2 Kings 4:18-37 (26)
Run to meet her and ask her, ‘Are you all right? Is your husband all right? Is your child all right?’” “Everything is all right,” she said. (NIV)
The Bible guarantees that God has good thoughts towards us and can help us through the storm. But how do we practically stay positioned to enjoy what the Lord has promised? We can learn from the Shunammite woman in today’s Bible reading. Despite losing her son, this woman insisted that all was well until her child was raised back to life by Elisha. What mainly qualified this woman for the supernatural was her mindset and composure. She knew her God and that if she could locate the prophet, all would certainly be well.
To receive or achieve anything tangible in life starts from our thinking. We must intentionally trigger the positive attitudes of our souls. Proverbs 4:20-23 admonishes us to pay attention to the word of God, not letting them out of our sight and heart because everything we do flows from it. This can only happen when we allow the knowledge of God to dwell within us. The scriptures edify and conditions our hearts through faith that comes by listening to God’s word (Romans 10:17). I encourage you to make the Bible your bedrock, study it and feed on it. Through this, your mind is seasoned for the miraculous and shall produce good fruits.
Hymn: All Will Be Well – Mary B. Peters (1847)
- Father, help my unbelief, strengthen my faith, and endow me with a positive mentality.
- Father, create in me, my family, community, and the Church a new heart and renew the right spirit within us.
- Every doubting spirit that has held me bound; be evicted from me today!
- Jesus, You do hard things. Please, make my impossibilities possible (mention).
RECEIVE YOUR LETTER OF JOY
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