“For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.” (Psalms 119:89 KJV)
Beloved, God is not under pressure. He is relaxed! That is how a child of God is meant to function. The devil comes to put you under pressure so as to make you give up your confidence in God. Jesus said to Peter, Satan has desired to have you, but I have prayed for you that your faith does not fail. This shows that faith can fail. More often than not, the enemy is after your faith. It is his duty to pressurize you, work things around you and make you let go of faith. But the devil cannot undo in time what God has perfected in eternity. If you read John 10:10, the Bible says, the devil comes to kill, steal and destroy, but the verse does not end there, Jesus immediately said: But I have come that you might have life and have it more abundantly. That clearly tells you one thing: Everything about you has been perfected by God.
The scripture says in Rom. 8:29 that whom he did fore-know, he predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the first among many brethren. And those He predestined, He called and those He called, He justified and those He justified, He glorified. If you look through that scripture, He did it all and that means you are called for glory and so you will not see shame.
Therefore, don’t you ever give up on what God has said because He is the God that can make and un-make. He is still sitting in heaven and laughing at the devil, because He knows that your victory is sure. Nothing can undo what He has perfected. The devil is not a lion; he is only like a roaring lion. Your God is the Lion. Don’t run for the likeness of a lion, when the real Lion is on your side. I see you rising up and overtaking your over takers. You will recover all. Every prophetic word declared over your life shall rest upon you. It will affect your business, your family, marriage, career, profession and health. I will hear your testimonies.
Further Reading: Jeremiah 1:4-19, Hebrews 10:12-14.
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Deuteronomy 10-12; Evening- Mark 12:1-27