13 April 2024: HOW TO BUILD A GOOD FAITH LIFE (4) – Psalms 23:1-6

Step 4 – Personalise the Promise

There is a link between your PERSUASION of the promise and PERSONALISING it!

If you are not convinced and persuaded enough, you will find it difficult to personalise it. Have you noticed that in the first few weeks or months of marriage, the woman still responds spontaneously to her maiden name (when someone calls her maiden name in a public place)? However, she may have to be called about two to three times before she responds to her new surname. However, after weeks (months or years for some), the reverse will be the case: she spontaneously responds to her new surname and needs to be reminded to respond when her maiden name is mentioned. This is the same with personalising the promise!

It is difficult not to notice how David personalised the Shepherd: “…the Lord is MY Shepherd!” David was so persuaded by the promise to the point that it became practically real to him. He could have been right if he said the Lord is OUR Shepherd, but because he had so much personalised the promise, it became his practical experience.

When the Lord visited Abraham and told him that Sarah was going to give him a son, she laughed. Do you know why? She had not yet personalised the promise. But when the Lord gave that word again, and she heard it, I am sure she was persuaded and personalised it from that point. Remember, personalise the promise, prophecy, and the covenant.

PRAYER: Dear Father, I believe your promises for me. I accept them. I am convinced they are mine, and I look forward earnestly to manifesting them in Jesus’ name.

Joshua 7:16-9:2, Luke 16:1-18, Psalm 82:1-8, Proverbs 13:2-3


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