Bible in a year: 1 Chronicles 28:1-29:30, Romans 5:6-21, Psalm 15:1-5, Proverbs 19:18-19

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The word “behold” appears in the Bible over a thousand times because God always wants us to see what He has done for us. However, most Christians fail because their focus is more on what the devil is doing instead of what God has done. The devil will only show you what your physical senses can see and this will always negate what God has done for you because eye hath not seen, nor ear heard and neither has it entered the heart of men what God has prepared for them that love Him.

The devil will always show the children of God what their physical senses can see. The devil will always say things like “you’re not healed because if you are healed you won’t have that pain in your body.” To see the provision and intervention of God in your life, never look at your circumstances but at the word of God. It is by looking at the word of God that you will defeat the devil; but the devil will defeat you every time you look at your circumstances.

Christians experience defeat every time they look towards their circumstances and speak from that standpoint not because God is not working nor because He hasn’t done what you are requesting of Him but because walking by your senses truncates what God is doing. The devil cannot stop God from working, he cannot undo what God has done but you the believer can stop God’s work in your life and situation by looking at the wrong things. You must discipline yourself not to. 

Get on the channel of faith and stop looking at the physical circumstances and start looking at the reality that God has provided in the unseen realm. When you increase your study of the ways of God, you will see that God always goes ahead of you to provide for you and ahead of the devil to preserve your lot but you must keep your mouth in agreement with what He has done.

Prayer: Lord, I receive the patience and sensitivity to see what You have provided for me and I decide to always speak in the direction of Your doings in my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.