3 Ways To Qualify For God’s Abundance
Godly prosperity has a purpose that is bigger than you. It is his will to give you prosperity so that you can become a blessing to others. We all want to live in abundance but the question is Do you qualify? These 3 tips will put you on the right path to receive all that God has for you.
Remember that God is your source
God will always be your source when you qualify for his abundance. Philippians 4:19 gives you the assurance that God will supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Most people forget this promise when their resources start to run out. They forget that God is their source. It is God who insures your success every year, it is God who has the power to meet your needs, and it is God who has the power to give you more than enough so that you can bless others in his name. He has promised that no matter how old you get, he will take care of you, you will never have to beg for a thing when you remember who is your source. Psalm 37:25 says I have never seen the righteous forsaken nor his seed begging for bread. When you qualify for his abundance God will never forsake you.
Delight yourself in God
When you delight yourself in God, everything you do will prosper. God has a generous heart, and he wants you to have abundance. But to qualify for God’s abundance you must get rid of that poverty mentality and delight yourself in God. Your broke mentality does not qualify you for God’s abundance. This type of mentality will have you speaking the language of lack and poverty and that is not of God and especially not his will for you. The way to avoid this mentality is to delight yourself in God, in other words, take pleasure in God, get excited about God’s promises for your abundance and declare that you will not live in lack any longer, that you will be blessed in the city and blessed in the field. Your faith will set you free from financial failure when you delight yourself in God.
Choose to give
The difference between living in poverty and living in prosperity is a choice. But remember choices have consequences. Israel had to make a choice of life or death. (Deuteronomy 30:19) It’s not by chance you are blessed it’s by choice that you are blessed. Giving is also a choice. Jesus said if you give, it will be given back to you. (Luke 6:38). When you choose to give and give cheerfully, you are qualified for God’s abundance. In return, you will receive a “four way gain” (1) good measure, (2) pressed down, (3) shaken together, and (4) running over.