Scripture Reference: Philippians 2:13 – “For it is God which work in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.”
Indeed God has not finish with you yet, because as long us you are alive there is still hope against hope.
You’re not fighting those battles on your own. The Most High God is going before you. You’re going to come out of that challenge quicker than you think.
Get this down in your spirit: you’re going to quickly conquer the sickness, quickly conquer that trouble at work. Behind the scenes right now, God is changing things in your favor. He’s crossing over ahead of you, taking care of the sickness, taking care of the trouble.
If you’ll stay in faith, it’s going to happen sooner than it looks. You didn’t see any sign of it, it looked like the difficulty was permanent, then suddenly things change. God is going to hasten His Word; He’s going to speed it up.
After a mistake don’t complain and look down upon yourself but rather continue to confess the Word of God and your faith.
Don’t cry, it is well with your soul, for you are getting better everyday. Today is better than yesterday and tomorrow will be better than today.
We think of waiting as negative; we don’t like it when nothing is happening. We’re interested in the destination, but God is interested in the journey. He’s working on us along the way. When we understand that waiting doesn’t mean that nothing is happening, it doesn’t mean that God’s forgotten about us, and instead it’s all a part of the process, then we can live in faith, knowing that at the right time, God will get us to where we’re supposed to be.
God is working more than you think! So many little things in life that we think are coincidences are actually God ordained.
Stop looking at what God is not doing. Stop looking at what you don’t have and the breakthroughs that aren’t coming through. And go back and look at what God has done in your life.
PRAYER – The Word of God is at work in me everyday and everywhere, the Holy Spirit is Working out in me the very purpose of God for my life, and I’m getting better everyday. In Jesus Name. Amen.