Wednesday, December 22, 2010

It Keeps Producing Until Told Otherwise

Gen 1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.

Have you ever gone outside and the sun wasn’t shining? Do you recall a time when at sunrise, you couldn’t see the sun creeping the horizon? Nope. Ever since God said let there be light and said it was good, the sun hasn’t stopped producing. As a matter of fact, it hasn’t stopped producing light since it received instructions the first time.
Have you ever thought about the phrase, “the sky is falling.” It is simply a euphemism because since God separated the firmament above form the firmament beneath, the sky hasn’t moved. Likewise, when God told Abraham his seed would be blessed and increase exceedingly, even in slavery in Egypt that word kept producing. The bible says they lived in Egypt and grew exceedingly. When God gives a word, it keeps producing until told otherwise.

In Isaiah, God said, “so shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper (progress, succeed), [in the thing] whereto I sent it.” That means that whatever God said about a thing, a person, position, or situation, that word will succeed to what is assigned to. God called the children of Israel blessed. So in Numbers 22:12 when Balaam was hired to curse the Children of Israel. God told him he could not because He said they were blessed. When God showed Joseph what he said about his brothers serving him, through slavery, false imprisonment, distance, and deceit, what God said still came to pass. Joseph’s brothers bowed to him and begin to serve him. When the Centurion sought Jesus about his sick servant, the Centurion told Jesus to speak the word. Why? Because the Centurion understood authority and the power of Jesus and His word. In that same hour that Jesus spoke and the Centurion believed, the servant was healed. It accomplished what it was sent to do.

I want to encourage you that if you have received a word directly, or you believe the words already spoken, believe it because it will come to pass. It will accomplish what it was sent to do. No matter the trial, test, setback, set off, distraction, plot, plan, ploy, trick, mess up, mistake, or work….. though it tarries, wait for it, for it will surely come to pass (Habakkuk 2:3). When God speaks everyone in the cosmos hears it. And if they are wise enough to adhere to it, then so should you.

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