I WILL FULFILL EVERY WORD
November 11, 2020 11:49 AM
Date Received: March and August 2020
I WILL FULFILL EVERY WORD
It looks and feels like Biden’s declared victory has led some of God’s people to feel confused, disappointed, and some are wondering if some of God’s prophets missed it, or if they are simply false prophets. However, the Lord spoke to me in March 2020 and August 2020 and said unequivocally:
No matter how much darkness there is in the world
My Word will not fall to the ground
I will fulfill every Word
I will fulfill every Vision
What I say, that I will do
I will bring it to pass
Every Word will come to pass
Not one of the Words I have spoken will fall to the ground without me fulfilling it.
It also looks and feels like our days resemble other times in biblical history, where it appeared that it would be impossible or at least very unlikely for God’s Words to come to pass:
God told Abraham that his wife Sarah would have a child and the Lord would make him a father of many nations (Genesis 17:16). Did that look feasible? Abraham was 100 years old and Sarah was beyond the age of childbearing with 90. The womb was dead. It looked impossible, but God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite any obstacles.
God promised Abraham that this land of Israel will be given to him, and to his descendants forever (Genesis 13:15). But now, Abraham’s descendants found themselves hemmed in by the red sea with no way to escape the approaching horses and chariots of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and his army. It looked like certain death to them, and the end of God’s promise to Abraham? No way. God parted the red sea and they crossed over on dry ground. It looked hopeless, but God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite any oceans or seas in the way.
GIDEON’S 300 MEN
God told Gideon He should only put together a small group of 300 people to fight the Midianites, and the Amalekites and all the children of the east (Judges 7:7). The Bible says their opponent was so large in number that they looked like a multitude of grasshoppers in the valley. How are 300 people going to win that battle? It looked impossible and dumb to even try that, but their enemies were routed severely, and they fled to a far land. God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite any obstacle.
ELIJAH AND THE RAIN
God told Elijah that He would send rain (1. Kings 18:1). But that sounded ridiculous. The land was dry because it had not rained in three years and the sky was blue with no clouds. People lost hope. Elijah send his servant 7 times to look for a sign of rain, but there was none, except a small cloud that showed up during the 7th trip. It looked bad, but great rain came. God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite any obstacles.
THE NATION OF ISRAEL
God promised His people of Israel before and during the exile in Babylon that He will cause them to return to the land that He gave to their fathers, and they shall possess it again. (Jeremiah 30:3) However, Haman managed to get a decree from king Xerxes to have all the Jews executed while in exile. The king’s decree was irrevocable. Did it look like they were ever going back to Jerusalem? They all faced death by a king’s decree. But God fulfilled His Word, He caused Haman to fall in his own trap and the Jews went back to Israel to rebuild the temple of Solomon. God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite any king decrees and obstacles.
God told a young woman who was a virgin that she would give birth to a child, and that the child would come from the Holy Spirit. She would not be with any man (Luke 1:35). Does that sound realistic? It does not, but she became pregnant and gave birth to Jesus Christ. God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite the fact that such a conception is biologically impossible.
JESUS DEATH AND RESURRECTION
Jesus was telling His disciples that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day (Matthew 16:21). However, he was now dead in the grave. It looked like it was all over with the plan of them becoming fishers of man, and they were planning to go back to their normal lives and ordinary routines prior to His appearance. They were depressed, saddened and disappointed. It looked like all hope was lost, but there was a great earthquake, Jesus was raised from the dead, and in fact many graves were opened and many bodies of the saints which slept arose (Matthew 27:52). God fulfilled His Word and purpose faithfully despite death and the appearance of everything being lost.
So what is the message here?
God will be faithful to fulfill His Word and his purpose no matter how anything looks like, no matter what the media says and no matter what anyone chooses to believe or not.
God spoke to prophets about Trump’s role in the end times, about civil war and many other things. With Biden’s declared victory by the media and the riots decreasing, it certainly looks like most of these Words from the Lord are no longer valid. Perhaps the prophets were wrong, or God changed His mind? I don’t think so.
God will fulfill each and every Word, no matter how dead, hopeless, dark, impossible, unrealistic or unfeasible anything looks like. It is written:
Isaiah 14:24 “The Lord of hosts hath sworn, saying, Surely as I have thought, so shall it come to pass; and as I have purposed, so shall it stand.”
In fact, I feel in my Spirit that this season right now is just a big test for many of God’s people. Who is going to have faith and believe that God will do what he said, and who will fall into unbelief?
Who is going to be like Abraham who believed God regardless of how impossible things look like, and it was counted unto him for righteousness (Romans 4:3), and who is going to be like Thomas and say “I believe it when I see it” (John 20:29)?
As I am typing up this post this scripture came to me:
“But without faith it is impossible to please him” (Hebrews 11:6).
Brothers and sisters, make a decision to believe what God said no matter what. Trust God and His power for He is Almighty. Just because something is not happening the way many thought it would that does not mean it will not happen. Follow Abraham’s footsteps. Have faith in Him and His Word.
A humble servant