What Is Your Name? 3
“… your name is oil poured out; …” Songs Of Solomon 1:3 (ESV)
In the past two days, I have been sharing with you on the importance of your name. Your name can hinder you or release you into what God has ordained for you.
For instance my name is Adewale; it means the crown has come home. So when I am involved in anything I lead and it ends well. My surname Fesolaja means peacemaker or resolve the issue peacefully. That’s me. So anywhere there is conflict, when they bring me in, peace comes in. What is the meaning of your name?
Until you change your name, the Blessing will not rest. It was after Jacob changed his name that the Blessing rested. If you don’t know the meaning of your name, I encourage you to go and find out the meaning.
Your name decides what you attract. One time a relative who was outside the country was having a challenge. While my wife and I was praying for her, it got to a point my wife said, “May your name answer for you.” The next conversation I got from my wife concerning her later was that the issue has been resolved in her favour.
What is your name? If you have a good name, may that name answer for you this year, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Please read 1 Chronicles 4:9-10 and Genesis 32:24-29 and ask God to Bless you indeed and enlarge your territory.
For further study, read:
Isaiah 62:12, Jeremiah 33:16, 1 Peter 2:10.
Doing the Word.
Call yourself only what God calls you.
Daily Scripture Reading and Meditation on the Life of God:
Deuteronomy Chapters 23-24 and
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