Life Is Not Always Fair, But God Is Always Faithful

Text for Today: Heb. 10:19-25 “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful.”(vs.23)

You can trust God with tomorrow because He was faithful yesterday. God’s faithfulness means that He will always do what He has said and fulfill what He has promised.

When others present to you a thousand reasons to doubt God, give them a single reason why His is faithful to His word and how He has a proven record of faithfulness to those who commit their lives to Him. Hope comes not by looking at our own circumstances, but by reviewing God’s track record of faithfulness.

If every believer will hold on to the latter part of our main text for today which says, “He who promised is faithful”, then the issue of worry, fear, backsliding, discouragement and many more will be far from our lives. Beloved, you need to settle this in your heart permanently that “God is not a man that He should lie”.

Men may not care about faithfulness but God does. Men may deny what they said openly before many people, but God firmly hold on to His word.  In any area of your life that you are experiencing one form of delay or the other as regards the fulfillment of divine promises, I charge you to keep faith with God, because He who promised is faithful.

A song says, “God is not a man, His words will surely come to pass; He will never, never lie/2x.” I know it becomes more challenging at times when those you graduated together already have their jobs and are raising their families while you still engage in writing applications here and there.

I decree into your life that, every root of delay is hereby uprooted in the name of Jesus.

You are a Champion!

Further Study: 1 Sam. 1:1-20.

Covenant Prayers                        

  • Father, grant me grace to always hold on to your word.
  • Every root of delay in my life is uprooted in Jesus’ name.
  • I command whatever is fueling delay in my life to dry up.
  • I won’t miss my God-ordained blessing because of impatience.


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