What will you write on your page today?
My heart is inditing a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made touching the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready writer. (Ps 45:1)
Greetings. Last time, we were talking about our book of destiny. Today, we are going to talk about our other book. Did you know that when we face the Lord, he is going to open the books concerning our life? (1) Apart from the other books (Life and destiny), there are more books that God has ready to be opened. How many? It’s anyone’s guess, but the book we are going to talk about is the book of remembrance.
Then they that feared the Lord spake often one to another: and the Lord hearkened, and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the Lord, and that thought upon his name. (Mal 3:16)
Will your book be one of remembrance to the Lord? Your tongue has the power of life and death. You will have what you say. Words are very, very important. When you start your morning in prayer, a good rule of thumb is to prophesy over your day. We, all, face challenges in life. We are in a battle and it’s real. The good news is that for every battle that we win, there are great spoils.
Having this thought in mind, we should welcome these challenges. Caleb is one of my favorite characters. He said give me this mountain. (2) If we knew what was at the other side of the mountain, we would welcome any challenge. Are you facing mountains of sickness, difficulties on the job or marriage problems? Speak to that mountain. Your mountain needs to hear your voice.
Then, after you speak to your problems and circumstances, start praising God. Rejoice and leap up for joy. Prophesy unto that mountain and watch it move. It may take a while, but if you are patient and don’t let go, you will see your victory manifested. Get into the habit of speaking God’s promises over your life. Your book will become a best seller in God’s library. God bless.
Bible verses courtesy of www.biblegateway.com
(1) Rev 20:12
(2) Joshua 14:12-13