the fist thing- to flee. What does it say after that? It says to pursue, what does pursue mean? It means to seek, to search, to run after, and to follow. What are we called to run after? It says we run after righteousness, faith, love, and peace. We run after righteousness in the way that we live, meaning all that is good for our right living and all that is in accordance, to what God says, to what God’s thoughts are for you. It also says to pursue faith towards God, knowing Him and His will, being sure of your salvation and it says pursue after love and peace towards others. Now, these things that you do is not a one-time thing, it is something that you need to do daily. Flee daily from those youthful lusts and pursue righteousness day after day, because when we do that, we become vessels of God’s honor and we are fit enough to be used by the Master. When we flee from lusts and we pursue Him, pursue what He wants for us, we are in a place of utility for God’s use. Shall we pray together, Jeremy? Heavenly Father, we thank you, that your word gives us direction. We pray that through your Spirit, that we would pursue your righteousness, we would pursue the right things of you, that we would pursue our relationship with you, because in that we are safe. Thank you for what you have given us through your word today, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Set An Example (Daily Devotional)
Jun 12 2022
Set An Example (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to another episode of Living Supernaturally. We are glad that you have joined us today to learn of God’s word. In this new series that we are looking at this week, we are focusing on the truth of God’s word for all of us and specially for the youth and I have Jeremy here with me, to share his thoughts and concerns about his season of life and alongside both of us will be looking at God’s word to understand and to learn from. Jeremy: I keep wondering if I can make an impact or an influence on other people because of my young age? Or if it is even possible to be one and I feel many people don’t take me seriously if I do contribute in some way, and I also wonder how I could make a contribution like this? Jean: So, in the bible, Jeremy, there is a person who felt the same way that you did and that is Timothy, and we see Paul giving him an instruction in 1 Timothy, telling him not to look down upon himself, let me read that verse for you. In 1 Timothy chapter 4 and verse 12, it says, ‘Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.’ Notice here that Paul is telling Timothy, not to think less of himself all because he is young. This doesn’t mean that he would not be able to, not have anything to say or contribute and you can see Paul is suggesting and encouraging Timothy to know that he is being there in that position of authority because God has placed him there. So, in this verse, the Bible is actually showing you how you can be an example as a young person. It says in word- so some translations say speech meaning in the way that you use your words, the way that you speak, the way that you bring about things, whether there is boasting, lying, so looking at being an example in the way that you talk to others. It talks about in conduct or behavior- the way that you behave, the way that you are with your friends in school or college, the way that you represent God. Another way of being an example is- in love. Where are you setting your affection? Where are you setting your priority? Is it to the Lord? The other place that it talks about that you be an example is in the spirit, that is where you follow the spirits leading and guiding, you being filled with the power of the Holy Spirit in the things that you do. In faith- in your trust, in your belief in God, in salvation, that everything that you do comes as a result of your faith. Lastly, in purity, which means to be able to live a life of holiness, moral cleanness in the choices and decisions that you make. So, in short, our life needs to match what we say or how we live or what we do, and that is how we become an example. So, as a young person, when you look back at God’s word, you will find there are ways that you can change your life to be an example, to set and be a representative of what God wants you to be. Shall we pray together? Heavenly Father, we thank you, that your word gives us different aspects of how we need to be an example. We commit the ways of young people into the throne of your grace, and we pray that in all of these aspects, in their lives, in their word, in their behavior, in their purity, in the spirit, in their faith that they will set an example that will glorify your name, we thank you for your guidance, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Take Heed To The Word (Daily Devotional)
Jun 11 2022
Take Heed To The Word (Daily Devotional)
Shalom and welcome to another series of Living Supernaturally. We thank you joining us this morning to learn and to mediate on God’s word. Today in our new series of devotionals, we are going to be looking at the truth of God’s word for all of us but specially for the youth and for that I have Jeremy, a young person and he will be sharing his thoughts with us and alongside with him, we will be looking into God’s word for direction and guidance. So, I had some thoughts that I would like to share. As a young person, everything around me encourages me to be free and to make my own decisions to be happy, either a movie, or a post that I see or even some of my friends they tell me to find my own way and make my own decisions to be happy. Many people I see around are getting all their needs satisfied and everything that they want, and sometimes it is really hard to choose between these decisions and what God wants me to do. Now that is such a relevant and a pertinent difficulty and I’m sure all of us here do face these similar challenges. But what often happens is we fall into a trap, and we compartmentalize our real lives and our spiritual lives. So, at a time, we may be reading the word of God, going to church, and praying but it fails to really transform and influence us. This is something that the word of God talks about and let’s just look into God’s word to find that answer. Reading from Psalms chapter 119 and verse 9, it says, ‘How can a young man cleanse his way? By taking heed according to your word.’ No matter what your age is, whether it is a young person like you, or somebody older, we all face temptations, it could be addictions, or our carnal desires but there is this one way to overcome all of this and that is what our verse says for today, it is by heeding God’s word. God’s word is an instructional book to life, it is also something that cleanses us, has the power to change us. Today when we are looking at different things in our lives, whether we are young at heart or age, or spiritually, it is God’s word that helps us to overcome things around and things that we see in our lives. What does the word of God call us to do? It is to take God in every area of our lives. We see that in Proverbs chapter 3, and verses 5-6, it says, ‘Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on our own understanding. And in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your path straight.’ Take God in every area of your life, how do you do that? It is by committing to reading and meditating on God’s word, heeding God’s word. The more that you mediate and read His word; you will see that things change in your life. So, Jeremy, heed God’s word in every area of your life and do what it says. Shall we pray together? Heavenly Father, we thank you, for your word that is instructional for our lives, the word of God that cleanses our way not just for people who are young but for all of us, we pray that we will concentrate on learning your word, meditating on your word and doing as it says for in it, we have life and peace, thank you, in Jesus’s name we pray, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Health and Strength (Daily Devotional)
Jun 10 2022
Health and Strength (Daily Devotional)
Greetings and thank you for the opportunity to come to you. We trust you have had a great week so far and that every day you have been encouraged in your faith in God, as we’ve spent these few moments together. We have been looking at receiving healing through His word and I trust that it has brought an understanding to you, that God can release healing into your life through His word, just as you hear His word, meditate in it, receive it and release your faith in that word, by consistently speaking it, believing it and declaring it in prayer and acting in line with His word. I want to wrap us this week by emphasizing that healing is available for every person. Sometimes, we tend to rule ourselves out saying well, maybe healing is for somebody else but not for me, maybe I am one of those people who should be suffering for the rest of my life, that is not true, let me remind you of two truths in the scriptures, Provers chapter 3 and verses 7 and 8, ‘Do not be wise in your own eyes; Fear the Lord and depart from evil. It will be health to your flesh, and strength to your bones.’ Just think about this very logically- how many of us can fear God and depart from evil? Few of us, some of us, or all of us? The answer is all of us. Everyone can make a choice to fear God and depart from evil. Do you fear God and depart from evil? Of course, that is why you are paying attention to His word, because you fear God and you depart from evil, the next verse is also for you which says, it will be health to your flesh - healing to your body and strength/ nourishment to your bones. If your bones are well nourished, that’s where the blood is manufactured, it is symbolic telling us that you are going to be in good health, it is going to be strength, health and nourishment and nurture to your whole body. So, the very simple thing of fearing God, positions you to walk in health and healing. What am I saying? Healing is for you; you fear God and healing is for you. The second truth I want to just point us to is the ministry of Jesus. When Jesus ministered over and over again, everyone who came to Him, received healing. Jesus ministered healing to everyone who came to Him in faith, that’s why we can say with all confidence, that healing is for everyone who will come to God, by faith in Jesus Christ and His word. Healing and every healing promise is yours. Take time to receive this word, feed your spirit with this word and receive healing through His word because healing is available to you, it’s for everyone. Let’s pray, Father, we thank you that you are a God who treats all of us equally and you’ve made provision for healing for every person, that just us fearing you, positions us to receive health to our body, strengthen our bones, let every person listening receive a fulfilment of your word, healing in their bodies, in Jesus’s name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Release Your Faith In His Word (Daily Devotional)
Jun 9 2022
Release Your Faith In His Word (Daily Devotional)
Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Receive His Word And Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Jun 8 2022
Receive His Word And Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Greetings and thank you once again for the opportunity to come to you and spend this time with you in the word of God. This week, we’re talking about receiving healing through the word, what we emphasize is that there is Gods’ healing power in His word, His word is like medicine and when His word is received and we hear the word and act upon it, release our faith in it, then healing is affected in our bodies. Today, I just want to take few moments to remind us of that healing word or scriptures and then we are going to learn how to release our faith in that and receive our healing. The Bible presents or gives to us several healing scriptures and promises, in Exodus chapter 15 and verse 26, God said, ‘none of these diseases will come upon you, because I am the Lord who heals you.’ He is telling His people, when all those things were happening in Egypt, that none of those things will come upon you, because I am your healer. In Exodus chapter 23 and verse 25, He says, ‘“So you shall serve the LORD your God, and He will bless your bread and your water. And I will take sickness away from the midst of you. And the number of your days, I will fulfill.’ So, God is saying, I will remove sickness from your life, I will bless all that you eat, and drink and you will live out the full length of your life. In Deuteronomy chapter 7 and verse 15, He says, ‘I will take sickness away from your midst.’ So, God is the one who takes sickness away, not the one who brings sickness in, that is our God. In Psalms chapter 91, and verse 10, He says, ‘No evil shall befall you, nor shall any plague come near your dwelling;’ it says in verse 16, ‘With long life I will satisfy you, and show you, My salvation.”’ God says, no plague or disease will come near your dwelling. We know Psalms chapter 103, it says, ‘bless the Lord, O my soul, He forgives all our sins and heals us of all our diseases.’ God is the healer, and He heals us of all our diseases. Mathew chapter 8 and verse 17, He is quoting from Isaiah chapter 53 and verse 4, ‘Surely, He has borne our sicknesses and carried our diseases.’ Surely Jesus bore our sickness and carried our pain, so that we don’t have to bear them, we don’t have to carry them around, that’s the word of God. Bible says that the Holy Spirit dwells in us (Romans chapter 8 and verse 11), He gives life to our mortal body, yes, this body is mortal, but the Holy Spirit is giving life to every cell in your body. Therefore, when the Holy Spirit gives life, then sickness and disease has to leave. in 1 Corinthians chapter 6 and verse 13, Paul says, the body is not for sin, but it is for the Lord and the Lord is for the body. If the body is not for sin, then the body is not for sickness either, it is not for anything evil or that comes from the devil, the body is not for sickness but for the Lord and the Lord is for the body. The Lord is Jehovah Rapha, He is fully for the body, He is giving His health and healing and wholeness to the body and there is so many other scriptures that encourage us to believe God for healing. You heard the healing scriptures, by His stripes, you were healed. If God has said, I was healed, that is truth, then I am healed, and I want to walk as a healed person, by the wounds that Jesus bore. Let’s pray, Father, we have heard your healing words, none of your words will return to you void, let healing be administered to every person listening today, in Jesus’s name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Faith To Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Jun 7 2022
Faith To Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Greetings and thank you for the opportunity to come to you today and spend these few moments in God’s word. We trust that each and every day as you listen to these short messages, you are strengthened and encouraged and if you are, tell others about it, tell them to listen to these messages and they can be helped; and especially this week as we are focusing on receiving healing through God’s word, just call somebody or a few people, who need God’s healing in their bodies and tell them to listen to these messages and learn how to receive healing through the word of God. Today, I want to bring our attention to this fact that, as we want to receive healing through the word, a very important action needs to take place, that is, faith has to be built up in our hearts and released, in order to receive healing through the word of God. That can happen in a moment of time, sometimes it may take a few days, sometimes it can happen instantly, but when faith is built up and faith is released, then healing will take place. Let’s look at an example in Acts chapter 14, verses 8-10, apostle Paul is in Lystra, and it says, ‘And in Lystra a certain man without strength in his feet was sitting, a cripple from his mother’s womb, who had never walked. This man heard Paul speaking. Paul, observing him intently and seeing that he had faith to be healed, said with a loud voice, “Stand up straight on your feet!” And he leaped and walked.’ So here is a man who is born crippled, he is hearing the message and the word that Paul was preaching and as that word is coming in, obviously, Paul must have been telling them about Jesus, the healer, who heals our diseases, Jesus the savior, the one who forgives our sins and this man is listening, that word is going into his heart and faith is rising. He says, I believe it, I believe that Jesus can do that for me, I believe that Jesus is my healer and Paul sees that this man has faith to be healed, he tells him, stand up, in other words, come on act and exercise your faith, put your faith to work. We know that we can exercise our faith through the words we speak, the prayers we pray and the actions we take. So, we exercise our faith and, in that moment, the word we heard, when believed and acted upon, will bring healing. So how do we receive healing through the word? We hear the word, let faith arise, we keep hearing the word, let faith arise and you act on that. How can you act on the word? You speak words of faith; you declare that it is done before God through your prayers, and you do what you could not do. It just takes simple steps of faith; however, God lead you, you act your faith and when we have heard the word, believed the word, act on the word, we receive our faith, and receive our healing through faith. Let’s pray, Father, we thank you, for your word, that when we believe and act upon it, we will receive our healing. We pray for those listening, we pray many will receive their healing as they act upon your word, in Jesus’s name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP:
Hear and Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Jun 6 2022
Hear and Be Healed (Daily Devotional)
Greetings and thank you for this time and this opportunity to come to you and spend a few moments in God’s word and in prayer with you. We trust that as God’s word is brought to you each and veery day, that you are encouraged in your faith. This week, we are specifically talking about receiving healing through the word and each one of us must learn how to receive healing through the word. Sometimes, we can feel sickness coming on in our bodies, some sort of a pain, or an ache, or an ailment, sometimes we go to the doctor, and he gives us a report which says these are the things that are wrong, the doctor has said, they are doing their part, we respect that, but what do we do? We go to God’s word, and we learn how to receive healing through the word. We have to learn to do that, and we can do that. There is nothing wrong in getting others to pray for us or getting others to lay hands on us or anoint us with oil, and there are many other ways by which God can bring healing to us but this way, is something that should become part of our lives; we learn how to receive healing through God’s word for ourselves, that is what we want each one of us to learn how to do. When we think about the powerful ministry of Jesus, great multitudes of people came, and they were healed. Now, many times we tend to think, that people just came at random to Jesus and He just waved a magic wand on them, and they were all healed. If we observe very carefully in the gospels and I will just read one verse of scripture from Luke chapter 5 and verse 15, this is what we find, ‘However, the report went around concerning Him all the more; and great multitudes came together to hear, and to be healed by Him of their infirmities. ’Jesus wasn’t just a healer or miracle worker, but He went about preaching and teaching and healing. That means His preaching and teaching preceded His healing and miracles. Here is one example in Luke chapter 5 and verse 15, the crowds came but they came to hear and to be healed, they didn’t just come to be healed, they came to hear, that means they had to give time to hear the word. Jesus would preach to them and teach them, obviously He used the Old Testament scriptures, and I can just imagine He must have reminded them that our God is Jehovah Rapha, He must have reminded them of our God turning the bitter water into sweet, He must have reminded them of God’s covenant of healing and so many things, but He taught them and then He ministered to them. So, the hearing of the word of God, positions us to receive the healing that we need from God. So also today, you take time every day, if you are in need of healing, take time first to hear the word of God, whether it is by you opening up the bible and reading the healing verses in the bible or today we have audio sermons and so on, so you can hear the word through the audio or video or whatever form you want, but you hear the word and as you keep hearing the word and you consistently do so, what are you doing? You are bringing God’s medicine into your life. The word of God carries healing power, God’s healing power is in His word, His word is medicine to your whole body and as you hear the word, you are positioning yourself to receive healing from God and that word will work and produce in our lives. So, in order to receive healing, take time to hear the word of God, keep hearing the healing scriptures, the healing word of God, you will receive your healing. Let’s pray, Father, we ask that, you will enable us to hear the word, receive your healing knowing that your word is healing to our whole bodies, in Jesus’s name, Amen. Thank you for tuning in to living supernaturally, for more resources to strengthen your spiritual strengthen your spiritual walk, please visit apcwo.org. Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need ( ). Also available free sermons ( and free Christian books ( to nourish and strengthen your faith. Watch our online Sunday Church service live stream every Sunday at 10:30am (Indian Time, GMT+5:30). Spirit filled, anointed worship, Word and ministry for healing, miracles and deliverance. YOUTUBE: SERMONS: BOOKS: DEVOTIONALS: CHRIST: COLLEGE: FELLOWSHIP: APP: