Sunday, March 11, 2012

Showers of Blessing!

“Then Elisha said, “Hear the word of the LORD. Thus says the LORD: ‘Tomorrow about this time a seah of fine flour shall be sold for a shekel, and two seahs of barley for a shekel, at the gate of Samaria2 Kings 7:1.

The situations are all adverse for the King of Samaria. The King himself was responsible for all the calamities but he puts the blame on Prophet Elisha. The officer in charge also joins the King to blame Prophet Elisha. 2 Kings 6:32 says that the king even sent a messenger to kill the Prophet. But the Prophet prophesies a blessing upon the people by which the famine is going to end and there is going to be abundance in Samaria. The King’s officer could not believe the prophecy because he could not digest the volume of the Prosperity that is going to come.

I have seen people reject “Prosperity” because they think it is not from God and in their own words ‘it is demonic.’ All of a sudden they become too “spiritual.” God wants His people to live in Supernatural Prosperity. Let me tell you, the negative speaking will see God’s prosperity but will not enjoy it and that is exactly what happened to the king’s officer.

The four lepers who were at the entrance of the gate took a step of faith and entered the enemy’s camp. In 2 Kings 7:8 we read, “they went into one tent and ate and drank, and carried from it silver and gold and clothing ….. Whatever the Samarians lacked was found in the enemy’s camp. God used the four lepers to bring in the blessing of the Lord to Samaria although they were not allowed in the city.

I know there are Preachers and Pastors who do not believe in God’s Prosperity but on the other hand live in abundance. Dear believer, even if you do not believe in God’s Supernatural Prosperity, please do not speak against it. God’s Prosperity is not just finance but it is prosperity in all areas of your life. That is exactly what God has intended for you.

A blessing is at your doorstep. Be ready to receive it. It could be today, tomorrow or any moment.

Be Blessed!

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