📖: Mark 2:1-12

Confession: Psalm 91

Our Heavenly divine Helper is Jesus Christ, He rescued us from the sin of death. God sent His one and only Son into the world that we might live through him (1 John 4:9). Him being our Saviour and Redeemer, we are rest assured and say with confidence, “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can mere mortals do to me?” (Hebrews 13:6). He is also our divine Facilitator and our Shepherd. He protects, guides, and watches over us, in order for us to fulfill His good purpose (Philippians 2:13). He positions our physical divine helpers to assist us in accomplishing our preordained destiny. The physical divine helpers are co-facilitators. They help or assists us to become who we are destined to become in life.

We are all created for a divine purpose. It is our pre-determined future and God’s plan for our lives. Life is a journey and during the process of this journey, we need a helper at some point in our lives. We cannot fulfill our destiny on our own without the help of our helpers. Divine helpers have been strategically orchestrated by God before we were born and sometimes, suddenly, God raises a helper in a midst of a situation to help us. There are different types of helpers; either in our salvation, careers, businesses, marriages, families, jobs, education, or finances. Our destiny is our assignment that is preordained by God. They are God’s agenda for us. For us to achieve that purpose, each one of us have been assigned to a helper or helpers to assist and facilitate our destiny for us to accomplish our divine purpose on earth. 

Psalm 54:4 says “Surely God is my help; the Lord is the one who sustains me”. He promised to help (Isaiah 42:13) and will not disappoint us, He will deliver us from trouble whenever we call upon Him (Psalm 34:17). Examples of people in the Bible that God delivered from trouble are Joseph (Genesis 40:6-7); Namaan and the Israelite maid (2 Kings 5:3); Elijah and the widow of Zarephath (1 Kings 17:12-13); the Shunammite woman and Elisha (2 Kings 4:9-10), just to mention a few. Psalm 37:4 says “Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart”.

Some of us, unless our helper’s destiny manifest, we  might not be able to fulfill our own destiny. That’s why is advisable to pray for our helpers to manifest their own destiny so that they can help destiny fulfill our destiny. Also, we must pray not to miss our divine helpers.  “LOCATION”  and “CONNECTION” are key components to our divine helpers assisting us in fulfilling our destiny. May we be located by our divine helpers, at the right time and right location, in Jesus’ name. May all that are on satanic missions to derail our divine helpers from locating us be struck by God’s rod of punishment in Jesus’ name. When we have relationship with God, He will always protect, guide and deliver us from trouble. Those yet to surrender their lives to Jesus, do so now, tomorrow might be too late. DO IT NOW and stay connected to Jesus Christ. He is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us” (Ephesians 4:20). Stay connected! Stay focused! Go and Prosper! Have a blessed day. Shalom!!!


🙏 Where is the Lord God of Elijah that answer by fire, arise, connect me to my divine helper, in Jesus’ name. 

🙏 O God, my Father, make me to be at the right place and at the right time to connect with my divine helper in Jesus’ mighty name. 

🙏 Every power over darkness on assignment to manipulate my divine helpers against me, die, in the name of Jesus. 

🙏 My helper, where are you? Locate and help me, in Jesus’ name.

🙏 Every chain limiting my helpers, break, in the name of Jesus. 

🙏 I cancel any dream manipulation programmed against me and my divine helpers, in the name of Jesus.

🙏 O Lord, arise and let my destiny helpers manifest, in Jesus’ name,

🙏 Anointing to attract my destiny helpers, fall on me now, in the name on Jesus.

🙏 Father Lord anything in me that will hinder my divine helper from locating me, die, in Jesus’ name. 


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