Every day, we are called to examine ourselves in the light of the truth of the gospel of the kingdom that we have accepted, and that we are becoming more like christ through the transforming power of the word of God. The priority of so many in the church has continued to contradict the essence of their redemption and calling to follow christ. The essence of redemption is to be transformed into the image and likeness of Jesus christ.
There’s no mistake in the Lord, nor in his calling upon your life, or in your follower-ship of his divine purpose.
We only find ourselves in a difficult position when we build our dream and expectation on a false sense of spiritual purpose that is not resonating, nor consistent with the fathers unfolding eternal, progressive objective for us.
We don’t own ourselves nor out future. Hence, we cannot dictate, or sway the prophetic program and events designed to shape and determine the ultimate manifestation of the assignment of our representation.
For in Christ we aught to live, move and have our entire being. This is the way of true spiritual knowledge and fulfillment.