If you will stay in faith, things will not only happen sooner than you think, they will be bigger than you imagined. That’s the way our God is. He likes to do exceedingly, abundantly above and beyond.
If you’ll stay in faith, God will not only bring you out, He’ll also turn back time. God will make up for the lost joy. He’ll make up for the lost peace. He’ll restore your victories.
If you’ll stay in faith, the enemy won’t have the last laugh—you will. You’ll be vindicated. Your wrongs will be made right.
If you will focus on pleasing God and be true to who He has made you to be, you will see amazing things happen in your life.
Sooner than later, you’re going to see the hand of God, making things happen that you couldn’t make happen, opening doors that no person can shut, turning situations around that look impossible.
No matter what you have gone through, Jesus can use your past for your future good. When I was younger, I wasn’t living for God. I made a lot of mistakes and compromised who I was in order for approval. But when I placed my hope and trust in God, He redeemed me and forgave me. He gave me a fresh start. He used my past for my greater good.
Jesus is not surprised by what you’ve gone through. When you place your faith and trust in Him- he makes all things new. Thank God for His amazing and loving grace!
Have you chosen to let your past stay in the past and now let it be used for Gods’ glory?
You have to walk by faith and not by sight. Your faith is going to turn things around. Your faith is going to open the right doors. Your faith is going to bring unexpected favor. It’s going to happen sooner than you think. God is about to open supernatural doors, turn impossible situations around.
The scripture says, “You can’t please God without faith.” That’s a powerful principle. Thanking God that He’s opening doors you can’t open, thanking Him that He’s bringing promises to pass, then you’re not releasing your faith. You have to stir up what God put in your heart.
Every day you stay in faith—you thank God that He’s working, you do the right thing when nothing is changing—your spiritual muscles are growing. You’re getting stronger, more determined, developing a greater trust in God. Instead of complaining about what’s not turning around, pass this test: see it as an opportunity to develop your faith.