People who reserve their confidence in God will not be put to shame. They will triumph over difficult situations to possess their possessions.
The scripture stated,
“But in Mount Zion shall be deliverance, and it shall be holiness; and the house of Jacob shall possess their possessions” (Obadiah 1:17 JUB).
Lesson on Confidence in God
Deliverance, safety, and prosperity are bound to follow people that faithfully serve God. Some challenges may rise again them, but they shall ultimately prevail.
Believers must retain their confidence in God since they have his guaranteed promise of victory.
No matter how tough a situation may appear, God will cover his people under his blanket of protection and provision.
He will help them smile over their crises. He will pay their bills and comfort them in all situations.
Jehovah will ensure that his children always have reasons to glorify his name.
It makes sense for anyone to establish definite relationship with God, since there is nothing good to lose in the process.
A person who fails to establish a consistent relationship with God have tendency to lose a lot of benefits!
God’s deliverance, safety, and prosperity may not be steadily available for people who keep distant relationship with him.
Prayer of Grace to Have Steady Confidence in God
Dear God, I do not want to fool myself by assuming that it is not necessary to have definite relationship with you!
I need you; I need your deliverance, protection, and provisions!
Therefore, I am ready to give all it takes to have you in my life as my personal Lord and Savior.
I declare today that I yield my total life to you. I confess your Son Jesus Christ as my Lord, and I accept him as my personal Savior.
From now on, I will faithfully serve you, and I will do this for the rest of my life!
For in the name of Jesus Christ I prayed. Amen.
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