Your Condition Is Not Permanent

By Tafadzwa Hove
When he heard this, Jesus said, “This sickness will not end in death. No, it is for God’s glory so that God’s Son may be glorified through it.” John 11:4

Your situation as a child of God will not last forever. Your situation is not permanent. God did not promise to keep us away from trouble but he promised to see us through when we encounter problems. God will not allow our situation to devour us.

That sickness you are facing right now is not unto death. Be it chronic headaches, fibroids, cancer, high blood pressure, sugar diabetes, AIDS, Coronavirus. You name them.

Declare today and tell that sickness, “You sickness, I will not die because of you. My sickness is for the glory of God.

Your sickness is for the glory of God.

In truth, every problem you are facing today will not last forever. Be it career failure, marital crisis, marital failure, hardship, poverty, lack, rejection, isolation

Every problem you are facing right now has a purpose. It is for the glory of God.

Declare this right now and speak life over every situation you are encountering.

Jesus Christ spoke life over Lazarus who had died and was in the grave for 4 days. After life he spoke life over that sickness and death, Lazarus rose again for the glory of God. The Son was also glorified through it.

Jesus Christ himself said it, so you don’t have to worry yourself because His Word is life itself. His Word doesn’t lie. It is pure and therefore very sure.

8 thoughts on “Your Condition Is Not Permanent

  1. Thank you. Great post. God IS love. LOVE IS ETERNAL. The Way of following Jesus has been planned so that as we journey His Life in us means according to His Word Promises can be claimed as we Know the ending is WITH HIM no matter what! , You are loved. Keep writing! Keep living for and in HIM Peace!.

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