Exodus 12:35-36 Contemporary English Version The Israelites had already done what Moses had told them to do. They had gone to their Egyptian neighbors and asked for gold and silver and for clothes. The Lord had made the Egyptians friendly toward the people of Israel, and they gave them whatever they asked for. In this way they carried away the wealth of the Egyptians when they left Egypt. Psalm 24:1 NLT The Earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it Psalm 119:58-59KJV I intreated thy favour with my whole heart: be merciful unto me according to thy word. I thought on my ways, and turned my feet unto thy testimonies.… Read MoreContinue Reading
DEFINITION OF PROSPERITY
Psalm 118:19 – 25 The word Prosperity (Prosper, Prosperous) has been bastardized in the body of Christ. Famous Pastors have not helped neither. It has been defined wrongly from the World-view rather than the Biblical view. The word Prosperity is noun word derived from the verb word “Prosper”, derived from adjective word “Prosperous”, meaning these words are actually saying the same thing. So let’s take a word study to help us get a proper understanding of this word “Prosperity”, as we discuss on the DEFINITION OF PROSPERITY. Take note as we study; the Bible was not written in English originally, therefore to study this word Prosperity; a good look into… Read MoreContinue Reading
The Supernatural Provision – Why Prosperity?
II Corinthians 8:9NKJV. For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich. We begin with a question, why Prosperity? Why is the Church teaching on Prosperity? Is God interested in our financial well – being? These questions are asked with the bias of the reality of many people in Church who have continuously remained in abject poverty all through the year without no change in their financial status…so they conclude its not pastors business to teach on prosperity. Rather church is meant only to help our character formation and… Read MoreContinue Reading