“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:” (Ecclesiastes 3:1 KJV)
One of the things I have noticed in our walk with God is that whenever your moment comes, it appears as if all hell has broken loose. This is a revelation that many people do not understand. And as a result, they have not been able to navigate their life to the victory God has ordained for them when the moment comes. In Gods own calendar, and in the way He arranges things, darkness always come before the Light.
Look at the story of Joseph; everything looked bleak. His dreams looked impossible. He had gone from his parents’ house into slavery and even in slavery he was now in prison, what could be worse. But it was all a setup by God to bring him to the palace. So at times, things will look as if all hope is lost and you will be wondering if God has gone on vacation. But God never goes on vacation! He is always there caring for us. He will never leave you nor forsake you.
Whenever your moment of miracles comes, the devil comes and says a lot of things in order to frustrate your effort. Let me encourage those who are in this situation right now to hold on. Your moment has come. No matter how tough things have been, it is still your best moment ever. It is your moment of breakthrough. It is your moment of uncommon success. It is your moment of accelerated progress. The grace of God is bringing you into a place of rest. This year shall be brighter, bigger and better than the others before. It shall be greater than the rest. I see you rising. God is laying a foundation for greatness for you and it will come to pass. Don’t give up and don’t give in. You will experience tremendous testimonies. The plan of the devil is for you to throw in the towel and say that it is not working. But stand and having done all to stand, stand again. You are entering into your season of rest and restoration. It will come to pass in Jesus name.
Further reading: Genesis 41:1-46, Psalms 30:5
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Joshua 13-15; Evening- Luke 1:57-80