God’s will for His children is supernatural wealth, but it is entrusted by God Psa. 35:27; Lk. 16:11. In essence, God will only commit wealth into the hands of those He can trust with it Ecc. 2:26. Walking in the covenant is the platform to earn the trust of God for wealth Deu. 8:18.
The Covenant Secures Against Famine.
The good news is that the covenant has the guarantee to secure the believer against famine Psa. 33:18-19; 37:18-20; Jer. 33:20-21. In essence, the believer is not to be afraid in times of famine; the covenant is an insurance against the scourge of famine. The Israelite prospered and multiplied in the midst of famine, to show that the covenant is superior to the economic climate and weather Gen. 47:13-26,27; Exo. 1:7-12.
What is a Covenant?
In essence, the believer is sure to take delivery of what God has to offer when he does what is expected of him.
In essence, God’s will of prosperity is not a promise that one can experience by confession, demand in prayer or enforce by fasting.
In the covenant of wealth, what is expected of the believer is to sow his seed Gen. 8:22. But there are God’s prescribed ways of giving, referred to as the covenant channels of giving for financial fortune.
Covenant Channels of Financial Fortune.
A sacrifice is what one gives that places heavy cost on the individual 2Sam. 24:24. The believer must be committed to giving what places great cost on his life in advancing God’s kingdom Zch. 1:17; Mat. 24:14. This giving channel turns the financial life of the believer suddenly and dramatically Psa. 126:1-6.
The poor around us are our covenant platform to financial fortune Deu. 15:11. No matter how poor you think you are, God has positioned by you someone poorer than you for your change of story. Giving to the poor enforces our change of level financially from poverty to abundance Psa. 41:1-3; Pro. 19:17; 28:27.
One must be committed to giving to his biological parents Eph. 6:1-2; Pr0. 3:9. This giving channel invokes the blessing of God on the believer, which secures wealth on his life Gen. 27:1-4; Pro. 10:22.
Fringe Benefits of Covenant practise.
There are other benefits the believer enjoys by operating God’s covenant of wealth, aside being entrusted with supernatural wealth.
Giving in the covenant is the ransom for plagues and evil occurrence in life Exo. 21:30; 2Sam. 24:24; Job 36:18.
The impact of one’s giving does not stop at one’s life. It goes into the generations ahead, resulting in a lineage of blessed individuals Psa. 112:1-9; Gen. 22:16-18.
In conclusion, there is no one born to be poor, everyone becomes who he is, either rich or poor Pro. 10:4. What determine who we become is our choice, which in turn defines our action that results in our outcome Deu. 30:19. For supernatural wealth, we must choose to walk in the covenant, and remain committed to it till it works.
To anyone reading this that will love to give his/her life to Christ, pray this prayer out loud with me from your heart: “Lord Jesus, I surrender my life to you today. Forgive me my sins; wash me with your blood. I believe you died for me, on the third day you rose again that I may be justified. Right now, I believe that my sins are forgiven; I’m justified by your blood; I’m born-again; I’m saved; I’m a child of God; I’m free from the power of sin to serve the living God. Thank you Jesus for receiving me; thank you Jesus for restoring me; thank you Jesus for