Walking Through In God's Purposes

Posted by Karen Fletcher on 3/28/2020

WALKING THROUGH IN GOD'S PURPOSES


His mind is made up.  By the time He started talking to us the door of prophetic destiny was opened.  He already knows what His is going to do. He already has been talking to us. By the time the vision came to us the heavenly blueprint had been drawn up, signed, and sealed.  God sees the big picture. We tend to only see now and the difficulty. It is our choice to walk into the prophetic destiny or miss out.


The only way of reaching prophetic destination is by faith.  Many times when we gain the knowledge of where God wants us to go and we run after it.  Meanwhile He is still back at the beginning saying, “I haven't began yet”. Many times our willpower to do what we make up our minds we are to do will get in the way.  The only way we can reach the destiny is by faith. Step by step as He leads.


This does not mean we sit until He tells us to move.  He already did this in His word when He gave the great commission.  It is difficult to steer a car when it is parked. Active moving in a direction will get you moving in the right direction.  Holy Spirit is a great guide and very faithful.


God's way are high above our ways.  So many times what He does just doesn't compute in our minds.  Look at Moses and the Red Sea, Noah and the Ark, David and the sling shot.  


Jesus walked among the people teaching in parables.  The Pharisees were in the temple going through rituals.  Where are we today? Are we among the lost or in the “temple” doing rituals?


Again, we see the now the today.  God sees all eternity. In Hebrews 12 is says “wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us.  


We are the people of today.  Many have come before us and many will after us.  Each a vital part of God's magnificent plan.  


God chooses ordinary people who are willing to say “yes, Lord”. He will stretch them to fit into places where the fearful and unbelieving would never go, into the supernatural realm of walking in faith.


Zechariah 4:6 says, “Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of host.”  


Grab hold. Rise up in the power of God.  In faith we can move mountains, mountains of disbelief, mountains of despair, mountains of bondage, mountains of illness, mountains of great awakening to our nation.  Stretch beyond the boundary of human might, power and strength in the power, might and strength of walking in His Spirit and Strength.