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|Written by drk|
|Friday, 16 January 2009 08:02|
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Prosperity is remaining at Holy rest and peace with God and yourself -- and being fulfilled by what you do. Prosperity means that you appreciate and enjoy your life, your spiritual relationships, your career, and your family. Prosperity means that you have the ability to influence your present generation.
After all, this is your life .. and you and I need to break through past the daily news, beyond what everyone is saying, and far away from all the old religious barriers that speak limitation and opposition. We fail because of false expectations. We fail because of negative thinking. We fail because others try to take away our hope.
Yet, reading all of the parables of Jesus, we find that over half of them used money and finances as a teaching tool. That's indication that perhaps we should address this topic more than we do! We need to find the truth about God's intention for our lives.
Remember, you are a spiritual person who is moving toward greater spiritual realization. Revelation is awaiting your open understanding! The Holy Spirit will guide you and change you. Become razor-sharp with expectation. Dust off the old man and past limitations and leap forward to your potential. Dominion success is who you are - your DNA is programmed to achieve.
However, we don't see Jesus extending the Levitical priesthood in the New Testament Church. He never appointed one single priest (we are all priests because of Him). The New Testament Church is not intended to be a Levitical system in any way. Therefore, the Levirate structure is not the intended way to run or to finance New Testament Church.
Having been steeped in religious doubt and years of dulling and numbing discouragement about God's plan for prosperity, most of us have trouble really establishing a correct and Godly mindset about the Divine intention of prosperity! Our thoughts about success and what we deserve begin in earliest childhood - and we must learn to reprogram out mind. When merely sustaining and getting by are not longer enough - we begin to search for ways to move forward. It is not time to withdraw, it is time to press.
Genesis tells us about a famine in the land when Isaac wanted to see Abimelech (the Philistine king of Gerar) and the Lord appeared saying, “Don’t go down to Egypt.” Isaac stayed and now read Genesis 26:12-18: “Then Isaac sowed in THAT land and reaped in that SAME YEAR a hundredfold; and the Lord blessed him.” Then, Isaac built an altar, pitched his tent, and dug a well in Beersheba (26:23).
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