Daily Devotional 7th of February 2021: Where is your Zeal and passion?

“And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works:” Hebrews 10:24. KJV
We live in a generation that is not so enthusiastic about God like before; a very lukewarm generation! It is important, therefore, that we continue charging one another as the dangerous days’ approach. Today, I would like to ask you: Where is your passion? Where is the fire you used to have for the Kingdom business? Where are the things that made you daring and go crazy for God? Where did you drop them? Have you joined the bandwagon of those that say, “let us just take it easy with this God?”

Jesus said in Revelation 3:16: “If you are neither hot nor cold, I will spue you out of my mouth.” (KJV). Some people who used to be on fire for the Lord have become smoke today. You need to check your passion. How excited are you in reading your Bible? How excited are you in waiting to hear what God is going to say next? How excited are you about coming to church? How excited are you about getting involved in spiritual activities?

It is a joy and a blessing to be involved. You never know the capacity you have until you start getting involved. That is what keeps us strong. Probably you are praying for several things and God is trying to bring out something from your life. However, you are limited because the fire is no more burning in you. I have often said that a fly does not perch on a hot pot. If demons are tormenting you and putting obstacles around you, could it be because you are no more zealous?

It is a costly thing to lose your zeal and miss your time of visitation. That can be very expensive. If you lose your zeal, it will affect every area of your life negatively. When God is telling you what to do, you may not be able to hear Him. I pray for you today that you will not lose your zeal and passion for God.

Further Reading: Revelation 3:14-22
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Leviticus 1-3; Evening- Matthew 24:1-28

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