“According to Scripture, Jesus announced in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:6 NKJV), that “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled.” What is righteousness we may ask? The dictionary explains it to be: uprightness; integrity; honesty; trustworthy. These are all qualities of honour that Jesus upheld in His daily walk when He lived among His creation over 2,000 years ago. His life displayed the epitome of the miraculous life we should follow, as we strive for the life He has purposed for us to walk in His ways, and to adapt our lives to honour and obey Him by keeping ourselves pure and true to Him alone, by obeying the Ten Commandments which epitomise His standards, then watch the miracles each day in your life to come to fruition constantly as we follow in His footsteps the impossible becomes possible.
I have seen much in my life, and it never ceases to amaze me how God is never late, but always on time and when we least expect it, my prayer requests are answered, and before me for all to see.
Don’t give up! For God is faithful and just and does not forget us, He is always at work to make that impossibility happen. I fervently implore you to never give in to the world’s standards which are “now” orientated, and if it isn’t now, then all hope is lost for it to become possible to receive what you have been waiting for.
Let’s look at Jesus’ life – He was born of the virgin Mary, became man, and at the age of thirty He began His ministry which culminated at the cross, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16).
This is the evidence we all need to see how even Jesus had to wait in hope for the time God the Father initiated for the miracles to flow out to Him and through Him to teach, heal, and forgive the sins of those who approached Him in faith, and raising the dead to life anew. This shows us that God is and God will provide, and He is never late, but perfectly in time.
Jesus obeyed the Father to the end of His life on the cross at Calvary, when He said those miraculous words over you and me, “Forgive them Father! They don’t know what they are doing.” (Luke 23:34 GNT). This signifies Jesus’ miracle of forgiveness for all our sins when we ask and repent, for it is through repentance that our faith is upheld to all the promises of God that we will have what we ask for in the name of Jesus our requests will always be answered in His time, which is always the right time, and when it happens miracles take place, that just like Jesus rose from the dead on the third day, we too can rise up and take hold of the life free from all expectations lost but to rejoice in the finished work of Christ at the cross at Calvary, “for it is He who is the “Yes” to all of God’s promises.” (2 Corinthians 1:20 GNT), you can be sure of that!
Here is a short prayer for whatever your petition of prayer, be -
*”Lord Jesus, I thank you for dying on the cross at Calvary to forgive my sins. I now lay at the foot of your cross any sins which could be hindering the resolution and completion for my prayer requests to be possible. Jesus I now draw your bloodline over them all, and I give you thanks and rejoice in seeing your possibilities to all the impossibilities in my life, for God is and God will provide! Amen!”