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But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.

The Babylon system we live in is trying to change our language. Faith is gradually fading out of the church. People are now making God their last choice; after they have tried all kinds of things and nothing happens, then they decide to turn to God at last. 

What a sad generation we find ourselves in; you are eating pig’s food when your father can throw you a party. The kingdom is so loaded that even if you decide to take your inheritance and waste it, the devil cannot stop you from bouncing back.

Let me tell you something; Our God is not enough; He is too much. Having enough means that it can still get finished but when you have too much, your account never runs dry. Our God is not enough, He is too much; is it money, He has too much of it, is it cars, He has too much of it, is it food, He has too much of it. It is an understatement for you to say that God is enough. It is sad that the people in the kingdom do not understand their God. He said, "I am your all-sufficient God, I am your Jehovah Jireh, I am your Jehovah Nissi, is there anything too hard for me?". 

There is no shortage with God; He is more than enough; He can provide more than you can carry. That is why He says, " I will open up the windows of heaven and pour you out my blessing, and you will not have room to contain it" (Mal 3:10). The reason is that He is too much.

Pray and ask God to open unto you the windows of heaven and pour out His blessings unto you (Mal 3:10).

The kingdom is so loaded that even if you waste your inheritance, you can still bounce back.

Psalm 81:10, Hebrews 13:5

Joshua 4-6 and Luke 1:20


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