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Have A Blessed Day And

A Glorious Night!

s the day wears out and evening comes, the sun sets and the night is ushered in

with darkness. Night-time could be a period people dread for various reasons.
Fear of loneliness, fear of not waking up the next day, a visit from wicked and
unreasonable men, bad dreams, strange noises from various corners, demonic
oppressions, fighting and scratching from some unwholesome creatures.
Night-time could be lonely as the city goes to sleep, silence covers the land, help is
scarce and reliance is risky. Some cannot sleep no matter how hard they try. Some stare
at the ceiling, wondering what tomorrow would bring. But God actually divided light
from darkness and called the light Day and the darkness He called Night. When God
declared day and night, the Bible says God was pleased with it (Genesis 1:3-5).
Now, this implies that both your day and night are blessed, fruitful and abounding,
but if you make it a habit to be frightened by darkness and be uncomfortable at night,
you will live a lifetime of struggle, because day and night have come to stay.
You may have had sleepless nights for one reason or the other, but make up your
mind that your nights will not be fraught with sadness and despair. Dont make plans on
how to spend your day only, consider that your night can also be used productively. If
you set out concrete plans on how to spend your night, even bad dreams and demonic
interferences would be subdued. Luke 6:12 tells us Jesus often spent his nights in
Proverbs 31:28 also says concerning the virtuous woman that her candle does not go
out by night. The Psalmist says the man is blessed who delights in the law of the Lord
mediates in it day and night (Psalm 1:2).
Also in Psalm 74:16, the Bible says about God, The day is thine, the night also is
thine: thou hast prepared the light and the sun. If the day and night belong to God,
belong to you too. He has prepared them for your use. So have a blessed day and a
glorious night!

"Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by
day;" (Psalm 91:5).


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