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A Night With The King, Changes Everything

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Need something new in your life? Need something refreshing? Are you facing a challenge? Then, it is time to approach the throne of heaven.

In Daniel 2, Daniel faced a life-or-death situation. King Nebuchadnezzar had a disturbing dream that no one could interpret. This angered King Nebuchadnezzar, and he ordered that all the advisers be put to death. Daniel prayed and pleaded with God. Daniel had a dream that night that gave him the needed answer. Daniel praised God for the answer. Daniel told the meaning of the dream to the king. King Nebuchadnezzar rewarded Daniel. Daniel saved the lives of the advisers, received gifts, was appointed as ruler of the province of Babylon, and made chief over the governors and wise men of Babylon.

Esther was facing a difficult situation where there was an order put out to kill the Jews. Esther fasted for three days to approach King Ahasuerus to save the Jews. On the third day, Esther wore her royal clothing to come to King Ahasuerus without an appointment, risking her life. You could not approach the king without an appointment, or you would be put to death. However, because of her spending time with God, she found favor with the king, and the Jew’s lives were spared.

If we take time out to spend alone with God, he can meet whatever need we have.

A Night with the king changes everything!

Prayer: God, I thank you because you are Holy. God, I repent for not spending time alone with you in 

prayer and fellowshipping with you. Lord, I know spending time with you can transform my life so I can face challenges. God, I know that spending time with you transforms me into your nature. I thank you because, in you, I have the victory. In Jesus’ name! Amen

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