“For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith”. (Romans 1:17 KJV)
Beloved, God sees the end from the beginning. What it means is that our journey as believers begins from the end. That is why He says if you have been raised with Christ, seek those things that are above and not on the earth. Set your affection on things above, for your life is hid with Christ in God. In other words, you must begin to see your true picture from God’s perspective and begin to declare it. The Bible says the just shall live by faith. What this means is that the just shall live by the word. The righteous lives by the word, not by what he sees. That is why he says all things are possible to him that believes and not to him that sees. God is telling you that He has seen it there in the realm of the spirit and because of that it is possible here on earth.
So your part is to believe what has been concluded there in the realm of the spirit and it will be made manifest here on earth.
In the book of Psalms 119: 89, the word of God declares: “For ever O Lord thy word is settled in heaven” And I asked God what that means and he said if I have said that the barren shall give birth, as far as I am concerned that person calling herself barren has children. This is because that person called barren is not barren in the presence of God. That person you call poor is not poor. That is why the scripture says, let the sick say I am healed, let the weak say I am strong and let the poor say I am rich. He doesn’t see you as single. You are the one seeing yourself as being single. So stop all this worrying and running all over the place because greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world. You have world overcoming faith working on the inside of you. It is a misnomer for you not to expect goodness? Whether the devil likes it or not, the word has gone out of the mouth of God and it will never return to him void. You will surely testify.
Further Reading: Mark 9:23, 11:22-24, Isaiah 55: 8-11
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Leviticus 8-10; Evening- Matthew 25:31-46