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“And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.” (John 1:14 KJV)

One of the things that you must settle within yourself is that the word of God has all it takes to come to pass. In fact, inherent in the word is the power to accomplish. When God speaks, it is not a statement of an intention, but a statement of truth – something God had finished – perfected in eternity, just waiting for the fullness of time to manifest. The word will produce in your life.

God honours His word above His name. His Covenant He will not break, nor alter that which is gone out of His mouth. Heaven and earth shall pass away but not the word of God. The word of God is settled in heaven, therefore the devil cannot unsettle it. God’s word has been perfected in eternity. And it will manifest in time. Don’t let time become a challenge to you because your God is the God who made time, stepped outside of time and controls time. He makes all things beautiful in His time.

Look at the life of Joseph; it appeared that the prophecy over his life will never happen. His father had assumed him dead and mourned him. As far as any man is concerned, the dream had hit the rocks, it can never happen again. But not the word of God; at the appointment time, the word located him in the prison. The word bought him out of the prison and positioned him in the palace. His brothers trembled and were overwhelmed with fear when he disclosed to them his identity; he said to them: I am your brother; God has lifted me in the land of affliction. Halleluyah!

You will burst forth with praises, singing and adoration. You will not sing the song of death. It will be a song of celebration! Where the enemy has packaged death for you, songs of deliverance will surround you. I bless you today in the name of the Lord.

Further reading: 1 Corinthians 2:9, Psalms 32:7, Joel 2:21-27

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Judges 9-10; Evening- Luke 5:17-39

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