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God’s Good Heart by John Hagee

God’s Good Heart by John Hagee

John 4:24
God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth

When we find ourselves overwhelmed by circumstances, surrounded by the enemy, and mired in the midst of the trial, the temptation is to doubt God’s good heart towards us. It is easy to slip into believing that He has abandoned us.

When we lift our eyes to Him, though, our perspective changes. When we worship Him in spirit and in truth, we begin to look through the eyes of faith. We begin to consider the greatness of our God, not the circumstances that threaten to pull us under.

When we consider how He came through for us in the past, faith begins to burgeon in our chests. When we look back and see the rubble that was our mountain, we are reminded that the same mountain-moving Defender can bring down what we face today. A shout begins to build inside of us. Walls are about to crumble in His mighty name.

Praise reminds us of what God has the power to do in the present. Worship, in spirit and truth, stirs up our faith for the future. We begin to believe for what is on the way.

Instead of fear, we thank God in confidence that He has a plan not to harm us, but to prosper us, to give us hope and a future (Jeremiah 29:11). We thank Him that He gives His angels charge over us; He is our Refuge, our Habitation, our Fortress (Psalm 91).

Instead of doubting, we thank God that He will not withhold any good thing from us; He is our Sun and Shield, our Provider and Protector (Psalm 84:11). His goodness and mercy follow us every day of our lives (Psalm 23:6).

Through eyes of faith, we begin to see what we could not see before. The servant of Elisha cried out in fear as the Syrian army surrounded them. All he could see was their ultimate demise, certain death…until Elisha prayed that his eyes would be opened, that he could see “those who are with us are more than those who are with them” (II Kings 6:16). Suddenly, his eyes opened to see that they were surrounded on every side by horses and chariots of fire. The Armies of Heaven still charge to our rescue.

No matter what is happening around us, we have safe passage with Him. Through the eyes of faith, we see that we never stand alone, that we never fight in our own strength. Just open your eyes. See it and believe it!


Heavenly Father, I worship You in spirit and truth. Open my eyes of faith. Let my circumstances fall away in the light of Your face. Deepen my trust in Your ability to move every mountain in front of me. Remind me that I do not fight alone. My victory is sure through You. In the name of Jesus…amen.

Today’s Bible Reading:

Old Testament

Joshua 24:1-33

New Testament

Luke 21:1-28

Psalms & Proverbs

Psalm 89:38-52

Proverbs 13:20-23

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