TRUST AND ACT ON HIS WORD
According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain
unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us
to glory and virtue
(2 Peter 1:3).
In 1 Corinthians 3:21, the Apostle Paul, by the Spirit, corroborates our underlined portion of the verse above; it says, “…all things are yours.”
That’s because all things are in Christ, and Christ is in you. Therefore, things present and things to come are all yours! His divine power—not your own ability or human wisdom—has given unto you ALL things that
pertain to life and godliness. This means you’re not supposed to ever be in lack or want.
Read our theme verse again: “According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness….” When God says He’s done something, you believe and act accordingly. For instance, you probably have some money in the bank; when you made the deposit, they probably sent you a confirmatory message that XYZ amount of money had been credited to your account, and you
believed it. When you needed to spend it, you didn’t “try” to claim it; you just knew the money was yours and accessible to you.
Did you know that God’s Word to you is the confirmatory message that you have what He says you have, and are who He says you are, and can do what He says you can do? Trust and act on His Word; you’d be amazed at the quality of life you’d live. His Word is absolutely dependable! Let your confidence in life—your guarantee that you’ll forever be a victor and a success—be on the basis of your faith in the Word.
If, today, you seem to be struggling through life, living as a victim, it’s most likely because you haven’t believed the Word enough. Rather than blame circumstances, the government or other people for
your situation, consciously and consistently walk in the light of God’s Word. There’s nothing you could ever need or desire for a godly life that’s not already yours in Christ. The question is, do you know this? If you do, then you have before you a life of endless possibilities:
nothing shall be impossible unto you (Mark 9:23). Put the Word to work in your life, and you’ll always be victorious.
Dear Father, thank you for giving me everything I require to live victoriously and be a success in life. You’ve called me to glory and virtue, and given me a life of praise, glory and thanksgiving. Thank you for being so gracious and kind, and for your Word that prevails in and through me always, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
2 Corinthians 1:20 NLT; James 1:22-25
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Titus 1-2 & Jeremiah 29-30
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: John 8:22-32 & 2 Kings 21-22