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GOD WILL PERFECT WHAT HE STARTED

“Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ:” Philippians 1:6 (KJV)

 

You didn’t start your life. Your salvation was never your idea. And there is nothing the enemy throws against you that can stop what God has begun in you. Be confident of this very thing, that He has begun a good work in you. You are a good work in progress. And He says He will perform it until the day of the Lord. In other words, your end is glorious. Your end is colourful! Believe it! Never believe in what the enemy is saying or doing in your life. You are entering into a season of greatness. You are stepping into a season of divine intervention. You are stepping into a season of the manifestations of God’s grace in your life.

 

Be confident that if He started it in you, He will complete it. That is the promise that God has given to us. Every influence of the wicked is nullified in your life. God’s hand is mighty upon your life. Yes, the devil will come against you in diverse ways, but he can’t hinder the good work that God has begun in you. Don’t lose focus. God didn’t make any mistake. Regardless of the challenges confronting you, the hand of God is mightily upon your life.

 

“Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the LORD delivereth him out of them all.” Psalm 34:19 (KJV). This is the assurance we have in Him. He will deliver you from afflictions and frustrating encounters. Deliverance is coming to you.

 

You see, when you make up your mind to live your life for God, the devil will not play dead. There are things you will suffer in the flesh. But the good news is that God has already ambushed the devil ahead of time. The last laugh belongs to you. The devil does not have the last laugh.

 

Further Reading: Philippians 1:1-6

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- 1 Kings 21-22; Evening- Luke 23:26-56

 

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