2 Cor 5:17 Therefore if any person is [ingrafted] in Christ (the Messiah) he is a new creation (a new creature altogether); the old [previous moral and spiritual condition] has passed away. Behold, the fresh and new has come! [Amp]
As you think on 2 Cor 5:17, Remember the nation of Israel, and the transition from Egypt to Canaan. This journey from bondage to freedom, with an itinerary length of 11 days. However unbelief ran unchecked through the camp.
Many are still in transition in spiritual lives. Unbelief has subtly moved unchecked in our lives leaving us in transition. In the forty years of wandering (transition) Israel did not suffered from famine or lack, God supplied their needs.
How has your life changed since salvation? Can you identify when your transition ended? Are you walking in the abundance of the promise of Canaan? Serving God is not one dimensional, nor is it limited to him just meeting our basic needs. God’s will is to do exceedingly above all we can ask or imagine.
Serving God comes with all privileged and benefits as heirs of salvation, if you stuck in transition God is waiting for you to stop looking at the familiar of the past. Fear will make you stay in the comfort of your experience thereby robbing you of the blessing of the future.
As Caleb stated with great confidence, we are well able to take possession of the promises of God! Numbers 14:24 reads; But My servant Caleb, because he has a different spirit and has followed Me fully, I will bring into the land into which he went, and his descendants shall possess it.[AMP] Your walk with God should be in faith, not in conforming what ifs. Step into your destiny and possess the promises of God!