The Best Is Yet To Come
Scripture Text :“Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had too much to drink; but you have saved the best till now.” John 2 :10
Jesus always gives His very best to us.
Jesus and His disciples attended a wedding feast in Cana. Mary, Jesus’s mother, was there. She told Jesus that there was no more wine for the guests. Jesus told the servants to fill six large stone jars with water. He then turned the water into wine.
He told the servants to take wine from the jars and serve it to the ruler of the feast. The ruler of the feast was surprised when he drank the wine and said the best wine was usually served at the beginning of a feast. But this time, the best wine was served last.
In the creation story, God created man on the last day. He saved the best for the last day of His creation.
Noami lost her husband and two sons. She went through many bitter experiences. God blessed her daughter in law Ruth and she married Boaz and gave birth to a son.
The women said to Naomi: “Praise be to the Lord, who this day has not left you without a guardian-redeemer. May he become famous throughout Israel! He will renew your life and sustain you in your old age. Ruth 4 :14-15
God can turn your life into something greater than what you have lost. God wants to perform miracles, signs and wonders in our lives. He has saved the best for us but we will only receive it if we prepare – believe in Him and Pray.
Do not think the best is behind you, it is yet to come. God will fulfill it for you.
Do you remember the days you prayed for the things that you have now?
Likewise, God will soon answer your prayers for the rest of it, in His own perfect time.
As we start this new month I want to encourage you, the best is yet to come. God gave Abraham the best when he was 100 years of age. Everything can change.
Our God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly above all you could ever ask or think.
Therefore, remember the best is yet to come.
God isn’t finished with us yet. My best, your best… is yet to come!