“It was not through the law that Abraham and his offspring received the promise that he would be heir of the world, but through the righteousness that comes by faith.”
– Romans 4:13
I have a great question for you today: Is it ever too late for God to turn someone into a conqueror? The answer is no! At any age, we can wake up and choose to embrace a new vision or calling from God. For instance, Abraham, the Hebrew patriarch, was 75 years old when he received the promise to be the father of many nations. He was 100 years old when that promise was birthed through his son Issac. I would love to find out how Abraham kept up his vigor, and what his routine of vitamins, healthy food, and exercise was!
In addition, Moses was 80 years old when he saw the burning bush, and God called him to free Israel. But he was an astounding 120 when he peered across the Jordan at Canaan’s side to see the fulfillment of his calling! To be a conqueror is a decision you make every day when you wake up, whether this day will be yours or whether it will be forfeited. A clear vision of God’s promised land for your life will encourage you daily to wake up and say this day will be good. It will be mine, and I will become better.
Friend, no matter your age, you can tattoo on your heart a vision of who God wants you to become and where God wants you to go. This insight is unique for each of us. All I can tell you is it’s there for you to discover and there for you to possess. Will you do it?
Father, I know it’s not too late to fulfill your vision for my life. Show me how to commit to your plan daily.
Do you have a clear vision of God’s promised land for your life? How can you embrace this vision?
If you’re unable to attend your local church or need some additional weekly inspiration, be sure to tune into Hour of Power every Saturday night at 6:30 p.m. PT on TBN or watch online at hourofpower.org/episode.
Bobby I’ve been following you Live on Sundays for a year. I’ve seen an anointing of the Holy Spirit in your ministry.
Your sermons are life changing. I pray for you, Hannah, and your family every day.
You are changing lives !