Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Doubt an assumption of delay

Halleluyah!
A very good morning to you in Jesus name. Amen. Every request or prayers we at all times make before Man and God requires us to wait for the fulfilment. Most times we don't want to wait because of our quick yearning for a responses. When we wait does not mean our prayers are delayed, unacceptable or of no meaning to God. Which most to lead to doubting on the God who use answer us before time.
Let learn from this Prophet who made his request or call it a complain to the Lord. He decided to wait to hear the Lord so as to know what next to do and relate to his people concerning the matter.
"I will climb my watchtower and wait to see what the Lord will tell me to say and what answer he will give to my complaint. 2 The Lord gave me this answer: “Write down clearly on tablets what I reveal to you, so that it can be read at a glance. 3 Put it in writing, because it is not yet time for it to come true. But the time is coming quickly, and what I show you will come true. It may seem slow in coming, but wait for it; it will certainly take place, and it will not be delayed.” Habakkuk 2:1-3 (GNT)

The Lord in His response to the Prophet said there is need for waiting for the appointed time. He never did said there is going to be a delay, all He said was wait and it will come.
We mostly see the waiting as a delay and as led us to doubt. The doubt then make us to see God as not faithful and incompetent to grant our request.
I decree this morning to you that every spirit of doubt in your life be sent away in Jesus name. Amen. God said though it may seems to you as slow, those not mean slow to God indeed. He said it will not delay says the Lord. It is an assurance and not a probability, He is a faithful God He will do all He jas said He will do in your life in Jesus gracious name. Amen.
Brethren do not assume the waiting on the Lord for a delay which could lead to your assumption on the incompetence of God and outright doubt in Jehovah. He is more than able to do even more than we request. Amen.
Happy midweek and a glorious good morning again. Amen.
Prophet Johnson Oluwagbenga Adeniyi

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