Isaiah 3:10

"Say ye to the righteous, that it shall be well with him; for they shall eat the fruit of their doings"

“It shall be well” is a deep down proclamation direct from the Almighty God. When God says it out, God meant it and that settles it – doubt not. I repeat “IT SHALL BE WELL” in Jesus Name. Receive it, claim it and use it always.

The Bible passage above is addressed to both men and women. This is clear in the way the last part is expressed; “for they shall eat the fruit of their doings” We can see that God has special emphasis on our being righteous.

It can also be applied to the principle of sowing and reaping. Whatever we sow shall be reaped.

The simple interpretation of the passage is that anything we do; good or bad; has consequences. Even if the righteous suffers (the suffering is only for now and here) the end result shall be well with him and his family. Righteousness should not bring about any controversy. Be who God has created you; that means be yourself even in sanctification. Sanctification is setting yourself apart and be established in the righteousness of God. Sanctification is a process that if continues will end well. “IT SHALL BE WELL” in Jesus Name.


Prayer points for the day

  • 1) Father, thank you for giving me a new song of life, in Jesus Name.
  • 2) Almighty God, thank you for the divine promise for me and my household, in Jesus Name.
  • 3) Lord, thank you for another day of your loving kindness in my life, in Jesus Name.
  • 4) Father, thank you for another day of your mercy in my life, in Jesus Name.
  • 5) Almighty God, thank you for keeping me and my household together, in Jesus Name.
  • 6) Father, let it be well with me and all over my domain, in Jesus Name.
  • 7) Lord, I claim your divine promise today that “It shall be well” with me and all that concerns me, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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