“Wait on the LORD, And keep His way, And He shall exalt you to inherit the land; When the wicked are cut off, you shall see it.

I have seen the wicked in great power, And spreading himself like a native green tree. Yet he passed away, and behold, he was no more; Indeed I sought him, but he could not be found.

Mark the blameless man, and observe the upright; For the future of that man is peace. But the transgressors shall be destroyed together; The future of the wicked shall be cut off.” Psalm 37:34-38 NKJV


The LORD God has been merciful to us, giving us another day and opportunity to be counted among the living. It is out of His mercies that we are not consumed.

The heat of being alive and the raging battles of the same would have consumed all of us. But God’s unconditional love, compassion, and mercies have been our refuge. To Him belong all the glory in Jesus precious name.

Today we will continue with the flow of what the LORD started with us the first day of the month.

Like we said, it is a month God wants to manifest some key prophecies in the lives of some of His precious word carriers, and establish some eternal word base intentions in the lives of others.

It is a prophetic month. That is why we have been looking at one of the echoes of His throne room mercies, that came to us as a voice from above in one of our services, titled: “the Faith positions for word carriers” – not just any word carriers, but precious word carriers.

Present day precious word carriers, can be likened to the Sons of Levi who carried the most Holy things of the Tabernacle of Moses, for 40 years in the wilderness. They are to live their lives differently the way the sons of Levi, who carried those things did. The Bible says;

“And that servant who knew his master’s will, and did not prepare himself or do according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes.

But he who did not know, yet committed things deserving of stripes, shall be beaten with few. For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required; and to whom much has been committed, of him they will ask the more.” Luke 12:47-48 NKJV

This scripture is talking about the work attitude of ancient servants, which is applicable to present day employees. But in a spiritual sense is all about the kingdom principle that says, “to whom much is given, much will be required.” To whom God has committed His precious word to carry, much will be required.


In contemporary sense, the scripture is saying, the servant who knows what his master wants and ignores it, or insolently does whatever he pleases, will be thoroughly lashed. But if he does a poor job through ignorance, he’ll get off with a slap on the hand.

In other words, his punishment will be small because much will not be required from him, since much knowledge has not been committed to Him. It further says, “Great gifts mean great responsibility, greater gifts, greater responsibility.” That is the principle of the Kingdom.

Sometimes you hear serious minded believers saying, “why is my own case with God different? This person will do this and go free, but me. If I dare even half of what the person did, I will never go unpunished.” I used to make such remarks too, until my understanding was opened. My path in life has been a trouble one. Others will say a thing, and people will treat it mildly. But if I say same thing, “hell will break loose.

If you are having the same experiences, I am here to tell you that so long as what you are doing is not sinful or wicked, it is normal with people who have been committed with much.

In other words, you are going through all that because you are different. What the LORD has committed to you is more precious. He expects you to live differently. Greater gifts, greater responsibility. That is why we are looking at the faith position to keep, as precious word carriers, and the flesh positions to avoid.

We can see a Template of precious word carriers, who maintained faith positions because of the word they carried, in the codes of conduct that the LORD gave the Sons of Levi. They kept them meticulously; whoever broke them had themselves to blame.


The Sons of Aaron, part of the sons of Levi, did so and died instantly. It was a lesson for all generations. The Bible says;

“Then Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, each took his censer and put fire in it, put incense on it, and offered profane fire before the LORD, which He had not commanded them.

So fire went out from the LORD and devoured them, and they died before the LORD.” Leviticus 10:1-2 NKJV

Today, one may not die physically when they offer things God did not command as precious word carriers. When they offer things like preaching heresies, falsifying prophecies and anointings, saying God “says this” while it was just their hearts that spoke to them, or lying in the name of God, they will not die physically like the Sons of Aaron died. They will only die spiritually.

In simple terms, they will slip into moral corruption after a while. That is why we have so many Godless and immoral prophets, apostles, pastors, Bishops, and all kinds of preachers and believers today. They have offered so much strange fires that they have lost all forms of restraint. They are completely dead spiritually.

I can’t forget a preacher here in Kenya who got so drunk in a bar, that he began to boast of how much he has made from people’s tithes. That is how people who offer strange fire to God die in our dispensation. They go back to their lost state and begin to behave like terrible unbelievers, but still preach, pray, prophesy or speak in tongues, carrying the “man” or “people of God” demeanor.

Friend, we will become morally impure, corrupt and Godless, when we offer strange or profane fire to the LORD, and die spiritually. That is why we must fight the good fight of faith, to avoid taking any flesh position in our walk with the LORD, maintaining faith positions all through.


We have seen quite a few, but this one, though as important as the ones we have seen, is something many of us have not taken to heart. The text says;

“Wait on the LORD, And keep His way, And He shall exalt you to inherit the land; When the wicked are cut off, you shall see it.

I have seen the wicked in great power, And spreading himself like a native green tree. Yet he passed away, and behold, he was no more; Indeed I sought him, but he could not be found.

Mark the blameless man, and observe the upright; For the future of that man is peace.

But the transgressors shall be destroyed together; The future of the wicked shall be cut off.” Psalm 37:34-38 NKJV

The faith position we want to take a brief look at is buried in one of the verses of the devotional text. It reads, “Mark the blameless man, and observe the upright; For the future of that man is peace.

A precious word carrier who lead a blameless life, will see the word of the LORD he carries beautifying his life like the Garden of Eden. His beginning could be poor, small, ugly, unattractive, or unpromising like mine was, but things will take a radical change, as he keeps living a blameless life before GOD and man.

People may be speaking ill of him, slandering him, judging him by his history, and saying all manner of things; If he is blameless before GOD, he will keep rising while they keep talking. None of what they may be saying will affect him in any way. God will shield him with the shields of the earth.

Being blameless therefore, is a faith position that every word carrier must maintain. Anything below that is a flesh position.

The Bible says the future of the blameless man (or woman) is peace. The word peace there captures all that makes life beautiful on this side of eternity, and on the other side. That scripture made it clear that you do not earn a peaceful future by doing what they call recovering your star, raising altars, sowing seeds to men of God, or going for deliverance.

You secure a peaceful future by living a blameless life. That reminds me of what God said to Abram when he was yet to become Abraham. The Bible says;

“When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the LORD appeared to Abram and said to him, “I am Almighty God; walk before Me and be blameless.” Genesis 17:1 NKJV


Though he did not waver in faith according to scriptures, he took one flesh position that he should not have taken. You see, there are times when, though you still believe God for a thing, but out of human pressure do some other things while still believing Him that end up backfiring on you. That was what happened to this great man of destiny.

But before we go any further, let us look at who Abram was, and what was the content of the precious word he carried. If you look at the content of the Precious word Abram carried, you will understand why the LORD gave him the faith position of “be blameless” to uphold. The Bible says;

“Now the LORD had said to Abram: “Get out of your country, From your family and from your father’s house, To a land that I will show you.

I will make you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing.

I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” Genesis 12:1-3 NKJV

In this precious word that Abram carried, are major eternal moves of God and precious prophecies that were preplanned to be fulfilled in time. Some have been fulfilled and some are yet to be fulfilled.

In it, you will see Isaac, Jacob and the 12 tribes. In it you will see Moses, and the birth of a nation out of Egypt. In it you will see the coming of the LORD, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and the birth of the Church among other things. All that have been fulfilled!

That is why today, members of the present Church, who are saved and sanctified, are called the spiritual children of Abraham.

The part that is yet to be fulfilled which we can still see in the precious word he carried, is the church that will be raptured, the return of the LORD, and the new Heaven and the new earth where righteousness dwells. All these things should tell us why God had to give him the “be blameless” faith position, we are looking at, to uphold.


What does it mean to be blameless? To be blameless in the eyes of the scriptures simply means, to be someone who cannot be accused of wrongdoing before God and man. It means to be innocent of wrongdoing, and be without guilt, if weighed in the balances of God’s justice system.

David understood the power of being blameless. He knew how much the precious word he carried will accomplish in his life, if he leads a blameless life, hence praying and saying to the LORD; “keep your servant also from willful sin, then will I be blameless” (Psalm 19:13).

From this prayer of David, it is clear that we will be blameless, if we do not willfully do things that are wrong.

When the word blameless is mentioned in scriptures, it is always a result of someone following God. When we follow God carefully, without willfully giving in to the flesh, we will be blameless before Him. It is a major faith position to uphold. Anything below it, will be flesh position.

If God will hand over that faith position to Abraham to carry, you will not be wise to reason that it is not your portion. By heritage, it is our portion. Our calling involves leading a blameless life. What God said to Abram then, He is saying to you and I now.

We have all sinned in one way or the other. We all have Ishmael’s in our lives. Do not forget, it was after Ishmael came that God sent that word to our father Abram, who later became Abraham. So, he is saying to you and I,

“walk before me, and be blameless. I have wiped away the record of your sins and recklessness. Now, live a new life! Be blameless.”

That is the message of this devotional.

In closing, permit me to state that the analysis of the content of the precious word in Abram’s life (as it was thousands of years ago), tells us something about our own lives, and its precious word content. If a prophetic analysis is carried out, we will discover amazing things.

Meaning, we must also embrace the faith position Abraham embraced, to unleash the manifestation of the content of the precious word he carried. And that faith position remains, “be blameless.” That is a faith position that will change everything.


“The LORD rewarded me according to my righteousness; According to the cleanness of my hands He has recompensed me.

For I have kept the ways of the LORD, And have not wickedly departed from my God. For all His judgments were before me, And I did not put away His statutes from me.

I was also blameless before Him, And I kept myself from my iniquity. Therefore the LORD has recompensed me according to my righteousness, According to the cleanness of my hands in His sight.

With the merciful You will show Yourself merciful; With a blameless man You will show Yourself blameless;” Psalm 18:20-25 NKJV