PREVAILING VOICE DAILY
26th May 2021
Topic: DELIVERING YOUR MANDAT..part 2
Text: Jeremiah 29:11.
11: For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.
Everyone desires good things in life, but because of the failures of the past some people see those desires as mere wishes that are either diffucult to achieve or can never come true.
Good dreams have been flushed down the drain becuase of challenges that appear at the verge of breakthrough each time they are close to success. The worst conclusion is to think that God does not really care about making one’s dreams come true. This illustration will change such orientation: if your child approach you and say, ‘ Dad, I want to be a doctor ‘, what will your reaction be like? Of course, you will be happy that your child has a good vision, even if you want him to be something else apart being doctor, you will want to guide such child into what you considered best for him or her.
The vision of a child becoming responsible and important personality in life is the joy of every parent. I know you would want to give your best to ensure the child gets the best. So, when God said, ‘… to give you an expected end, he meant to make your dreams and aspirations come true.
The main point this message tends to deliver is that God is willing to help you achieve your dreams in life. He is committed to giving you an expected end.
God talking about a good ending for you, success realm, breakthrough level, he is committed to taking you to heights you will never fall anymore.
Aggreeing with God to attain your success point is your assignment while God has an obligation to keep and assist you.
I see your dreams coming through as you stay with God. I am talking from experience. God bless you.
* Lord, help my dreams to come true in Jesus name.
READING THROUGH THE BIBLE (RTB)
2 Samuel 3, 1 Thessalonians 5.
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