Forget the former things, do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing. Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland -  Isaiah 43:18-19 The Lord God doesn't experience a downtime because He has the capacity to work, rework and keep working away without getting fagged out. He can reconstruct everything the devil has destroyed. He can also create the new out of the old. His intervention of yesterday doesn't stop Him from rolling out new innovations today. Your success of yesterday can be illuminated with a new layer of greater accomplishment by the Lord God, in order to make you sing a new song. Hence, put no stock in what you are going through today, because help is on your way. When God says He will do a new thing, He meant that He has decided to CLOSE the chapter of yesterday's success, sorrow or shame, in order to open up to you the chapter of new testimonies. A new chapter of joy gives a man a new lease of life. Jabez experienced a new lease of life when the Lord God shut the door of sorrow and opened to him a new door of pleasant surprises. Henceforth, every door of pleasant surprises that would make you laugh last and triumph over your adversaries shall be opened to you in Jesus name. God's intent to do a new thing also signifies His willingness to ENCLOSE you with a new garment of royalty, dignity and significance. When Joseph became the second in command in Egypt, he experienced his watershed, a turning point that put him in the spotlight. By divine intervention, his prison garment was exchanged with a royal apparel, which sets him apart in the land. Hence, I pray as the Lord moves to close the chapter of sorrow in your life,  may He also enclose you with the garment of joy in Jesus name.
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Abayomi Aina
Abayomi (ACA, CFE, PGDip Theology) is an inspired prolific writer, instructor and gospel artiste. He is divinely endowed to inspire the world towards purposeful living, leadership spirit, goal pursuit, academic excellence and leading a Christian life.


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