31 August 2022: BECOMING FULLY PERSUADED – Romans 4: 21-22; 1 Thessalonians 5:23

You must become fully persuaded so as not to lose out in your walk with God. What does it mean to be fully persuaded? It means to bring your whole spirit, soul, and body into an agreement with God. It is total persuasion of your entire personality and make-up that God’s promise will come to pass, being fully persuaded in spirit, soul, and body that what He has promised, He is able to perform. Let your spirit, soul, and body come into agreement with God. Let your spirit accepts the word of God as final. Let your spirit accept the outcome as done already.

What God tells you or what His word reveals to you is what matters when it comes to becoming fully persuaded. When God told the children of Israel that He would bring them out of Egypt and bring them into the Promised Land, He didn’t tell them they were going to meet giants on the road. He did not tell them they were going to fight battles. Why? It is because those things could not stop them. I want you to take note of this: what God has not told you has no power to stop you. However, if the devil tells you and you agree with the devil, then you can stop yourself.

What God has not spoken to you doesn’t have the power to stop you from getting your miracle. Since God did not tell them about the enemies and the giants, that means the giants were irrelevant. God didn’t tell Abraham about his body. So, the body of Abraham had nothing to do with the fulfilment of the promise that God had given him.

PRAYER: Lord, help me to be fully persuaded of Your promise to me in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Job 37:1-39:30; 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:10; Psalm 44:9-26; Proverbs 22:13

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