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Genesis in the KJV Bible on Parchment Paper

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The blessings of Abraham belong to you (Galatians 3:8). As a believer you are a joint heir to The Kingdom (Romans 8:17). Your benefits are the best ever. You receive blessings on earth as it is in heaven. You even have blessings stored up for you. You are blessed coming in and going out. You are blessed in the field and in the city (Deuteronomy 28:3). Everywhere your feet tread upon belongs to you. Where ever The Lord leads you, you will prosper.  You prosper in wisdom and in knowledge. You prosper in health and in strength. You prosper in your finances, so you can be a blessing to The Kingdom. Your children prosper and their children.

You are blessed! You belong to The Father, God almighty Himself, Who has abundance. Your family is rich! We have accesses to it all. If we seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness all things will be added to us (Matthew 6:33). He promised to give us good measure, pressed down, shaking together, and running over (Luke 6:38). Our God said He will supply all of our need according to His riches and glory (Philippians 4:19). The blessings of Abraham belong to us, if we are in a place of obedience. Are we tithing, praying, seeking God, and doing what He says to do? If you are and you feel you haven’t received enough, do more. He wants more of you. He wants more of your time. He wants more of your heart. The Lord wants you to become more like Him. Use Him as an example. He has already done it all for you.

Now He wants more of you. He became poor so you may become rich (2 Corinthians 8:9). It’s already down. You are blessed! You shall reap if you faint not (Galatians 6:9). God has ordained you to be blessed, to live blessed, and to bless others. We are the generation He has chosen to do just that. We have to make our minds up to do what we should to please our Father to receive the outpour. We are a blessed generation and our blessings come from The Lord.

Scripture of the Day: He replied, “Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” – Luke 11:28

article courtesy of TheStreamingFaith.com

Daily Devotional: “My Cup Runneth Over” was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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