Summary: Are you still with your glorious garment or have you been working without knowing that you lost your garment? The garment you are wearing, is it yours or another man's garment? God is merciful enough to recover you


MAIN TEXT: Zechariah 3:4

“And he answered and spake unto those that stood before him saying, Take away the filthy garment from him. And unto him he said, Behold I have caused thine iniquity to pass from thee, and I will clothe thee with change of raiment.

Ecclesiastes 9:8

“Let thy garment be always white; and let thy head lack no ointment”.

The vision of Joshua the high priest was revealed to prophet Zechariah. In the vision, he saw a high priest and satan standing at his right hand to resist his progress and to stagnate him.

This man was a high priest, who served for years but had a reproach and affliction. He prayed for others and they got their miracle and testimonies but he did not know why his own case was not settled. That reproach was a stigma in his ministry and family until that day of divine remembrance. The fact was he saw the problems but could not discover the root of the problems.

There are cases that have taken you almost everywhere yet no solution, today is your day of salvation and testimonies just believe.

When you consider that vision of Joshua the high priest, he wore a priestly garment but he was still naked which means he was still prone to attacks from the enemies. I don’t know your preparation and appearance that appear well to you but before God it does not make sense or protect you from satanic attacks.

Sin can stain your garment or a little sin can give you a little stain in the hidden part of your garment and you will not know about it. You might be doing that great work just like Joshua who performed the work of a high priest without knowing that you are open to destruction although with a covered apparel.

The first covering that God gave man was his glory in the garden of Eden. Sin, carelessness, lukewarmness, and abuse of grace can affect your garment.


Scriptural References: Isaiah 52:1, Isaiah 61:10

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