Daily Devotional 31st January 2021: Go Foward

“And the Lord said unto Moses, Wherefore criest thou unto me? speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward:” Exodus 14:15 KJV

Today, I want to charge you to go forward so that you can access all that God has for you. Never allow whatever problem you are confronted with to stop you from moving on. In order to get God’s best for you in this season, your perspective must change. Understand that as painful, destructive, uncomfortable, confusing, and discouraging as problems are, they also create opportunities. At the other side of every problem, there is an opportunity. However, you can only maximize that opportunity when it has been rightly discerned. So, what is your perspective? Do you see problems or opportunities? Whatever it is that you see will determine whether you come out victorious like God has promised, or as a victim of your circumstance.

God is not restricted! He is doing great and mighty things even now. His plans for your life were never dependent on the current realities in our world today. So, don’t base your life on them. You are a citizen of Heaven and you function based on Heaven’s economy. New dreams, ideas, concepts and innovations are being released at this time, and it will be a shame if you fail to take your own portion. If you are one of those that have been living in the fear of tomorrow and the uncertainties that lie ahead, let me announce to you that God has already gone ahead of you to clear and pave the road

Child of God, don’t be afraid. Your future is guaranteed in Christ and I can tell you without any shadow of a doubt that it is glorious. Therefore, see this season as one of the great opportunities! It is an opportunity to sharpen your sword because there is a great harvest right ahead of you. Don’t get stuck in the past or doing things the way you used to do them. Think and re-imagine new thoughts and processes because new things are unfolding on a daily basis. May God open your eyes to proffer solutions to problems.

Further Reading: Isaiah 45:1-6
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Exodus 25-26 / Evening- Matthew 20:17-34

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