The Word of God: Has a destination in mind – Part 4

When God spoke, He had an end in mind, hence scripture records “I know what I’m doing. I have it all planned out—plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you the future you hope for.” Read Jeremiah 29:11 (MSG).  Here is God saying; “as I spoke those words from my mouth, there was a specific outcome I had in mind, and that outcome was peace, joy and hope.” Consequently, we should be experiencing peace in a troubled society, joy un-unspeakable and full of glory including hope in the reality that “Christ in you, the hope of glory.” Read Colossians 1:27.

Hear me on this, the economies of this world does not determine our future, systems built by men (not gender specific) ought not to dictate the course of our lives, when in actual fact, the Lord God Almighty has already mapped out our destiny.

Think with me, before you set out on any journey, you will plot the journey either through using a map or a satellite navigation system. Sometimes, we take detours and go off course; but you notice that the programmed satellite navigation system is always trying to re-direct or correct our course till we get back on track; to me I see the word of God as a tracker or better still a compass, and eventually you hear these lovely sounding words “arriving at destination.”

A cruise liner and an aeroplane have their destinations set before departure; likewise the Word of God has set our destination before the foundations of the world; tap into the word, and let it chart your path till you reach your destination.

Enjoy the journey of life, the driver is honking His horn saying “all aboard,” get on board the word train.

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