I Declare God’s Best!

We will begin to walk out our destiny despite unwanted interruptions, unexpected detours, and unfortunate disappointments. With that said, Isaiah 55:10-11 reminds us that God’s word will never return void, null or invalid. Therefore, starting from today and the rest of our lives, I declare we are moving from glory to glory and anything we lay our hands upon shall prosper in Jesus’ name. Our dreams will not die. Our plans will not fail, our destiny will not be aborted and the desires of our heart will be granted today and the upcoming days to come.

Money and favor will know our names and addresses from now on. Our minimum will now become our maximum, our mess will now become our miracle, our test will become our testimony, and our stresses our blessings. Heaven has confirmed that our season of lack, sufferings, sorrows, and pain is ending because He that sits on the Throne has remembered us. He is removing the hardships and replacing them with joy, rest, strength, provision, promise, peace, and hope!

God’s Word will not return void. It is too powerful. When God said, “Let there be light,” the immediate result was that “there was light” (Genesis 1:3). When Jesus said, “Peace! Be still!” the wind ceased and the sea calmed (Mark 4:39). God’s Word will always prosper; God will succeed, and those who receive His Word will be overcomers as well (1 John 5:4).

(*Disclaimer: God has given us authority to decree and declare His legally and binding word over our lives and situations once we repent of our shortcomings and forgive others of their shortcomings!)


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2 Responses to I Declare God’s Best!

  1. Paul Martin says:

    I believe that yes, we can take God’s promises to the bank. But I believe that if we are to declare the Word of God, them we need the full counsel of God. We cannot just declare the “blessings”. We need to accept the warnings as well. Jesus spoke more on the suffering of the Christian than He ever did on “blessings”. And if we are to hold to a “money and favor” theology, as Gospel, then we must believe that it is true for ALL believers! Namely, those who are persecuted for following Christ, and MANY who are being martyred for Christ in the day and age that we live.
    I know of one Pastor in Africa, who starved to death, because he gave his food to members of his family and congregation. The missionary that showed the picture of his funeral wanted to show it so people would get a sense of the reality of what is going on in other countries!
    I know of a Pastor, also in Africa, who was made to watch, as his family was hacked to death with machetes because he refused to renounce Christ or quit preaching. And his family, though afraid, willingly accepted their fate… To go and be with their Savior.
    I think the “health, wealth, and blessings” gospel is pretty much an American one…
    It’s not that I don’t believe God blesses His people… It’s just that I don’t believe that we can make a blanket statement like that. It basically accuses other believers who are struggling, poor, or sick, of not trusting God! And that’s where it becomes false. The New Testament is FULL of suffering of believers. Just saying. 😉


    • #4GIVEN says:

      The principle of declaring God’s blessings is always carved around His will, plan and purpose.

      This post has nothing to do with the prosperity movement in America. However, it’s foundation is based on the footing of faith!

      God honors our faith and when we walk in obedience. These two principles are prerequisite in unlocking the power of manifestation!

      If you are heart is aligned with God’s open heaven blessings than there’s nothing that will obstruct them from manifesting in your life.

      Remember the centurion’s faith found in Luke 7:9?


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