Capernaum

Capernaum
Luke 7:1 “Now when he had ended all his sayings in the audience of the people, he entered into Capernaum.”

The word Capernaum from the Greek means “Village of comfort”, “be or make comfortable”, or “be at ease”.

In our focal scripture, Jesus went about his assignment, preaching and ministering to the people and afterwards went into Capernaum. Friend, it doesn’t matter how hard you have worked and the things that have come up in your life, it is time for you to enter into Capernaum.

Life’s challenges can be hard and difficult but I have good news for you, there is a Capernaum waiting for you; a place where things will be easy and comfortable.

In Luke chapter 6, Jesus had series of face-off with the scribes and Pharisees. They attacked his doctrines, preaching and even the fact that he healed a man on the Sabbath. These folks were “church people” so to say but they frustrated his ministry. They wanted him to abandon his Call but Jesus kept at it despite the attacks and alas he stepped into Capernaum!.

Beloved, I want you to know that despite all you’re going through, there is a place of comfort for you. A place where difficult things becomes easy. As you step into this new week, may you step into that place of comfort.

To be comfortable is to enjoy relief from pain or anxiety. Once you step into your Capernaum your life and work begins to run on rails. This is the point where we say your work is now acceptable.

Jesus was attacked for healing people in Luke 6 but he was begged to come heal people in Capernaum. This week, you will step into that place where men will seek your audience. You will go from rejection to acceptance.

This will be your story:

Deuteronomy 33:11 “GOD, bless his commitment, stamp your seal of approval on what he does…” (MSG)

God will bless your commitment and stamp a seal of approval on the work of your hands, Amen!

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