Saturday, August 15, 2015


SCRIPTURES: 1 Kings 3:1-14.

CONFESSION”For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” Jeremiah 29:11.

SONGS: 1. I will reach my goal 2. I cannot fail, I cannot fail, because of Jesus, I cannot fail 3. Father, perfect your work in my life.

1.   I put upon my feet, the supernatural shoes of Jesus, therefore, I shall not fail and I shall not fall, in the name of Jesus.
2.    Every power saying no to God’s yes for my life, you are a liar, fall down and die, in the name of Jesus.
3.   I shall reach my goal in the mighty name of Jesus.
4.   Every “follow follow” power following me around, fall down and die.


God has an agenda for everything which He has created, including human beings.  God lives in heaven but His agenda is to be carried out on earth.  God has an idea or a need that He wants to do on earth and with this in mind He creates a person to carry out that assignment for Him.  Therefore, every human being has a divine purpose to fulfill earth.  

“I know the thoughts that I have towards you.  They are thoughts of good and not of evil to prosper you.”  Jeremiah 29:11.

God had a divine plan and an expected end for our lives before we were even conceived in our mother’s wombs.  Jeremiah 1:5.   In the book of Jeremiah, God said to Jeremiah, the prophet.

“Before I formed you in your mother’s womb I knew you and I ordained you as a prophet to the nations.”  Jeremiah 1:5.

God has His divine calendar and has ordained a set time and a season for everything under the sun. Ecclesiastes 3:1-4.  The problem is that the enemy also has a plan for your life and seeks to impose his plan over God’s plan.  He delights in rewriting destinies from how God ordained them, particularly glorious ones.  John 10:10, 1 Peter 5:8.  He wants your life to align with his evil agenda and to fulfill his satanic purpose and not God’s
“Fulfil” means to actualize God’s divine plans and agenda for your life here on earth.   It is to manifest the fullness of God for your life.  Romans 8:19.  Fulfill means to bring to pass on earth what is written concerning you in heaven.   It is to bring to pass on earth the expectations of heaven for your life as seen in the scripture below.  

“Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10.

It is our duty and our honor to prayerfully find out the purpose for which God has created us.  Proverbs 25:2. Therefore, we should find out our specific assignments that He has sent us here to carry out for Him on earth and then with diligence fulfill it.   
In this teaching you will learn how to find out your divine purpose and also how to fulfill it.  You will also learn the pitfalls to avoid in doing this.  


There are several factors that can prevent us from fulfilling our God ordained assignments here on earth.  These are discussed below.

1. Faulty Foundation. If your foundation is not strong it will be impossible for it to support you to fulfill your divine purpose.  Ancestral powers, foundational strongmen, witchcraft power and household wickedness powers will all gang up and ensure that you do not carry out your purpose.
2. Unbroken curses and covenants.  
3. Unfriendly friends.  Proverbs 23:4. Evil association corrupts good manners the Bible says.  1 Corinthians 15:33.   Forming evil association with God’s enemies can truncate colorful destinies.  We see this in the lives of King Solomon and Samson in the Bible. 
4. Internal stumbling blocks.  These include anger, jealousy, pride, covetousness, and greed.  Greed prevented Gehazi, Elisha’s servant, from fulfilling his divine destiny.  2 Kings 5:20-27.
5. Laziness.  It takes hard work to fulfill divine purpose.
6. Lack of wisdom.   Wisdom is the ability what you know in addressing the issues of life.  Wisdom is the principal thing in life. Proverbs 4:7.  If we want to fulfill divine purpose we should pray for it and get it.  James 1:5.
7. Rebellion and disobedience.  This is what wasted the lives of Samson and King Saul and prevented them from fulfilling their divine purpose. Judges 16:1-36, 1 Samuel 15:23
8. Wrong marriage. Samson and King Solomon did not fulfill divine purpose because of marriage to strange women that derailed their destiny.  Judges 14:1-3. 1 King 11:1-11.
9. Unbelief.  2 Chronicles 20:20.
This the inability of believing words spoken by God directly, through His written word, and through His prophets.  The Israelites under Moses suffered from this and it prevented them from reaching their destination.   Matthew 13:58, Luke 1:45.

I will reach my goal in the name of Jesus.

10. Discouragement and Frustration.  These are weapons that the devil employs often to steal from God’s people and to make them to turn back and not reach their God ordained destination.   God is quite aware of this hence all over the Bible He encourages His people with words of encouragement such as the verse below:

“Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” Joshua 1:9.

The best way to fight discouragement is to encourage yourself in the Lord like David did when his enemies took his family captive and his followers threatened to stone him to death.  1 Samuel 30:3-8. There are various ways of doing this.
One is to dig into the word of God and meditate on scriptures that pertains to what you are going through to receive hope and encouragement.  Another is to do what Paul and Silas did in their midnight hour which was to praise and worship God.   Acts 16:25-26.  Yet another is to pray and ask God for the way out of the situation.  When you do these three things mentioned here, discouragement flees.
1.   Every arrow of discouragement fired into my life, jump out and go back to your sender.
2.   By the power in the blood of Jesus, I refuse to be frustrated in life. 

11. Prayerlessness.  To fulfill your divine purpose you have to engage in organized, fervent, and effective prayers and fasting.   You should also do spiritual warfare daily.  James 5:16, Colossians 4:12.

“Epaphras, who is one of you, a servant of Christ, saluteth you, always labouring fervently for you in prayers, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will of God.” Colossians 4:12.

12. Slumber.  This is a spirit which is made up of two other spirits which are spiritual blindness and spiritual deafness.  Romans 11:8.
13. Fear.  Fear prevented the Israelites from entering the land that God had promised to bring them into.  Numbers 14:20-24.

PRAYER: I bind and cast out the spirit of fear from every area of my life in the name of Jesus.

14. Lack of discipline.  It brought divine judgment on King Solomon.  It made Samson to die with his enemies.
15. Ignorance.  This includes ignorance of the glorious inheritance that we have in Christ Jesus. Also, it includes ignorance of the precious promises that we have as Christians.
16. Envy and jealousy.  This made Korah, Dathan, and Abiram to lose their lives and ministries.  Psalm 106:16-18.
17.   Sickness and infirmity.
18. Untimely death.  Samson died before his time.  So did Saul and Judas.

Prayer: I declare by the power in the blood of Jesus that I shall not die but live to declare the works of God, in the mighty name of Jesus.

19. Bad luck.


1.    I violently uproot every tree of bad luck planted in my life by the enemy, in the name of Jesus.
2.   I use the token of the blood of Jesus to blot out all the hand writings of ordinances of bad luck working against my life, in the name of Jesus.
3.   Every strongman of bad luck attached to my life, fall down and die, in the mighty name of Jesus.

20.  Judging and speaking against men and women of God. 
Miriam, Moses’s sister, ended up with leprosy and did not fulfil her divine purpose as a result of this.  Numbers 12:1-15.  It is in your own interest to allow God to judge His own servants.
21. Not guarding your heart and mind. 
You have to filter what you allow in because it is garbage in garbage out.  Philippians 4:8.


     These are various powers that can make you fail to fulfill your God given purpose.  These powers include:

1.    Foundational powers.  These include ancestral powers, evil powers of father’s house, collective captivity, and familiar spirits.

Prayer: Every power from my foundation working against my fulfilling my divine purpose, fall down and die.

2.   Star Gazers.

Prayer: O Lord, where the stars have been programmed to disturb my destiny manifest by fire.

3.   Sorcerers.
These are hired against you. Acts 8:9. Examples are Obeah men, Marabou, witch doctors, voodoo men, priest in marine powered churches such as white garment.

Prayer: every Balaam hired against my life, fail and die after the order of Balaam.

4.    Witchcraft powers.   Witches and wizards. 2 Chronicle 33:6; Exodus 22:18; Deuteronomy 18:10. These are in the churches, schools, work places.  There is a proliferation of them everywhere. They use evil embargoes, judgments, sanctions, decrees, verdicts, demonic cobwebs, satanic delay and other weapons to carry out their evil assignment.

PRAYER: Every witchcraft agenda for my destiny, die, in the name of Jesus.

5.    Evil Authority figures.  These include parents, spouses, pastors, bosses, and teachers.

6.   Diviners. They “prophesy” but not by the Holy Spirit but by evil spirits. Acts 16:16.

7. Satanic intermediaries including the following:

a.    Enchanters.
b.    People that have familiar spirit. 1 Samuel 28: 2 Chronicle 33:6.
c.    Occult people.
d.    Psychics and magicians who use strange mirrors and burn incense and candles.

 8. Household wickedness powers
These include the evil powers of your father’s house, the evil powers of your mother’s house, and family strongmen.  It also includes polygamous witchcraft.

1.   Every agenda of household wickedness powers to rearrange my divine purpose, fail and die, in the name of Jesus.
2.   Household wickedness powers polluting my divine destiny, fall down and die.

 9. Satanic broadcasters. 


1.   Let God arise and let every enemy of my fulfilling my divine purpose scatter unto desolation, in the name of Jesus.
2.   I overrule every satanic sanction opposing my fulfilling my divine purpose.


1.   To Prevent Destiny Wastage

Not fulfilling your divine purpose is tantamount to coming to this world in vain.  It is better not to have been born.  It means you are a “born for nothing.” Repeat the following after me:
1.   I will draw my name from the book of born for nothing, in the name of Jesus.
2.   I will not come to this world in vain.
3.   I reject and refuse every label of “born for nothing

2.   Active Pursuit Of Destiny Preserves Lives

Your purpose will preserve your life if you are actively fulfilling it. When you fail to fulfill your divine purpose, you can be cut down at any time.  Your life is at the risk of physical and spiritual death.  We can see this from the example of the fig tree provided in the Bible.  Luke 13:7.

Say at the top of your voice:
1.   I refuse to be cut down.
2.   I shall fulfill my divine purpose in the name of Jesus.

3.   Divine Timing Is Important To God

The need that God has created you to fulfill has a time element attached to it.  It is not to be done at your leisure, but at God’s appointed time. 

“For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.” Habakkuk 2:3.

God wants us to properly use our time.  This is because the Bible clearly says that for everything under the sun there is a divine timing. Ecclesiastes 3:1-3.

Our Lord Jesus had just three years to fulfill His divine purpose.  There is a time element attached to fulfilling our divine purpose.  Jesus cursed the fig tree that failed to fulfill its divine purpose of producing fruits at the appointed time and it died. Mark 11:13-14, 21.

1.   Lord, plug me into Your divine calendar, in the name of Jesus.
2.   My Father, let me walk in Your timing, in the name of Jesus.
3.   I reject every satanic calendar for my life and I set it on fire.
4.   I shall reach my destination at the appointed time, in the name of Jesus.

4.   God Takes The Fulfillment Of Divine Purpose Very Seriously

We should take God’s purpose for our lives and fulfilling it very seriously because God does.  Jonah failed to realize this and ended up spending three days in the belly of the whale before learning his lesson.   Jonah 1:17.  Apostle Peter who abandoned his assignment of fishing for men and it took an encounter with the risen Christ to bring him to order.   John 21:11-21.  The Apostle Paul went through great tribulations and afflictions to fulfill his divine purpose.  At the end, see what he says about it:

“I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.” 2 Timothy 4:7-8.

5.   God Does Not Want His Resources Wasted
This includes time, anointing, wisdom, wealth, talents, virtues, or whatever He has endowed you with to fulfill your divine purpose.  God’s does not want His resources tied down.  If you do not use it you lose it as He takes it from you and gives it to someone else. God will replace you with someone else after cautioning you for a while and trying to work with you but to no avail.  Proverb 29:1.  The parable of the fig tree is a very good illustration of this.  It was giving a grace period to produce fruits and fulfill its divine purpose or be cut down. Luke 13:7.  Another example is the unprofitable servant that buried his talent rather than investing it and allowing it to produce interest.  He was rebuked and punished.    Matthew 25:24-30.

6.   God Wants To Be Glorified Through You Lives
God wants our lives to show case His greatness and through this bring Him glory.  He wants our lives to show forth His praise and His glory.

“This people have I formed for myself; they shall shew forth my praise.” Isaiah 43:21.

7.   Many Destinies Are Attached To Yours
Many destinies are attached to your destiny.   They are all lined up to benefit and have their destinies propelled forward by your success.   If you fail they too will fail. 
Timothy may never have fulfilled his divine purpose without Apostle Paul accomplishing his. 

8.   God Rewards Faithfulness And Dedication

God’s reward for faithfulness is great:

“His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.” Matthew 25:23.

God said to Israelites that He had not asked them to serve Him in vain.  Isaiah 45:19, Malachi 3:14.  He not only expects faithfulness in His servants, but He also rewards faithfulness mightily.  Luke 16:12.

He is not ready to accept any excuse for failure in this area for that matter.  Luke 16:10.

9.   Divine Judgment Of The Saints

The Bible tells us that God is consuming fire.  Hebrew   12:29.    It also says that to whom God has deposited a much, He also expects much in return.   Luke 12:47-48.  We will be judged and rewarded according to how we use what was deposited in us.  For example the teacher will judged with a higher standard than those that he taught.

10.   It Determines Where We Will Spend Eternity

You should do all that is in your power to fulfill your divine purpose because it can make the difference between ending up in heaven and ending up in hell.   Matthew 25:41-46.  How we handle our divine assignments here on earth will determine whether we go to heaven or to hell.

“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:.” Hebrews 9:27.


There are certain things that you should do if you want to fulfill your divine purpose.  They will to a large extent ensure that your life stays on target and that you do not make a ship wreck of your life and destiny.  They are as follows:

1.    Plug into a Holy Ghost centered church.
2.    Find out what your divine purpose is.  In doing this:
a.    Pray inquiry prayers.
b.    Consider you are designed
c.    Consider the things you enjoy doing that bring you fulfillment.
d.    Consider how people see you and what they perceive you to be. Do they see you as a preacher, a nurse, teacher, or a business man?
e.    Let the Holy Spirit have the final say.  
3.   Spend quality time with God regularly. 
If possible look for a place away from home where you can be with God for three or more days.  Jesus did.  Spend the time praying, studying the word of God, praising, worshipping and thanking God.   Write down all that He tells you and date them as they will help you on your journey of fulfilling your divine purpose.       
4.   Engage in spiritual warfare daily and stay on a prayer program always. 
The kingdom of God suffers violence you have to take it by force.   Matthew 11:12.
5.   Do regular spiritual checkups to ensure that your destiny is still on target.  Apostle Paul advised that we check ourselves to see if we are still in the faith.
“Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?” 2 Corinthians 13:5.
6.   Go for periodic organized deliverance ministration
This should be done with well-trained deliverance ministers.  This should be every three to six months or sooner as needed.
7.   Banish impossibility from your mind
Know that you can do all things through Christ.  Also that with God is the God of all possibilities with whom all things are possible.  Luke 1:37.
8.    Watch your mouth 
A loose mouth sinks war ships and will sink your destiny. 
9.   Watch the company that you keep
Bad company will bury your destiny and prevent you from fulfilling your destiny. 
10.       Study the word of God daily
The more of His word that you study, the more you get to be like Him in wisdom and other virtues and attributes.
11.       Plug into the socket of the Almighty God and stay Connected   
You stay connected through the Holy Spirit.   Do not slumber.  The ministry of the Holy Spirit is imperative in your life if you want to fulfill your divine purpose.  It was in the lives of the early disciples and is even more so now.   Act 13:2-4.  In fact our Lord Jesus asked them to wait for His infilling before attempting to carry out their divine assignments.  Luke 24:49, Act 1:4-5, Acts 2:1-20.
12.       Live a holy and righteous life
13.       Be totally sold out for God and His assignment for your life
This will ensure that you always have His support and backing always.
14.       Be available and be ready in and out of season                   
Availability is very important to God.  So also is readiness.   If He says leave everything and go for prayers do so.  If He says leave the United States and live in a village in Africa for three years doing His work you should obediently do so with joy.  
In my own life there are many things that He has done for me simply because as He told me I was available and ready.  In some cases He said He had wanted to give various work to certain men and women of God but they were not available.  (Please see my book, “Are you available.”)
15.       Remember that prayer is the master key in all of these
Stay prayed and fasted up.
PRAYER: By the power in the blood of Jesus, I shall fulfill my divine purpose, in the name of Jesus.
Song: 1. The God that answereth by fire let him be my God
2. I will reach my goal.
1. I refuse to live below God’s divine standard for my life.
2. Demoting powers of my father’s house, your time is up, die by fire.
3. Demoting powers of my mother’s house, your time is up, die by fire, in the name of Jesus.
4. Every power assigned to turn my life upside down, lose your hold and die.
5. Every hidden sickness in my body, be uprooted by fire, in the name of Jesus.
6. O Lord, anoint my eyes, hands and legs to locate my divine purpose.
7. Every damage done to my destiny, be repaired by the blood of Jesus.
8.  I will fulfill my divine purpose, in the name of Jesus.  
9. O Lord, stretch forth your hand from heaven and take me from where I am to where you want me to be in the name of Jesus.
10.     Any power saying that I will not reach my goal, you are a liar, die.
11. Every satanic animal programmed into my life to prevent me from fulfilling my divine purpose. Come out and die.  (Name the animals – snail, turtle, snake, millipede, lizard, and crocodile.)
12. I shall reach my destination at the appointed time, in the name of Jesus.

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