Today is Tuesday October 5 2021, and the scriptural text for our daily devotional from God’s word is from Hebrews 1:2.

Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some have unwittingly entertained angels.

Hebrews 1:2

Stories of how people in the bible entertained angels in the past abounds, and one significant thing about those stories is that these stramgers usually turned out to be Angels of God, who will bless those people in the end.

Now let’s review some of those stories.

In Genesis 19, Abrams cousin Lot entertained Angels who forewarned him about the destruction of Soddom and Gomorrah.

And it was this instruction that saved Lot and his family; except his wife who got stubborn and changed to pillar of salt, from the destruction.

In Genesis 24, Rebekah received Araham’s servant and had the blessing of becoming Isaac’s wife, the mother of multitudes.

In Joshua 2, a prostitute known as Rehab saved two men from Acacia whom Jesus sent to secretly secretly spy the land before they attacke it.

In the end, Rehab and her family were the only one saved by Joshua and his army.

In 1 Kings 17:8-15, the widow of Zarephath gave her last meal to Elijah, revives a widows son because she gave him her last and only meal.

In 2 Kings 4, Elisha raised a Shunammite’s Son after providing jars of oil for her to pay her debts, simply because she took her under her shelter.

This and many more examples in the bible have illustrated to us what blessings, favour and salvation we might just get if we accept strangers.

In the only record of the last judment in the bible, Mathew 25, we see that hospitality to our fellow humans is a hospitality to Jesus in disguise.

And that’s what he is going to judge us by.

For whatever you do to the least of your brothers, that you do unto God.

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