“And the Lord shall make thee the head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath; if that thou hearken unto the commandments of the Lord thy God, which I command thee this day, to observe and to do them.”
Do you know the difference between the head and the tail? The head takes decisions while the tail is dragged around by forces that cannot be controlled. The time has come for us not to be the tail, but the head. This means you do not have to be a passive spectator of your own life. Get off the stands and be involved.
As we grow, we must come to a point where we exercise dominion. This means you control and subdue situations rather than being a victim of circumstances.
Recently, I went to a site. When I got there, the foreman said to me, “Our tanks are dry. We need to buy water.”
“We will not buy any water.” I replied.
“What will we do?” he asked.
I said to him, “I will pray that it will rain for two days so the tanks will be full.” Then I prayed.
Within two days, it rained and all the tanks were full. That is dominion! Use the Scriptures by confessing and exercising authority over every situation in your life today!