Aseda Broadcast Network
Watch Live
Videos
Live Radio
Contact

Home
Currently Showing Now Playing Salvation Matters
Now Playing Salvation Matters The Most Currently Showing
AudioNow
AudioNow
AudioNow
Listen to Radio on your Phone! Call Now
605-475-8038  |  712-432-6376
Monday, February 04, 2019 - THE WORDS CHOKED WITH THE CARES AND RICHES

Topic: THE WORDS CHOKED WITH THE CARES AND RICHES

Text:
LUKE 8:5-15

Memory Verse:
LUKE 8:14

“And that which fell among thorns are they, which, when they have heard, go forth, are choked with cares and riches and pleasures of this life, and bring no fruit to perfection."

The parable of the seed sower is a parable that is needed by every believer to understand and apply the revelation to their lives.
We who believe in Jesus and follow Him must always be careful that worldly responsibilities, material things or pleasures do not fill our thoughts and become our priorities in life.

If this happens, our spiritual lives will be drained of the power that we receive from our relationship with Jesus. Thorns and weeds such as worldly worries and pleasures can slowly but surely choke the passion for God’s word and purposes from our lives.

We should always ask ourselves: what is happening in my life? Am I getting caught up more and more in temporary earthly things and concerns? Or are God’s eternal word and purposes taking priority and becoming more important as times goes by?

Take a hold of the word of God very important because therein you prosper and find good success.

PRAYER POINTS


1. Lord, I thank you for the life you have given me through your word, in the name of Jesus.
2. Dear Lord, uphold me in the hour of temptation in the name of Jesus.
3. Let your word be so deeply rooted in me that no temptation will be able to uproot it from me, in the name of Jesus.
4. Lord, I decree that the cares and the pleasures of the world, shall not choke your word out of my heart, in the name of Jesus.
5. Lord, let the entrance of your word lead me to perfection, in the name of Jesus.
6. Lord, thank you for answered prayers, in the name of Jesus.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough Devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Saturday, February 02, 2019 - BE A CHEERFUL BELIEVER

Text: PROVERBS 17:1- 28

Memory Verse:
Proverbs 17:22

“A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones”.

Being a believer doesn’t make you a sadist but a joyful person before God and to everyone around you. A believer should not be going around wearing a sad face, it doesn’t speak of what God has done for you and neither does it attract nonbelievers to accept Christ into their lives.
As a believer who have been saved by a risen Christ, why shouldn’t we be cheerful? The answer, of course, is that we have every reason to honor our savior with joy in our hearts, smiles on our faces, and words of celebration on our lips.

Christ promises us lives of abundance and joy if we accept His love and His grace. Yet sometimes, even the most righteous among us are beset by fits of ill temper and frustration. During these moments, we may not feel like turning our thoughts and prayers to Christ, but if we seek to gain perspective and peace, that is precisely what we must do.
Are you a cheerful Christian? You should be one. And what is the best way to attain the joy that is rightfully yours? By giving Christ what is rightfully His: your heart, your soul, and your life.

PRAYER POINTS


1. Lord make me a joyful believer, leader in the name of Jesus.
2. Lord, let me celebrate this day and your Son Jesus, in the name of Jesus.
3. Lord, let me speak words of encouragement and hope to all who cross my path today, in the name of Jesus.
4. Lord, let others see the joy and thanksgiving that I feel in my heart for your priceless gift to the world, in the name of Jesus.
5. Lord, make me a contagious cheerful believer to other people around me, in the name of Jesus.
6. Lord, thank you for answered prayers, in Jesus name.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Friday, February 01, 2019 - UNCHANGEABLE GOD

Topic: UNCHANGEABLE GOD

Text:
MALACHI 3: 5-15

Memory Verse:
MALACHI 3:6

“For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed."

The Bible said in Hebrews 13:8 that “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever.” We live in a world that is always changing, but we worship, serve a God who never changes. To God be the glory. That means we can be comforted in the knowledge that our Heavenly Father is the rock that simply cannot be moved.

My fellow reader of today’s devotional, The next time you face difficult circumstances, tough times, unfair treatment, or unwelcome changes, remember that some things never change -things like the love that you feel in your heart for your family and friends and the love that God has for you. So instead of worrying too much about life’s inevitable challenges, focus your energies on finding solutions. Because our God is unchangeable, He has knowledge of what is coming to attack you and He knows what He's going to do to your Victory. Be rest assured that He will always causes you to triumph daily.

PRAYER POINTS

1. Lord, I know that our circumstances are constantly changing but I thank you that you are unchangeable that changes my situation.
2. Lord, I thank you that you are the ever present in the time of trouble, in the name of Jesus.
3. Lord, I thank you that you are the same yesterday, today and forever, in the name of Jesus.
4. Lord, when I face the inevitable transition of life, I will turn to you for strength and assurance, in the name of Jesus.
5. Lord, thank you for your love that is unchanging and everlasting, in the name of Jesus.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Thursday, January 31, 2019 - JESUS RESTORES HUMANITY

Topic: JESUS RESTORES HUMANITY

Text:
MATTHEW 9: 1-8

Memory Verse:
MATT 9:6

“But that you may know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins (then He said to the paralytic) Arise, pick up your bed and go into your house".

God often teaches us as we experience times of pain and suffering. We may wonder why Jesus healed the man in these verse by saying that his sins were forgiven. After all, what did that poor man's need have to do with his sins.

Probably nothing directly. But Jesus wanted people to understand His ministry, which was to heal souls. The amazing healings of bodies were signs of Jesus’ purpose - to save us from the ugly effects of sin. The source of our problems is often not our physical aches and pains. Our real problem is our sinful nature. Only Jesus can heal us of this disease.

PRAYER POINTS

1. Father Lord, give me a healing ministry that brings healing to all kinds of sicknesses and diseases.
2. Lord, give me grace to discern faith in those that have them, in the name of Jesus.
3. Lord, give me faith that gets your attention, in Jesus name.
4. Give me a ministry that brings God’s forgiveness to sinners, in Jesus name.
5. Lord, father help me to be untouched by biased criticism of my ministry, in the name of Jesus.
6. Lord, thank you for answered prayers, in the name of Jesus.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - TRUE BELIEVERS CELEBRATE LIFE.

Text:  PHILIPPIANS 4:1-23

Memory Verse:
PHILIPPIANS 4:1


"Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice! NKJV".

I have been privileged to study the book of Philippians once. This book is known as a book of joy. It seems strange that a man in prison would be telling a church to rejoice. Are you living a life of agitation, consternation, or celebration? If you are a believer, it should most certainly be the latter. With Christ as your savior, every day should be a time of celebration. Apostle Paul attitude teaches us an important lesson-our inner attitudes do not have to reflect our outward circumstances. Paul was full of joy because he knew that no matter what happened to him, Jesus Christ was with him.

Today, celebrate the life that God has given you. Today, put a smile on your face, kind words on your lips, and a song in your heart. Be generous with your praise and free with your encouragement. As you are celebrating life to the fullest, invite your friend to do likewise. After all, this is God’s day, and He has given us clear instructions for its use. Looking at our text for today, we are commanded to rejoice and be glad. So, with no further delay, let the celebration begin.


PRAYER POINTS

1. Lord, this is the day you have made, I will rejoice and be glad in it in
    Jesus  name.

2. Lord, let me choose an attitude of cheerfulness, in the name of Jesus.

3. Lord, let me be a joyful Christian leader, in the name of Jesus.

4. Lord, help me to be quick to laugh and slow to anger, in the name of Jesus.

5. Lord, let me praise you and give thanks for your blessings, in the name
    of Jesus.

6. Lord, today is your creation and let me celebrate it and You, in the name
    of Jesus.

#CBFIM

#Breakthrough devotional

#Weareovercomers

#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - THE POINTLESSNESS OF BITTERNESS

Topic: THE POINTLESSNESS OF BITTERNESS.

Text:
EPHESIANS 4: 25-32

Memory Verse:
EPHESIANS 4:31-32.

“Stop being bitter and angry and mad at others. Don’t yell at one another or curse each other or ever be rude. Instead, be kind and merciful, and forgive others, just as God forgave you because of Christ.”

Sometimes it is more easier to forgive those who hurts you but to let go off the bitterness in your heart is the most difficult thing.
We are warned about the dangers of bitterness, and with good reasons. Bitterness is a spiritual sickness. It will consume your soul; it is dangerous to your emotional health. It can be dangerous to you if you allow it, so don’t allow it.

If you are caught up in intense feelings of anger or resentment, you know too well the destructive power of these emotions. How can you rid yourself of these feelings? First, you must prayerfully ask God to cleanse your heart. Secondly, you must learn to catch yourself whenever thoughts of bitterness or hatred begin to attack you. Your challenge is this: you must learn to resist negative thoughts before they steal your emotions.
When you learn to direct your thoughts toward more positive topics, you will be protected from spiritual and emotional consequences of bitterness and you will be wiser, healthier and happier too.

PRAYER POINTS

1. Lord, I thank you for your willingness to forgive me of every bitterness in my heart, in the name of Jesus.
2. Lord, deliver me from anger and bitterness in the name of Jesus.
3. Lord, keep me mindful that forgiveness is your commandment for me, in the name of Jesus.
4. Lord, let me turn away from bitterness and instead claim the spiritual abundance that you offer through the gift of your son, in the name of Jesus.
5. Lord, create in me a clean heart and renew a right spirit within me, in the name of Jesus.
6. Lord, thank you for answered prayers, in the name of Jesus.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough Devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Monday, January 28, 2019 - WAIT FOR THE MOVE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

Text: GALATIANS 5:16-26

Memory Verse:
GALATIANS 2:25

“If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit”.

God’s Spirit has given us life, and so we should follow the Spirit. We can grieve the Spirit with our angry words and resist the Spirit in our disobedience. We can even quench the Spirit by having no regard for God’s teachings. Here is something that helps me stay with the Spirit. We know that the fruit of the Spirit is "love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control (Galatians 5:22-23)".

Holy Spirit creates and distributes these characters. So whenever I sense them, I know I am walking in the Spirit. Whenever I lack them, I know I am out of step with the Spirit.
To know how to walk in the Spirit, then respond to the promptings God gives you.

Are you getting frustrated because you don’t sense the move of Holy Spirit? Just be patient and wait. Abraham waited for the promised son. Moses waited for forty years in the wilderness. Jesus waited thirty years before He began His ministry. God instills seasons of silence in His plan.
Time is needed for the development of a crop. And the disciples of Jesus also waited for the move of God. Wait for him to move, nudge, and direct you.

PRAYER POINTS

1. Lord, I thank you for coming into my life to be my friend, in the name of Jesus.
2. Lord, I thank you for the fruits and gifts of the Spirit in my life, in the name of Jesus.
3. Lord, help to walk in the Spirit at all times in the name of Jesus.
4. Lord, give me the grace not to step ahead of you, in the name of Jesus.
5. Lord, help not to grieve the Holy Spirit of God, in the name of Jesus.
6. Lord, thank you for answered prayers, in the name of Jesus.

#CBFIM
#Breakthrough Devotional
#Weareovercomers
#Pastor Timothy Oluwasola.

Aseda Broadcast Network
Copyright © 2019 Aseda Broadcast Network. All rights reserved.