BLESSED BEYOND CURSE (PART 15A) – THE SEAL OF NIMROD

We had earlier handled the seal of God; this seal we need to celebrate on a daily basis. Just as God has a seal with which he uses to brand his people so does Lucifer. It is a known fact that everything God gives is good and that everything that comes from the devil is evil; that is why he is the evil one. There is also the seal of man which can either be good or evil; it is left for man to choose because man has a free will. If you go to Lucifer, you will definitely collect his seal which is evil. One of the things that the Holy Spirit told me is that it is an abomination under the sun for people who go to Church to go and collect an evil seal which they even celebrate. They pay money in order to collect this evil seal and they celebrate it. One single seal that you collect from the devil is enough to consign you to hell. So many people are toying with evil seals with the notion that it is harmless. Meanwhile, one evil seal can seal up your destiny in hell.

Seals not only seal destinies, seals connote branding. God has placed his brand upon you but everything around you is trying frantically to rebrand you. It is your responsibility to say ‘No’ to any form of rebranding. There are two eternal homes and everybody will end up in one – heaven or hell. Because seals signify ownership, everyone will eventually end up in the house of his owner. Seals also talk about the spirit; every seal defines the spirit in operation. When God sealed us, he sealed us with his Spirit, the Holy Spirit is our seal and that is why the Bible says, “And grieve not the holy spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption” (Eph. 4:30). If you don’t place value on the seal you have, the world will give you another. There is the tendency for you to go and collect another seal if you misplace value on the seal you have.

The seal of Nimrod is a very wicked seal prevalent all over the place. You can identify this seal in virtually everywhere you go. Gen. 10:8-12 says, “One of the descendants of Cush was Nimrod, who became the first of the kings. He was a mighty hunter, blessed of God, and his name became proverbial. People would speak of someone as being “like Nimrod – a mighty hunter, blessed of God”. The heart of his empire included Babel, Erech, Accad, and Calneh in the land of Shinar” (TLB). Take note that Nimrod was the son of Cush; Cush was the son of Ham and Ham was one of the sons of Noah.

PRAY:- Heavenly father I thank you so much for a wonderful inheritance you have prepared for me through the death, burial and resurrection of your Son Jesus Christ. I celebrate your seal upon my life – your mark of ownership. In your mercy Oh God, make it impossible for any evil seal to be attached to my life. Grant me the grace to be all that you want me to be and accomplish all that you want me to accomplish in Jesus Name. Amen.

TO BE CONTINUED.