Throughout the Bible, there were many instances where God prophesied a future occurrence in the lives of His people. He did so in the lives of Abraham, Samson, David, Elizabeth, Joseph, and Mary, to name a few. Yet, they all had to wait to see the manifestation of His promise. Why should you be any different?
Sometimes, we will receive a vision of a future event in our lives while we are still in the midst of an arduous or trialing situation. We remember the prophesy; and yet, it appears as though it will never manifest. Then, we somehow get the inclination that we should help God in producing the vision, and so we do not wait for God’s direction; only to find out, our timing was completely off. Our waiting becomes a burden, our trust in God becomes an issue, and disappointment appears to become our closest friend. -However, do not be dismayed.
You received the vision so you would not lose faith. It was a key; a look into your own future to offer hope, patience, and strength when those arduous and trialing times became way too burdensome. God promised you a better future and will not falter.
According to today’s verse, even on the worse days when your trust and faith is at its lowest, God says, He will not take His loving-kindness from you. His faithfulness will not fail, and nothing that He has promised you will He alter from your life. It is right there in your Bible in black and white.
–Hallelujah! –Isn't that a terrific prophesy for your life! L.
Study Reference: Psalm 89:33-34
From: "A Prophesy In Your Life." In The Master's Hands: 365 Daily Devotions For Everyday Living.
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