Exodus 14:13 (NKJV) “And Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which He will accomplish for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever.”
When God says no more, you can confidently respond, by saying forevermore. The ‘no more,’ from the mouth of God, is primarily a ‘no more forever’, unless otherwise indicated.
Since God is eternal, whatever He does lasts forever, except He intentionally interrupts its lifespan for some reasons. God’s works always reflects God’s nature. Whatever God does shall last forever, no one can add, or remove from it.
When God set out to deliver the nation of Israel from Egypt He did not embark on a deliverance that will last for a little while, but forever. He had it all planned, that Israel’s deliverance was a permanent deliverance, whether Pharaoh likes or not. If Pharaoh had known, he would have let go from the onset.
The enemy may arise while the Lord is still working, but it won’t interrupt God’s work for a second, it will only expose the enemy to destruction. Please get this right, when the Lord is working on your case, don’t expect a job that is half done, no matter what the occasion or scene looks like. God does not just deliver and abandon, He delievers and translates His people.
I have been sent to declare to you this month, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which He will accomplish for you this month. For the Egyptians, whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever.
Get up every day of this month, and declare boldly, no more captivity, no more intimidation, no more oppression, no more war, in the name of Jesus Christ. War ceases, in my life; my warfare is already accomplished in Christ Jesus my Lord. This is my season of rest and refreshing, in the name of Jesus Christ.
What will be your attitude, if the enemy rises against what the Lord is doing in your life?
Father, let every investment of the wicked over my life be wasted forever, in Jesus’ name.