accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.”
God’s Word cannot fail; it has the same capacity and potency as God. No matter how rough the terrain of its primary assignment is, it will always prevail, by smoothening out rough places, straightening crooked places, leveling mountains, and raising valleys. God and His Word are one. John 1:1-3 tells us that the Word and God are one and the same in character, potency, life and being. God and His Word share everything in common. Just as much as God cannot fail, His Word cannot fail. The Word has no history of failure because it has no propensity to fail. It is potent to prevail in every situation, come what may. Our opening verse tells us that as the rain comes down, and the snow from heaven, and returns not up, but waters the earth, and makes it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater. It says so shall God’s Word be that goes forth out of His mouth: it shall not return unto Him void, but it shall accomplish that which He pleases, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto He sent it. Note that in the opening verse, the Word spoken forth from God’s mouth is likened unto the rain and the snow. The rain and the snow fall under gravity, without any propelling effort to cause them to come down. God’s Word when it drops from the mouth of the Most High God falls upon the earth with power and potency such that it does not require the help of any human being. The Word has potent power to come down to perform what it has been commanded to accomplish.
Again, in our opening verse, it is evident that the rain and the snow fall for a purpose, and so does God’s Word. The rain and the snow come down to make the earth to bring forth and bud, that the sower may have seed to sow and the eater bread to eat. The Word comes down upon us to fulfill its purpose; it comes to accomplish what God pleases, and to proper in its assignment. When God speaks, you can count on His Word to fulfill what it talks about. You can rely on Him to do what He commands. You can take God’s prophetic Word and wage a good warfare with and by it, knowing that it cannot fail; it will prevail over every contrary circumstance or evidence standing against it. Put the Word in your heart by meditating on it. Stir up yourself to speak God’s Word in and to your situation. God’s Word will always prevail, no matter what!
My Solid Front (Confession):
In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I declare that the Word of the Lord prevails in my situation, and that I always have it according to the Word of the Lord, no matter what. Amen.
Further Meditation: 1 John 5:4; Psalms 138:2.