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The discovery and pursuit of divine purpose qualifies you for the help of God at every point in time. When you discover your divine purpose and start running with it, God’s commitment is guaranteed. 

The Amplified Bible has Psalm 91:11 this way “For He will give His angels [a special] charge over you to accompany and defend and preserve you in all your ways [of obedience and service].” When you are obedient to the dictates of your purpose in God, know that specially designated angels are on hand to defend and preserve you.

In Esther 4:14-16, we read that Esther broke the law of the land  because it was not yet her turn to see the king, but God overruled the consequences because Esther was walking in the purpose of God for her life. In her purpose, God used Esther to overrule the evil intent of Haman. That law was not supposed to be changed but by God’s commitment and favour to an Esther walking in her purpose, the King waived the law.

There are some general blessings that every Born-again Christian qualifies for but if and only if you pursue your purpose will you walk in the realms of incredible divine commitment. How else can you explain Daniel in the Lion’s Den? Or Moses walking on dry land with the whole nation of Isreal and the nation of Egypt perished behind them in the sea? Proffer explanations for Haman’s death on the same gallows on which he planned to execute Mordecai.

God is not committed to your needs as much as He is committed to your purpose. In fact, the purpose of God is greater than your prayers. Instead of travelling from pillar to post looking for someone to pray for you, why don’t you set the rest of this year to walk in the accuracy of your destiny. Apostle Paul said, “Wherefore, O King Agrippa, I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision!” Psalm 91:11 is only guaranteed when you are in obedience to the divine purpose of God but for every Jonah that chooses to disobey, there are whales in the river of life ready to swallow them.  

Prayer:  Father, I ask that you deliver me from every act of disobedience. I pledge to do your will and walk in obedience to your divine purpose in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Bible in a year: Isaiah 12:1-14:32, 2 Corinthians 13:1-14, Psalm 57:1-11, Proverbs 23:9-11