In Esther 3 vs. 1, after Mordecai had revealed the evil plot of Bigthana and Teresh, Haman was honoured. Haman took the honour that ought to have been given to Mordecai. In our Focal Scripture, when the king asked questions about what should be done to honour a man whom the king is delighted in, Haman thought he was about to be honoured again. He thought the negative pattern of taking another man’s honour was to happen again. It seemed that negativity was to happen again.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: that negative pattern that happened before will not happen again. That loss that happened before will not happen again; that diversion that happened before will not happen again; that disaster that happened before will not happen again; that misfortune that happened before will not happen again; that rejection that happened before will not happen again; negativity will not have a second tenure.
When Haman was honoured the first time, he made the Jews his targets, and even plotted to kill Mordecai in gallows he had prepared. The first outing of negativity had a negative impact, and there was no need for a second coming for negativity. Hear me again: that negativity that happened before and brought you tears will not happen again. That situation that arose in the past and crushed you will not crush you again.
Mordecai’s family had been honoured before when Esther became queen; Haman had also been honoured before to Mordecai’s detriment. When it was time for what will happen again, it was the positive (honour to Mordecai’s family) that happened again. Hear me as I hear the Lord: the positives in your life will happen again and again; good news will happen again and again; miracles will jam miracles.
Prayerfully put an end to every cycle of negativity that has been operational in your life. Negativity has no business happening again.