“…because this widow troubles me I will avenge her, lest by her continual coming she weary me…” Luke 18:4 (NKJV)

         Now, when the issue of insisting on getting your miracle is talked about, the question of how long should I wait for the miracle, arises. But the truth is that, it is not about how long you wait but how convinced you are in getting what you are believing for. It is possible to wait for days or months or even years, but the question is, during your wait, do you do so convincingly? Or you just wait for waiting sake? This is one area you need to work on because what crowns your waiting is your conviction. If you are not convinced of what you are waiting for, it could become a problem in the end because the wait could be futile. Therefore, if it important that as you insist on getting your miracle, you do so with conviction. Paul the Apostle said, “…being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun the good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ…” Philippians 1:6 (NKJV). So as you insist on getting your miracle, do so with conviction knowing that God is a rewarder of they that diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11:6).

I know that sometimes the wait can be very long and you might be under a lot of pressure, but be composed enough to hold on, so that you can prevail.  You must understand that there are certain things that them a process. It will not just happen like that, you will have to wait not because God doesn’t care about you but because you need time to grow into a place of maturity where you will be able to handle what God wants to give to you. For example, Joseph was in prison for quite some time, he went through a lot but that was to bring him to a place of maturity where he will be able to handle God’s plan for His life. Although His wait was quite long, but he held on until God gave him victory. (Genesis 41:1-57). So do not think about how long, what matters is how convinced you are willing to be in your wait, that’s all that matter. Praise God!

TODAY’S RHEMA

It is not how long you wait that matters, it is how convinced you are during the wait that counts!

CONFESSION FOR THE DAY

I am confident of that which God has started in my life. I declare that He who has begun a good job in me will complete and finish it, now and until the day of Jesus Christ. Amen!


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