No matter where you are today and what you may be going through, your present circumstances do not dictate your future outcome. God's plan for your life is never "thrown off" by a negative situation. While certain things may surprise you, catch you off guard, or throw you for a loop, God is always in control. He's omniscient and omnipotent--so why would you allow the enemy to depress you about what's currently wrong? God already knew you would be here even before you got here. Furthermore, He already had the date planned for your deliverance well in advance of the trial.
So don't let the enemy get you all worried and frenzied.
Don't concentrate on your right now; after all, it doesn't change the course of your destiny. As long as you remain steadfast in faith, while remaining rooted and grounded in God, He'll bring you into your land of promise. Remember what I told you in yesterday's post? Satan will do all he can to divert your attention away from the good things God has done... is doing... and will do. In-so-doing, if you allow him to, he'll cause you to feel doubtful, apprehensive, and discouraged about the prospects of your future.
Those diversionary tactics will prohibit you from seeing your future through the eyes of faith.
But I'm praying for you today, that God will fortify your spirit as you go through. I'm petitioning God on your behalf for peace to flow and for His sweet presence to meet you at your point of need. May the anointing of God rest upon you now so you don't get bent out of shape when the stormy winds blow. May He endow you with strength so your adversary won't get the victory over you this time!
I just believe that through this post, God is letting you know that everything is gonna be all right. Your present condition--although it might look pretty bad -- in no way reflects the awesome things He has in store for you. But you've got to see beyond where you are before you can triumph over the adversary.
Listen, if your spiritual vision doesn't match what you see with your natural vision, no worries. That just means you're walking by faith and not by sight. (2 Corinthians 5:7)
Keep on trusting and moving forward; I assure you that you'll end up right where God wants you to be. Walking in your divine destiny!
As always, thanks for reading, and until next time... may you be empowered to prosper!