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The Lord is faithful. He is a good and faithful father.  He wants to bless all of his sons and daughters. 

God has a purpose in every season of your life.  However, sometimes I know we all can get impatient with the timing of the Lord.

You have to trust God in the waiting season.  

He is working something in you. Even if the waiting season can seem overwhelming and long, remember every season has a significance. 

Every promise, every vision, every prophetic word, and every dream has its appointed time and season.

“For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay.”

Habakkuk 2:3

One day you will look back and know what He was doing during the waiting time, and you will say “Thank you Lord! You were right on time!”

I want to urge you, wait on your season –Surrender to the timing of the Lord. 

The reward of a surrendered man or woman is favor and promotion.

There are things that God has declared over your life that have already been set in motion in the realm of the spirit. You have to be patient and wait upon the Lord.

When God promotes you, your enemies cannot stop it. 

Moses was promoted by God. He was promoted after a season of isolation in the wilderness. He was raised up to be a deliverer for an entire nation. Moses was a meek man…Forty years in the wilderness will humble you.

Now the man Moses was very meek, above all the men which were upon the face of the earth.”

Numbers 12:3

Moses’ meekness was a key to his promotion. He was not operating in the flesh, going from place to place shouting out his greatness. He knew that it would take God to do what He had promised.

Meekness will activate acceleration in your life.

David is one of the greatest examples of promotion in the Scriptures. God took him from one of the smallest of all the towns of Judah, Bethlehem, and made him king over Israel. (Micah 5:2).

David was promoted in due time, anointed by Samuel, but hated by Saul. He was pursued by the jealous Saul. He hid in caves, avoiding Saul, before his promotion. David knew how to humble himself (Ps. 35:13).

So all the elders of Israel came to the king to Hebron; and king David made a league with them in Hebron before the Lord: and they anointed David king over Israel.”

2 Samuel 5:3

–David was taken from the sheepfold. He was promoted from obscurity.

–David was promoted over Saul.

–David was promoted over his enemies.

–David knew the key to greatness.

Thou hast also given me the shield of thy salvation: and thy gentleness hath made me great.”

2 Samuel 22:36

The CSB translation says: “You have given me the shield of your salvation; your help exalts

me.” The NIV Version says: “You make your saving help my shield; your help has made me great.”

God’s condescension made David great. In other words, God comes down to make men great. Absalom, David’s son, was the opposite example. He was vain and proud. He promoted himself by trying to take the kingdom from David. Absalom was hanged in an oak by his hair, the very symbol of his pride. (2 Sam. 14:26, 2 Sam. 18:9)

One of the keys to reaching these moments is the gateway of humility and the recognition of God’s process of preparation.

Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time…”

1 Peter 5:6

God will be right on time.   
He will surprise you. 

  • God’s promotion will come in the right season.
  • God’s promotion will bring victory in every area of your life.
  • God’s promotion will open doors.
  • God’s promotion bring a breakthrough in your life.
  • God’s promotion will release great favor over you. 

Remember God is faithful.  Wait on His timing. Wait on your season.

  1. Stay in an attitude of humility. 
  2. Position yourself in His presence. 
  3. Recognize His process of preparation in your life. 

He will promote you.  When He does, it will lead to great breakthroughs and blessings in your life.

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