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Unless They Are Agreed

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Whatever you are facing today, make the decision to agree with God and His promises. The Holy Spirit can bring His Word to pass!

Can two walk together, unless they are agreed? (Amos 3:3).

In order to walk with God, one must agree with Him.  In order to experience the fulfillment of His promises in our lives, we must agree with what those promises say—whether we understand how they could ever come to pass or not.

When the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her she would give birth to a son, she asked, “How can this be, since I do not know a man?” (Luke 1:34).

A pretty fair question, don’t you think?  It seemed impossible to Mary.  She could not get her mind around how Gabriel’s announcement could ever come to pass.

I love the angel’s response to her question, “The Holy Spirit…” (Luke 1:35). That is the answer to your impossibilities as well.  When you can’t understand how a promise from God could ever be fulfilled, the answer is “The Holy Spirit!”

At this point Mary could have said, “No way!  This makes no sense to me.  I don’t accept it!”  But she didn’t.  She said, “Behold the maidservant of the Lord!  Let it be to me according to your word (Luke 1:38).

Mary agreed with God’s promise and accepted it.  Then the miracle happened.

Whatever you are facing today, make the decision to agree with God and His promises.  The Holy Spirit can bring His Word to pass!

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