The Implications of “Won’t He Do It”

Scripture:  Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.
1 John 4:1 Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.

Let’s examine the popular phrase, Wont He do It!
Are all implications properly considered and included?

The IT that’s referred to carries uncertainties and questions
Did the Lord really approve what we’ve personally requested?

We assume the IT will result in our gain, favor, or blessing
Yet, denying, the IT may result in our trials, sufferings, and testing

Failing to pray to determine whether the Lord was even in IT
Possibly, shouting for joy, when the IT, may not even be fitting

Yet, the most common praise we hear today is, Won’t He Do IT
Claiming it’s a blessing, without knowing if the Lord is connected to IT

Certainly, Wont He do IT indicates He’s able, reliable, and capable
Certainly, Wont He do IT indicates He’s mysterious and unpredictable

Therefore, Wont He Do IT should reflect biblical truth and implications
This will indicate prayer, faith, and obedience is directly associated

So, we must examine what’s presented before saying, IT’s of the Lord
Allowing Him to determine, IT’s a blessing, or a gift we can’t afford

Wont He do it implies, He is my one and only source
Wont He do It implies, good or bad, I’m content with the course

Wont He do it implies, the Lord gets all the credit
Won’t He do it implies, I’m biblically dependent and directed

Wont He do it implies, I’ve embraced His will, rather than my own
Wont He do it implies, my faith is beyond what’s physically shown

Prayer: Lord, we believe You can do anything You want to do. But, we have an understanding Your thoughts are not ours. Please clarify and filter what is of You and not of You. This request is made in Your Son’s name, Amen!

(by Glenny Z. Moore)






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