TODAY’S PROPHETIC THOUGHT
Partner with Me this day. Align your heart and your mind with the purposes I have for you. Follow Me and watch Me do great and mighty things you could never imagine.
Trust is a big deal to God. The Jews know that because one of their repentance prayers during Rosh Hashanah is “forgive us for breach of trust.” Breach means “broken” or “failure” and it’s a serious offense.
You need to know Proverbs 3 and you need to meditate and pray about it. You need to have encounters with God and visit with Him through every single line, especially this one.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart; and lean not unto your own understanding.” – Proverbs 3:5
This verse is crazy because this isn’t how the world lives. We are called to live by faith; not according to our understanding. Our understanding is only according to our history. Trusting is knowing what God Almighty is doing within your heart is considered your destiny.
Consider Abraham, a rock star of faith. He did not lean on his own understanding even though his body and Sarah, his wife, were well past the years of childbearing. But God promised Abraham a son through whom all the nations for the world would be blessed. Abraham had to have a lot of trust.
“He did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthen in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully convinced that what He had promised He was also able to perform.” – Romans 4:20-21
God has a destiny for each one of us. We need to find it and walk it out because legacy is the upgrade of destiny. King Jesus wants you to find your destiny so the legacy you leave will not be greatly diminished.
It’s not about you. It’s about how you glorify the Lord. You’re supposed to be a fountain, right? You’re supposed to be a well springing up. It’s all about how you splash the Kingdom onto everything else.
We will all leave a legacy and hopefully one built of faith. A trust in God and in His word that says, “I know Him.” A faith like Abraham’s that glorifies God with all our heart. Faith that trusts in the goodness of God above everything else – a faith that has encountered God.
FROM MY SERMON SERIES SERVOLUTION