Is our future in God’s hands or ours?

Life is full of unknowns, so we either grope in the dark to find a way through the future, or we put our future in God’s hands, pray and let Him direct us.

We commit the future into God’s hands because the future is full of unknowns. After we commit our future into God’s hand, we pray, hear from God, and follow the leading of the Holy Spirit. Then, if demonic powers obstruct us, we use our authority in the Name of Jesus to bind and command them to leave. Then, as the Holy Spirit directs us, we ask the Lord for wisdom to consider the natural factors and follow His leading.

David committed his future into God’s hands. What does that mean?

How do we commit our future into God’s hands? Like some, they lift their hands to God as an act of committing their future into God’s hands and say it as they mean it from their hearts. When we do that, we open the spiritual realm for us to enter into prayer; else, we cannot.

Ask the Heavenly Father to Show Us

The question is, do we want to know, and why do we want to know?
We can ask the Heavenly Father in the Name of Jesus to show us.

The Lord told Jeremiah to ask Him to show him the great and mysterious things he still did not know.

The Lord told Jeremiah that if he called on the Lord in prayer, He would show him that the fortifications of Jerusalem were about to fall to the Babylonians; this was the background of this story.

Living in the New Covenant, God is the same God as the Old.

We can ask the Heavenly Father in the Name of Jesus to show us.

Pray with Unknown Tongues to Pray Out the Future

The Heavenly Father also tells us to pray out those great and mysterious things that we do not know.

After asking Him to show us, we pray much and deep with unknown tongues, expecting the Holy Spirit to unfold the mysteries concerning our future.

Do we want to know the mysteries? Or are we afraid to know because it may not be what we want to hear?

Are we afraid to know that the Lord may show that this is not the person we should date?

If we completely trust God, we will not be afraid. If we know the Heavenly Father knows the future because He sees, we are not afraid to know. On the contrary, we will want to know now.

Why do we want to know? Will we do according to what He will show us? Or will we hang on to what we are holding on to?

Are we afraid that the Lord may confront us with this question, “Are you willing to let it go?”

Pray with understanding and the Spirit of Prophecy

• I will pray in the spirit with my spirit as the Holy Spirit gives me the utterance in unknown tongues.
• I will sing in the spirit with my spirit as the Holy Spirit gives me the utterance in unknown tongues.
• I will pray with my mind and understanding as the Holy Spirit gives me the understanding.
• I will sing with my mind and understanding as the Holy Spirit gives me the understanding.

Then we are praying by the spirit of prophecy when the Holy Spirit gives us the inspiration to speak with understanding.

Praying by the Spirit of prophecy occurs when the Holy Spirit takes hold together with our spirit and gives us utterances in unknown tongues. Then He inspires us in known tongues and understanding to speak in prayer.

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