40 Days of Focus: Day 23


Day 23: A Word of Knowledge

Reflect On: 2 Samuel 7:18-29

“…your servant has found courage to pray this prayer to you…”

In 2nd Samuel 7:18-29, David is responding to a word from God given through the prophet Nathan concerning his rule and his family. Much of what the prophet said would not happen in David’s lifetime, yet David responds with a humble confidence believing God’s promise. Essentially, David says, “Let it come to pass for your glory not mine.” God had already blessed David far more than most shepherd boys could ever dream. Still a servant at heart, King David wants nothing more than to be in agreement with God.

God wants to speak over His people. We all have a destiny the God wants to see us fulfill. The heart of David was such that his greatest desire was to be and do whatever God had planned for him. David’s response to Nathan’s prophecy reflects his servant’s heart for God.

What is God speaking over you?  More importantly, how will you respond when He speaks?

What is a Faith Promise?  Glad you asked!

Just as a missionary is called to the mission field so also are those who partner with them through regular prayers and gifts.  A Faith Promise is the amount of money a ministry partner promises to give to a ministry out of obedience to the leading of Holy Spirit.  It is an amount of money missionaries can count on each month from a specific ministry partner.  Missionaries like us cannot step onto the mission field of their calling without the faith promises of God’s people  who partner to send them. Missionaries cannot go without being sent!

Go to www.onemissionsociet.org/give/thefletchers to partner with us!

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