TODAY’S PROPHETIC NUMBERS
January 30, 2024 – 1/30/2024
30-Acts of Redemption and Accomplishing Priestly Service
1 Corinthians 1:30 (NKJV) –But of Him you are in Christ Jesus, who became for us wisdom from God—and righteousness and sanctification and redemption
A REDEMPTION OF HOPE
We are made righteous by faith, just like Abraham, whose faith in God was counted for righteousness. But we’ve got an upgrade because Jesus cemented the deal! We can put our hope in Him with the full expectation of seeing it come to fruition.
Redemption is the ultimate game-changer. Redemption is God’s plan for transforming all created things. Jesus brings Redemption when He’s invited into a place and changes everything. To be redeemed is to be forgiven, made holy, justified, free, adopted, and reconciled.
We have to make a big deal out of redemption! It’s the central theme of the entire Bible. The skies tell a prophetic story, declaring the Glory of God. It’s what Jesus Christ came to bring and who He became: REDEMPTION!
Through the transformational power of redemption, messed up minds become gifted for learning; shameful and pitiful people become honored and confident, and those who only knew the despair of a life without Jesus now know how to hope in the Lord. Changing ordinary healthy water into the best wine you’ve ever tasted is precisely what an act of redemption looks like. This, the very first miracle of the 37 biblically recorded miracles of King Jesus, shows us exactly what Jesus was supernaturally commissioned, or anointed, to bring into our lives.
He changed something ordinary into something extraordinary. He changed a place and time of sadness into a place and time of great joy. He changed the situation from not having nearly enough to having enough. He changed a shameful situation of lack and disappointment into a highly honorable situation of opulence and dreams coming true. Redemption changes everything.
Declaration: I will put my hope in the Lord and not be ashamed. Greater is He who is in me than he who is in the world. Though I am in the world, I will not be of the world – I am righteous in God by faith. In Jesus’ name, Amen!