Pastor Wole Oladiyun
Deut 28 v. 13 ” And the Lord shall make me the head and not the tail and I shall be above only and shall not be beneath as I receive Grace to obey the commandments of the Lord in Jesus name. (Amen).”
Ps. 113 v 7 and 8: “He raises up the Poor out of the dust and lifts the needy out of the dunghill. That He may set him with princes, even with the princes of his people.”
God in His awesome power can lift up one’s head from nothing to something surprising. Our God is mightily mighty, faithfully faithful and greatly great. No one can deny you greatness if God does not permit it. To God be all the glory. Beloved, I want you to carefully examine the contents of this message alongside with how your own life is running.
Why the message, I shall be the Head and not the tail.
In life, two major positions are very prominent, namely THE HEAD and THE TAIL or THE TOP and THE BOTTOM.
The journey of every human being begins from the bottom. Every venture starts from the bottom. The foundation of buildings commences from the bottom.
By God’s design, He wants everything that starts small to grow into greatness. Job 8 v 7 – Though, thy beginning was small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase. God equally wants your end to be better than your beginning.
Eccl. 7 v 8a Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof.
Frankly speaking, amongst the human organs the most important is the HEAD. It houses all the vital organs; the brain, the eyes, the ears, the mouth, etc. God has positioned the head at the very top of the body. That is your position in Jesus name. The position of the head offers it prominence and recognition. To tamper with the head is to tamper with the whole system. Tails could be cut off but not the head. The head stands for the top while the tail for the bottom.
There are too many people at the bottom of success ladder while a few at the top. May you be among the ones at the very top in Jesus name.(Amen)
Deut. 28 v 1-13 (Note v. 13); Isa 9 v 14 and 15; Deut. 30 v. 5, Songs of Solomon 5 v. 2 (Dew of heaven on my head) Isa 35 v.10 (Everlasting joy on my head) Gen. 49 v. 26; Ecc. 9 v.8; Ephesians 4 and 5; CoL 1 v 18; COL 2 v 9(: Ps 68 v 18 – 21. Ps 75 v 6 and 7