What Time Is It?
If you’re a born-again child of God and you’ve been struggling financially, scraping along with just barely enough—it’s time for that to change. It’s time for you to wake up to the riches that belong to you in Jesus, kick the limits off your faith and receive your financial inheritance.
Even if you haven’t been struggling, even if your bills are paid and your major needs are met, you need to step up to greater abundance. We all need to do that, because God has more in store for every one of us than we possess right now. He is able to do exceeding, abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.
What’s more, we are now closer than ever to the end of the age. Jesus is coming soon. God is desiring to pour out His Glory in greater measure than ever before, not just in our hearts, lives and church services, but in our finances as well.
Some time ago, the Lord began to speak to me about that. I began to hear, Do you know what time it is? It’s exceedingly-abundantly-above-all-that-you-can-ask-or-think time!
I don’t mind telling you, I was thrilled when I heard those words! And I’ve become even more excited about them as time has passed. I believe it. I believe it with all my heart!
We are in the days of the end-time transfer of wealth about which the Bible speaks. In these days, God is teaching us how to draw great riches from our heavenly account so we can glorify Him and get the gospel preached to the world. He is revealing to us how we can have more than enough to give to every good work and have plenty left over to enjoy! He “giveth us richly all things to enjoy!” (1 Timothy 6:17).
So stand up and stretch your faith. Believe God for more than enough! Not just what you need today, but what the Church needs to minister life to the world. Remember what time it is. If you can think it, then it’s not “above all you can ask or think!” Think about that!
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God is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that I ask or think, according to the power that works in me. (Ephesians 3:20)
Heiligschriftstudium: 1 Kings 10:1-24