He will hide you. People wont even see you. They wont even recognize the anointing and calling of God on your life. They won’t see the spiritual gifting you have. They will overlook you. They will bypass you for the next person. They will misunderstand you. They won’t listen to you sometimes. They wont even see or know the price you paid for you were always in the background. Always moving in secret. Cause He had you hidden. It will frustrate you. It may offend you. It may make you mad. It may discourage you. The Enemy may attack you in this place and say: “You are not worthy”….”You’re just not good enough”…”God is overlooking you”. Your mind wont be able to understand. Your flesh won’t be able to comprehend. But hang in there mighty one. But God. It may be what it is now, but it’s not what it seems. He’s working. He’s orchestrating. He’s depositing the Kingdom inside of you. He’s anointing you. He’s mantleing you. And when He brings you out of hiding, when He brings you out of that secret place, He will put you in the forefront before men and release the work of God inside of you to its fullest extent. He will reveal you to the world and exalt you in His presence for His glory. And those that thought you were just a lowly shepherd will see that there was always a king inside of you (David). Those that thought you were just a person plowing the ground will see that there was always a Prophet inside of you (Elisha). Those that thought you were just a Pharisee will see that there was always an Apostle inside of you (Paul). And all that was building and stirring in you all those years will come out of your belly like gushing rivers of living water that no one can stop.
“…but Mephibosheth thy master’s son shall eat bread alway at my table..As for Mephiboseth, said the king, he shall eat at my table, as one of the king’s sons.” 2 Samuel 9:10-11
Psalms 23:5 “Thou preparest a table before me…”
We have a seat at the King’s table. He put our name on that seat at His table with His blood. The cross made a way for us to have a seat at the King’s table to always eat bread. For if a son asks for bread would he give a stone? (Matt 6:9). He is the bread of life that satisfies the one who will sit at the table and eat. We can feast on the abundance of His table (Psalms 36:8). It didnt matter what Mephiboseth had done. It didn’t matter what his past looked like or the mistakes he made. It wasnt because he was “good enough”. It didnt have to do with merit. It was all dependent on king David. King David placed him at his table. And the King of kings has placed us at His table. Not dependent on us or anything we ever did or could do. It was completely dependent upon Him and the finished work of the cross. I have been placed by the King at His table as one of the King’s children. And so have you.
“As for ______, said the King, he/she shall eat at my table, as one of the King’s sons/daughters”.