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  • Writer's pictureOlufunmilayo Adekusibe



Today’s Reading:

Psalm 102:12-28

“For the Lord will rebuild Zion and appear in His glory. He will respond to the prayers of the destitute; He will not despise their plea.” (v. 16-17)


Does anything in sound condition need redemption? No! I do not think so. When glory is broken, when beauty is destroyed, when a life is in ruin as it was so with the once beautifully glorious Zion city, this is the time redemption is most coveted and appreciated, and when it seems that all hopes are lost, then it is time to check, hope again and be prepared to worship.

Check to see what went wrong for you and how you may have contributed. The check time is time for the honest assessment of yourself to see if you have erred. It is also a time to repent honestly. Once the check has been done, remember God and count on who He is. A compassionate King, full of glory, merciful to those who fear Him (vv. 12-13). Remember that He is capable of rebuilding whatever is broken in your life (v. 16). Nothing comes wrong anymore once God steps into your situation. Therefore, hope again and see your redemption even before it arrives or become visible. One more thing. Do you know how to sing? I hope you are a good dancer because redemption comes with a loud sound of joy and happiness that makes anyone burst into worship almost suddenly. Therefore, be prepared to worship God, your redeemer.

Today, be assured that God is interested in you. He is faithful when you call on Him. He redeems those who fear Him and rebuilds the broken who seek Him. (vv. 16-17).




  1. Father, thank you for the redemption of our Lord Jesus Christ.

  2. Father, create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right, teachable and humble spirit in me, in Jesus name.

  3. Lord, hold me by Your right hand of power, and lead me in Your path of righteousness, in Jesus name.

  4. Lord, give strength unto your Church at this period of trial, and bless your people with peace, in Jesus name.

  5. Father, let Your voice ordain terrifying noises in the camps of the enemies of this nation, in Jesus name.

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