Fulfilling Your Destiny

Do you realize that God has a destiny for you? In fact, your destiny is the purpose God has for you to be on the Earth, and it was determined before you were born. God has an assignment for you that He has predestined you to walk and stand in, and His Word is the best place to start to discover it.

Jeremiah 29:11 says, “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

God originally spoke this promise to His people Israel who were in bondage due to their rebellion against Him. So in the midst of their bondage and Gods discipline towards them, God was giving them hope of a plan that would bring about a desired end and a future with Him.

In the midst of your bondage and struggles, God brings this promise of hope and a future to you as well.

Ephesians 2:10 says,

“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.”

This verse is right after a series of verses which reveal God’s will for us to come out of spiritual darkness and into His salvation by grace. God’s first destiny is for you to come to Christ Jesus by faith and come out of spiritual darkness and death and into His light and life. You can do this by faith as you see Christ as the One who died on the cross for your sins and rose again on the third day. As you accept this plan of salvation, stand before the Lord Jesus and ask Him to be your Lord and Savior, He will do it!

(1 Cor. 15:3, 4; Acts 3:19; John 1:12; and Rom. 10:9).

As a child of God, one who has come to Christ by faith for salvation, you become God’s workmanship. This means you are God’s masterpiece which He is constantly working on and making something beautiful out of.

He created you to walk in good works. He wants your life to bear good fruit and bring good to Him and others as you yield your life to Christ Jesus every day. Remember, God planned this before you were born. This is your destiny.

Ephesians 1:18 is a wonderful prayer for you and I. It asks that we would have our spiritual eyes opened up so we could “know what the hope of His calling is”. God has a calling on your life which will bring abundant hope and purpose to it. In order to see this, we have to seek Him and ask Him to open our eyes to it. Pray this scripture over yourself so that your spiritual eyes would be opened. In fact, He wants to flood your spiritual understanding with this revelation.

Psalm 37:4 tells us that if we delight ourselves in the Lord, He will give us the desires of our heart. God created you with hopes and dreams. He created you to live in passion and purpose. You have desires on your heart that are to be fulfilled. But the key is to delight yourself in your God and Creator. Worship Him, love Him, and desire intimacy with Him and you will discover your destiny and heart’s desire.

Yes, God has a destiny for you which as it unfolds will give you a hope and a future. That hope is a destiny which reveals His masterful touch on your life and will bring forth much good fruit. It is a destiny which brings you into His calling and floods your heart with understanding, and it is a destiny which fulfills the desires of your heart.

You will discover your destiny as you align your life with God’s Kingdom purposes.

Matt 6:33 says to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. Another translation says, ” And He will give you everything you need from day to day as you live for Him and make the Kingdom of God your primary concern”. The top priority in our lives needs to be God and His Kingdom. We need to be concerned about living righteous lives before Him and setting our minds on His kingdom purposes.

One of His purposes is for us to know Him intimately. John 17:3 says, “And this is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent.” This knowledge of God is an intimate knowledge. We are practicing the things of eternal life as we get to know God intimately and spend time with the only true God and His Son Jesus Christ. You get to know the eternal things as you abide with them and get to know them better through the Bible.

John 15:4-11 speaks of this. We are to abide in Christ, abide in His word and abide in His love. To abide means to stay close and be intimate with and have fellowship with God the Father and God the Son. As you do, you will bear much fruit, see answers to your prayers, and experience fullness of joy. One of the key ways to fully experience this is to obey His commands. So abide in His word and do what He says. One song that really ministers to me right now says, “keep me abiding, keep me abiding, so I, that I might bear fruit”.

As you abide in Christ, He will stretch you and bring you into a deeper understanding regarding His kingdom. Matt. 10:7, 8 is a passage that challenges the church of today. Christ says, “And as you go, preach, saying, “The kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out demons. Freely you have received, freely give.” So we are to preach the kingdom of heaven is at hand and offer others healing, cleansing, miracles and deliverance. When I grew up in the church, I heard about freely receiving and freely giving, but it was not in the context that Jesus put it. I was taught to forgive and tell others about Jesus, but never that I was called to heal the sick, cleanse the lepers and raise the dead. I was taught that this kind of ministry was for the disciples and apostles in the gospels and the book of Acts, but not for us today. So I was taught to disobey a direct command of Christ in the gospels. God is trying to raise His church from the dead and to get us out of unbelief and get back to His original design concerning the Word. If you believe that healing, raising the dead and deliverance was only for the 1st century believers, then that is what you will experience. Your false doctrine and unbelief will dictate your experience and obedience. But if you are willing to put away false teaching and cast off unbelief and step out in faith to obey the Lord, you will find that Healing still takes place, Children of God can raise the dead and cast out demons. So are you ready to receive healing and deliverance for yourself so that you can give it away to others? Talk about a destiny.

John 8:32, 36 speaks of finding freedom from sin and living in abundant freedom in Christ. Jesus says, “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” And, “Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed.” V. 34 makes it clear that this freedom is from slavery to sin. Are you a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ? Are you free indeed from sin or are you a slave to sin? Gal. 5:19, 20 speaks of sexual sin, lust, witchcraft, hatred, fighting, uncontrolled anger, murder, drunkenness, and partying as sins that we are to be free from in order to be His children who will inherit eternal life. We are to be freed from these sins and others and no longer practicing them in order to inherit eternal life. So it is your destiny to be free from sin and free indeed in Christ Jesus. Gal. 5:1 says we are to stand firm in the freedom by which Christ has set us free and no longer entangled in bondage. So freedom in Christ is your destiny. You are destined by God to be free from sexual sin, pornography, lust, unforgiveness, anger, drunkenness, drug abuse, etc.

3 John :2 speaks of prospering in all things and being in health just as your soul prospers. Your destiny is to walk in prosperity and healing and health. God is concerned about your spiritual and physical well-being. God wants to bless you financially, physically and spiritually. He wants you to walk in divine provision, divine health and spiritual blessing. So your confession of faith will determine whether or not you walk in this. Do you believe this? Are you willing to cast off false teaching from the church and walk in your true destiny? Psalm 103:3 says God “forgives all our iniquities and heals all our diseases”. Do you believe this? Matt. 8:17 reveals that Jesus died on the cross and shed His blood not only for our sin, but for our healing. Do you believe this? And Proverbs 10:22 says, “The blessing of the Lord makes one rich, and He adds no sorrow with it.” Do you believe this? Your confession of faith will determine a lot.

So your destiny is to align your life with God’s kingdom purposes, come to know God and Jesus intimately, abide in Christ and in His word and in His love, preach the kingdom and walk in healing, miracles and deliverance, walk in health and prosperity and walk in abundant hope.

Rom. 15:13 is a blessing I declare over you as you enter into your true destiny in the Lord. Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

The first step to fulfilling your true destiny in the Lord is to arise in hope, faith and joy in the power of the Holy Spirit.

When it comes to fulfilling your destiny, you need to be aware of the enemy of your soul. He is out to take away your destiny and make sure you do not fulfill God’s call on your life. John 10:10 reveals him as the thief. “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” So this thief, the devil, wants to steal, kill and destroy you. He wants to steal your joy, steal your destiny, and steal your identity in Christ; he wants you dead; and he wants to destroy your life, your marriage, and your family and your church. But Christ came to give you abundant life. Your destiny in the Lord is abundant life. Do you have abundant life? Or are you experiencing your life being stolen from you, death all around you, and destruction in your home? We must understand this enemy of our souls. 1 Peter 5:8, 9 reveals him as a roaring lion. “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same sufferings are experienced by your brotherhood in the world.” So we are to be on the alert and looking for this enemy of ours who seeks to devour us. We are to resist him and stand firm in the faith. James 4:7 tells us to submit to God and resist the devil. Ephesians 6:16 tells us to take up the shield of faith. Ephesians 6:10-18 tells us how to battle the enemy. Put on the full armor of God. Put each piece on by prayer. And as we submit to God and resist the enemy in the full armor of God, he will flee.

He is also called the accuser of the brethren in Rev. 12:10, 11. He stands before the throne of God and accuses us day and night. What is he accusing us of? Satan and his demons are always watching our lives, and when we sin against the word of God, he is there at the throne accusing us and gaining legal rights against us to bind us with and hold us in bondage and misery. Have you ever experienced this kind of suffering? Do you feel you are in bondage with no way out? The accuser of the brethren has a legal hold on you. Ephesians 4:27 reveals a foothold, giving place to the devil, and the Greek includes the idea of a legal right. This happens when we sin in our anger v. 26, when we lie v, 25, when we steal v. 28, when we speak corruptly v. 29, and when we have bitterness, anger, and evil speaking in our lives v. 31. So Ephesians 4 reveals several ways the enemy gets a legal right to believers’ lives through anger, lying, stealing, evil speech, bitterness, and rage. If you are a believer in Jesus you are to repent of these sins. V. 31 says to put them away from us. We are to walk in kindness and forgiveness. So repent of your anger, bitterness, and evil speaking. Cast down the legal right Satan has against you by the blood of the Lamb and walk in kindness and forgiveness. Rev. 12:11 says, “And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death.” Your destiny in the Lord is abundant life that includes deliverance. You and I must deal with the legal right Satan has against us through repentance, pleading the blood, and declaring our testimony of freedom and overcoming him. I’ll tell you the truth. Many believers are being routed out by unforgiveness today. Somebody at church speaks wrongly about you, you get angry, and hold against them and walk in bitterness. Satan sees your sin, accuses you to the Father, and gains a legal right and foothold in your life. And we wonder why we are weak, and powerless, and helpless against the flood of evil coming upon us. We are called to not be ignorant. Overcome him by the blood and walk in forgiveness. In 2 Cor. 2:10,11 Paul speaks of the importance of forgiveness – “Lest Satan should take advantage of us; for we are not ignorant of his devices.” You and I must stand firm against the enemy of our soul.

What are some other hindrances to fulfilling your destiny? I’ve already mentioned before doubt and unbelief. In Matt 13:57, 58 Jesus could not perform many miracles in His home town because the people were offended with Him and had unbelief. That is the very reason why we don’t see many miracles today. The church is offended with charismatic teaching and they walk in unbelief. And you might walk in unbelief regarding your destiny in the Lord. If you do, then you need to repent and read the Scriptures literally for yourself. Another enemy to walking in your destiny is doubt. James 1:5-8 reveals God’s heart to answer our prayers and request for wisdom if we ask in faith without doubting. You may very well need wisdom to discover your true destiny in the Lord. Well ask in faith without doubting. For he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind. For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in his pursuits.

If you doubt whether God really has a good plan for your life, if you doubt that God is calling you to healing, deliverance, and prosperity – you are sunk already. But it is not over! Repent of your doubt and unbelief and rise up in faith and lay hold of the high call God has for your life.

Self-hate is another culprit that steals us of our true destiny. Do you speak words over yourself like “I’m no good, I’ll never make it, I’m just a failure, or even I hate myself”? These kinds of curses over yourself will keep you in bondage and misery. We are to love ourselves according to Mark 12:31. The second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. Love your neighbor AS YOURSELF!! Don’t underestimate the plain truth of God’s Word. I grew up in the church and I have personally heard many teachers say, “That doesn’t mean you are to love yourself.” And then they’ll go to 2 Tim. 3:2 and quote “Men will be lovers of themselves” and say, “See, God forbids loving yourself.” 2 Tim. 3:2 is talking about a narcissitic kind of love whereby someone looks at their face in a mirror and declares how wonderful they are and aren’t I the most beautiful person on the earth. To be honest, I don’t know many Christians who walk in that. Most Christians I know go to the other extreme of self-hatred.

And Mark 12:31 is a command to repent of that kind of self-cursing and self-hatred. If you wallow in the mud a lot and speak word curses over yourself like, “What’s wrong with me?” – then you suffer from self-hatred. The Lord wants you to repent of that and start loving yourself like He calls husbands to in Ephesians 5:28, 29. “So husbands ought to love their own wives as their own bodies; he who loves his wife loves himself. For no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as the Lord does the church.” So a proper love for yourself is to eat right, clean yourself, brush your teeth, drive the speed limit, practice safety, and speak hope and life over yourself. If you are a husband, you are to cover your life in this kind of love that is nurturing and cherishing. So repent of self-hatred. Anger and bitterness hinder you from fulfilling your destiny. Ephesians 4:30, 31 reveals anger and bitterness as sins that grieve the Holy Spirit. There are more sins that grieve the Holy Spirit. But ask yourself the question, “Am I in a right relationship with my family and church fellowship?” “Am I holding anything against another member of the body of Christ?” “Is there anybody I am angry with or holding an offense towards?” The Holy Spirit would be more than happy to reveal this kind of sin to you. Just ask Him. Holy Spirit, am I angry against another of holding unforgiveness? That person is right there, huh? You can picture them right now, and maybe you are even getting angry because you remember the offense you have against them. Guess what? God is calling you to repent of that anger and bitterness and cancel the legal right Satan has against you and go on to your true destiny of love and forgiveness. Are you willing?

Pray this prayer with me. Lord Jesus, shine your light on my life. Reveal any hindrances I have to fulfilling my true destiny in You. I repent of this sin. Please forgive me of  ____________ (whatever your sin is). I forgive myself for allowing self-hatred to work in me as a result. I plead the blood of Jesus on my life and cancel the legal right Satan has over me. Lord, reveal Your destiny for me and flood me with the understanding of what the hope of Your calling is for me. In Jesus’ name, amen.

Another hindrance to fulfilling your destiny could be feelings of frustration and failure. These feelings actually are associated with self-hatred, but many people are crippled by these overwhelming feelings. First of all, you and I are not to rely on our emotions. Proverbs 3:5 tells us to trust in the Lord with all our heart and lean not on our own understanding. Our heart and feelings can deceive us. That is why your entire heart needs to be given to the Lord and entrust Him with your future and dreams. We lean on our own understanding when we rely on our way of doing things. This will surely lead to feelings of frustration and failure. There is a way that seems right to man, but the end leads to death. (Prov. 14:12). When we do things our own way, according to what we understand, we can get overwhelmed quite quickly. When we find ourselves in this predicament, we must do as the Psalmist and cry out to God. Psalm 61:1,2 Hear my cry, O God; Attend to my prayer. From the ends of the earth I will cry to You, When my heart is overwhelmed; lead me to the Rock that is higher than I. And in your crying out, repent of relying on your own ways and repent of self-hatred again. Plead the blood over yourself and put your trust back in the Lord. Trust Him with all your heart.

I’m sure there are other hindrances to fulfilling God’s destiny in your life, but I think you are getting the idea. Identify the hindrance, repent of the sin, cast down the legal right Satan has against you, plead the blood of Jesus, and rely on the Lord through the power of the Holy Spirit.

He will surely guide you in the path you are to go on.

What are some steps to follow in order to fulfill your destiny? Let’s start with the Lord. Is Jesus the Lord of your life? Romans 10:9 tells us that if we confess the Lord Jesus and believe in our heart that God raised Him from the dead, we shall be saved. To confess Jesus as Lord means we declare Him as master, ruler, and King of our lives. What He says, we must do. And John 14:21 tells us to obey Him in love. Another verse that brings clarity to me regarding lordship is Luke 6:46 – But why do you call me Lord, Lord, and do not do the things that I say? If Jesus is our commander and chief, then the only answer we are to give Him is yes. Lordship is actually more described in the slave, master relationship. A slave has no right to tell his master no. And so it is with the child of God. If we would view the Lord, His Word, and the voice of the Holy Spirit in this light – Christians would surely be an army to reckon with!

Another aspect to Lordship is repentance and holiness. I have already spoken of the importance of repentance. Repentance is turning from our sin and our way of doing things and turning to God to do things His way. This is seen in 1 Thes. 1:9 – “For they themselves declare concerning us what manner of entry we had to you, how you turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God”. Any time we look to ourselves or something else for our fulfillment besides God, it is idolatry. Ezekiel 14:3,4 speaks of the idols of the heart. They are things we set before us that cause us to stumble in iniquity. Another way of defining the idols of the heart is anything we just have to have, and if we don’t get what we want – then we sin or go down the path to sin. When God first revealed this to me, He convicted me of having the idols of the fear of man, quietness in my home, and my own stubbornness which were keeping me bound in sin. I repented of those things and cast them out of my life and my sin struggle ended. A 20 year struggle with the same sin came to an end. How about you? Do you find yourself continuing in a particular sin struggle that you can’t seem to overcome? Ask God to reveal to you the idols of your heart.

Holiness is a commitment every believer in the Lord Jesus Christ needs to embrace. 1 Pet. 1:15, 16 says, “but as He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, because it is written, ‘Be holy, for I am holy’.” And Hebrews 12:14 says, “Pursue peace with all people, and holiness, without which no one will see the Lord.” So we are to be holy in everything we do, try to be at peace with all people, and be holy which is a requirement to get into heaven. This sounds awfully important! Psalm 24:3-6 asks, “Who may ascend to the hill of the Lord? Who may stand in His holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, Who has not lifted up his soul to an idol, nor sworn deceitfully. He shall receive blessing from the Lord, and righteousness from the God of his salvation. This is Jacob, the generation of those who seek Him, Who seek Your face.” Holiness in approaching God in worship means we are committed to having clean hands and a pure heart and keeping away from idols and speaking lies. Until I dealt with the idols of my heart, I did not have clean hands and a pure heart. But when I got rid of the idols of my heart, God blessed me because in the process, I cleaned up my hands and purified my heart. God is serious about this kind of repentance and holiness. But when we enter in and seek Him like this, He blesses us and bestows on us His righteousness. You might ask, what does this have to do with my destiny? When you clean up your heart before God, He will bless you and open doors for your destiny. That is exactly what God did for me.

Another step to fulfilling your destiny is to seek God for the baptism with the Holy Spirit. Many believers believe that this took place automatically at salvation. But that teaching ignores a lot of commands in the scriptures. Luke 3:16 is not a command, but it describes the experience that Jesus wants to bring upon you. The baptism with the Holy Spirit and fire is an experience as real and felt as water baptism. The Greek word for baptism is baptism which means to be immersed and overwhelmed by. Have you been overwhelmed by the presence and power of the Holy Spirit in your life? Then you are not baptized with the Holy Spirit. Luke 11:13 says the Father will give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him. How does this verse fit into your theology? If you received all of the Holy Spirit automatically when you received Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, then what is the point of this verse? And Jesus is speaking in context to believers. Only believers in Christ can pray and ask. Unbelievers can only pray to receive Jesus and turn from their sins. Other than that, their prayers are unheard. How much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him? The only way He can be your Father is if Jesus is your Lord. And the only way to ask is if you are a believer. So this promise of the Father is for believers. Luke 24:49 records Jesus commanding His disciples to tarry in Jerusalem until they were clothed with power from on high. Jesus refers to this as the promise of the Father. How can you obey this command if you believe you already received it at regeneration?

Acts 1:4,5 is a command to wait for the Promise of the Father and verse 5 reveals it as the baptism with the Holy Spirit. Are you seeing a pattern here? Jesus promised the disciples they would receive power when the Holy Spirit came upon them so they could fulfill the Great Commission. Acts 1:8 And on the day of Pentecost, they were in one accord in Jerusalem when the Wind blew and the Fire fell and they were all filled with Spirit and spoke in tongues. This is how the church began and this is how the church is to continue. Acts 2:17 refers to this outpouring of the Spirit in the last day. Guess what? We are in the last days. And you and I need to ask for the baptism and filling of the Holy Spirit so we are empowered to witness and stand firm for His glory in these last days. If you have not asked for this, then you do not have it. If you do not have the gift of tongues, then you are not baptized with the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:4, 10:46, and 19:6 all clearly point to speaking in tongues accompanying this baptism with the Holy Spirit and receiving power from on high. And Jesus said in Mark 16:17 that believers would speak in new tongues. The question I have for you is, do you have this blessing? It is yours in Christ. It is your birthright. It is your promise. And it is a command given to you. Besides, It is a marvelous experience that bathes you in the love of God and empowers you serve the Lord and opens the door to the miraculous and supernatural gifts. Why hold back? You would be amazed at what kind of destiny God wants to usher you into.

Another step to fulfilling your destiny is to practice the gifts. 1 Cor. 14:1 exhorts us to “desire spiritual gifts”. Other verses refer to earnestly desire these gifts. Is that your attitude towards spiritual gifts? A lot of Christians fear the gifts and shun experiences that could manisfest these gifts of signs and wonders. But is that God’s best? No, it hindering God and grieving His Holy Spirit. Do not be afraid of the gifts. Think of it, they are gifts from God, sent from heaven to you. Do you shun your gifts on your birthday and at Christmas? Then why are we afraid of God’s gifts to us? James 1:17 promises us that they are good and perfect gifts from above.

So ask God to give you the gift of speaking in tongues, ask Him to give you the gift of healing, and prophecy, and miracles, etc. Why hold back? Why be held back by wrong teaching? 1 Pet. 4:10 reveals these gifts as manifestations of the grace of God. So God’s gifts and grace are good and we are to be good stewards of these things. Not by held back by fear. So repent of fear and unbelief and open up your heart to all God wants to give you.

Now let’s look at the power of our words. Proverbs 18:21 tells us that “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat of its fruit.”. You and I can either speak life over our destiny or death over it. People who struggle with self-hatred and unbelief tend to speak death over themselves and others. But people who want to please God with their tongues learn to speak life and blessing over their destinies and the destinies of others. So I exhort you – speak evil of no one (Titus 3:2), bless others (1 Pet. 3:9), and speak life (Prov. 18:21). Discipline your tongue to only speak words the edify and build up (Eph. 4:29). And when you have learned the power of the tongue, then you can begin declaring things and watch God perform miracles for you daily. Job 22:28 says, “You will also declare a thing, and it will be established for you”. Declare your destiny in the Lord, declare your dreams being fulfilled, declare your provision, declare that house being sold, declare your health and healing, declare the Lord’s blessing over your family. The key is to hear from God, and declare by faith even before things seem to be taking place. Remember, we are to walk by faith and not by sight. (2 Cor. 5:7). When you speak life towards your destiny and declare it in faith even before you see any indication that it is being fulfilled, you are releasing heaven and God’s favor over your life and beginning to see what a marvelous destiny you have.

Along the way you find so many people bound and needing help spiritually. As your eyes are opened to the real spiritual battles going on, you will notice more and more people, even in the church, are bound by the evil one. God is calling you to cast out demons and set the captives free. Matthew 18:18 gives us great authority with some spiritual keys. “Assuredly, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” Matt. 16:19 says, “And I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosened in heaven.” We have been given the keys to bind and loose. Under the Lordship of Christ and the guidance of the Holy Spirit we can use these keys to help set the captives free. Bind the manifestation of spirits on that person who is reviling. Bind their mouth from speaking abuse. Bind there feet to the floor so they cannot move. Bind their hands from dialing that malicious phone call. And loose them into God’s destiny. Loose the Holy Spirit on them. Loose their chains and release them into freedom. Is it really that easy? There has to be discernment. Sometimes we are dealing with a legal right that Satan has over that person and we have to have revelation on how to pray for them. In my own home I have the authority to bind spirits from manifesting in my house and can bind nightmares from occurring and loose dreams from heaven over my family. My wife and I pray Psalm 91 over our household every night. We can bind night terrors from occurring and loose the protection of the Lord over us and our family.

Binding and Loosing is a world of discovery for the Christian who desires to fulfill their destiny in the Lord. In the process we enter into a mystery of declaring the manifold wisdom of God to the principalities and powers in the heavenly places. (Eph. 3:10).

So in conclusion, let’s enter into our destiny in the Lord. Start out by praying. Cry out to Him. Pour your heart out to Him. (Ps 62:8) As you cry out loud to God and pour your heart out to Him in prayer, you might find your English running out and find yourself praying the Spirit. Praying in the Spirit is praying in your prayer language and the scriptures assure us that this builds us up in the most holy faith. (Jude :20). When you pray in the Spirit, pray in unknown tongues, you give God an opportunity to bring you revelation that can lead you towards your destiny. And once you have heard from the Holy Spirit, step out in faith and see what God will do!

Beloved, it is time for the body of Christ to walk in their true destiny in the Lord. Do not hold back. Enter in and find your passion coming alive as you reach your destiny by the power of the Holy Spirit. The abundant life is waiting for you, enter in.

Senior Pastor of Faith Tabernacle Church