Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional — Don’t Allow Distractions

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional

(Tuesday 19 March 2019)


Love not the world, neither the things
that are in the world. If any man love the
world, the love of the Father is not in
him (1 John 2:15).

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional


Christ Jesus already provided everything you
need to be triumphant, successful, and
prosperous in life. Therefore, you have no
reason to be distracted or to take your focus off fulfilling
His call on your life.
Distractions can come in different ways to
impede your passion, and stop you from being all that
the Lord has destined for you to be. They can come
in the form of needs; the things you want or things
you want to do, whether or not they’re working out.Distractions can also come from people such as
relatives, parents, friends, who try to shift your focus to
something different from God’s calling on your life.
Nonetheless, in whatever way or shade
distractions come, refuse to allow them. Understand
that as a Christian, especially when you’re making an
impact with the Gospel, you’ll face persecutions;
there’ll be those who’ll be against you, or even hate
you, but that shouldn’t be a surprise to you at all.
Jesus said, “…If they have persecuted me, they will also
persecute you…” (John 15:20). But guess what? It makes
no difference who’s against you; you’re forever a victor;
you’re more than a conqueror.
Distractions can come from the devil too. He can
bring such thoughts to you as, “Do you think you’re
supposed to be a Christian? What has this Christianity
even done for you?” Never entertain such thoughts; when they come, refute them and say, “Get thee hence,
Satan, for thou savoureth not the things that be of God,
but the things that be of men.”
Keep fueling your love for the Master, and refuse
to allow anything dissipate your zeal; anything that’ll
prevent you from putting your best in the Gospel. Once
you’re able to eliminate distractions in your life, you’ll
notice remarkable improvements in your personality,
output and influence. Maintain your focus; be the best
of you for the Lord and His eternal Kingdom.

My life is for the glory of God; my attention is fixed
on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of my faith! I
refuse to be distracted by anyone or anything in this
world, for I’m set on the course that I must follow.
I’m fulfilling God’s call and purpose for my life, and
always, my strength is renewed in Him. Praise God!

1 Corinthians 7:35 NLT; Hebrews 12:1-4

Luke 2:21-52 & Deuteronomy 13-15

Matthew 24:12-22 & Exodus 28

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome


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