God keeps His promises.


In a previous post, I briefly mentioned about God fulfilling one of His promises spoken into my spirit.

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God is amazing.  He promised He would make me a successful business owner and here we are.  I can’t reiterate enough how amazed I am by Him.  He keeps His promises! If there is a promise spoken to you, hold onto it until it comes to fruition.

Always remind God of His promises.  We have to remind Him often and keep speaking His word back to Him.  Even God has to abide by His word.  That is how powerful God’s word is.

Isaiah 55:11 says “11 So will My word be which goes forth from My mouth; It will not return to Me empty, Without accomplishing what I desire, And without succeeding in the matter for which I sent it.”

Let’s look at this verse closer.  The word that comes from God’s mouth is His spoken promises.  Those spoken words CANNOT return void or empty to Him.  It HAS to accomplish what God spoke!  That is incredible.  I pray in Jesus’ name that you can grab that word with your whole heart, mind, and spirit.  Let it grow and blossom into your full-fledged dreams!  Amen.

If our spoken promises do not come to fruition, then it isn’t God’s fault.  We have to remind Him often of His promises.  We have to speak His word back to Him letting Him know that we expect these promises to come to pass.  We have to speak those things that are not as though they were.  We have to worship Him through all circumstances.  We can NEVER release that promise.  God does not change His mind.  It is our free will that interferes with God’s will.

So in review, let’s go over a few points:

1) Please do not think in any way, shape or form that I believe I am special or better than anyone else.  I do not believe that God only chose me to bestow promises unto.  We ALL have divine destinies to fulfill for God.  It is entirely our choice if and when we decide to step into God’s promises.  Please know that we all have a purpose.  God created each one of us in His image.  What God is doing in my life, He will also do in your life.  His word says in Acts 10:34 that “He is no respecter of person’s.” Which means that He shows no favoritism or partiality, what He does for one, He will do for us all.

2) We were all created for a particular purpose.  We were all planned for by the God of all creation.  Our tremendous Father in heaven prepared and purposed each one of us. There is not one person here by mistake.  We were all fashioned in God’s image to accomplish amazing things for Him!  Need proof?  Here it is.  God’s Word says in Jeremiah 1:5 ” Before I formed you in the womb I knew[a] you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”

Please grasp that.  The God of all creation set you apart to be a world changer.  My God in heaven that is an incredible and powerful statement!

3) Pursuing God and His promises is not an easy road to travel, but the rewards FAR out weight those travels.

4) Speak those things that are not as though they were.  That means we have to speak into existence each item God promised us.  It isn’t enough to just pray and believe.  We have to speak our promises into existence.  We have to speak words, so God, the enemy and even our own heart, minds and spirit hear.

Is it odd?  Yes,  it feels strange when you first start doing it, but when you start to see what you spoke into existence is fulfilled, it will begin to feel natural. You will get to a point where you won’t care who hears you.  They may think you have fallen off the deep end, but you will be the one with the incredible life.

Isn’t that what we all strive for, living our best life now.  God’s best life for us is far more amazing than what we can accomplish on our own.   Also remember that fulfilling our divine purpose always contains some aspect of helping others.

Keep your eyes on God, draw Him closer than ever before, and stay focused on His promises.

God bless you all.

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