God’s Provision

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Sow For A Harvest

““As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.”” Genesis‬ ‭8:22‬ ‭NIV‬‬


Many people, when they see crops being harvested, say, “Wow! Look at the bountiful harvest. God is really blessing this farmer!” They see the harvest, but they didn’t see the sowing. They didn’t see the seeds being planted by the patient farmer.

Sometimes, when we see a believer clearly walking in God’s provision, we may forget that the person has been sowing “seeds” for a long time and that what we are seeing now is simply the reaping of his harvest. We only see the blessing. We don’t see the sowing.

God promises us that as long as the earth remains, “seedtime and harvest…shall not cease.” As long as you sow seeds, you can expect a harvest. So start sowing some seeds today for your own future harvest.

If you need a financial breakthrough, for example, start sowing money into God’s kingdom. Look for good ground and sow. If you need more health, start praying for the sick. If you need more friends, be a friend to someone who is lonely. Sow in the areas in which you want to see a harvest and start expecting God to bless you in those areas. It may take a while before you see your harvest, but as God has promised, as long as the earth remains, seedtime and harvest will not cease and your harvest will come!


Blessed To Be A Blessing (PP-91)


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Blessed To Be A Blessing (PP-91)

Listen to the words that God pronounced over Abraham: “I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing” (Genesis 12:2).

My friend, as you trust God to walk more and more in the fullness of Abraham’s blessing, have a revelation that He blesses you because He loves you, and gives to you the privilege of being a practical extension of His love to your community, your country and beyond.

God’s financial provision is for a divine purpose. Don’t use people and love money. Instead, use money to love people! When it comes to our relationship with people, it is always more blessed to give than to receive.

Have an abundant eye and heart, look around for people in need and bless them. Let your light so shine before all men for the glory of the name of Jesus Christ! Today, see His abundant grace abounding toward you and your family so that you will have an abundance for every good work!

God Blesses You, The Righteous


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God Blesses You, The Righteous

Whenever you find a promise or blessing for the righteous in the Bible, grab hold of it by saying, “Father, I receive this blessing in Jesus’ name!”

For example, when you read in Proverbs 10:6 that blessings are on the head of the righteous, say, “Thank You, Father, this promise is for ME because I have been made righteous through faith in Jesus and His finished work!”

So every day, instead of fearing that lack will devour you, expect God’s provision and blessings to hunt you down and surround you! Expect good things to happen to you. Say, “Father, I thank You that Your blessings crown my head. Your bountiful provisions are upon me and my household!”

Beloved, the more you begin to believe and speak words of abundance, provision and increase, the more you will experience the blessings of the righteous!

You Cannot Exhaust His Supply


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You Cannot Exhaust His Supply

Let’s look at the miracle that Jesus performed in the feeding of the 5,000. This is the only miracle He performed that is recorded in all of the four Gospel accounts!

This tells us that Jesus wants us to draw out all the hidden revelations in this miracle. Notice, for example, how John records that the people ate “as much as they wanted” until “they were FILLED.” In other words, they ate and ate until they could eat no more! Everyone ate to his heart’s content and still there was plenty left over—12 baskets full, to be precise!

God’s supply of provision will always exceed your demand. He is such a BIG God, there is nothing He cannot do. My friend, don’t look to the world to supply your lack. Be wise—don’t touch easy loans with exorbitant interest rates hidden in the fine print, and become trapped in a financially sapping cycle of debt. Look to Jesus, His ways and His supply that never fails!

The Lord’s Heart Is To See You Blessed


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The Lord’s Heart Is To See You Blessed

When John, the apostle of love, wrote the Book of 3 John, he was already an elderly man, who had walked with the Lord for many years. If any man knew what the Lord’s heart for His people was, it was John.

John knew beyond the shadow of a doubt that the Lord’s heart for His people is that they be blessed and be in health, even as their souls are blessed. It simply delights His heart when His people are experiencing blessings in every area of their lives.

Beloved, the Lord is pleased when you are happy and healthy, enjoying your marriage, children and career. He is pleased when you can put food on the table, and have more than enough to be a blessing to the people around you.

You Have Jesus—You Have Everything!


Today I am reading day 1 of Joseph Prince: Experiencing God’s Provision:

You Have Jesus—You Have Everything!

When you love someone deeply, you would want to give that person your very best. To show your love to that person, you would give him or her what you value the most.

My friend, that’s exactly what God did when He gave you JESUS. Jesus is the apple of God’s eye, heaven’s darling Son. Yet, God gave Him up for you because that’s how much He loves you. God wants you to have His very best!

And Jesus is God’s best for us because when we have Jesus, we have EVERYTHING! Jesus is our wisdom, our righteousness, our sanctification, our redemption, our success. In Him are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge!

Beloved, you are truly rich because you have Christ. And in Christ you are COMPLETE. Don’t wait to have this or that before you feel complete. You are already complete in Christ—your all in all!

My journey with Christ

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