Day 22 The power of faith

Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Matthew 17:20
There are three dimensions of the supernatural: faith, anointing and glory. Faith is the first of the three. For someone to move in miracles, signs, wonders and the gifts of the spirit, all he has to do are start taking leaps of faith. For example, we purchased our first building by faith because we didn’t really have the money.
At work, believe God will provide you with a raise. If someone is sick, pray for them and declare them healed by faith. If someone is tormented, deliver them in the name of Jesus. Begin to move in faith!
Do you realize that when we pray with faith we are knocking at the doors of the supernatural? If God used Pastor Segovia in Spain, He can use you too. Do you dare to take a step of faith?
Let us pray
Dear Jesus, on this day I decide to believe in Your power to create miracles. I “bypass” reason and I connect with the divine source that supplies every need. Lord, use my faith to heal the sick, deliver the captive, restore relationships, cancel debts, and everything else You want to do among Your people. I am willing to walk in Your supernatural power! Amen.
John 7:38
“Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.”
Romans 15:13
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”
John 6:35
“Then Jesus declared, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.’”

Day 21 Guide your Heart will all diligence

Guard your heart with all diligence, for from it flow springs of life. Proverbs 4:23
The condition of your heart determines the condition of your life .The life of God begins in the heart, but sin begins there too. All of us have areas in our lives we should align with God’s walk, that is why the Scripture teaches us that of all those things we guard, we must protect our hearts above all, because it is the wellspring of life (Pr. 4:23). This means that if the heart of an individual is sick, then his life will reflect sickness. If his heart is full of sadness, in all of his life sadness will accompany him. If someone carries unforgiveness, his body will reflect it. The condition of our heart affects every aspect of our lives and that is why it is important that we guard it! If we carry an emotional injury or resentment, we must forgive the offenders and release them, and then ask God to heal your heart, so that the condition of your life will also be healed.
If you desire a life filled with joy, your heart must be joyful. If you want to live in peace, fill your life with the peace of God. Make a commitment today to make changes in your life, starting with what’s in your heart.
Let us pray
Heavenly Father, on this day I place before You the offenses that I have lived, the bad experiences, the wounds from the past, and all that I have suffered, since I was formed in my mother’s womb until today. I take responsibility for the sin of my ancestors, for each one of them. I ask you Lord to help me change the things that I can’t change by myself, and deliver me from the loads that I cannot carry. I declare that the power of resurrection comes to my life, change my heart and make me a new person, in Jesus’s name. Amen.
Proverbs 22:5
Thorns and snares are in the way of the froward: he that doth keep his soul shall be far from them.
Proverbs 23:19
Hear thou, my son, and be wise, and guide thine heart in the way.
Proverbs 28:26
He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool: but whoso walketh wisely, he shall be delivered.

Day 20 Offering Spiritual Sacrifices

You also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 1 Peter 2:5

The power of God only falls where there is sacrifice, and this proves that what was offered is real. To many believers, “the word sacrifice” has become a bad word. They do everything in their power to stay in what is comfortable and convenient. However, the fire of God doesn’t fall on those who only have faith, but on the ones who also make a sacrifice to the Lord. There is no such thing as sacrifice without inconvenience, without renouncing to something we want. 1 Peter 2:5 says that we are called, “…to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ”. So if we want God’s fire and passion, we must constantly offer sacrifices to Him, not sacrifices of animals or things, but rather spiritual sacrifices of commitment and service. I have never read a verse in the Bible where His fire fell over an empty altar, devoid of a sacrifice. That is why we must always seek new levels of surrender, offering, prayer, fasting and intercession. These are the spiritual sacrifices we are called to offer Him as priests of the new generation. God is ready to pour out His fire. What sacrifice will you put before the altar today?


You don’t need to be a pastor for God to manifest His supernatural power through you. The signs, according to what is written, will follow those who believe in God (Mark 16:17-18). However, if you are a pastor, God will use you with even greater power. Do you want the fire and the passion of God to come to you?

Let us pray

Lord Jesus, I believe You died on the cross, once and forever, and You were offered as a lamb for the sacrifice. I believe You arose from the dead on the third day, went to heaven, and are sitting at the right hand of the Father. For the power released on cross, I surrender to You, and I offer the sacrifice of praise, and the fruits of lips to confess in Your name. I give You my living and holy body; that sacrifice that pleases You most because that is the right way to worship You. I ask that You send the fire upon me and give me more passion for You! Thank you Lord, Amen.

Exodus 19:6
And unto Me you shall be a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.’ These are the words that you are to speak to the Israelites.”

Proverbs 9:1
Wisdom has built her house; she has carved out her seven pillars.

Isaiah 61:6
But you will be called the priests of the LORD; they will speak of you as ministers of our God; you will feed on the wealth of nations, and you will boast in their riches.

Day 19 Greater faithfulness corresponds to greater authority

The one who rejects me and does not receive my words has a judge; the word that I have spoken will judge him on the last day. John 12:48

God is the original source of all authority, and He does not delegate it to irresponsible people. Since the grace to lead comes from God, He tests our faithfulness on the road to leadership, adding some leaders and removing others. In the parable of the ten talents, Jesus said, “… because you were faithful in a very little, have authority over ten cities” (Lk. 19:17). This means that greater faithfulness corresponds to greater authority. God delegates authority to us so we can exercise His supernatural power legally on earth and destroy the works of the devil, and He increases it according to our faithfulness. When someone refuses to submit to His authority, there is usually a curse operating in his life. This curse is broken when the individual repents for resisting authority, and accepts his responsibility. If the Holy Spirit is exposing areas of rebellion in your life today, and bringing you conviction, don’t let the opportunity slip you by.


Repent and renounce the rebellion! Perhaps this is causing you sickness, poverty, fear, scarcity or family problems. When you repent it will activate the power of God that overcomes all hardships, and you will be set free in the name of Jesus!

Let us pray

Dear Lord Jesus, in this day, I repent and renounce the spirit of rebellion. I activate the power of God to defeat all circumstances that so far have caused illness, poverty, slavery, fear, scarcity, and family problems. I recognize that greater faithfulness corresponds with greater authority. I give You thanks, my dear Jesus. Amen.

Hebrews 1:2
But in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.

Colossians 2:8
See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ.

2 Peter 1:3
His divine power has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of him who called us to his own glory and excellence

February 18


For whom the Lord loves He corrects, even as a father corrects the son in whom he delights.

Scriptures: Proverbs 12:1; Hebrews 12:11; 2 Timothy 3:16; Proverbs 15:32

Perhaps you have been struggling with accepting yourself. You see the areas in yourself where change is necessary. You desire to be like Jesus. Yet it is very difficult for you to think or say, “I accept myself.” You feel that to do so would be to accept all that is wrong with you, but that is not the case. We can accept and embrace ourselves as God’s unique creation, and still not like everything we do.
God will change us, but we cannot even begin the process of change until this issue of self-acceptance is settled in our individual lives. When we truly believe that God loves us unconditionally just as we are, then we will have a closeness to Him, and we will be willing to receive His correction, which is necessary for true change.
Change requires corrections—people who do not know they are loved have a very difficult time receiving correction. Correction is merely God giving us divine direction for our lives. He is guiding us to better things, but if we are insecure we will always feel condemned by correction instead of joyfully embracing it.
God does not approve of all of our actions, but He does love and approve of us as His beloved children.

Be patient with yourself. Keep pressing on and believe that you are changing every day.

February 17


I, Wisdom [from God], make prudence my dwelling, and I find out knowledge and discretion.

A word you don’t hear very much teaching about is “prudence.” In the Scriptures “prudence” or “prudent” means being good stewards of the gifts God has given us to use. Those gifts include abilities, time, energy, strength, and health as well as material possessions. They include our bodies as well as our minds and spirits.
God has given each of us different gifts and grace according to how He wants us to use them. One person may be gifted to sing and does so in their local area, while another person’s singing ability is known in most of the world. The Bible tells us to use our gifts according to the grace given to us (Romans 12:6).
Each of us would be wise to know how much we are able to handle, to be able to recognize when we are reaching “full capacity” or “overload.” Instead of pushing ourselves into overload to please others, satisfy our own desires, or reach our personal goals, we can learn to listen to the Lord and obey Him. If we follow the Lord’s leading, we will enjoy blessed lives.
We all experience stress and at times we feel the effects of it, but we should learn to manage it well. Ask God to show you areas in your life that could be changed to help you eliminate excess stress better.

God is good, and He wants you to enjoy a peaceful life.