Enjoying Abundance During Recession - Rev. Kola Ewuosho
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Enjoying Abundance During Recession

Enjoying Abundance During Recession

Genesis 26 is a case study on all the factors involved in enjoying abundance during recession. The basis of God’s blessings is the blessing of the covenant of Abraham. Deuteronomy 8:18 says God gives us the power to get wealth to establish His covenant. Obedience and service to God are conditions for living days in pleasures and spending years in prosperity (Job 36:11). Isaac obeyed God and sowed in the land of famine. The blessing of God makes rich and adds no sorrow (Proverbs 10:22). The blessing thrives in the midst of trouble. Isaac’s obedience was the key to activating the existing covenant God had with His father, Abraham. He also sowed in the land and reaped a hundred fold in the same year. Isaac began to prosper and continued until he was very prosperous. Isaac put God first, respected God’s Word and built his life around God’s covenant Word to him. Even when he was envied, Isaac refused to walk in strife with those who wanted his father’s well. Strife-free obedience characterised his lifestyle. When you know the quality and power of the relationship you have with God, it makes a difference. Remember his father Abraham also never wanted to walk in strife with Lot, his cousin, when their workmen had strife amongst them (Genesis 13-14). 

God bless you!

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