The Privilege & The Price

There is a privilege and a price to walking in divine prosperity. You already have the privilege. Jesus Christ paid for you to have this privilege on the Cross. But, most people are not willing to pay the price to walk in divine prosperity. There’s a price of commitment that you have to pay — God has to know that He can trust you with His goods before He will give them to you.

God must know that you are completely sold out to Him, so that when you receive the abundance that He is trying to give you, you won’t turn to the world. You see, God gives His children divine prosperity to fulfill His purposes so that while they are fulfilling His plan they have everything they need to do so. God has to trust that you will use your prosperity to fulfill His plans and not your own. That’s the price you must pay. The price of being completely sold out for God. Until God sees that He can trust you; that you are willing to pay the price – you won’t receive all that He has for you.

If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land: – Isaiah 1:19


  

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2 thoughts on “The Privilege & The Price

  1. Today I Fully Embrace This Meditation Word Apostle The Privledge, I Already Have And The Price I Am Wilong To Pay To Walk In Divine Prosperity. My Heart Is To Please God In Everyway, To Be Completely Sold Out. God Can Trust Me To Fulfill His Plans and Purposes. I Will Continually To His Will And Purpose.

  2. Amen Apostle! I receive that there is a privilege and a price to walking in divine prosperity. I receive that I already have the privilege. Jesus Christ paid for me to have this privilege on the Cross. I receive that God gives His children divine prosperity to fulfill His purposes so that while they are fulfilling His plan they have everything they need to do so. I receive that God has to trust that I will use my prosperity to fulfill His plans and not my own. That’s the price I must pay. The price of being completely sold out for God. I receive it in the name of Jesus! Many Blessings Apostle Thompson! Amen!

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