Keep Your Amen Alive TREM Devotional 31 October 2020



Topic: Keep Your Amen Alive  TREM Devotional 31 October 2020


“…… These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God” Revelation 3:14 (KJV)


The challenge with most believers is that their Amen does not come from the heart. Until your Amen agrees with God’s Amen, there will be no manifestation. For all the promises of God in Christ Jesus are yea and Amen. When we stand in agreement and say Amen, then we see the glory of God. Until you say Amen and it comes from your heart, there will be no glory.


So every moment you receive the Word you have a responsibility to say Amen. You receive it in your spirit. You might not fully understand it but as it registers in your spirit, receive it. That is why many times when you believe something, the enemy will come in the arena of the flesh to bombard you and make you think it will never happen.


In Mark chapter 9, a man came to Jesus as He was descending from the mount of transfiguration, and said, my son is grievously tormented of a spirit. Jesus replied, if you can believe, all things are possible. In other words, if you can say Amen, all things are possible to him that believes. The man said I believe, but please in case I don’t believe enough, help my unbelief. Help me!


In Mark chapter 5, Jairus came to Jesus and said my daughter is sick and at the point of death. Come and lay your hands upon my daughter and she shall live. If she is dead, she will be alive. And Jesus said Amen because His promises are always yea and Amen. As they were both going to the house of Jairus, half way into the journey, some professional mourners met them on the way and told Jairus, don’t bother yourself any longer, your daughter is dead. And Jesus said to him, don’t be afraid, only believe. In other words, keep your Amen alive. Keep your belief intact. Fear not! Don’t panic! Keep on saying Amen. God has spoken! No matter what I feel outside, it does not matter. What God said will come to pass. Whatever God has said concerning you will come to pass in the name of Jesus.


Further Reading: Mark 9:14-24; Mark 5:35-43


Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Jeremiah 22-23; Evening- Titus 1


Written by Dr. Mike Okonkwo; Is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord.

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