Nothing Wrong With God, His Word And You

By Princess Arira

Nothing wrong with God, His word and you

Sometimes when we don’t receive our healing, miracles breakthrough and restoration, we can’t help but think that something is wrong with us. We tell ourselves, nothing is wrong with God, nothing is wrong with the word, so something must be wrong with me. If you think your miracle depends on you then you lie. In the old covenant, we see this “it’s all up to me”, the demand placed on man.  God’s part was to bless His people but only if they played their parts by obeying all of His laws, if they didn’t do their part, not only will they no be blessed the curse would also come on them.
Most of the time, they ended up under the curse, because they just could not keep all of God’s laws. So God found fault with that covenant because though He wanted to bless man, man’s sin made it difficult for him to do so. Man himself was the weak link. In the new covenant,  man has no part to play except to believe and receive. The new covenant of grace was cut between God the Father and God the son. Both infallible and more than able to keep the covenant.
God the Son is man’s representative. Jesus represents you and me. So in this covenant, how much we can receive from God depends on how good our representative is, how perfect His obedience is. Of course, Jesus is the perfect man with perfect obedience. So in Him, we are qualified to receive all the blessings of God. We only need to believe and receive.
Jesus blood has been shed for the remission of all your sins. You are now the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus. By His one sacrifice, He has perfected you forever. There is no spot in you. Today the devil does not have any right to tell you that you cannot be blessed because there is something wrong with you. As a believer, you should know nothing is wrong with God, the word and you.
Source: Above Whispers

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