Truth prevails–it always has, and it always will. It may take time to bring forth, but it will come. And it may be painful, but it will set us free. This is the day’s topic, and I believe it will help you today.
We are going to turn our eyes towards the manager scene and see some of the truths that were birthed that day. Let’s begin with the birth of the long-awaited Messiah. Israel had heard for many years the words of the prophets and here are seven of their prophecies about the Christ.
We read back in Genesis 3:15 that the Messiah would be born of a woman, His place of birth would be in Bethlehem (See Micah 5:2.), He would be born of a virgin (See Isaiah 7:14.), He would come from the line of Abraham (See Genesis 12:3, 22:18.), He would be a descendant of Isaac (See Genesis 17:19, 21:12.), and a descendant of Jacob (See Numbers 24:17.), and He would come from the tribe of Judah (See Genesis 49:10.) These are just seven prophesies of a long list of prophetic truths that came to pass about the long-awaited Messiah. And although it took many years to come forth, they did.
Perhaps you have received a prophetic word of the Lord, but because it didn’t come to pass immediately you have judged it as false. But I am here to testify to you that this assumption is not true. I know I have received prophetic words of promise from the Lord, and some came to pass immediately, while others have taken time–a long time to form in that supernatural realm before they were birthed into the physical realm. And I am still waiting for some promises to come to pass, but I believe they will, because truth always prevails.
What are my reasons to believe in the prophetic power of truth? Why can I be so sure that truth always prevails? Here are 3 reasons why I am so confident in truth to prevail.
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me. John 14:6.
“God is not a man, that He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent. Has He said, and will He not do? Or has He spoken, and will He not make it good? Numbers 23:19.
If we are faithless, He remains faithful; He cannot deny Himself. 2 Timothy 2:13.
I realize that we live in a fallen world, and the spirit of antichrist is rising up against us. This has been a tremendous year, and still has not settled down. Circumstances all around us appear to be chaotic–and they are. But even still, God cannot and will not deny Himself. And even though that truth seems prolonged, be completely confident that truth prevails.
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