2 Corinthians 1:20 says, “For all the promises of God in Him are yes and Amen to the glory of God through us.”
What a great promise of God we have today in that scripture. We see that no matter how many promises God has made they are yes in Christ. So through him the Amen is spoken by us to the glory of God. In Revelation 3:14 the Lord Jesus is called the Amen. We know that a promise is an oral or written agreement to do or not to do something. In today’s promise, God tells us that He is dedicated to fulfilling all his promises by a yes and Amen.
So what are we to do on our part? You just need to make sure that your situation is in line with God’s word, then believe and receive in Jesus’ name. Can you imagine that there are over 3,000 promises of God for us to claim over our lives in God’s word? We serve and worship a faithful God; His word is limitless and all powerful. We can find a perfect example of the faithfulness of the word of God by taking a look at Sarah, Abraham’s wife, who did not believe for a second regarding God’s promise of a son but did God still fulfil it? Yes He did. Sarah bore Isaac in spite of her age.
Therefore, I invite you today to take a look at your life and ask yourself this, “Do I believe God when He said that the plans He has for me are plans for welfare and not for calamity to give me a future and a hope?” (Jeremiah 29:11); and that when he promises he inevitably executes? Again, 2 Corinthians 1:20 says “it’s yes and Amen,” so let it be. What is your situation today?
If people hurt you God will heal you (Isaiah 53:4-5); people may humiliate you, but God will magnify you. He will give you “the oil of joy for mourning” (Isaiah 61:3); people may judge you, but God will justify you (Romans 5:1). People may hate you but, God will love you (1 John 4:10).
I encourage you today to trust and believe God, to take him at his promises and you will see that He will do exceeding abundantly above what we ask or think according to the power that works in us.
Amen so let it be. Thank you Lord for all your promises; I believe.