ITS GOD’S BUSINESS
“Who against hope believed in hope, that he might become the father of many nations, according to that which was spoken, So shall thy seed be.” Romans 4:18
he word of God is so explicit. Abraham hoped against hope. The bible is saying, there came a time when Abraham didn’t have any hope. Nothing was looking right but rather everything was looking humanly impossible. In fact, people were laughing at him but he decided to believe in and hope in the word of God. Abraham said to himself “I don’t know how He is going to do it; that is not my business. I won’t play God”. Against hope, he believed in hope that He will become what God said. Today I declare that you will become what God has said.
Many times, our human nature tries to navigate through our spirit, trying to know how and when it will be done especially if we are having a hard time believing exceptional promise from the Lord. We scan through the crowd and many variables trying to know how? Who God will use? How God will do it and when He will do it. But child of God, you cannot box God. He is too big for your human mind to comprehend. All he wants of you is to simply believe. It is not your business to know how it will be done. It is your part to believe God. Leave the rest to Him, that is what makes Him Jehovah. He will do what he wants to do, when He wants to do it and with whom he wants to do it. You cannot question His sovereignty. So trust in Him and submit to His will even when you don’t understand the situation.
After Abraham had struggled, God’s will still spoke. The same old man had children. Not just his promised heir but after Sarah died, Abraham married a woman by the name Keturah and had five more children at that “old stricken age”. I declare that you will produce your own baby. Irrespective of your medical report, I see God doing it in your life. Your past cannot hinder God’s agenda for your life. You may not know how, you may not know when, but He will do it again. It is God’s business. Relax and watch Him do what He has said. I bless you today in the name of the Lord.
Further reading: John 15:1-5, 2 Cor 12:9 Daily Bible Reading: Morning – Psalms 119:1-88, Evening – 1 Corinthians 7:20-40