In Due Time

July 17, 2017: 10:02 pm

Today is officially my worst day ever. I had a million and one questions for God.

Have you ever being at that crossroad? Yes, that same one Chantal Powell spoke about Crossroad

Faced with so many unanswered questions about the plans God has for my life. I can remember service last Saturday night Joel Osteen spoke about the 21 days wait. For 21 days the prince of the Persian kingdom blocked Daniel’s way but on day 21st Michael, one of the chief princes, showed up and help him.

As I’m writing I can remember a few nights ago I was heading to the bathroom when I heard a voice telling me to get a book. When I went to the cupboard, I found the book: From Problems to Power by Glenford Smith.

I opened the book at the back for some strange reason. But I know that it prepared me for this day.

Thank you, Jesus!

It reminded me that God plans for my life has not changed, although the Isrealities took 40 years to reach the promised land he still fulfilled his promise. Thus I should not lose hope although everything around seems to not work in my favor.

I was encouraged that in due season God will show up. He will show up and complete what he has started in me. And I am convinced that it will not be in my timing, as I have already passed all by deadline but he will show up

So even in this dry season let me encourage us that God will fulfill all he has promised. It can take 21 days for some and another 40 years. Let’s remember God is not slack concerning his promises. – 2 Peter 3 vs 9

He has already made provisions for us. He has put people and resources in place to fulfill his purpose. Keep fighting through this dry season the clouds are getting heavy overhead. 

“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Galatians 6:9

Listening Suggestion: Jekalyn Carr – Greater Is Coming

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    I believe this is timely. Hitting the nail on the head. Thank you Nicky for this is encouragement to endure to the end. We shall reap if we faint not.

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