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GOD OF SPEED, NOT OF RUSH(2)

*WISDOM FOR TODAY.*


*GOD OF SPEED, NOT OF RUSH (2)*


*Scripture Treasure.*

2 Pet 3:9 *The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.*


*Insight and Highlight.*

God is a God of speed but He does not rush.


*Scripture Commentaries.*

God is not slack, slow, He deals in patience to attend to the cry of His children.

Everything is at the fullness of His time regardless of whether He answers you immediately or much later.

He can answer immediately and He can answer much later. He is Sovereign.

Scripture says it is we who count God's unwillingness to answer us on time as slow when we ought to count it as God's patience working things out for our good. His unwillingness to answer us as at when we want means it is not a good time to answer us. It is not an inability to answer.

We must never see God as a source of delay. Seeing Him as such is same as saying He is unable to act or do something concerning our situation.

Though it may seem He is not responding or late or He is delaying, we should regard it as His patience.

Always remember, there are somethings that are not immediately good for us. There are things God sees that we do not see, 1 Chro 28:2-6.

Anytime God answers you is the best time for you. The One who holds time should neither be adjudged to be too late nor too early. As He dwells in perfect existence so He is perfect in all things.

The bible speaks about being "early and late" saying *"...It is vain for you to rise up early, To sit up late..."*., Ps 127:2.

We know its good to be early, Prov 8: 17. This, however, also tells us that except God sets you up for a Divine appointment, being early to, e.g a place of appointment may be vanity. There are people who woke up early to travel, yet met danger.

So also sitting late to achieve anything may also be fruitless. None of these shall be your portion in Jesus name.

From this we can deduce that God's timing is perfect, when He answers you immediately, He is perfect. When He answers you later, He is perfect.

Believe God that though He answers you early or "late" either or both is His plan to achieve a Divine acceleration for you.


*Remorse corner.*

Ecclesiastes 3:11  *He hath made every thing beautiful in his time:...."*

When you call on God, He begins a process to prepare a way for a Divine acceleration for you.


*Call to Word action.*

Trust the timing of God. He makes things beautiful in its time. Solomon says *"....people cannot see the whole scope of God’s work from beginning to end.*. This means no one can know His work, timing, therefore no one can judge Him late!

Eccl 3:11 *He hath made every thing beautiful in his time: also he hath set the world in their heart, so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the beginning to the end.*


*The Christian clarion duty.*

Do you feel it's getting late. It may appear so. It's all a process to achieve a Divine acceleration. God will make up for your "lost" time. You will be glad He did it at the time you got the miracle.


*Prayer.*

Lord, Divinely accelerate answers to my prayers today and this month, in Jesus name.


Good morning all and a happy new month of *DIVINE ACCELERATION.*

May your prayers receive Divine acceleration in Jesus name.


God bless you.

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