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But Mary stood without at the
sepulchre weeping: and as she wept, she stooped down, and
looked into the sepulchre, And
seeth two angels in white sitting,
the one at the head, and the other
at the feet, where the body of
Jesus had lain. John 20:11-12. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:
Your revelation is directly
proportional to your desperation.
In our study yesterday, we
looked at the significance of
Easter; we saw that Life is stronger than death and that light
is stronger than darkness.
Today, being the first day after
Easter, we shall look at a Post
Resurrection manifestation of
Jesus Christ. The Scripture makes it clear that
Mary was the first person to
discover Jesus’ Resurrection;
she went to the tomb early in the
morning on the third day after
Jesus’ Death and discovered an empty tomb. So, she ran to tell
the disciples. The two disciples
(Peter and the other disciple) ran
to the tomb and saw linen cloths
lying and a napkin and were
convinced that Jesus had resurrected and then, they
returned home.
But Mary refused to go home. She
remained at the tomb and began
to cry passionately. Later on she
saw two Angels and then, Jesus appeared to her. Excitedly, she
rushed to touch Jesus but He said,
‘Do not touch me yet, Mary. I
was heading to the Heavenly
Holies of Holies to offer my Blood
for the atonement of the sins of humanity but your passion pulled
me back. I have to go to my
Father first. Go and tell my
brethren that I have
resurrected.’ (Mathew 28:10
Paraphrased). The two disciples missed the revelations of both the
angels and Jesus because they
were not desperate enough; they
were satisfied with seeing just
the napkin and linen cloths as
evidence that Jesus had actually resurrected.
Beloved, your revelation is
directly proportional to your
desperation; your level of
desperation determines your
depth of revelation. The intensity of your passion determines the
depth of your revelation. There
are many things around us in life
that we cannot see because of
lack of passion. Some people think
that God is partial by showing things to some people while
others can see nothing. The truth
is, God is never partial. God has
no favourites; He only has
I decree the opening of your eyes as you deepen your desperation
for God in Jesus’ Name.
Remember this:
Your revelation is directly
proportional to your desperation.
ASSIGNMENTS: 1. Carefully study the Book of
John 20:1-20.
2. Decide to heighten your passion
and desperation for God in order
to increase your depth of
revelation in life. PRAYER:
O LORD, I ask for the grace for a
die-less passion for You; Open my
eyes to see You, LORD, in Jesus’
DAILY READING: Deuteronomy
21:1 to 22 30, Luke 9:51 to 10:12,
Psalm 74:1 to 23, Proverbs 12:11
AMAZING FACT: Rubber bands last longer when
TODAY IN HISTORY: 2/04/1902 -
The first motion picture theatre
opens in Los Angeles with the
name Electric Theatre QUOTE:
Revelation guarantees
destination…the revelation of the
WORD of God will take you to
where God wants you to reach in
life. Culled from 22 LAWS OF LIFE (Vol. 2) by Dr Paul Enenche.
The Healing and Deliverance
service tomorrow by 9 am. Come
with your friends and loved ones.

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