A little boy asked His dad for a new baseball glove. His dad replied, “After work today, we’ll go to the store and get one.” Immediately the boy ran outside and told his friend’ “I have a new baseball glove.” His friend said, “Cool, let me see it.” The boy said, “I don’t have it yet, but my dad’s getting one for me.”
That’s called, Faith – in the unfailing promises of God. “I have a new baseball glove.”
When we wait in total trust, upon a promise He has made, we declare, that it’s as good – as done. This little boy knew that the baseball glove was his. He didn’t have it physically in his possession yet, but he had it completely in his heart. For him, it was just hours away from being transferred from the abundance of his heart and the declaration of his lips to the placing on his hand.Here’s some good news. God NEVER breaks His promises Click To Tweet
Are you waiting on a promise God has made? Here is a question. Are you moving in faith by declaring that it is done, that you actually have it already?
“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” [2nd Corinthians 5:7].
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen..” [Hebrews 11:1].
Here’s some good news – God – NEVER breaks His promises. In believing that, you have the right to declare every one of His promises as actually “done” in your life. Just like the little boy and his glove- for all God’s promises and reassurances – it is just a question of God’s perfect timing.
Start telling your friends, your loved ones, (and yourself), about your new baseball glove.