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Rhapsody of Realities TeeVo is a 30-day devotional that speaks directly and plainly to young people, addressing their issues and concerns from the perspective of God's Word.
In today's world, teens are faced with tremendous pressures with choices to make in different areas of their lives. This is particularly true for Christian teens who have to take a stand for the gospel and make choices that are seemingly unpopular.
This devotional is packaged to equip and provide you with answers to life's questions and challenges from the standpoint of God's Word. It will give you a proper focus regarding who you are, what your true purpose in life is, and build you up for a successful and glorious life!

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December Week One

WHO IS A BELIEVER? - Sunday, December 1st

(Be A Word Practitioner)

Put God's Word to work; practise it every day. That's proof positive that you believe what it says.

To The Bible: James 2:18-19

…Someone will say, You have faith, and I have works. Show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works. You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons believe—and tremble!


Someone once asked, Who's an unbeliever: is it the one who doesn't believe in Jesus at all or the other who believes He's God's Son but hasn't confessed His Lordship? The simple answer is Both! It's not enough to believe that Jesus is the Son of God; you must also confess Him as Lord of your life. In the latter part of James 2:19, we read that even demons believe there is one God and tremble, but that doesn't make them believers!"

An unbeliever is anyone who hasn't obeyed the gospel of Jesus Christ by believing in his heart that Jesus Christ is alive and confessing Him as Lord (Romans 10:9-10). The word believe is a verb formed from two Anglo-Saxon words. The first means to accept that something is or exists, and the second means to act like it is. To believe, therefore, means to accept that something exists and then act accordingly. It's an action word that brings about possession. You can't claim to believe without acting.

A believer accepts what God says, and then speaks and acts accordingly. So, if you truly believe God is who He says He is and has done what He says He's done, then you must talk, act and live accordingly. Don't stop at merely believing that Jesus died and was raised back to life. You've got to also accept His finished works by confessing His Lordship over your life; that's the action that catapults you into salvation.

Go Deeper: Romans 4:19-20, 2 Corinthians 4:13

RELATE: Prayer

Dear Father, I receive your Word concerning my success, health, victory and prosperity with meekness, gladness, and faith in my heart; and I act in agreement with that Word today, in Jesus' Name. Amen.


Talk the Word from these scriptures:

1. 1 Corinthians 15:57

2. John 5:24

SUIT UP Monday, - December 2nd

(Put On The Complete Armour of God)

God has equipped you with all that you require to be an effective soldier in His army.

To the Bible: Ephesians 6:11 AMP

Put on God's whole armor [the armor of a heavy-armed soldier which God supplies], that you may be able successfully to stand up against [all] the strategies and the deceits of the devil.


Satan has many devious tricks that he tries to use against believers to get us out of God's will. That's why the Lord tells us to protect ourselves by suiting up with the whole armour of God. Notice Ephesian 6:11 doesn't say, Pray that God would put His armour on you. Rather, it tells you to do it yourself. Thus, it wouldn't be right for you to beg God, like some do, for protection from Satan, because your protection rests in that armour; all you need to do is to put it on.

This scripture also points out that you should put on the whole armour of God, not just some parts of it. You've got to check that you don't leave any part of it out. Have the belt of truth buckled around your waist, the bulletproof vest of righteousness over your heart, your feet covered with the boots of the gospel of peace, the helmet of salvation on your head, the sword of the Spirit (which is God's Word) in one hand, and the shield of faith in the other hand (Ephesians 6:12-17).

God's armour is available to you today. To put it on, simply say I put on the whole armour of God and stand victorious, as a good soldier, against every trick of the devil. Remember to keep your armour on at all times, and live in continuous victory over Satan.

Go Deeper: Ephesians 6:13, 1 Thessalonians 5:6-8


I've put on the whole armour of God, and I fight the good fight of faith, fully equipped to quench all the fiery darts of the devil and render all his schemes unsuccessful and empty. Hallelujah!


Read Ephesians 6:10-18v again. List out the different parts of God's armour and what they are for.

A PLEASANT JOURNEY - Tuesday, December 3rd

(Enjoy Every Moment Of Your Life)

Life isn't all about preparing for the future or the sweet-by-and-by; it's also about enjoying today.

To The Bible: John 10:10 AMP

The thief comes only in order to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance (to the full, till it overflows).


Life is a journey, and while on it, it's important you enjoy the trip; there's so much God has placed on your way for you to enjoy as you journey through life.

He wants you to enjoy the life He’s given you, because that's the reason Jesus came in the first place. He said it Himself: "...I came that they may have