Jesus himself is faithful. Therefore when we have doubts or our hope isn’t yet fully formed faith, we can rely on His faith to sustain us as we grow and mature.
We are already seated with Him in heavenly places in our spirit as part of the New Covenant. Since we’re already in His presence we’ve already entered it. We live there! We just need to let that out from within our spirits so we can bring God’s presence to this hurting world.
Jesus said that when we first seek God’s Kingdom, prioritize Him and His ways then everything to thrive in life would be added to us. That’s how to set a prosperous course.
Literally, the farmer must work before he can enjoy the harvest. You can’t have the glory unless you do the work. You must have your own personal revelation before you export it. A farmer doesn’t cram for a harvest like a student crams for a test.
When we commit to God, walk in His ways, and reflect His character then He will sustain us and hold us up in his place of blessing and we will prosper.
When we plan, give God something to work with, and step out in faith THEN he will guide our steps. The key is looking to him throughout the process.
A reputation for honesty and integrity is ultimately far more valuable than any amount of money in your bank account. A wise person thinks about the long term effects of his decisions instead of the short term gain.
Jesus came into this world with a purpose. When we embody Jesus and do what he did we tear down the devil’s destructive schemes by bringing life to a hurting world.
God provides for his children. Even when those who are strong all around us are in financial hard times we can prosper by believing in, and receiving God’s supernatural provision.
Seeking God and his ways truly is wisdom. So much so that God himself notices people who seek after him. He’s looking out for that very thing.