And God is able to make all grace (everyfavor and earthly blessing) come to you
in abundance, so that you may alwaysand under all circumstances andwhatever the need be self-sufficient[possessing enough to require no aid orsupport and furnished in abundance forevery good work and charitabledonation] (2 Corinthians 9:8 AMPC).


As a Christian, never utter statements like,“Things are tight. I have to manage. If I give or spend so much, I won’t have anything left.” To have such a mindset is to put yourself in a position of disadvantage and financial jeopardy. Nevertalk lack, because you’re the seed of Abraham and allthings are yours in Christ: “And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to thepromise” (Galatians 3:29).God wants you to live at that higher level ofspiritual consciousness, where your spiritual eyes areopen to see that the whole world belongs to you.

As you consciously develop yourself in God’s Word, you’llrealise He’s already given you everything that pertainto life and godliness. Lay claim to your possessions by walking in the light of His Word.Walk in the practical consciousness of what the Word says about your Kingdom rights, privileges, andpossessions in Christ Jesus. Declare, “The Lord is myshepherd; therefore, I refuse to lack. Doors ofopportunities are open unto me. I’m blessed, and all my needs are abundantly supplied according to God’sriches in glory by Christ Jesus.

”The will of God and the certainty of the life of abundance He’s called you into is clearly revealed in our opening verse. He wants all grace—every favourand earthly blessing—to come to you in abundance,so that you may always and under all circumstancesand whatever the need, be self-sufficient, possessing enough to require no aid or support and furnished in abundance for every good work and charitable donation.

Believe, affirm, and be conscious that your life inChrist is one of endless supply and abundance. Learn what the Word says about God’s financial plan forHis children: about tithes and offerings, sowing andreaping, giving and receiving. Practise them and see
God’s blessings multiply in your life.



Dear Lord, you’re my Shepherd; therefore, I can
never lack! I’m walking in the light of my prosperity;
I have access to wealth untold! Lack and want aren’t
part of my life, because all things are mine in Christ
Jesus. Hallelujah!

                                              FURTHER STUDY:
2 Corinthians 8:9; Philippians 4:19; Psalm 23:1

                                    1 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN:
Romans 11:1-24 & Psalms 79-81
                                    2 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN:
Philippians 1:1-8 & Isaiah 59



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