Send Now Prosperity


Send Now Prosperity!

Good Morning

This morning I would like to share on on these words “SEND NOW PROSPERITY” taken from Psalms 118:25.

We thank God for His mercy which will endure forever and ever. In every situation of our need, His mercy is always available.

Yes that how the Psalmist David began his exaltation of God in Psalms 118. From verse 2-4, David declared 3 groups of people to have the mercy of God: (1) the Nation of Israel, (2) the house of Aaron and (3) those who have reverence of the Lord: In these verses, notice the word “SAY” repeated in each verse. Surely, David was teaching us  a principle of calling forth! In scriptures, every time a word is repeated, it is calling our attention to its importance. Let’s read them:-

2 Let Israel now SAY, that his mercy endureth for ever.
3 Let the house of Aaron now SAY, that his mercy endureth for ever.
4 Let them now that fear the LORD SAY, that his mercy endureth for ever.

(I have capitalized the word)

Now let’s see what David declared in verse 28:-

“25 Save now, I beseech thee, O LORD: O LORD, I beseech thee, SEND NOW PROSPERITY“.

Do you see it? He call forth “Prosperity”!

Let me share a short testimony. I became a believer some 32 years ago. Once I got hold of the revelation of confessing the word to possess, I have never since stopped declaring and decreeing God’s Promises over myself and family. We thank God that all of us have enjoyed the benefit of the power of God’s Word over our lives, His health, strength, peace, joy and His provision. I remember one scripture which says “Your word is medicine to our entire body”! I have never failed to declare this scripture everyday and we are enjoying the fruits. That is quoted in Proverbs 4:22 “For they are life to those that find them, and health to all their flesh.”

Amen, what do you need today? Then call forth them forth:-

Call forth peace, and confusion will go.

Call forth strength and weakness surely will leave.

Call forth wealth and poverty will leave.

Yes call forth health, and all sickness will flee!

Be blessed

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