Rhapsody Of Realities TeeVo Devotional February 22nd – You’re Now In The New Testament

(Give The Word And Make Your Life Glorious)

TO THE BIBLE: Galatians 4:1
“Now I say that the heir, as long as he is a child, does not differ at all from a slave, though he is master of all.”

“God is going to see me through; He’ll make a way for me where there’s no way,” Ralph repeated, with tears in his eyes, as a way to console himself after his wallet had been stolen. He wasn’t too sure of what to say and just mouthed off some words he’d heard some people say.

Stephanie, his sister, saw him sobbing and asked, “Why don’t you command that wallet to return to you in the Name of Jesus?” Ralph looked at Stephanie angrily and then continued to say, “God is going to see me through….”

These are some of the unscriptural statements you hear from some Christians from time to time, and they wonder why their situations remain unchanged.

You need to understand who you really are as a Christian; you’re one with God! As He is, so are you (1 John 4:17); the question now is “Who is He?” He’s the WAY! If He’s the way, which other way do you want Him to make? Understand this: nothing that you face is set to your disadvantage.

You can walk through any barrier or adverse circumstance in victory and great glory. That’s your inheritance as a child of God. Quit thinking, talking and living as though you’re in the Old Testament.

You don’t need a “breakthrough” from anything; you already “broke through” with Jesus when He rose triumphantly from the grave two thousand years ago. You were delivered (past tense) from the domain of darkness and translated into the Kingdom of God’s Love-son. You’re in the place of dominion, power and glory.

What becomes of your life is now entirely up to you. If you’re waiting on God to do anything about your life or give you anything, you may wait in vain. He already did and gave you all that you require for an excellent, glorious and triumphant life (2 Peter 1:3-4).

In Joshua 1:8, God didn’t say, “I’m going to make your way prosperous”; rather, He said, “YOU will make your own way prosperous.”

God’s responsibility is to give you the recipe for prosperity, success and the good life, and He already did that through His Word. Now, you’re to use the Word to make your life glorious.

Go Deeper
Hosea 4:6; Ephesians 4:11-14; Acts 20:32

I’ve got a consistent and instinctive desire for God’s Word. As I consciously imbibe the Word for my health, finances, business and every area of my life, I experience supernatural progress every day. By the Word, I make my way prosperous, effective and fruitful in the life of righteousness. Hallelujah!

Daily Bible Reading
Mark 5:21-43, Leviticus 22-23
Matthew 16:21-28, Exodus 3

Study and meditate on 2 Peter 1:3: “As His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and virtue.”

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