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Thursday, May 30

Jeremiah 31:31-34


“…I will put my law in their minds and write on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people” Jeremiah 31L33, NIV.

Reverend Sam Adeyemi once said “if there is a New York then there is a presupposition that an Old York once existed”. Recently, Nigerians began to clamour for a restructuring which will affect her constitution and is believed would bring about a ‘New Nigeria”. It is quite unfortunate that the leaders are not ready to pay the price for this change at the moment. Good changes can be very costly but at the end it is highly rewarding.
One of the differences between the Old and the New covenant is how God is presented and seen by the people. In the Old, God is seen more like a “Boss”, fiery and fearful One, while the New covenant presents a loving and caring “Father” who desires that people gets closer to Him. This New covenant will be inscribed on the heart of the people and it will endure. It will bring profound changes and will never obliterate the promises of God. A more fascinating benefit of the new covenant is that; it will strengthen our fellowship bonding with God. Do you desire to know God and enjoy a more interesting fellowship with Him? This will happen when you surrender your life totally to Him and allow His word to find a place in your life.

Birthday Blessing: “As you look up unto God today may you find Him and you will never be disappointed” Psalm 12:1-2.

RBT Passage: Job 13 – 16

“Though we are incomplete, God loves us completely”. – Dieter Uchtdorf

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