Who speaks?

God speak to us right now as if we are already what is called us to be. Not where we are right now.

Hebrews 3:18 God’s invitation does not exclude anyone from possessing the promise of his 1rest; their unbelief does. Persuasion cannot be compromised by unbelief.

(Our believing a lie about ourselves cannot compromise what God knows to be true about us. Futile striving to become cannot match the bliss of discovering and celebrating who you already are by his design and redemption. 1His rest declares his perfect likeness revealed and redeemed in human form. [See Gen 1:26, 31, 2:1, 2]) 19 The point is

It doesn’t matter where you are, how bad it is or how good it is. One spoken word from the Lord can be life-changing. You could even be walking in major unbelief (as if there’s minor unbelief.) And spend some time with him and then Revelation comes.

Hebrews 3:19 God’s invitation does not exclude anyone from possessing the promise of his 1rest; their unbelief does. Persuasion cannot be compromised by unbelief.

(Our believing a lie about ourselves cannot compromise what God knows to be true about us. Futile striving to become cannot match the bliss of discovering and celebrating who you already are by his design and redemption. 1His rest declares his perfect likeness revealed and redeemed in human form. [See Gen 1:26, 31, 2:1, 2]) 19 The point is this: even though they survived by supernatural means in the wilderness for forty years, they failed to grasp what God had in mind for them. Their own unbelief disqualified them. (They did not die because of an inferior salvation from Egypt; Pharaoh was taken out of the equation. They died because of unbelief, they believed a lie about themselves! [Num 13:33, Josh 2:11] Don’t blame Pharaoh or the Devil for your own unbelief! You can experience God’s supernatural provision and protection and yet remain outside his rest. The ultimate proof of faith is not experience of the supernatural, but entering into his rest. His rest celebrates his perfect work; it finds its definition and reference in Genesis 1:31, 1 Kings 6:7 and Colossians 2:9, 10. He longs for you to discover your own completeness and perfection as seen from his point of view. His rest is sustained in you by what he sees, knows, and says about you in reference to the finished work of Christ. Jesus is what God believes about you.)

When was the last time you saw yourself the way God sees you?

When was the last time you entered into his rest?

When was the last time you allowed unbelief to dictate who you are?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s