The precious things of God are given to the trusted. Will you be satisfied with what the devil can give you? Or will you say “No, I want what God has for me.” David said “as the deer panteth for the water so my heart pants for you oh God” (Ps.42:1). That’s a heart condition. It doesn’t cost God anything to do miracles; it doesn’t take any extra power to give you a jet than a bicycle. If your heart is right, there’s no height to which God cannot take you.
If you begin to operate in a dimension of power that has been reserved in your destiny now with the way your heart is, will anybody still be able to talk to you? Just a little promotion has taken many away from fellowship with God. How much more God can release to you is determined by the condition of your heart. When God wants to take us further and higher, He will work more on our hearts, so that we can be trustworthy. Little wonder the brothers of Joseph could not have fulfilled his destiny. If they were the ones in Joseph’s role and became prime ministers, they would have revenged. God knew their hearts before he chose Joseph and not anyone of them.
God knew David was the one that could do his destiny and not his brothers. When Goliath confronted the army of Israel, it was not a matter of skill or ability; it was a matter of heart. They were soldiers, they all had weapons but they didn’t have the same heart. What your heart cannot handle, God cannot trust into your hand. Some pastors pray to God for a bigger church, but the question God is asking is, “Can your heart handle it?” It doesn’t take God anything to send people to you; it doesn’t take God any effort to use you. If God uses you to raise the dead can you still come and sit down in church and learn? Can your heart handle it as a church member?