When God speaks a Word, there’s an assignment attached to that word. God’s Word will not return to Him until that word’s mission is accomplished. You are a living word spoken out of the mouth of God. God created you for a distinct purpose. No matter what is going on in your life, you will fulfill God’s purpose. There will be times when you must fight, but will you win. No trouble. No victory. God’s purpose for you guarantees everything will work out.
God is in the habit of choosing people who think they are incapable of accomplishing His will. Isaiah 55:11 says, “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” The root meaning for “word” in Isaiah 55:11 is promise. You are a promise God has made to Himself. God’s promises obligate Him to orchestrate successful outcomes in every area of your life. God is not limited by time, space, circumstances, your weaknesses, or inabilities. You are in the process of becoming everything God says you are, not who you think you are. God created you for success everywhere He places you. The harshness of your environment cannot deter God’s plans for your life. It is by God’s grace, power, and faithfulness that you will achieve what you never thought possible. Philippians 1:6 tells of God’s faithfulness to complete the good work He started in you.
Christ fulfilled His mission here on earth. Thus, you are destined for success regardless of your age, current station in life, or financial status. God sees you beyond your now. He has thought you all the way through all your fears, insecurities, test, trials, and tribulations. You are already complete in God’s eyes. You are equipped and empowered by the Spirit of the Living God to achieve what looks impossible to the human eye. God is fashioning you into the person you never thought you could become. God will never abandon or fail you in the process. You will accomplish your God-given mission. The key to your success is to trust and obey God through the process and hold on to God’s unchanging hand.
Until next time…Be blessed!
Rev. Cynthia Jackson, Rhema Inspirations