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“Behold I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:19

When we are talking about new things we are not talking about something refurbished or something you used to know. No! We are talking about something that is original! Something that is brand-new. Stop looking around and saying maybe it might be this or that. God will beat your expectation and imagination. We are talking about something that will be appearing for the first time. Something  fresh, unfamiliar, unused, different and better. It is a new era.

New thing also means uncontaminated, unfamiliar, unique, unused, virgin and up to date. That will be your portion. When God steps into a situation He goes beyond what we think.

As it is written eyes had not seen nor ear heard, never has it entered the heart of man the things that God had prepared for them that love Him. That’s why we are not prisoners of despair, we are prisoners of hope. We live in hope! We live in confident expectation that somehow it will turn out right. It will not end in despair nor in disappointment.

Beloved, with this in mind, expect what is good always and begin to talk about it. Pretty soon creation will begin to gravitate to bring to you what you are saying. Declare to yourself that “I cannot be defeated I can never lose. Impossible! I can never die because I have passed from death to life. Sickness cannot dwell in my body. I can never be cursed. Who can curse the person who the Father has blessed! I have been redeemed. Even if there is a curse in the life of my parents, the day I received Jesus, I was “re-gened”. I have the gene of God and the gene I have has no curse. The gene I have has no defeat. I have the gene of royalty. How can I fail!  For me to fail, it is impossible!”


Further Reading: Isaiah 43:18-21, Romans 8:28-29

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Psalms 105-106; Evening- 1 Corinthians 3

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