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What Does The Legs Of Every Christian Have In Common? - What I Learned From Kenneth & Gloria Copeland's Daily Devotional For Today - 14th January 2017 - A Review By A.B.King



Acts 2:34-35 KJV
For David is not ascended into the heavens: but he saith himself, The Lord said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, [35] Until I make thy foes thy footstool.


    Today's devotional is so powerful I can't wait till you read it yourself. Kindly click here to read the devotional right away.

     In today's devotional, Pastor Kenneth Copeland talks about the fact that God has put Christians in a position of authority and the devil can only kill what is ours, steal what is ours, or destroy what is ours if we let him.

     Pastor Kenneth Copeland proved that the victory is our right.

     Further more, Pastor Kenneth Copeland made is clear that it is not God's responsibility to the defeat the works of the devil on earth. It's the responsibility of the Christian. God has given us the authority & power to do so. And he has given us the mandate to do so too.

    So rather than sitting back, folding our hands, and expecting God to do something about the evil in this world, we should know that God is folding his hands and expecting us (Christians) whom he gave the power to do something about it.
    

My Prayer For You:

   I pray that it becomes your conviction that the power & responsibility to change the world is on you, and so you step out from now hence forth to create any desired change that is in line with the Word of God that you want. In Jesus Name. Amen.


Further Study:

Genesis 3:1-14

To Read Today's Devotional By Kenneth & Gloria Copeland Go To: http://kcm.org/read/faith-to-faith/01/14



NOTE: No excerpt of Pastors Kenneth & Gloria Copeland's Daily Devotional is featured in this article. This is a Review.

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