When people have a wilderness mentality, they are always talking negative and tell everyone how bad their life is. But when you have a Promised Land mentality, you tell everyone that it won’t be long and He will bring you out. This is my year.
You know its a new season when your provision changes. You know it’s a new season when your surroundings no longer satisfy. Change is coming
You may be in the desert today, but you need to walk that thing out. You may feel like you’re all alone in the wilderness, but keep on walking and eventually you’ll walk into your Promised Land. If you will walk it out, He will work it out.
Joseph was faithful and God promoted him to run Potiphar’s house. He was faithful in prison and God promoted him to run the prison. He was faithful in prison and God promoted him to be the second in command of Egypt. God promotes faithful people.
When the children of God came out of Egypt God said, “I’m giving you another chance.” This is a word for somebody. You are reading this because He is giving you another chance. Forget the past and reach for a new beginning.
Elijah was in a drought but he heard the sound of abundance of rain. He couldn’t see it but he heard it. I can hear the sound of abundance in my finances, my health and my family. I can’t see it but I hear it coming.
You can get your past behind you. Maybe you did fail. That was then and this is now. Learn from your mistakes and move on. His mercy is greater than all your past. His goodness and mercy are following you all the days of your life.
Peter denied that he knew the Lord. In spite of his failures he matured and God used him in a great way. You may feel like a failure and think that God could never use you. But God raised Peter up and He will raise you up. You are weak but He is strong.
Jesus told the crippled man to pick up his bed and walk. He told the woman who was bent over to stand up. He told Peter to get out of the boat and walk on the water. God is calling you to do impossible things. You can do all things through Christ.
Behind closed doors we all have private struggles. Moses wrote the first 5 books of our Bible. But he was a murderer and a stutterer. He took his brother Aaron with him wherever he went in order to speak for him. Behind closed doors we all struggle.