God’s judgement is irreversible
Memorise: And the Lord said unto Samuel, How long wilt thou mourn for Saul, seeing I have rejected him from reigning over
1 Samuel 16:1 Israel
God is the supreme sovereign. His dictates are unquestionable. In Genesis 1:1-4, with the whole earth full of darkness and everything being empty, He said: “ Let there be light”, and there was light and not darkness or light. He merely dictated it. I pray that He would dictate light into your life in the Name of Jesus Christ. Our God just decides what He wants to do and He does it, according to Psalm 33:11:
“ the counsel of the LORD standeth for ever, the thoughts of his heart to all generations.”
Once He has decided on something, it is a settled matter. Each time I think of the sovereignty of God, and His prerogative to decide what to do, it frightens me. When you read Romans 9:17 and you are told that God created Pharaoh for destruction; you are bound to be frightened. He was made to become a great king so as to be drowned in the
Sea for the people to acknowledge the greatness of God. I thank
God that He did not make me like Pharaoh. When you read Job 21:29-30, you will
always thank God for the salvation of your soul.
God told Samuel to stop mourning over King Saul because He had already rejected him (1 Samuel 16:1). He told Samuel to fill his horn with oil and anoint one of the sons of Jesse as king. When Samuel got to
, he called
Jesse and his sons to sacrifice. When Jesse started bringing out his sons’ it
was Elib that came out first. He was such a tall and big man that when Samuel
saw him, he thought he was the choosen one. God told him that he had already
rejected Eliab. He said man looks on the surface while God looks at the heart.
God’s judgement before Samuel got Jesse’s house was that David must be king to
replace King Saul; hence, He said He had rejected Elib. I pray that God will
never reject you. Another person rejected Elib. I pray that God will never
reject you. Another person rejected of God is Epharaim. God gave him the
blessing that would have gone to his brother Manasseh. But after he prospered,
he forgot God. He joined himself with idols. God said in Hosea 4:17: Bethlehem
“Ephrain is joined to idols: let him alone.” Later in Hosea 5:9, God said: “Ephraim shall be desolate in the day of rebuke: among the tribes of
have I made known that which shall surely be.” Israel
It was a final judgement. I pray once again, you will not be rejected by God in Jesus’ Name.
Gracious Father, help me to abstain from doing what will make you reject me in Jesus Name.