One of my favorite television shows is “Say Yes to the Dress.” Many of the prospective brides on the show talk about how their fiancés complete them. While this may sound romantic, because of man’s fall in the Garden of Eden, every person born into this world is flawed. Therefore, it is not humanly possible for an imperfect individual to make anyone else complete. People may add to your life, but only God has the ability to complete you.
You are the result of a physical manifestation of a complete thought in the mind of God. God has thought you through all of your insecurities, fears, tests, trials, and tribulations. God’s promises obligate Him to orchestrate successful outcomes in every area of your life. God is not limited by time, space, circumstances or your weaknesses and inabilities. You are in the process of becoming everything God says you are, not who you think you are. God uses process to peel back layers of life and remove years of emotional turmoil and pain to reveal the person He created you to be.
The problem is we do not believe we are capable of fulfilling God’s expectations for our lives. From our limited perspective, we lack the knowhow, finances, looks, and wherewithal to carry out what His has empowered us to achieve. But God is in the habit of choosing the least likely people to do what looks impossible to the human eye. It is only by God’s grace and power that you can accomplish the unimaginable purpose and destiny God has authored for your life. The key is to have faith and trust God through the process.
Christ’s salvific work is one of absolute completeness. He left no stone unturned where you are concerned. Jesus has redeemed you in every area of your life: spiritual, relational, physical, and financial. Philippians 1:6 says, “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” God has a finished picture of you in His mind. He has ordered every detail of your life. His purpose for your life is so strong it cannot be circumvented even by your mistakes. He makes provision for when you make a wrong turn on the road to destiny. God always finishes what He starts. Because God is a finisher, you are already a completed work in His eyes. Rest assured that no matter what you may be facing at this moment, you are destined to win!
Until next time…Be blessed!
Rev. Cynthia Jackson, Rhema Inspirations