Great is the peace of my children for they are taught of the Lord, they are protected, healthy, wealthy, and anointed.
And all thy children shall be taught of the LORD; and great shall be the peace of thy children (Isaiah 54:13).
In today’s study we are reminded that our children are important to the Lord. These precious gifts are covered by supernatural and divine protection. They have health, wealth, and the power of God inside of them. Isaiah 54:13 encourages us to rest in the covenant of peace God has promised our children.
In this written study we are going to look at some “Word of God” keys concerning our children. Let’s get back to the basics. We walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). We are not governed by any negative things we see going on in the lives of our children. Instead, we are governed by faith in what God says concerning our children. Faith is kept alive by our hope, and hope is activated by consistent and fervent confession of the Word of God; particularly over our children.
Confessing the Word is like planting seed, which always places a demand upon the earth to produce fruit after its own kind. Our hearts are the good ground, and when we confess great peace over our children, we plant spiritual seed in our hearts and in theirs.
The only way God’s promises regarding your children can be broken is by what YOU do! The activation of your child’s supernatural protection, divine health, wealth, anointing, and covenant peace is determined by how much of the Word you teach them.
Isaiah 54:13 says “All thy children shall be taught of the LORD; and great shall be the peace of thy children.”
Teaching is the key, along with prayer. Stay confident in knowing the Word of God is the seed that will not return void but will prosper in the places where it has been planted (Isaiah 55:11). It is incorruptible seed that will never perish (1 Peter 1:23). Encourage yourself in the Word when you see your children struggling spiritually. When the prayers of the righteous are fervent, they will avail much in the lives of their children (James 5:16).