Don’t Vacillate

I hope you’re having a great Easter celebration, today I’d be sharing something that I wrote down some time ago, it’s about standing firm on God’s word and promises at all times. Let’s say this is me saying Happy Easter to you, lol.

To vacillate means “to be undecided about something; waver between conflicting positions/ course of action”.

As God’s children, we live in two worlds, the physical and the spiritual. In the realm of the spirit, we are not allowed to vacillate, especially with our words. We don’t talk anyhow, when we speak, our words go into the realm of the spirit and function for or against us. If our confessions are vacillated, our lives would be out of order.

Matthew 18:18 AMP

I assure you and most solemnly say to you, whatever you bind [forbid, declare to be improper and unlawful] on earth shall have [already] been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose [permit, declare lawful] on earth shall have [already] been loosed in heaven.These are the words of our Lord Jesus himself, we cannot afford to be mindless about this assurance that he has given us, we must stand firm when declaring words, knowing in our hearts that our words and declarations are not ordinary.

We should not be found declaring “I know who I am, I am born of God, the greater one lives in me today, all things are mine” today, and then start uttering contrary words tomorrow when storms of life hit. Even when things go hay wire, we are to stand firm on God’s word because his word never fails, in fact it is in trying times that we are to stand our ground on what God has said concerning our lives.

James 1:6-7 KJV
“But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways”.

When a man is double minded, his whole life is likely to be unstable, it’s like taking one step forward and two steps backwards. Don’t be a faith filled Christian today and a fearful, doubtful Christian tomorrow, nothing should ever make us doubt God’s word and faithfulness, it’s a trap.

Maintain confessions of God’s word in spite of contrary situations. Let God’s word control our tongues and aura in all situations. Happy Easter to you once again, I love you.

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