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10 Steps to Biblical Prosperity

Psalm 84:11-12

God is a faithful, loving, kind, gracious, generous, and good God.

There is nowhere in the Bible that says God does not want His children to have good things.  Jesus Himself said that He came that we might have life and have it more abundantly.  Jesus said in Matthew 11:28, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy-laden and overburdened, and I will cause you to rest. [I will ease and relieve and refresh your souls.]”    David tells us in the Psalms that God will give us the desires of our hearts.  Psalm 84 tells us that “no good thing will God withhold from him who walks uprightly.”

So exactly how do we get good things from God?  How do we see a return on our investment?

These are tough economic times for everyone.  Unemployment is high.  Fuel prices have skyrocketed.  Feeding your family basic meals is a challenge for many people.  Does God care?  Does He see?  Does He hear our prayers?  What is He planning on doing about it?  We need help and we need it yesterday!

The scriptures show a definite path to prosperity.

It’s not a yellow brick road.  It’s not wishing on a star.  It has nothing to do with luck.  The prosperity of God is serious business and not for the faint of heart.  If you came looking for a quick fix chances are good you won’t find it here.   But if the Spirit is calling to you and you are poised for the adventure of a lifetime that will leave you changed forever, take the leap of faith and venture forth.  Chinese philosopher Laozi once said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.”

This is a study of how to find God’s will for you life, follow the path God has for you, and let God bring you to wide place full of His grace, mercy, love, and prosperity.  It’s a continuous cycle of faith, renewing your mind, learning Who God Is and who you are in Him.

The Ability to Receive

 

Step 1:  Believe God Is Who He Says He Is  >

 

10 Steps to Biblical Prosperity
Step 1:  Believe God Is Who He Says He Is
Step 2:  Believe God Wants Good Things For You
Step 3:  Be Faithful In Obedience
Step 4:  Always Remember God Is Sovereign
Step 5:  Always Know That God Hears Your Prayers and Knows Your Need
Step 6:  God Always Answers Prayers
Step 7:  Remember God Sees A Much Bigger Picture Than We Do
Step 8:  Remember God Disciplines Those He Loves
Step 9:  Patience Is A Virtue
Step 10:  Be Ready To Receive What God Has For You

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One comment on “10 Steps to Biblical Prosperity

  1. harman747
    June 2, 2014

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