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Anglican Communion Devotional
Daily Fountain 2022

The Topic of Daily Fountain Devotional for 24th May 2024 Is ”Reconciliation”

Read: Philippians 4:1-3 (NKJV)

  1. Therefore, my beloved and longed-for brethren, my joy and crown, so stand fast in the Lord, beloved.
  2. I implore Euodia and I implore Syntyche to be of the same mind in the Lord.
  3. And I urge you also, true companion, help these women who labored with me in the gospel, with Clement also, and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names [are] in the Book of Life.


Apostle Paul refers to those associated with him in the cause of the Gospel as fellow workers. This included both men and women. He does not claim any superiority over them but rather, sees them as companions (verse 3). Though Paul used a general term to describe these people, yet he mentioned the names of a few among them including Euodia, Syntyche and Clement, for certain reason.

The reason is because Paul wanted the other brethren to reconcile the two women, noting that though they played important roles with him in propagating the Gospel, yet, they had a misunderstanding between themselves (verse 2). He therefore committed them to the hands of brethren for reconciliation, despite that they were part of the brethren whose names were in the book of life (verse 3).

It is good we understand as Christians that the ministry of reconciliation is as important as the Great Commission. As we propagate the Gospel, teaching people about heaven or the coming of the Lord, we should not neglect the aspect of settling disputes, putting a stop to strife, enmity, unhealthy rivalry and anything that can cause disunity among those we are trying to win for Christ. Our strength is in unity and not in diversity.

PRAYER: Lord, grant me the grace to promote unity in Your Church, even in the face of division, in Jesus’ Name. Amen!


DATE: FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2024


  1. Father in the name of Jesus, thank You for the grace to see this new day in good health and sound mind.
  2. Father, thank You for the special gift of life, many wished to see this day, but they couldn’t.
  3. Thank You Jesus for being there for us, Your children.
  4. Thank You Lord for Your plans for me this year. They are plans of good, not of evil, to give me a successful and good end.
  5. Father, please forgive me all my known and unknown sins, and give me power to overcome sin and its lustful desires, in Jesus’ name.
  6. Holy Spirit, let there be unity in the body of Christ, in Jesus’ name
  7. I rebuke the spirit of superiority causing problems in the body of Christ, in Jesus’ name.
  8. Heavenly Father, just like Apostle Paul, let us see each other as fellow workers and companion, in Jesus’ name.
  9. Help me Holy Spirit to do the work of reconciliation wherever I find myself and necessary, in Jesus’ name.
  10. Lord, grant me the grace to promote unity in Your Church, even in the face of division in Jesus’ name.
  11. LORD, help us to get it right in Nigeria, and let Your perfect will be enforced on us in Jesus’ name.
  12. Heavenly Father, let Your peace reign in this country,
  13. Whether the devil likes it or not, I will make heaven and receive my eternal rewards in Jesus’ Name.
  14. This is the day the Lord hath made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.
  15. Personal and family prayer requests.
  16. Confession: God bless the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), God bless the Universal Church, and bless our country Nigeria -1 Chronicles 17:27.
  17. Thank You Lord for answered prayers, in Jesus’ Mighty Name we pray. Amen.

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