Jesus came into the world to give you life, and that more abundantly. This abundance does not only flow in spiritual prosperity of deep and intimate fellowship with God, but also flows in physical and material abundance. In Christ Jesus, abundance is yours! Of a truth, the good news Jesus announced in Luke 4:18-19 included liberation from poverty. The Word tells us that Jesus came to preach the good news to the poor. What can good news to the poor mean other than deliverance from poverty, which is prosperity? The message of prosperity is good news to the poor; it is the overflowing life of living in abundance and having more than enough in order that you might be a blessing to your world. With this in mind and well understood, you ought not to confess lack anymore, for all your needs are supplied in Christ according to His riches in glory! Hallelujah! Now, understand that Satan is the devourer, the thief, and the destroyer. The devil seeks to consume our resources, deplete our money, and frustrate our financial initiative. You are not ignorant of Satan’s devices, so resist him and he will flee from you (James 4:7).
Beloved, listen to this carefully, when you honour God with your substance and the firstfruit of all your increase, He says that you will have plenty of resources to be able to meet your needs and the needs of others (Proverbs 3:9-10). Plenty means sufficient income, more than enough money, and satisfaction. When you give your tithes and offerings, God promises to deliver you from hand-to-mouth lifestyle and to prosper your way (Malachi 3:10). Listen, you can confess and give your way into abundance, the place where God supplies all your needs according to His riches in glory. Know this for sure that the life that overflows with prosperity is a giving life which in turn attracts all the goodness for abundance and financial and material prosperity. Make sure you are on the giving side of life. That’s where to be and to abide in. Hallelujah!!!
MY SOLID FRONT (YOUR CONFESSION):
In the Name of Jesus Christ, I declare that I now have the means to provide adequately for my family. I am in command of money; money is no longer in command of me. I give cheerfully and liberally to my Lord, and He gives back to me in good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over. Amen.
Luke 6:38; 2 Corinthians 9:6-10.