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Daily Devotional - September 5th

Sep 5, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Daily Read - Ecclesiastes 10:1-12:14; 2 Corinthians 8:1-15; Psalm 49:1-20; Proverbs 22:20-21
 
2 Corinthians 8:9
 For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich,
yet for your sakes, He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.
   
How I desire for you to flow in the abundance of your inheritance in all areas of your being. I am Your Father and creator of all things. I have provided for you in ways that transcend your ability to comprehend with the natural mind. Press past this temporal world, where voices scream and cry out, dragging your attention into paralyzing prisons of fear, doubt, and unbelief. Come into the eternal unseen realm where all things are possible and there are no impossibilities. 
 
The riches of My Kingdom are revealed in this place.  Yes, hidden mysteries unveiled for you to behold. Abundance for every area continually flows and there is always more than enough. There is provision with a vision, a strategy of multiplication. Faith and joy are two components in this strategy, but the secret weapon that evil hates and vehemently tries to stop is giving. Giving of your time and attention; your spiritual gifts; your love and finances. In other words, giving in and from all areas of your life.
 
In My Kingdom, it is not just about giving, but it is giving beyond your ability because this opens the miracle realms of faith. The windows of heaven begin to open and pour out blessings you cannot contain enabling you to give more and then more begins to pour.  
 
In this day, even now.... listen. Can you hear the voice of My Spirit whispering in your ear? What is He saying to you? Now obey and give!   

Father, I desire to give with a new joy and expectancy, knowing what I give away multiplies in the Kingdom. I submit all blessings and giftings to Your sovereign and divine wisdom. I pray for your guidance in my stewardship. Lord, I desire to walk in purity and for my motivation to be that of building and enlarging Your Kingdom, not for self-exaltation or heaping treasures unto myself. I delve into the realms of the richness of who You are in my life.