Where is your faith at this point in time? I hope that it is in the now… God truly dwells in the now. Exodus 3:14 says; God replied to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. Say this to the people of Israel: I AM has sent me to you.” NLT. Our God is saying this is my name eternal, he is always present in the now.
Unlike us, God does not depend on either the day or the night to do His works. In the Supernatural realm the past and the future come together in the present–constituting the now. From God’s standpoint, His future can invade the present. One reason we do not see supernatural manifestations of miracles, signs, and wonders in the church is that these things take place in the now, while we live our lives waiting for things to happen then. Rather ironic when we know that God causes all things to work together for the good for those who love him and are called according to his purpose. Let us trust the Almighty King of Kings.
Many Godly people speak in the future tense. Then they say God will bring a revival, will do great miracles, and visit us with His glory. They use a language for the future and not the now. But faith is NOW!!! Hebrews 11:1 says; What is faith? It is the confident assurance that what we hope for is going to happen, it is the evidence of things not yet seen. NLT. We can believe that God is bringing revival now and is performing miracles now! The harvest of souls is greater than it has ever been in the history of the church. It is ready for gathering now!
Our faith compresses time. Therefore, what would normally take fifteen years can now happen in one day. Everything works according to our faith. Proclaim your faith today:) Read Job 22:8 which says; You will succeed in whatever you choose to do, and light will shine on the road ahead of you. The majority of believers know where they came from, and some know where they are going. However, few believe where they are now because they are to focused on the past or the future, not according to the realm of the supernatural. They have no idea what God is doing or saying at this very moment. Won’t you live in the now?
Therefore, I say faith is not the future, because faith is not “GOING” to be; faith is now. I pray that we all can embrace this and live right now, meeting God right where we stand. Let’s pray for one another right now!