Categories: Inspiration

It’s been awhile since I’ve written on a regular basis. Ministry is taking a turn for me, in a good way, and we are seeing doors begin to open that we’ve have been praying for, for some time now. With that, I have been preparing to speak at a local gathering for the next six Sundays so my time has been consumed with preparing for that. I’m going to be speaking about destiny and I want to share some of these principles with you throughout the next few weeks.

Destiny, by definition, means: “the predetermined, usually inevitable or irresistible, course of events.” Your destiny has been predetermined. Psalms 139:16 says: “You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.” NLT

Your destiny is prophetic and it’s a process. Like building a house, the blueprints, in a sense, are prophetic. They are a vision of what you see the home to look like, but there is a process that must take place. God is building something within us that requires a process to be sure things go as smoothly as possible and there is an end result He is looking for.

Each one of us have a prophecy about our future, even if you’ve never received a prophetic word from someone over your life, the Bible is your prophecy. God has a destiny for you and once you decide to come into agreement with your destiny, with that prophetic future, the process begins.

The first step to starting your journey to your destiny is recognizing that your future, your destiny, is prophetic and with that comes a process. Come into agreement with the prophetic destiny and jump into the process, it may not always be fun, I can guarantee you things won’t always go the way you would like them to go but you will find fulfillment in the process God has you in on your way to your destiny.

Author: Stephen Young

Stephen’s Gate is a weekly devotion that purposes to encourage people to live the victorious life God has called them to. Stephen grew up in a Christian home and was raised in Church. As a young boy he was very shy and never wanted to be the center of attention, however, he always had the desire to preach and minister to others. God called him into ministry in his late twenties and he has enjoyed every minute of it. Stephen previously served as an Assistant Pastor in Fort Fairfield, Maine before moving to Georgia. Stephen and Kristen have been married for 11 years and have two beautiful girls, Abigail and Sydney.

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