The Covenant Promise

The Covenant Promise

With every new level in the LORD, I am always brought back to the covenant of the LORD. With every opportunity I am reminded of His promises.

Knowing that when the Holy Spirit speaks, to follow through in obedience and to never waiver. Nevertheless, however He speaks, it takes a relationship and discernment to perceive His nature.

While pondering His affiance, I am realizing that He only needs to command me once. Moreover, as the circumstances change, or trials and tribulations arise, I am trusting the Holy Spirit. I will not deviate to the right or to the left.

Notwithstanding, we know the LORD’s promises are everlasting. For up to a thousand generations for those who love Him. We must not continue to question our Creator.

Accordingly, His Word promises, “So will My word be which goes out of My mouth; It will not return to Me void (useless, without result), without accomplishing what I desire, and without succeeding in the matter for which I sent it” Isaiah 55:11 AMP.

Our Covenant with Our LORD

Albeit it is up to us to meet His requirements. To follow His commandments and precepts. Remembering how He led us in the past. Likewise, when we are tested and humbled, it is then that our spirit is proven.

We know that everything is a direct manifestation of His grace and mercy. Nothing is by chance.

The Spirit spoke to me and reminded me that He brings us into a fortified place, that flows with milk and honey.  A land that I did not build and circumstances that I did not create, safely and with great care.

There is an emphasis in trusting Him and to fear no man. To meditate with profound respect and awe. The former so that we may continue to appreciate the latter.

The Revelation

The warning, as it is written, “When I bring you to the place that I have prepared, predestined, and preordained for you, know by Whom it is given. Lest we forget and become arrogant with self-conceit.

Self-Meditation Reference: Deuteronomy 8:1-20.

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