IT SHALL COME TO PASS : Streams of Joy daily devotional @jerrystreams.
IT SHALL COME TO PASS
“And it came to pass, that, as the people pressed upon him to hear the word of God…”
(Luke 5: 1)
That is the Focal Scripture of Streams of Joy Devotional today.
Our Focal Scripture began with “And it came to pass”. That phrase speaks of time. The time that came to pass revealed a multitude that pressed on Jesus; time revealed pressure that came to Jesus. Pressure often connotes negativity. So time seemed to reveal negativity; time revealed what wasn’t good.
The crowd that pressed on Jesus came to hear God’s word. The pressure may have seemed negative, but the people who came with it came for something positive. So time first revealed something that seemed negative, and in a matter of time, it also revealed something positive. Time revealed the pressure, time also sorted it out.
Friend, the same time that revealed the pressure you are facing right now will also sort it out. The same time that revealed negativity will also reveal positivity. Whatever negativity you see around you will fizzle out in a matter of time; those bitter tears you are crying will dry up in a matter of time; those disappointing tales in your life will soon give way to tales of joy and gladness. Lack will soon give way to abundance.
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You may not have received all you desire, your prayers may not yet be answered, your next level may not have manifested, your Exceeding Expansion may still seem impossible, but God says, it is a matter of time. Time will cause negativity to give way; time will cause positivity to manifest.
Be patient when time seems to give you more negatives than positives. Soon, the tables will turn; soon, God will cause a mighty change that will favour you; soon, your days of pain and shame will end. Soon, it shall come to pass.
Pray With Me: Lord, cause time to reveal positives in my life; every negativity shall pass away in a matter of time, in Jesus’ name!
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Your Time Will Bring Forth Positives.