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Streamglobe Devotional is an interdenominational and nondenominational ministry to the body of Christ and to the world in general. Our desire is to keep you in God’s presence as you spend time reading or listening to our Devotional.



We are also focused on helping Christians grow spiritually by teaching in brief and direct methods the truths of God’s word.

    The Believer’s Hope

    The Believer’s Hope

    streamglobe.org/aud4072Colossians 1:5 (NET): “Your faith and love have arisen from the hope laid up for you in heaven, which you have heard about in the message of truth, the gospel.”







    When the gospel was first preached to the people in Colossae, they were told about the hope of their calling. They understood that they were now part of an eternal kingdom that will soon be made visible to every eye. They understood that they were going to be resurrected with the kind of body that Christ possesses right now (Philippians 3:21)—a body that makes it possible for Him to partake in the realms of heaven and earth (spiritual and physical realms), for Jesus ascended bodily into heaven. This body could never be destroyed and would reveal our true unlimited nature as sons of God (see Romans 8:23 in the AMP version).







    In this body, we would have the power to easily and naturally speak to literal mountains and command them to move into the ocean. We would not need to study books to have the deepest knowledge of things, for we would know all things, including the secrets of the universe.







    When Jesus physically returns to this world with His saints (Jude 1:14), we would literally take over the governments of this world, rule over the world, and judge both people and angels (see 1 Corinthians 6:2-3). We would be irresistible because we would come with glorified indestructible bodies with unlimited power.







    This is a brief summary of the hope laid up for you as a believer. Anyone who has this hope purifies himself (read 1 John 3:2-3).







    Many believers do not understand the hope that they have been called into, and their faith wanes because they limit their hope to earthly expectations.







    Go into today remembering that you are part of God’s eternal kingdom if you believe in Christ Jesus.—Abraham Damilola ArigiIf you wish To start receiving Streamglobe Devotional early every day, join our WhatsApp channel through this link: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LFbRirvMpPC1KmzfDpr0bOBible In 1 Year: Psalms 63-65 (in today’s audio)Streamglobe is interdenominational. Kindly share this devotional and let’s touch lives together.Listen to our 24/7 Radio here: www.streamglobe.org

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    Kingdom Approach To Work

    Kingdom Approach To Work

    Colossians 3:23-24 (KJV): “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ.”After working with a government establishment for twenty years, Grace continued to struggle financially. She was very committed to prayers, evangelism, and other church activities but was lackadaisical with her job, and this was the general attitude of her coworkers too. They would often say, “It’s government work, I cannot kill myself for it.”







    Grace had received all her due promotions when they were due, but things were very tight for her financially. Her frustration led her to seek counsel from her pastor who, by the word of knowledge, told her that her attitude toward her job had been a hindrance to her financial freedom. Grace turned over a new leaf and began to do her work as to the Lord, putting her best effort into her job. After she changed her attitude, her financial struggles ended. She received wisdom to better manage her resources, and new financial doors opened for her.







    Ecclesiastes 9:10 (KJV) says, “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might…” and in Philippians 2:14-15 (KJV), we are to, “Do all things without murmurings and disputings: that ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.”







    If you are a child of God, you must do all your work as to the Lord. This is how you will be distinguished from the perverse and crooked coworkers among whom you are to shine as light. Your workplace is a platform for evangelism.







    Go into today knowing that God is the one who rewards you when your work is done as unto Him.







    Prayer Confession: I will do my work as to the Lord and shine as God’s light in my workplace in Jesus’ name. Amen.—Dr. Emmanuel James







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    The Spirit and Character of Christ 2

    The Spirit and Character of Christ 2

    Romans 8:9 (NET) You, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, this person does not belong to him.









    After Zoe believed in the Lord and was baptized in the Holy Spirit, she was empowered to learn of Christ and receive His Spirit(become like Christ in character and nature). But because she was distracted by the cares of this life and the deceitfulness of riches, she did not remain in the Lord but went back to the world. Two years passed and certain bad things happened to her that brought her back to the Lord in tears and repentance. At this point, she knew that even though the gifts of the spirit she received the day she was baptized still remained, she was not safe because she didn’t have the Spirit[and character] of Christ.







    The Holy Spirit we have received [as a gift] empowers us to walk in the Spirit and nature of Christ. It is possible to refuse to yield to the Holy Spirit and go back to the world. The gifts of the Spirit may remain and manifest if we know how to work them, but they are no guarantee that we belong to Christ.







    On the last day, many will appear before the Lord and think that because they have received the power of the Holy Spirit and gifts, they would be qualified to enter the kingdom, but many who did not cooperate with the Holy Spirit to birth the spirit and nature of Christ in them would be sorely disappointed. Here’s what the Lord says will happen: Matthew 7:22-23(KJV) Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.







    Go into today remembering that what God looks out for is our fruits. The Spirit [and character] of Christ is the real proof that we have truly been born of God.—Abraham Damilola ArigiTo start receiving Streamglobe devotionals directly to your WhatsApp and other platforms every day, join one of our groups here: www.streamglobe.org/joinBible In 1 Year: II Samuel 15-19 (in today’s audio)Streamglobe is interdenominational. Kindly share this devotional and let’s touch lives together.Listen to our 24/7 Radio here: www.streamglobe.org

    The Spirit and Character of Christ 1

    The Spirit and Character of Christ 1

    Romans 8:9 (NET) You, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, this person does not belong to him.









    Tony accepted the Lord Jesus in a neighborhood house fellowship. Because the leader of the fellowship sensed that Tony needed to be ministered to for deliverance, he told Tony to wait behind and be ministered to. That day, Tony was delivered of demonic possession and was also baptized in the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues. His heart was so filled with joy that it was evident to his friends and neighbors that “something has changed about Tony”.







    Tony had received the baptism of the Holy Spirit but he needed to learn of Christ and become like Christ. This is what is called discipleship. The indwelling Holy Spirit within him changed his appetites and gave him a desire for the word and presence of God.







    Even though Tony received the baptism of the Holy Ghost, if he does not continue to abide in Christ and bring forth fruit, he would be as a branch cast out and trampled underfoot of men(John 15:6, Matthew 5:13).







    After believing in the Lord Jesus and receiving the Holy Spirit, it is important we grow and walk in the spirit(Character) of Christ because it is only those who have the spirit of Christ that belong to Him.







    Go into today remembering that it is not just those that say “Lord, Lord”, but those that do the will of God are those who will enter the kingdom of heaven(see Matthew 7:21). If Jesus is truly your Lord, then you will do His will.







    Prayer: Father, help me abide in Christ and be fruitful. Help me live a life that is ruled by Your will, In Jesus’ name. Amen.—Abraham Damilola Arigi

    Baptism and the Conscience

    Baptism and the Conscience

    Acts 2:38-39 (NET) Peter said to them, “Repent, and each one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.”









    After Olamide accepted that all her sins had been forgiven and the deep-rooted guilt in her heart was washed away, she received the gift of the Holy Spirit and started to speak in tongues as the Spirit gave her utterance. She had believed in the Lord for several years but just could not receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit. This was because of some level of guilt she still retained in her conscience. This was dealt with through the miracle of water baptism.







    You will see that in today’s Bible verse, Apostle Peter tells the people to repent and be baptized for the forgiveness of their sins, and then they would receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Many have been able to receive the gift of the Holy Spirit even before they were baptized in water because they believed that their sins had been forgiven and they got rid of all deep-rooted guilt in their consciences after they believed. This was usually easier for the Gentiles because they did not have an elaborate consciousness of sin like the Jews who had the law. But many others have found that their consciences received the required freedom needed for them to be filled with the Holy Spirit after they were baptized in water. Indeed, the baptism of the Holy Spirit has come to some immediately after their baptism in water. That was the case with our Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 3:16).







    In 1 Peter, we see that water baptism is a pledge [or answer] of a good conscience to God. There is clearly a connection between it and the conscience. 1 Peter says:







    “And baptism, which is a figure [of their deliverance], does now also save you [from inward questionings and fears], not by the removing of outward body filth [bathing], but by [providing you with] the answer of a good and clear conscience (inward cleanness and peace) before God [because you are demonstrating what you believe to be yours] through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.” 1 Peter 3:21 AMPC.







    Go into today remembering that you cannot walk in the fullness of the Spirit [and your spiritual gifts] if your conscience is still weighed down by any level of guilt. Deal with the guilt in your conscience through the water (the word of God) and the blood (remembering and depending on the sacrifice of Christ), and you will receive an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in a new measure.







    Prayer: Lord, deliver me from all guilt so I may walk in the fullness of the Spirit. Amen.







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    The Believer and His Tradition 2

    The Believer and His Tradition 2

    1 Corinthians 11:2 (NET) I praise you because you remember me in everything and maintain the traditions just as I passed them on to you.









    Akogun became so sick that it was looking like he would die. This illness started after he came back from his journey to the village for the holidays. As the intercessors in the church prayed for him, someone saw a vision that revealed that the reason he was afflicted was that he exposed himself to certain elemental spirits when he innocently partook in some cultural practices for a festival in his village during the Christmas holidays.







    Many believers have found themselves in big trouble because they exposed themselves to some pagan traditions of their culture of birth after becoming believers. When you became a believer in Christ Jesus, you were reconciled with God through faith in Christ Jesus. Because of this, you became a friend of God. But this also meant you became an enemy of the world—the prince of this world (the devil) and his company.







    Traditions that were born out of pagan worship were designed to connect people with demons and keep them under the domain of principalities. If through a cultural practice, a believer (who is now an enemy of the devil and his kingdom) brings himself under their authority, he would be greatly attacked. Some believers have even fallen asleep before their time because of this.







    Before the coming of the gospel, every ethnic group on earth had a culture, and these cultures were shaped by their religion and gods. The only group of people who were relatively free from cultures and traditions inspired by demons was the people of Israel because they worshiped the one true God.







    Being an apostle to the Gentiles, there were many things Apostle Paul had to teach and explain to the Gentile believers because they grew up in cultures that were antithetical to the divine life.







    In discipling people, it is expedient that you are diligent to identify unwholesome cultural practices and traditions that the enemy may seek to use to trap them. When you take away a bad tradition, it should be replaced with a good one.







    Go into today remembering that because you are of a kingdom that is higher and better than any other, you are not to submit yourself to any cultural practice that does not glorify God and uphold His righteousness.







    Prayer: Ask the Lord Jesus to deliver you from falling into the trap of practicing demonically inspired traditions.







    Reflection: Reflect on any cultural practices or traditions you observe. Ask yourself if they align with the righteousness and teachings of Christ. If they do not, seek wisdom and strength from the Lord to replace them with traditions that honor Him and uphold His truth.







    —Abraham Damilola Arigi

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