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Get A “Word-Bath” by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

Get A "Word-Bath" by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

Now ye are clean through the word
which I have spoken unto you (John

Imagine a Christian waking up in the morning
and turning on the TV to discover that the
programme airing happens to be “Pastor Chris
Teaching.” He gives it full attention till the end and then
the next programme comes up, this time, it’s an
unwholesome one for a Christian. Even so, he continues
to watch.

When he’s done watching this, and several
others after it (all with unwholesome contents), he’s too
tired to pray or study the Word. He feels condemned,
and even begins to feel too “dirty” to go to church,
thinking he’d need to “clean up” first. He could start
praying, “Oh God, please revive me.”

For this Christian, it’s now very necessary to go
to Church! His unedifying action could slow down his
progress spiritually if it continues, but he needs an
urgent Word-bath! No one is ever “too dirty” for God.
In our opening verse, Jesus said, “Now ye are clean
through the word which I have spoken unto you” (John

It’s the ministry of the Word to cleanse you of sin,
guilt, and all unrighteousness. So, don’t stay at home
when you ought to be in Church because you thought
you did something wrong that made you “too dirty”
for God. Go to Church! He’ll clean you up! He does it
through the Word.

Jesus didn’t come for perfect men. came to make men perfect. Rather, He specializes in changing
imperfect people and bringing them to perfection. He
raised an “unstable” person like Peter, and transformed
an injurious personality like Paul, who both became
mighty apostles of the Gospel. If He’d do that, then He
can cleanse and train you to become the best of you
for His glory.

Submit yourself to the cleansing power of God’s
Word. Study and meditate on the Scriptures. You might
say, “But I don’t know where to begin to even read
the Bible.” This devotional gives you a head start. Keep
studying it, including all the indicated scriptural

In addition, meticulously follow either the
one-year or two-year daily Bible-reading plan. Before
long, you’ll see remarkable transformation in your life,
and those around you will also attest to the grace and
glory of God evident in your life. Praise God!

Sin has no dominion over me. I walk in perfection
and excellence, producing works and fruits of
righteousness. The Word of God has the mastery
over my mind, and I have the victory over sin and its
attendant consequences. I live triumphantly, walking
in righteousness and in the wisdom of Christ. Blessed
be God!

2 Corinthians 3:18; Romans 12:1-2; 1 John 2:1-2

Acts 17:16-34 & Job 6-8

Luke 6:39-49 & Deuteronomy 33

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