Whose Report Will You Believe?
Sunday, January 31, 2021
Isaiah 53:1; I Timothy 1:18; Genesis 24; Romans 10:9
As we end our annual fast consider this one question: Whose report will you believe? How will you think and believe this year? Some report or prophecy bad days ahead. But the scriptures tell us that there is a second opinion that comes from God’s word and the Holy Spirit. Believe THAT report. This report says your best days are ahead. It is well. Don’t nurse bad reports. Listen for the voice of God and believe the RIGHT report.
Which report will you believe? Whose report will you believe? Have you lost your fight or are you willing to stir up the giftings God has placed in you and fight for His promises? Remember the things God spoke over you or told you about your future. If you can’t recall any, ask Him to remind you and then look in God’s word. Read the Psalms. Read the New Testament. Do not believe the bad report from the enemy or from the dream stealers that come in and out of your life.
Stir up your gifts and commit to taking hold of those promises. There are souls waiting to receive the giftings God has placed in you. Don’t wait any longer. There is a prophecy over your life---take hold of it. Believe the RIGHT report and go to faith---go to fighting. God’s hand is going to meet every need so don’t concern yourself with that. Concern yourself with God’s report on your circumstances and His call on your life and over the lives of your family and relationships. There are angels that go before you to protect you, guide you, and direct you. It’s YOUR business to do God’s business and it’s GOD’S business to take care of your business. Trust Him. Fight the good fight! Stir up the giftings He has placed in you. Don’t believe the bad reports of the enemy. Start believing the RIGHT reports and take action today..
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