Every Word God has spoken is true and will come to pass just as He promised. But the Word of the Lord endureth for ever….(1 Peter 1:25). Jesus said. Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away (Matthew 24:35). God’s Word cannot fail.
“So I have come down to rescue them…and to bring them up out of the land into a good and spacious land” Exodus 3:8.
Notice that God did not say He would bring His people into a small land; a little place, tight or crowded. No, receive this into your spirit: Just as God brought the children of Israel into a good and spacious land, so He will do the same for you.
We all have times when our plans don’t work out. We get delayed, interrupted and inconvenienced. It’s easy to get frustrated and fight against everything that doesn’t go our way. But not every interruption is bad. Every closed door doesn’t mean you’re doing wrong. Every delay doesn’t mean you’re not where you’re supposed to be. God sees the big picture for your life. God knows where every road is leading. He knows the dead ends and shortcuts. A big part of faith is trusting God when you don’t understand why things happen the way they do.
God may close a door because you’re believing too small. If He opened the door, it would limit what He wants to do in your life. An interruption may come because it’s not the right time, or there are other people involved and they’re not ready yet. Sometimes God will allow us to be inconvenienced so we can help someone else in need. We have to be willing to press through difficulty so we can be at the right place at the right time. The next time you’re interrupted, delayed or inconvenienced, don’t start thinking, ‘This is a pain. This is getting me off schedule.’ No, get a new perspective. Look for what God wants to do because it could be divine interruption or divine protection. Trust Him today because He is directing your steps.
The year has almost ended but remember your vision and heart desires still remains in the hands of the Almighty God. He will do as promised. Start believing and continue to expect from Him.
Remember: He has made all things well.