The Apostle Paul reminds us in the New Testament of Philippians 1:6 (AMP)
And I am convinced and sure of this very thing, that He Who begun a good work in you will continue until the day of Jesus Christ [right up to the time of of His return], developing [that good work] and perfecting and bringing it to full completion in you.
I love the amplified version on this scripture. Faith mixed with works is powerful. Whatever God has willed in our lives [commissioned, appointed, and justified], He will see it through. Where there is a vision, there is provision. This is why we must acknowledge Him in all of our ways and He will direct our path. And when God is in the deal, transaction, move–He is actively involved; there is no slackness in Him.
One of the greatest fears, is not being able see how all the pieces will come together. You cannot worry about who is not with you, where the money is coming from, or the credentials you don’t have. Stand in the certitude of His promise. I have even known God to change, policies, and codes just me. The trying of your faith works patience in you–this is experience in God.
Moreover, He works a good work in us by molding us and perfecting that which concerns us. He has already established us, however, we must experience the seed process. This is the process of stripping us of every hinderance and replanting righteousness. And because we are a secrete to the unbeliever, until the appointed time, they underestimate our glory and destiny. But God gives angles charge over us, and they keep us in all of our ways (Psalms 91). How powerful is that. These angles are released to work on our behalf. Although God doesn’t need any help, He has a backup team and He has granted us favorable.
Isn’t it amazing, that God always finishes what He starts, including His work in you. Our inheritance as believers can only be received fully by taking a stand on what God has said in the face of contradicting circumstances. The stance of faith eliminates all trepidation and worry and brings the freedom to rejoice evermore. True faith never says, “I cannot!” Such an utterance betrays unbelief.
Stand in hellacious faith – by your experience, someone needs to know that God’s Word still stands.
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