For we which have believed do enter
into rest, as he said, As I have sworn in
my wrath, if they shall enter into my rest:
although the works were finished from the
foundation of the world (Hebrews 4:3).
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Are you aware that in Christ, God has done all
that He’s ever meant to do for you? What’s
left is for you to discover these things and walk in the
light of them. We may say to someone, “God is going
to heal you today,” or “The Lord will do a new thing
in your life”; that’s for the spiritual babe in Christ.
God, in essence, isn’t going to “heal you today”
or do anything for you today, because He’s already
done everything for you in Christ Jesus. He healed you
on the Cross. You might say, “But yesterday, I felt a
sharp pain in my chest; I prayed and God healed me.”
He didn’t heal you yesterday. You only appropriated
yesterday, what He already did for you in Christ over
two thousand years ago. You tapped into something
He already did.
God’s not working on your case in heaven; He’s
sitting, waiting till His enemies become His footstool.
That’s what the Bible says: He finished all the work,
and today, He’s at rest. What did Jesus say on the
cross, before His death? “It is finished” (John 19:30)!
He accomplished everything necessary to bring you
out of any and every predicament, and catapulted you
into the life of glory. He’s done all that was needed to
put an end to suffering for all of humanity.
No matter what you may be going through right
now, Jesus has settled it all for you. Stop praying and
expecting God to “do something” and bring about the
changes you desire; the power for change is within
you. The Lord Jesus said in Matthew 17:20, “…If ye
have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say
unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place;
and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible
Thus, with the Word of God on your lips and the
power of the Holy Spirit, there’s nothing you can’t
handle in this world.
Your Word, blessed Lord, is a lamp to my feet and a
light to my path. I walk conscious of the truth that
all things are mine, and nothing is impossible unto
me. How glorious to know I have a loving Father who
has granted me all that I need for life and godliness.
Psalm 119:130; Psalm 23:1-3; 1 Peter 1:9-11