The Guide to our place of Destiny

The Guide to our place of Destiny

“And He said unto them, ‘As soon as you enter the city, a man carrying a jar of water will meet you’. Follow him to the house he enters, and say to the owner of the house, ‘The Teacher asks: Where is the guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?’. He will show you a large upper room, all furnished. Make preparations there. And they left and found things just as Jesus had told them. So they prepared the Passover” (Luke 22:10-13)

In our focal scripture for this week’s devotion, when the time approached for Jesus’ last Passover on earth, He told His disciples how to locate the house and the host for the crucial ceremony. So Jesus sent His disciples on a mission to a destination they never knew, but they were going to be met by a man with a jar. The man with a jar was going to be their prophetic pointer to their goal. The man with a jar was going to be Heaven’s signpost for the disciples of Jesus in their assignment. In other words, for the disciples of Jesus to accomplish their mission; it was very crucial for them not to miss the man with a jar. If the disciples of Jesus had missed the man with the jar, then that was it.

Brothers and sisters, in the journey of life; is it not true that sometimes the guide to our place of destiny is a sign that God places before us. A sign that everybody else might also see but not understand. A sign that sometimes we ignore without realizing that it is meant to take us to our ordained place.

Brothers and sisters, hear God’s word for you today. God says, you will not miss that sign that will catapult you to your destiny. You will not miss that contact that will take you to your ordained place. You will not miss your prophetic pointer to your purpose in life in Jesus name.

My brothers and sisters, for the disciples of Jesus; it was a man carrying a jar of water. For the Israelites on their way to the Promised Land, it was a pillar of fire by night. For the wise men on their way to worship the new born King Jesus, it was a star in the sky; a sign that everybody else saw but never understood, not even the residents of the town of Bethlehem, over which that star shone.

I pray that you will never miss your sign in the name of Jesus Christ.

Wishing you a wonderful week

Your brother

Chuka Duru

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