[The Glory Unveiled]
So is My word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it. ( Isaiah 55 :11 )
If there is a word that comes close to describing the intents of God, it is intentionality. God does not do things haphazardly. Before any word came out of the mouth of God, it would have had a stamp of “fruitful end” in the mirror of God’s omniscience. God would have seen the end of that word before He spoke it, so that it will not return to Him void. He does not leave things to chance. The intentionality of God forbids Him from acting in a way that will be described as “trial and error”. But we may think that the word of God sometimes fail (tarry) because due to no fault of God, we may not experience the revealed word. So what could the reason be? Often, the single thing that stops the manifestation or fulfilment of God’s word in our lives is unbelief on our part. Faith is the legal tender with which we are able to purchase (capture into reality) spiritual experiences. So, anytime we fail to see spiritual truth expressed in our lives even after the word of God has been revealed to us, we must not doubt the verity of God’s word but the strength of our faith in translating that truth into a physical experience. The word of God is always true, but is our faith always firm in the word?
Prayer_Bead: Father of unfailing speakings, you don’t speak in vain. Every syllable is carried to the letter. Thank you for your words to me. Help me to believe.
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