There’re people who, at a certain time, were
doing very well in life; everything looked okay
with them. But somewhere along the line, they lost
everything they had acquired, not because somebody
stole from them, but what they possessed suddenly
became too small; the society grew bigger than them.
Suddenly, the money they had, which used to be
substantial, became paltry. Their vehicles became too
old, and outdated. Their lives took a downward slide;
everything simply changed.
What could have happened? They had thought
their lives would be beautiful all the way, but no; things
turned sour, and they couldn’t believe it. Some of them
have come to even accept that life is that way; “it’s full
of ups and downs,” they say. But they’re wrong! Jesus
said, “…I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye
should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit
should remain…” (John 15:16). That means endless
prosperity; your success shouldn’t be short-lived.
Think about David: the Bible says he died at a
good old age, having enjoyed long life, wealth and
honour (1 Chronicles 29:28). It was the same thing
Thus David the son of Jesse reigned over all Israel…
And he died in a good old age, full of days, riches,
and honour: and Solomon his son reigned in his
stead (1 Chronicles 29:26, 28).
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The Lord God is the source of
my prosperity! I’m established
in His righteousness, planted in
the house of the Lord; therefore,
I flourish like the palm tree, with
grace and glory! I bring forth fruit
in season, and out of season,
because I’m like a tree planted
by the waters, ever in blossom.
Glory to God!
Genesis 24:1; Deuteronomy 8:18; Psalm 1:1-3
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