God’s Commitment to You

Shyju Mathew

"Experience the Word of God, in the power of the Spirit."

June 4, 2011

This is a guest blog by Nima Wilson. She worked as an Accounts Professor in an Engineering College. Now she works as a prayer coordinator for SMMinistries while assisting part time as an English Teacher at a home school. She is married to Wilson, they are blessed with a beautiful daughter Michelle. You can follow her on twitter here.


Revelation 21:6 says, “…I am the Beginning and the end…

If we understand the truth here, it will set our hearts free from all fear. God assures us through the word saying that He is the one who will begin a work and the one who will bring it to a perfect completion, in Philippians 1:6 “He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”

He is committed to bless us in and through all our situations. Sometimes we believe that God has initiated a work but I have to work out the other things in my own strength.

But the truth is that when He begins, He will work it out. He promises that He will never leave you nor forsake you. There are times when things seem to go wrong in your life. It doesn’t matter but be rest assured that God see you to the end and change it into a blessing in your life.

Are you worried saying will I ever get married? Will I succeed in my career? Will I be blessed? Don’t worry because he will bring it to a perfect completion as He is in control of your life. We may wonder what God’s thoughts toward me. His thoughts about your life are thoughts of peace. He will never have thoughts of destruction for you. God is committed to building up your life. God is committed to ensuring you have a good future, career, finance, health and marriage – A life in abundance.

But there is a requirement. The key is to have a relationship with God; a continuous fellowship. When you are in a love relationship with God, He will guide your steps and lead you to your destiny. He lives inside you to lead you into victory.

David sinned but because of his relationship with God, he was able to go to God as cry out for forgiveness. It does not matter how many times you fall as long as you keep coming back to the One you have a relationship with. God will restore you to where you were and will bless you abundantly. My God can and will sustain you.

God is committed to you as long as you have a relationship with him.

What are your worries? And what gives you comfort and assurance during those times?

She worked as a professor in a University. Now she works as a prayer coordinator for