Romans 4:21 – And being fully persuaded that, what he had promised, he was able also to perform.
If you see a promise in God’s Word or if God has spoken a promise to you, this scripture is where you should be. You have to be fully persuaded that what God has promised you, He will perform it for you. The tests, the experiences, the encounters you have had with God have come so that you can become fully persuaded.
Your mindset should be: I don’t care what it looks like. I don’t care what it feels like. I am going to get my breakthrough. If God has to tear the whole world down, I’m gonna get what’s mine.
Be fully persuaded. Make it personal. You don’t need someone else to be persuaded for you. You need to be persuaded for yourself.
The problem is you have to understand God’s timing. See, you think you should have it tomorrow. But, if you get it tomorrow, there are some things that may mess you up. There are times where God is not holding something back from you, He is just re-arranging the structure of it so that when you get it it won’t be an earthly curse. It will be a blessing to you. If you get something ahead of time, it will become a curse to you.
God told me this a long time ago: never let a divine delay be turned into a devilish disappointment.
Some of you are believing for something right now. You are thinking, when is it going to happen? God is getting you in the right place so when it happens it will be a blessing and not a curse.
Say this: I am fully persuaded that what God has promised me, He will also perform.