God Wants to Bring Us to The Next Level (Evening)


Isaiah 43:19 Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness And rivers in the desert.

In a game, initially, we will be given challenges that are easy for us to complete. But the higher the level we play, the more difficult it will be to complete. Steven, who sometimes plays games for refreshing, spends a lot of time because of the difficulty of the challenges he provides. For one difficult level, he could take days to get through it. He sometimes gets annoyed, wants to finish or just delete the game, but his curiosity about the new level makes him play the game when he has free time.

When we go through a very difficult time in life, we feel like giving up. We have tried various ways but have not succeeded in overcoming them. Today we may have lost the passion to run our business or work, no longer have faith that our family will be restored, lost hope for recovery, or something else. Whatever barrier we face, remember God’s promise to Abraham. All the land that Abraham could see from where he stood, God would give to Abraham and his descendants forever (Genesis 13:14-15)

If we realize that we are children of Abraham spiritually, our faith will be awakened by the promise God has given. Come on, stop looking narrowly, raise our eyes as far and wide as possible. Because what we can see, God has promised will be ours. Do not be fooled by our current situation, because this is not the final goal of God’s plan. Our current level or situation is just a stage that we have to go through so that God can take us to a new level. Higher levels with greater vision, greater glory, greater victories, and greater miracles.


Know that God wants to take us to the NEW LEVEL.


1. What level do you think your life is at right now?
2. What made it difficult for you to get to the level of life you are in right now?
3. What must you do so God can take you to a new level?


“Lord Jesus, thank you for opening our eyes in looking at our lives today. Now we realize that narrow views will only prevent Your power from working in our lives. Give us eyes like Yours so that we can see Your great plans in our lives. In the name of the Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”