Today’s Menu: WHAT’S YOUR FRAGRANCE?

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 “But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumph and, through us, spreads and makes evident the fragrance of the knowledge of God everywhere, for we are the sweet fragrance of Christ  unto God among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing”(2 Cor. 2:14-15)

 Every perfume is made from fragrances that give sweet, aromatic scent when sprayed on the body. In Nigeria, there is a special male specie called “OBUKO”.  Wherever this male goat is, it cannot hide because it gives off a unique odour so strong that even if it took a bath 10 times a day, it wouldn’t make any difference!

Vs 15 of our text says “we are the sweet fragrance of Christ”, not  made with human hands, but aroma bottled by the Lord Jesus himself.

When people come in contact with us, do they percieve the heavenly fragrance easily?

Ask for more grace to walk in the consciousness of that fragrance. May your life continually be a sweet smelling fragrance. Amen.

Have a great day.

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About lovecafeseries

a song writer, author, relationship & career catalyst; also passionate about spicing up intimacy with the Most High. I'm excited about living life to the fullest and leaving my footprints in the sands of time, helping those I meet along the way and reaching out when I need help too. My other blog is 'Diary of a Renewed Mom' (http://fofoilevbare.wordpress.com/) , check it out if you're a new mom. Cheers, Fofo.
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One Response to Today’s Menu: WHAT’S YOUR FRAGRANCE?

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