YOU ARE ALREADY MADE (2) Tuesday, 4 August 2015
“Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have I made thee.” Genesis 17:5 (KJV)
God declared in the book of Genesis chapter 15 that His children will go into captivity for 400 years. God was speaking to Abraham, a man who had no baby and thought that Eliezer his chief servant was his child of promise. Abraham said to God, you are saying these things to me, what will you do for me, seeing that my servant will inherit all that I have? And God laughed and then took him outside and showed him a picture of what He will do for him. As though that was not enough, God made Abraham to sleep and made a covenant with him. He said you are still talking about a son when I am speaking about a nation. I will do exceedingly abundantly above what you have or think according to the power that is at work in you.
How do you see this God? He said you are talking about a son when I am speaking about a nation. God said to Abraham, a nation is coming out of you and for your information this nation is going into captivity for 400 years and they will be afflicted. But at the end of the day, I will afflict those that afflicted them and bring them out of captivity.
You will succeed because God has already made you.
So when Pharaoh was dancing around, he was only wasting his time because the children of Israel were already made to leave Egypt. In the same vein I declare that you are coming out of sickness, you are coming out of disease, you are coming out of barrenness, you are coming out of poverty and you will succeed because God has already made you. In fact, I pity the devil this day because there is no way you are going to be the same again. You are a living miracle. It is not by power, it is not by might but by the spirit of the Lord. I declare to you today that you are already made to come out of that situation and you are coming out because all things are possible to you if you can only believe.
Further reading: Genesis 18:1-33 Daily Bible reading: Morning-Psalms 66-67, Evening-Romans 7