The Favor of God

I am of all men, most favoured.
Today’s Scripture: Isaiah 3:10, Psalm 55:22; 4:3

Today, read and re-read the above Scriptures till they sink into every fibre of your being.

Isaiah 3:10: Tell the godly that all will be well for them. They will enjoy the rich reward they have earned!

Psalm 55:22: Give your burdens to the Lord, and he will take care of you. He will not permit the godly to slip and fall.

Psalm 4:3: You can be sure of this: The Lord set apart the godly for himself. The Lord will answer when I call to him.

How wonderful! God declares that all will be well for you. A thousand and one people may not know what you are going through and may not care, but God? God cares. As a Father, He has a responsibility on your life to care for you, to ensure that you do not slip and fall. He says he would not “permit” it. He would not allow you to see shame. Believing this has worked for me for many, many years, and I know it will never stop working, because God will never stop being God. Kenneth E. Hagin said, “if the multiplication table still works, then God still works.” Now, here’s the catch. If the multiplication table stops working, your God still works! He does not need anything, in heaven or on earth, to be God. He made everything we see; He created heaven and earth. He is God before existence! Now, that same God has set you, ‘wretched man or woman, now born-again’, apart for himself, and at the moment you call on Him, he is at attention to say, “Child, what do you need?” He does not just ask what you need. He supplies your need – spiritual, mental, emotional – whatever it may be, in accordance to His will for your life.

God always answers our prayers. I hear you say, “But I prayed for this and that and God never gave me an answer.” OR “At some point, He even gave me a “NO” for an answer”. Now, what does that mean? We talk about it tomorrow. But understand right now that the Father is intentional about your life, and He wants to make you happy.

Prayer Point: Father, thank you because I know that you care for me. Thank you for always coming through for me. Thank you for not always looking at my shortcomings. I appreciate you Lord and I love you Jesus. Amen.

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