How To Prosper In A Time Of Famine – Part I

These are crazy times. Corporate bailouts, rampant foreclosures, sky rocketing unemployment, and stock markets in the tank are all hallmarks of today’s unstable economics. In these times of financial uncertainty we need a strong mental and spiritual foundation to keep our minds intact. It’s very easy to fall into despair as we see our carefully laid plans fall apart (and that’s if we had any plans to begin with). What, if anything does the bible have to say about enduring a time of lack? What can we do to be more productive in a time of lack? And what can we do if we simply weren’t prepared for this?
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How To Prosper In A Time of Famine – Part II

In the first installment of How To Prosper In A Time of Famine (click here to read Part I) we studied some general rules that govern prosperity in any season, especially famine season. These were the laws of obedience and productivity, and they virtually guarantee that you’ll be prepared to prosper during famine. The first two laws are about positioning yourself, even after famine has started, to receive God’s promised blessings. Now we will look at two individuals who took the final step in Gods plan of prosperity; that is while they were operating under obedience and being productive, they listened for God’s voice and followed his plan to the letter. This allowed them to enter into the ever elusive realm of overflow and they both became a blessing to those around them. This process yielded great prosperity and success for these two in times of famine, the man of faith Isaac, and the man of vision Joseph.
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I Am [Poem Of Revelation]

I am the righteousness of God, but it wasn’t always so
see there were times when just like you, me and God went blow for blow
because in my ignorance I really didn’t know, what it meant to made in his image
and so I decided I would row
against the grain and against the current of His will for my life
behaving like a bastard child who wasn’t born into the marvelous light
see I’ve smoked that, drank that, been there and done that
you don’t have to walk my road, there’s a better way for you to act
and it all rest on this simple fact, that Jesus already paid the price
no need to roll the dice, don’t play games with your eternal life.
from all the things I did when I was in Satan’s glory
all I have left is my witness, my personal redemption story
my testimony, my testament to His infinite grace and love
that even in my sin he loved me, unmerited favor from above
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Who’s Your Daddy

Today I pose a simple question…Who’s Your Daddy?

Many Christian believers take for granted they are OK with God, and that their salvation and eternal inheritance is intact. But I ask you, if there is no corresponding action that demonstrates your faith, did you really receive the gift? Are you really saved? A child can only receive inheritance from his Father, either natural or adopted. But I ask you… Today, right now, as evidenced by your words, thoughts and actions… Who’s Your Daddy? Prayerfully examine the following scripture verses, and if your not sure where you stand, repent and reconnect with your Father in heaven:

(1Jn 3:9 AMP) No one born (begotten) of God [deliberately, knowingly, and habitually] practices sin, for God’s nature abides in him [His principle of life, the divine sperm, remains permanently within him]; and he cannot practice sinning because he is born (begotten) of God.

(1Jn 3:10 AMP) By this it is made clear who take their nature from God and are His children and who take their nature from the devil and are his children: no one who does not practice righteousness [who does not conform to God’s will in purpose, thought, and action] is of God; neither is anyone who does not love his brother (his fellow believer in Christ).

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