Gods Verdict Is Final
The LORD of hosts hath sworn, saying, Surely as I have thought, so shall it come to pass; and as I have purposed, so shall it stand. Isaiah 4:24
Many times we treat the word of God as if it is the word of a mere man. Worse still some people seem to believe the words of a man more than the words of God. When a man makes a promise, many celebrate it but are unable to celebrate the promises of God because they are yet to manifest. Beloved, if you can believe the words of a mere man, who cannot determine what tomorrow will be, why will you not dare to believe the word of God. His word is Final.
The finality of the word of God cannot be overemphasised. If you actually understand the word of God, then you will cease from struggle. Have you thought of it: if God sees a white shirt, and decides to call it black, The moment God calls that shirt black, it immediately turns black, nothing can stop it, nothing can challenge it. That is why I say God does not crack jokes, because His words cannot return to Him void.
What are you faced with? I need you to search the scriptures and stay in the presence of God to receive the word for the moment from God. Once God has said it, no matter how impossible it sounds, it is as good as done. Let us look at the story of David: David returned to find out that Amalekites have raided his tent and everything the entire community had was gone, including their wives. Think about it, these were men that had gone to war and were sent back, obviously they were tired and the welcome they received was the entire place burnt. Even the men threatened to stone David, but David enquired of the Lord. He knew that God had the final verdict and he asked God: can I pursue, will I overtake them? God replied pursue, you will overtake them and without fail recover all. Read the story, it happened just as God as said. They not only recovered what was lost, they also got all the spoils that the Amalekites came to war with.
Child of God, whatever the devil has stolen from you, Gods verdict is that you will pursue, overtake and without fail, recover all. You are entering into your wealthy place. Stand firm and see the salvation of the Lord.
Further Reading: 1 Samuel 30:1-18 Daily Bible Reading: Morning: Proverbs 10-12; Evening 2 Corinthians 4