Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus
Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings
in heavenly places in Christ (Ephesians 1:3).
Notice the construction above; the Apostle
Paul wasn’t praying or making entreaties or
begging God for spiritual blessings, no! It’s an energetic
outburst of luxuriant, profuse, and exuberant worship.
He glorifies the Lord who has blessed us with all
spiritual blessings in the heavenly realms. He had the
mentality that he was already blessed with all spiritual
blessings that exist, and became poetic in praise. This
should be your testimony!
Be full of praise to God because there’s nothing
you don’t have, and there’s nothing you can’t do!
You’ve been endowed spiritually with all things, and
for all things. Why did Paul use the phrase “spiritual
blessings?” It’s because if you have the spiritual
blessings, then you have all earthly blessings, because
the spiritual gives birth to the physical. The lesser is
included in the greater.
This world came from the spirit realm. The Bible
says in the beginning, God created the heaven and the
earth (Genesis 1:1). God is a Spirit; so, the spirit-world
pre-existed the physical world. Therefore, the spiritual
blessings are greater than the physical blessings,
because they’re the ones that give rise to the physical blessings. So, there’s no need to beg God to bless you; instead, become exuberant with Him in praise for already blessing you with all spiritual blessings. He’s given you all things (1 Corinthians 3:21), and made you a partaker of His divine nature (2 Peter1:4). He’s made you sufficient in His sufficiency; to be fruitful and productive in every good work. He’s given you His Spirit to lead and guide you in wisdom to fulfil your destiny in Him and be all that He’s ordained you to be. This should be your thinking, testimony, and
worship. Learn to say, “Blessed be God, who has blessed me in all things, and made me the testimony of His glory and revelation of His grace and righteousness.” You’re the blessed of the Lord, and not only that, you’re also the conveyor and vent of His blessings.
Dear heavenly Father, I worship
and extol your Majesty today,
for you’ve blessed me with
all spiritual blessings in the
heavenly realms in Christ.
I’m conscious that I’m the
conveyor of your blessings,
imparting my generation with
the blessings of your Kingdom,
in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
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