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What is Destiny?

Destiny refers to the life that is pre-determined for a man on the earth. Scriptures make us to understand that God had everything about a man’s life pre-determined before the man is sent to the earth Jer. 1:5; Rms. 8:29-30; Heb. 12:1; Gal. 1:15-16.

What is Encounter with Destiny?

It means to step into what God has pre-determined for one’s life on the earth. Every man that desires to experience fulfillment in life must strive for encounter with destiny.

Encounter with destiny is not a one-time experience, but an all life affair. The destiny of a child of God is like a book with chapters, it opens up one chapter after another Pro. 4:18; Isa. 29:11-12.

Why must I have Encounter with Destiny?

  1. Every child of God has a glorious destiny in Christ Rms. 8:29-30; 2Pet. 1:2.

When the believer steps into what God has ordained for his life, he steps out of shame forever, and into glory.

  1. Every child of God has an enviable destiny Gen. 26:12-14; Gal. 4:28.

What God has prepared for every life is great; stepping into it will turn the life of the man to the envy of all.

  1. Every child of God has a prosperous destiny Rev. 5:12; 3Jn 2.

What God ordained for an individual is where he makes all provisions available. When one step into what God has ordained, he has stepped out of lack into sufficiency of all things.

How to have Encounter with Destiny.

There are covenant forces that enable the believer to step into what God has ordained for his life on the earth.

  1. Be born again and remain so.

Sin takes a man out of God and what was ordained for his life on the earth Rms. 6:1-2.  When an individual return to God, he steps into what God has ordained for his life Lk. 15:12-24; Jn. 3:3-5.

  • Be spiritually minded.

Spiritual mindedness means having one’s mind filled and occupied with the things of God’s kingdom Col. 3:1-2.  It’s also means to have the Holy Spirit absolutely in control of one’s mind. It empowers the believer to access what God has ordained for his life on the earth 1Cor. 2:14; Rms. 8:6.

  • Be committed to walking in the Spirit.

When the believer walks in the spirit, the Holy Spirit guides him into what God has pre-ordained for his life Jn. 16:13; Gal. 5:25; Rev. 1:10. Walking in the spirit demands being sensitive and obedience to the voice of the Holy Spirit.

  • Stay in love with God.

The love of God at work in a believer brings him into all that God has ordained for his life Jn. 15:15; 1Cor. 2:9-10. The proof of the love of God is love for what God loves 1Jn. 3:18. God loves souls Jn. 3:16; His word Psa. 138:2; His house Psa. 87:2. How much he believer loves these things, is what shows how much of God’s love is in him.

  • Crave for increasing revelation.

Every new light from God’s word brings the believer into new things ordained to his life 2Cor. 3:18; Pro. 24:14.

  • Be committed to a life of prayer and fasting.

The altar of prayer and fasting is the altar of empowerment Isa. 58:6. The power will clear off the opposition is resisting the believer from accessing what God has ordained for his life Psa. 66:3.

  • Be committed to the lifestyle of praise.

Praise will secure God’s presence any time, any day Psa. 22:3; Isa. 30:29. And God’s presence guarantees the believer’s access to all that was prepared for his life Psa. 16:11.

In conclusion, God knows you, and has ordained a great life for you Gen. 12:2-3. Each one of us must make the decision to walk in the way God has provided for accessing that great life. Therefore, expect the opening of a new chapter to your life today.

To anyone reading this that will love to give his/her life to Christ, pray this prayer out loud with me from your heart: “Lord Jesus, I surrender my life to you today. Forgive me my sins; wash me with your blood. I believe you died for me, on the third day you rose again that I may be justified. Right now, I believe that my sins are forgiven; I’m justified by your blood; I’m born-again; I’m saved; I’m a child of God; I’m free from the power of sin to serve the living God. Thank you Jesus for receiving me; thank you Jesus for restoring me; thank you Jesus for


Father in the name of Jesus, I demand for divine help to step into the new chapter of the life you have ordained for me on the earth right now Exo. 23:20.

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