In our Focal Scripture, Samuel said to Saul, “Is it not because the Lord has anointed thee to be captain over his inheritance”? Samuel’s statement came in form of a question, yet it was a question that explained God’s intention for raising Saul as king. Samuel’s question was an explanation for the greatness that was about to manifest in the life of Saul. Samuel’s question was an answer in itself.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: every question in your life is about to become an answer. Every difficulty around you shall become a testimony. Every roadblock that seems to have halted your movement and reduced your chances shall become a platform for a greater rising. Every puzzle you have been unable to deal with will soon become a tale of dances and celebrations. Every human question in your life shall lead to a divine answer.
It may have been awkward for Saul to become king in a nation that had never had a king, but God Himself was the reason why that happened. God was the reason why the greatness of Saul manifested in new, unprecedented dimensions. Hear me as I hear the Lord: for every question that men have thrown at your life, God Himself will show up mightily to cause a disruption of negativity and an enthronement of positivity.
When next life throws a question at you, remind that question that you serve a God who changes questions to answers. When next life throws puzzles that are difficult to deal with, remind life that God Himself is the Master at putting puzzles together. Your questions are becoming answers; your hitches are becoming triumphs; your delays are becoming acceleration; your stagnation is becoming advancement.
Ask God to take up every question in your life and replace same with answers. Ask God to cause your puzzle to become testimonies that sound like lies.