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Sunday, October 21, 2018

Joseph Prince Recent Messages Featuring: Boldness To Inherit Every Blessing and Covenant Prosperity

Would you like to know how you can inherit every blessing that God has for you? In this message by Joseph Prince, see how God is pleased when you come to Him with a spirit of bold faith—even when the odds don’t seem to be in your favor! [Video and more below] Through an exciting study of the lesser-known Bible story of the daughters of Zelophehad, discover how you can: • Rid yourself of the labels of disqualification and receive what’s rightfully yours through Jesus’ finished work. • Cultivate a spirit of bold faith to dare to ask God for big things. • Go from faithlessness to fruitfulness when you see God’s heart for you. Beloved, you don’t have to settle for less when you know the One whose heart is to bless you with more than you can ask or imagine! Get the full message at: JosephPrince.com - http://bit.ly/2Afnj2j Subscribe for free official sermon notes at http://josephprince.com/sermon-notes


Covenant Prosperity


But thou shalt remember the Lord thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant.
Deuteronomy 8:18

What is God's reason for prospering His people? Is it so we can watch bigger TVs? So we can buy finer houses and more luxurious cars?
Establishing God's covenant on the earth and giving to those in need: Those are God's purposes for prosperity!
I've had some people tell me, "Well, Brother Copeland, Jesus' ministry was poor and He got along just fine." That's ridiculous. All the way through the Old Testament God promised material blessings to anyone who would walk perfectly and uprightly before Him. If God had failed to bless Jesus financially, He would have been breaking His own Word.
Jesus never built a worldly empire for Himself. But that doesn't mean He was poor. It means He was the greatest giver who ever walked the face of this earth—and it's about time we started following in His footsteps.
If we'll start giving, if we'll start taking care of the needs in people's pocketbooks, we'll be far more likely to win their hearts.
What do you think will happen to the heart of a starving nation when you bring in a 747 full of food, clothes and medical supplies to them in the Name of Jesus and His love? The hearts of those people are going to soften! They're going to be willing to listen to what we have to say about Jesus.
Don't you ever let anyone tell you it's wrong to want to prosper. It's wrong for you not to want to prosper when that prosperity can mean the difference between heaven and hell for millions of people.
Forget about your own little needs. Raise your vision and set your mind on giving to meet someone else's, on establishing God's covenant in the earth. Then stand fast in faith and get ready to enjoy the greatest prosperity you've ever known.
Scripture Reading:
Deuteronomy 8:11-18
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