July 30:2018

So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, “It is finished!” And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit.
John 19:30 (NKJV)


When Jesus made the proclamation that it is finished, He did not say it out of defeat, but of a certainty regarding His work. When Jesus said it is finished, it is indeed finished. Our lives as Christians are based on the finished work of Christ. Through this, you have authenticity and dominion over the works of the devil. You have access to the divine. Take assurance in this, and claim what is yours! The work Jesus came for was accomplished. He did not do it half-way; it was a finished work. What we have is in full measure. Complete! Glory to God!

It is based on the finished work that you have prosperity. What is declared about prosperity is the full gospel. The Greek word for prosperity relates to a good journey. Anything that will make you break out of a limitation is prosperity. Let the Lord be magnified, who has pleasure in the prosperity of His servants (Psalm 35:27). If God is not interested in your prosperity, He would not give you the power to get wealth. In addition to money, prosperity also includes health, dominion, peace and security. May you prosper and be in health, even as your souls prosper.

God will never turn His face away from you because you are precious to Him. This is your reality! It is God's will for you to prosper. His blessings maketh rich and addeth no sorrow. No matter the current situation, it will get better.

Beloved, God is your El-Shaddai - the Almighty. He is your all-sufficient source and all-sufficient supplier. He is your Jehovah Jireh - the Lord your Provider. He sees way ahead of any need that may emanate in the future. Before you get to a place of want, His provision is made available. The opportunity waits for you. God is good!

Additional Scripture Reference(s): Luke 7:19-22 Romans 8

Prayer & Confession of Faith

Dear Lord, I lean to You my El-Shaddai and Jehovah Jireh. I move into the place of prosperity, health, dominion, peace, in full measure. Thank You, for this glorious gift and the completed work on the cross of Calvary! Amen.

One Year Bible Reading: Romans 4

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