God With Us

Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us. – Matthew 1:23

Emmanuel means “God With Us.” It means that God is with you in every aspect of your life. So, God is with you in your finances. God is saying, “I’m in this with you, won’t you trust me?”

See, one of the major things to renewing your mind to the prosperity and goodness of God is knowing that God cares about your financial situation.

What does that mean?

It means that if you’re struggling financially, God is not in agreement with your situation.

One of the Lord’s hopes is that you would let minimum undress you and let Him dress you up in abundant life. You do that by making Him your source – making Him your supplier – and making Him your substance. Whatever substance you need to live on this earth (silver, gold, money or whatever is being used) – The God that is with you wants you to have plenty of it.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “God With Us

  1. Amen Apostle, I Receive That God Is With Me. However, I Comprehend, That Where There Is Financial Struggle Situation, God Is Not In Agreement. God Is With Me, As I Totally Trust Him, Making Him My Only Source-Supplier. Which Means Whatever Substance That Is Required On This Earth – The God With Me Has PLENTY of It.

  2. Amen Apostle! I receive that Emmanuel means “God With Us.” I receive that it means that God is with me in every aspect of my life. I receive that one of the major things to renewing my mind to the prosperity and goodness of God is knowing that God cares about my financial situation. I receive that one of the Lord’s hopes is that I would let minimum undress me and let Him dress me up in abundant life. I do that by making Him my source – making Him my supplier – and making Him my substance. I receive that whatever substance I need to live on this earth (silver, gold, money or whatever is being used) – The God that is with me wants me to have plenty of it. I receive it in Jesus’ name! Many blessings Sir. Amen!

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