Appointed Time or Expected Time

The fact that you have a divine appointment does not mean you won’t face delays and disappointment. Every God-dream has a God-time. A lot of people worry and panic when they should just work and pray. Time and chance are factors to be considered in making choices when the delivery of destiny seem to be delayed.

Delay doesn’t mean God is postponing the fulfillment of what He has promised, it only means that God is preparing you to be able to handle what He is about to hand over to you. You cannot be more eager than God to fulfill His purpose for your life. His name and honour is at stake. He won’t promise if He hasn’t perfected it.

No one give will you a trophy for a race you are yet to run no matter how skillful or hopeful you are. Teachers do not give their students grades for tests they are yet to take. God’s best is on the other side of your tough test but you need to be patient, passionate, positive, prayerful and proactive enough to possess your possession.

A woman does not give birth to a child immediately she gets pregnant. Seeds do not become fruits in the same season they are planted.
Purpose has processes, success comes in stages, greatness needs time to get off the ground.

Some things come late because God wants them to last for a long time. God’s ways are not our ways, His time is not our time, in fact, a million years is like a day in His sight. Don’t ever think you are being delayed or denied, the vision is for an appointed time and not for an expected time.
Your waiting time is not a weeping, worrying or wailing time. It’s a time to engage grace to see the invisible, hear the inaudible, do the impossible and expect God to unleash the incredible.

Take time to study God’s word to have reassurance and then engage hope to enjoy victory in advance.
Prayer prepares your barn for God’s abundance
and faith makes room for total deliverance.
Don’t fake it till you make it, faith it till God gives you.
Shalom,
© Adeleke Adeite 2019

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