You, Will, Have the Last Laugh.

by | Jul 31, 2019

You, Will, Have the Last Laugh.
 “For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end, it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.” (Habakkuk 2:3) KJV
The vision of God’s purpose in your life will surely be fulfilled, even though right now it looks like all is lost, don’t give up because you will see it and your sorrow will inevitably turn to joy.
You will laugh the laughter of joy and fulfillment in Jesus name.
Remember the young Joseph and his dreams, and all the detours of life he had to take to perfect his character, but eventually, he had the last laugh.
When Samuel anointed David as King, the reasonable expectation would have been, and he would become king immediately. It was not so.
God’s master plan for his life took years before it was completely fulfilled.
Whatsoever God has promised you, and you believe it in your heart like Mary did when she was told the rather “impossible” promise of a virgin birth of the Savior through her.
She believed, and she saw the miracle fulfilled.
While waiting on this fulfillment to happen, make a quality decision to work on your character.
God told Abraham, “walk before me and be thou perfect.” (Genesis 17:1) You can live a holy life of complete and total obedience, even amid trials. Never use your delay as an excuse to compromise on God’s standard for your life.
Those acts of disobedience will set you back, and you will require extra grace to get back on course.
Keep your hope alive, keep praising Him, and you will surely see those promises of God come to pass in your life.
You will surely laugh last.


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