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Jesus and the Spirit of Prophecy

Jesus and the Spirit of Prophecy

Before I begin I must repent before the Lord for not believing in His purpose for my life in troubled times. God proves to be the Promise Maker and Keeper. God did this for Jesus our fur runner and High Priest. Jesus said to us “as the Father as sent me so I send you.” John 20:21

Jesus’ life was based on prophesy,

“Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me,” Psalm 40:7

Almost every expect of Jesus’ life was found in the Old Testament form the details of His birth to His burial.

Reading scripture in memory of Him during Passover, Holy Spirit opened my eyes to see how the least of mans dealing the trial of Jesus synchronized with scripture as the divine plan unfolded. How many times Peter would demy Jesus to lots being cast for His clothes(Psalm 22:8).

As in onlooker unaware of scripture, events would seem normal, but God’s Sovereignty revealed itself in all things. Where was Satan in all this? Accomplishing evil while God works it out for His God. Satan would have to work contrary to His nature to defeat God. Killing Jesus provided Salvation for the whole world. Keeping Him alive would disannul the promise in Genesis 3:15 of “crushing the serpents head”. Jesus ascended to hell to take “the keys of hell and death” from Satan. Rev.1: 18 Hallelujah!!!

God our Father has a purpose in all things and purpose for all His creation. Scripture encourages us to “…work out your own salvation with fear and trembling,” Philippians 2:12. There comes a moment of advancement in the child of God’s life when we need to know which decision to make. Not only that God the Holy Spirit has promised many of his children my gifts and callings and the word tells us” for the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable.” Romans 11: 29. This means God doesn’t change His mind when it comes to giving gifts his children.

We have the opportunity to read about Joseph and Joshua even David their call to greatness. And I’m using Jesus as the ultimate example. There are so many struggles and trials in life the question stands; will God’s prophesies over our lives as His children come through? Yes. God is the Promise Maker and Keeper.

I repented because unbelief almost killed me, but God’s promise kept me alive. I will see the promise. The obstacles we see are our inadequacies. Gideon and Moses saw their inadequacies, however they moved forward in faith, because God is Boss. Wow I fear, because I’ve listened to messages about trusting a big God.

I’m not quite done. “God works in us to do His Good pleasure” Philippians 2:13 there is a work God is doing all His children. Why would God stop working in you and me? Faith comes from the word. Everything went south. Paul says all things work together for good. If Paul had known we would be reading his letters as scripture who knew what he would do differently. He would probably say “lock me up some more don’t let me out of prison I have another lesson to write for centuries to come.”

Paul wrote us words he lived. As he looks from heaven; Its wow that’s why I was locked up so much, so the gentiles across the world have it read I thought I was only writing to Corinth.

Therefore the prophecies over our lives are AMEN. They are many teachings on dreams dying and unfulfilled words. That is not for you as God’s child. Because I’m here to encourage you take your eyes of you place it on God. You will complete the prophecy with your eyes on Him alone.

Jesus’ last words was to His Father, who He could see no more as He died for our sins. My God my God why have you forsaken me. His eyes where on him till He saw Him no more.

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