WALKING IN RIGHTEOUSNESS IS WALKING IN DOMINION
“In righteousness shalt thou be established: thou shalt be far from oppression; for thou shalt not fear: and from terror; for it shall not come near thee.” (Isaiah 54:14 KJV)
God wants you to be established in righteousness so that when the storms rage and the billows toss high, you will remain confident, knowing that you will come out, because God is for you. When Jesus said to His disciples, “let us go to the other side”; He had spoken and He was sure of His word. That was why when the storm rose against him, He was comfortably sleeping on a pillow, because He knew that the storm did not have the capacity to alter His word. Here is the difference between those who are established and those who are not. In that storm Jesus was sleeping and the disciples who were being trained were running all around. Even the wind and storm could not wake Jesus up from sleep. It took his disciples to wake him up. Jesus knew that there was no storm that could ever destroy Him. He was indestructible. He made the storm and therefore has dominion over it.
Those who walk in righteousness walk in dominion and lack will not be a problem. Jesus did not panic in the wilderness when He had thousands of people to feed. The scripture says He knew what to do. When you fret about things, it is because you have not taken your place. Beloved, the righteous can never be forsaken. His seed shall not beg for bread. The righteous shall not suffer and will never be moved. The righteous shall inherit the earth, his desire is always good, and his desire shall be granted. He is delivered out of trouble. His seed shall be delivered and he shall flourish like a palm tree. Righteousness delivers from death and the righteous is as bold as a lion. The name of the Lord is a strong tower, the righteous runs into it and is safe.
Whatever the enemy has packaged against your destiny will not stand. Whatever the enemy has prepared and he is fighting you with is terminated.
Further Reading: Romans 5:1-21
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Numbers 32-34; Evening- Mark 9:30-50