Going from Glory to Glory
I go beyond general grace
As I daily behold His face
I go beyond entry-level grace
To the realm of the super-abundant grace.
I rise to a higher dimension.
God wants me to come up higher
And I rise to that high-calling.
Indeed, I will summon nations
Those who do not know me or
acknowledge me will run to me
because of the Lord and His anointing on my life. ( Isa55:5)
Foreigners will build my walls.
My children shall come from afar.
The grace of God in me will not repel
But it is grace that will pull.
That grace will work to the full
Yes, even to overflowing.
It shall open doors that no one shall shut.
It shall take me places that are hitherto a dream.
It shall take me places beyond my wildest dreams.
It shall make me a stalwart
Like Paul, to the glory of God.
That grace will move me forward.
That grace will catapult me ahead;
Take me from the back of the queue
To the front of the queue.
That grace will cause my name
to be mentioned in high places for favour.
It will bring divine supplies,
Divine strategic placement,
For the advancement of the Kingdom of God.
That grace shall make a difference
Because His presence make a difference.
That grace will bring promotion and progression
In place of stagnation and retrogression.
I thank God for the superabundant grace
That located me on the day I called.
That grace will continue unabated.
That grace will bring me into partnership
With those assigned to my boat wherever they are hidden.
They shall come from the East and from the West,
And from the North and the South.
That grace that began in Garden of Eden (Gen3:21,24)
is my portion in all its ramifications.
That grace that found me when I was lost without a trail
Will continue to work in me and for me.
Indeed, eye has not seen, ear has not heard neither
has it come into the heart of man
what God’s superabundant grace will do
in me and with me and for me.
That grace that that was upon Abraham, Isaac and Jacob;
That grace that was with Moses who was favoured at birth; that grace that was with him to be educated by Pharaoh’s daughter; that grace that located him when he had written himself off and called him into his ministry at eighty years of age will not elude me regardless of my age or stage or race or nationality. ( Ex1:12,22;2:1-8
That grace that was with Joseph is in me (Gen39:2) and David
(1Sam16:8-11,14-23 1Sam17:12) and Gideon ( Judges6:11,14-16) works in me.
That grace that was extended to Mephibosheth
Even though he was undeserving shall work in my life wherever I go.
That grace will make me humble, work hard and work smart, trust-worthy,
diligent, selfless, loyal and reliable.
That grace will shift me from
being an underdog to being a top-dog.
Opposition will bring promotion.
When I am disdained
It will bring a gain- not shame.
It will work for me and not against me.
The presence of the Lord will make the difference.
I shall remain cool, calm and collected,
know whose I am and Whom I serve and
Who is working for me behind the seen and the scene. (Ro8:28)
That grace will empower me to extend the same grace to others out in the cold and unsaved, to tell them the good news in a non-judgmental way. I shall favour others like David did Mephibosheth- the grandson of Saul, because of covenant.
That grace will enable me to give my utmost, do my utmost
And be diligent to excel in all I lay my hand to do.
That grace will enable me to let others shine even at my expense
Knowing that my Pay Day will come,
like it came to Jacob, like it came to Joseph like it came to Mordecai ( Gen41:41).
I have the grace to serve diligently under any condition.
I shall not be threatened or intimidated by the anointing in others.
I shall celebrate them, rejoice with them
when they rejoice and mourn with them when they mourn.
My grace will increase under pressure like the
crushing of the olive that brings forth the oil- the anointing.
My opposition will increase my anointing.
I have the grace to expect the best of God’s intention
towards me, irrespective of adversities or challenges.
God is not and will never be against me. (Ro8:28,31-32,37-39)
God will not, I repeat, will not forget me. (Isa49:15-16, Heb6:10)
The grace of God will enable me to remain resolute,
undaunted, immovable in regard to
my convictions and beliefs- the word of God.
I shall be at ease to go against popular
opinion or fad, resist any tide of the world, love of the world,
agreement with the world to be accepted.( Rom12:2, IJohn2:15-17)
That grace will enable me to finish my ministry,
calling and assignment with finesse and sign off like
Paul (2Tim4:6-8) like my Lord, Jesus (John19:30) like
Nehemiah (Neh6:15), like Joseph, like Esther.
I am accepted in the beloved. I am a royalty
A living stone, born to fulfil vision and purpose
and my reason for being, my assignment. I am not inferior to anyone
no matter what they think or how they act towards me.
I shall remain bold and strong
in the Lord and in His mighty power.
I am a child of God; apple of His eyes. I am chosen of God,
I have been purchased – not with perishable things
like silver and gold but with the precious blood of the Lord Jesus.
I therefore thank God for seeing me beyond the natural and condescending to my level to lift me up to sit with Him in heaven places.
I am a priest and king unto God, a citizen of heaven,
a masterpiece of God, even though still work-in-progress.
Therefore I am going from glory to glory
and from grace to grace and faith to faith and strength to strength- grace-made, grace infused, grace ignited, grace impregnated, grace-led, grace empowered, grace sustained, grace energised, grace replenished, grace propelled and grace grown to abound to the glory of God. I am destined to leave a legacy to the glory of God.
I shall not go under for going over. Grace will push me forward. Grace will give me an award I do not deserve. Grace will give me favour I do not deserve. Glory be to the God of grace.
But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD
12 Then Moses said to the LORD, “See, You say to me, ‘Bring up this people.’ But You have not let me know whom You will send with me. Yet You have said, ‘I know you by name, and you have also found grace in My sight.’
13 Now therefore, I pray, if I have found grace in Your sight, show me now Your way, that I may know You and that I may find grace in Your sight. And consider that this nation is Your people.”
16 For how then will it be known that Your people and I have found grace in Your sight, except You go with us? So we shall be separate, Your people and I, from all the people who are upon the face of the earth.”
17 So the LORD said to Moses, “I will also do this thing that you have spoken; for you have found grace in My sight, and I know you by name.”
9 Then he said, “If now I have found grace in Your sight, O Lord, let my Lord, I pray, go among us, even though we are a stiff-necked people; and pardon our iniquity and our sin, and take us as Your inheritance.”