Feed on God’s Word” Your Abba Father loves you so much, He has done everything necessary for you to live the good life — the GRACE Life. In John 3:16, we understand God sent His Son Jesus, who knew no sin, who did no sin and who died on the cross, in our place, taking upon Himself God’s wrath and indignation as well as the curse, condemnation and consequences of sin. God loves us; this we know, for the bible tells us so! As we feed and feast on God’s Word, day and night on a daily basis, we will see manifestation and breakthroughs in our lives.
God is Just Good. Many people have a wrong opinion of God. They think He is mad at them, disappointed in them or just plain mean. God is just good, and He is good all the time. Everything He does is good and works for our good. When we really see how good God is, it leads us to repent, for we realize God is with us, for us and on our side. He wants only what is best for us. Life can be hard, but God is good! By His grace, we experience all types of people and situations in life, but we are not to despair because God (Jesus and what He accomplished on the cross) is greater than anything we will ever face in life. Jesus says in Matthew 11:28, “Come unto me all you who labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.”
God is Just One Way -- LOVE! In Matthew 3:17, God says about Jesus, ”This is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased.” Because of Jesus, God is well pleased with you no matter what you have or have not done. God does not change His love for you even when you fail or come up short. He already knows your weaknesses; He just wants you to focus on your relationship with Jesus, who came that you might have life and life more abundantly (John 10:10). When we know that God loves us, we will reign in life as sons of God. Romans 6:14 says, “For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under the law, but under grace.” Pastor Hill encourages us to say out loud every day, “I am God’s beloved son.” On the cross Jesus said, “My God, My God, why has thou forsaken me” (Matthew 27:46), so that you can say, “My Father, my father, why has thou so blessed me.”
Come to the Table and Eat. God has prepared a table (His Word) before us, and it’s time to eat. His Word lights our path, gives us wisdom, leads us and guides us. It also energizes, analyzes and sifts situations for us and more. Jesus preached the Word, people heard the Word and then they received their healing. It is after you hear the Word that you get your healing, your breakthrough, your manifestation or your deliverance. The power lies not in what you can do -- as wonderful as that may be – the power is in feasting and meditating in the Word, day and night, hearing, believing and speaking God’s Word over our lives. The more Word we eat, the better things will be in our lives!
Think It, Believe It, Say It, Possess It!: Thank You Abba Father for sending Your Word (Jesus) and for healing and delivering us from all our destructions (Psalm 107:20). Your goodness and Your love for us is amazing. As we feast on Your Word, we know revelation knowledge, blessings and breakthroughs will manifest in our lives, in Jesus’ name. Amen.