Apostle Grace Lubega
Ephesians 1:9(KJV); Having made known unto us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure which he hath purposed in himself
Salvation is not a journey, it is an end.
When you treat salvation as a journey, you make provision for the struggles, pain and suffering that are typical of one whose future is a mystery and one who is fumbling in the dark for the next step forward.
Looking at salvation as a journey postpones your victories and disregards the work of Christ at Calvary.
A journey presupposes uncertainties without a clear vision of what awaits you at the end of the road.
This mindset is the reason why health, success, growth and increase is subjected by some, to the vagueness of the future.
The Word of God clearly paints the picture of His mind on how we should consider the life of salvation.
When He said, “it is finished”, (John 19:30), He was pointing to an end. When He said, “Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified,”(Romans 8:30) He was pointing to an end.
God has made known unto you the mystery of His will. Your expected end as a child of God is not a plan you discover but one fully revealed when you choose to believe the Word of God.
Live from the end, therein is mastery.
FURTHER STUDY: Romans 8:30, John 19:30
GOLDEN NUGGET: God has made known unto you the mystery of His will. Your expected end as a child of God is not a plan you discover but one fully revealed when you choose to believe the Word of God.
PRAYER: Father, I thank You for this Word. I receive and embrace this truth and live in its manifestation. I live with the end in sight and I see that it is good because you are that end. In Jesus’ name, Amen.