Friday, 17 July 2015

“When the wicked, even mine enemies and my foes, came upon me to eat up my flesh, they stumbled and fell.” Psalm 27:2

God does things supernaturally, not like man. He is the one who told the Israelites to leave Egypt. They left and got to the Red Sea but it seemed they were trapped because the hosts of Egypt were coming after them. But God was setting the Egyptians up for destruction. At the end what happened to Pharaoh is that he drowned with all his best military hardware and personnel. The enemy that the children of Israel saw before, they saw no more. You can’t pursue God’s people and succeed. When the enemy begins to say that I will pursue them, I will overtake them and I will take what belongs to them, the Bible says the one who is on the throne will laugh.

Who is he that speaks and it comes to pass when the Lord has not commanded it? Let me tell you something child of God, when God allows certain things in your life, that doesn’t mean that He is weak. He is simply saying you can handle it and when all is said and done the last testimony belongs to you. There is no margin for failure for a child of God. That’s why Paul said thanks be to God who causeth us to triumph always. Even when it looks as if it will not work don’t ever set your face for failure because you are not a failure. The moment you say you are a failure it means Jesus Christ has failed.

Child of God, you are in Christ. God is seeing you in Christ and the devil himself is seeing you in Christ. So when you say that you are a failure the devil will be wondering what is going on. He will be wondering if you really know who you are and what you have. I declare to you today that you are not a failure. The fact that you failed once does not make you a failure. You are a failure only if you refused to rise up when you failed. Most people who are described as successful today failed many times. They key is that they rose up each time they failed and they tried again because they never saw themselves as failures. Today I declare you a success and whatever door they have shut against you, I command them to supernaturally open.

Further reading: Exodus 14:1-31 Daily Bible reading: Morning-Psalms 18-19, Evening-Acts 20:17-38


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