3 ‘Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you do not know.’
Today’s Inspiration: Sometimes we wonder why we are unable to get out of our situation no matter how we prayed. Jeremiah was in such a situation. He was shut up in the court of prison. God told him to call upon Him and He will answer him. Jeremiah 33.3.
‘To call’ in the Hebrew text is to shout, cry out, to speak out and to proclaim. You are uncertain of what is to come. Proclaim freedom!
He promised that when we call not only will He answer us but will reveal to us great and mighty things. In all your prayers, have you sought out the inaccessible things God is speaking to you through this trial? Such revelational insight is essential for a clear understanding of victorious spiritual warfare. One cannot pray effectively without insight into how to pray as well as to what things God truly longs for us to seek after in prayer.
Many a time just as we are on the brink of an answer we give up. Jeremiah called upon the Lord and He gave the insights of His intention to release the Israelites from captivity but first He will heal them and reveal to them abundance of peace and truth then He will cleanse them from all iniquities and pardon them by which they have sinned and transgressed against Him. In short, God will redeem them and once again they will see goodness and prosperity of whom God desires even you and me to have so that His name be glorified.
Do not worry about your situation for God has spoken and it shall be established. His promises are yes and amen. 2 Corinthians 1:20 and 1 Corinthians 4:20. His words have power to topple any nation let alone power of darkness. Declare victory over your situation.