DATE: Thursday, January 7 2016


Bible Reading:

“. . . for I have created him for my glory, I have formed him; yea, I have made him.”

Isaiah 43:7b (KJV)

Beloved, one thing you must settle in your heart is that you are called for glory, not shame or disgrace. No matter what the devil is throwing at you, tell yourself constantly that you are called for glory.

I am fully aware of the negative news all over the media today. It is so bad that there is scarcely any broadcasting station that is not filled with bad news. News about disasters happening all over the world literally fills the airwaves. There is absolutely nowhere to turn to for comforting news other than the word of God, and I have come with that word to declare to you that you are called for glory. Only good is permitted to happen to you this year. The devil cannot control your day or talk less of your weeks, months, or year unless you surrender to him.

When God called you, He knew that everything that is happening now would occur. Our God does not react; He acts. He acts and His actions are based on His word. No matter how good something looks, if it is not validated in the word of God, then run from it. Don’t fall for any suggestions of the devil that look right. Stand firmly on the word of God knowing that you are already called for glory.

Beloved, you don’t need to try to look like it; it is already yours. Can you imagine the child of a president saying, “I am trying to be like a president’s child”? You cannot resemble who you already are. You are royalty, so simply walk in that revelation and everything will fall in place for you. You are not trying to be called or working to earn the right to be called for glory. No, the moment you accepted Jesus into your life, you signed a pact with Him and you were immediately called for glory. It may not look like it now, but hang in there. Things will turn around for your good because the scriptures cannot be broken.

Further reading: 

Isaiah 43:1-12

Daily Bible reading:

Morning- Genesis 18-19,

Evening-Matthew 6:1-18


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