MEDITATE ON HIS TRUTHS
But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the
glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory… (2 Corinthians 3:18).
Sometimes, it’s possible to look at yourself and not seem like what God says you are. Even in this season of celebration, especially after all that has happened this year, you may think through your life and wonder, “What’s really there to celebrate? Life has been so hard.” When you think or talk like that, you’re going in the wrong direction. Stop looking at circumstances; look at the Word.
Our theme verse says as you behold the glory of God in a mirror, which is the Word of God, you’re metamorphosed into the same image that you see in the Word. The more you look into (meditate) on God’s Word, the more you know who you are, see what you have, and your ability and glory in Christ Jesus. The circumstances of life are mere shadows; you don’t look at your shadow to determine who you are and what you look like; you look in the mirror.
The Bible says, “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Colossians 1:27). It makes no difference what your experiences have been; Christ is in you. That means there’s glory in your life! That’s what the mirror shows. This is what Christmas is about! Christmas means Christ has
taken up His abode in you; He’s the glory of your life. He came for you, to live in you and through you. Hallelujah! Accept this truth! Accept what God has said about you and made you, and meditate on that! Be bold to affirm, “Now that Christ lives in me, I’ll never fail; I’m forever victorious and I express the glory and righteousness of His glorious kingdom every day and everywhere.” Hallelujah!
Throughout this season, meditate on God’s truth; who you are, and
your inheritance in Him. You’re a success. You’re in prosperity, health,
peace, and safety. He’s given you an extraordinary life of ever-increasing progress and greatness. Believe this, speak and live accordingly.
Christ is in me; His life flows in every fibre of my being, every cell of
my blood, and every bone of my body! I’m what God says I am; I
have what He says I have and I can do what He says I can do. I continually fix my gaze on the Word, and every day, I’m metamorphosed into the same image that I see in the Word. The
Word is fully expressed in, and through me. I’m a success for Jesus! Praise God.
2 Corinthians 4:18; Jonah 2:8; Isaiah 26:3
1 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Revelation 19:1-10 & Zechariah 7-8
2 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Revelation 20:1-15 & Zechariah 9-10