KINGDOM PROSPERITY IS WORKED OUT.........You are a Candidate for divine wealth!

Your breakthrough is up to you!

I desire that all believers know what to do to be prosperous.  I also want children of God to know that money is a spirit, and as such, we do not pursue it, we should command money to come to us.  This is not a call to idleness, but a change of attitude towards money.  Do not pursue after money by putting so much effort into getting it but instead do the bit you can and focus on God for a turn-around.  Depend on God for favour.  You may be a civil servant that receives a monthly salary as income, but if you have the right idea about money, your salary should not be the only money that comes to you at the end of the month.

Command money to serve you instead of you running after money. When you do this, the money that is supposed to serve you cannot serve you anymore. This is a spiritual law. But as you speak it, it builds in the spirit and eventually manifests in the physical. see Hebrew 1:14.  It is to provide insight and other important secrets to success that I am sharing this message with you.  Sharing is the best way to live and we at Fireinthebone has accepted that philosophy.

We recognize from scriptures that all the forces of breakthrough, including financial breakthrough, reside in the Word. For instance, in Job 22: 21-25, God talks about the need for us to acquaint with Him and be at peace. We are to receive the law and operate it based on the principles of the Word, and our access to financial fortune is guaranteed.  

Wealth & riches is God’s plan for His people. A rich God cannot wish His children were poor, but those children that want to be rich must work it out themselves. Riches and wealth is important for the work of God for that reason, I think God favour some kind-hearted individuals that love Him and give them the power to get money.  God is not going to change His plan concerning us because of the mistakes or shortcomings of others, so those that wanted Kingdom wealth should love the Lord and obey His principles for divine wealth.

Clearly, from the scriptures above, it is God’s will and agenda for His children to manifest wealth and riches, to prosper and to be in good health, even as our souls prosper – 3 John 2. We also understand from scriptures that among our inheritances in Christ is supernatural wealth. This is because Christ died to destroy the hold of poverty on our lives, among others, and unleash supernatural wealth on us. As it is written:  

"Saying with a loud voice, Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing (Revelation 5:12; see also 2 Corinthians 8:9).

That means, every child of God is a candidate for wealth and by redemption, has an inheritance of financial fortune in Christ. This establishes that redemption is our gateway to financial fortune. However, God empowers us for wealth through the revelation and application of the covenant. This is because the revelation of the Word is the gateway to a world of unlimited breakthroughs.
Your breakthrough is up to you!

Remember the word says:

Acquaint now thyself with him, and be at peace: thereby good shall come unto thee. Receive, I pray thee, the law from his mouth, and lay up his words in thine heart. If thou return to the Almighty, thou shalt be built up, thou shalt put away iniquity far from thy tabernacles. Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust and the gold of Ophir as the stones of the brooks. Yea, the Almighty shall be thy defence, and thou shalt have plenty of silver (Job 22:21-25)

One of our fathers-in-the-Lord in Nigeria, Bishop David Oyedepo said in his crave to know the secret of Kingdom prosperity, he went on a three-day prayer and fasting adventure on March 20-22, 1982. I took my Bible, the books of Kenneth and Gloria Copeland (The law of Prosperity and God’s Will is Prosperity), searching and asking God to show me this secret.

On the third day, God spoke to me from Deuteronomy 8:18 which says: 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 which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day. He further said, “My son, My prosperity plan is not a promise, so it does not answer to prayers. It is not a promise, and so it has no respect for fasting. My prosperity plan is a covenant and until your part is played, I am not committed.” This encounter changed my life forever!

This makes the subject of financial fortune a covenant, which demands that we know our part and commit to it, before God can fulfil His part. Therefore, it is the revelation of the terms of the covenant that launches and positions men into the realms of inexplicable but undeniable wealth.

But, what is a covenant?

A covenant can be defined as a spiritual platform where we commit God, through our obedience of faith, to fulfil His plan in our lives. It is also a deal enacted by God, based on well-defined terms and sealed with an oath (Hebrews 6:13-18).

Thus, Christianity is an adventure in the covenant. The Old and New Testament simply means Old and the New Covenant. As such, without a covenant mentality, one stands the risk of being frustrated in the faith. It is important to know that there is no shortcut to a world of financial fortune; it is embarking on a covenant journey with God that launches us into it. That is, there is what to do before we can commit God’s integrity to perform in our lives.

What, then, is the covenant of financial fortune?

Giving is the anchor law of the covenant of financial fortune. It is written: While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease (Genesis 8:22; see also 2 Corinthians 9:6-8).

The law of seedtime and harvest is the law that launches men into the realm of financial fortune. ‘Seedtime’ and ‘harvest’ means giving and receiving, which provides the gateway to financial dominion.

It is important to note that the covenant of financial fortune is a current covenant that always delivers, the prevailing circumstances notwithstanding. In the course of my encounter on March 22, 1982, I asked God, “How reliable is this covenant?” He spoke to me from Jeremiah 33:20-21, 25-26: Thus saith the Lord; If ye can break my covenant of the day and my covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season; Then may also my covenant be broken with David my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne; and with the Levites the priests, my ministers. 

Thus saith the Lord; If my covenant be not with day and night, and if I have not appointed the ordinances of heaven and earth; Then will I cast away the seed of Jacob, and David my servant, so that I will not take any of his seed to be rulers over the seed of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob: for I will cause their captivity to return, and have mercy on them.

God was simply saying, “Until you can stop the day and night from exchanging position, you cannot nullify my covenant. My covenant remains intact as long as the day and the night keep changing position.” It simply means that as long as the sun and the moon keep showing up in their season, no circumstance can stop God’s covenant from having an effect. The truth is, if we play our part, we commit God’s integrity to perform His part (Psalms 89:34).

There are two main biblical channels of giving. They include:

Tithing - Tithing is the foundation and master key to a world of financial fortune. The blessings that accrue to us in tithing guarantee our access to unlimited financial fortune. As it is written: Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it (Malachi 3:10; see also Leviticus 27:30).

Our tithe is not a donation; rather, it is part of our spiritual responsibility. The Bible records that all the tithes of the land belong to God; thus, when we take whatever belongs to Him, we come under a curse. Let’s recognise that no matter the sacrifice we offer to God, it is tithing that secures the returns. Missing out of tithing is the principal diagnosis of financial struggles. God said to me, “If you will maintain a holy tithing requirement for the next six months of this year, you will be singing a new song before you arrive at Shiloh!” Therefore, receive grace to be an ever-willing and consistent ‘tither’ in Jesus’ name!

Worship Offering - We are admonished in scriptures not to go into God’s presence empty-handed. This is because God takes cognizance of every offering we bring when we are in worship (Exodus 34:20; Proverbs 3:9-10; Mark 12:41-44).

We must understand that every change of story in every area of life, including finances, stems out of applied revelation. That is, revelation is the starting point to a world of financial fortune. Thus, it is trading the covenant secrets in the Word that launches people into financial prosperity. This is because in the midst of crisis, God’s Word will always triumph (Deuteronomy 8:18).

There are diverse scriptural examples of individuals who traded covenant secrets and emerged as financial giants. However, in the school of supernatural blessings, Abraham is God’s standard.  Therefore, let’s examine how Abraham was launched into the realm of financial fortune.

He was a friend of God: Abraham walked in financial fortune by being a friend of God, which also means the love of God. Remember, love is the cord of friendship and the cheapest evidence of love is unreserved obedience, and that was the platform upon which Abraham’s fortune was built. As a result, he became very rich in cattle, silver and gold (Genesis 13:2; Isaiah 41:8; John 14:21; 1 John 5:3).

Every child of God is a seed of Abraham and according to scripture, if we are Abraham’s seed, then we will do the works of Abraham. That means, when we become God’s friend by reason of our love for Him, we become blessed in return like Abraham was (John 8:39; Galatians 3:29).

We must recognise that a genuine heart for God is the platform for accessing a world of financial fortune. This is because only true lovers of God will ever walk in financial fortune and God blesses us according to our heart for Him. When we are truly in love with God, operating in the covenant becomes easy and giving becomes a delight (1 Corinthians 2:9).

He was a liberal soul: Though God blessed Lot as He blessed Abraham, nevertheless, he (Abraham) liberally gave Lot all that he wanted. Abraham was a liberal soul to the extent that he entertained angels unawares. No wonder he was blessed and prospered supernaturally (Genesis 13:5-13, 18:1-5; Proverbs 11:24-25).

It takes liberality to access God’s agenda of prosperity and it is love that facilitates liberality. That is, giving is a proof of the sincerity of our love. This is why we need giving grace to access the realm of financial fortune. Thus, it is not about what we have but where our hearts are. For instance, the Macedonian Church was in poverty but the giving grace upon them empowered them to be liberal.

The Bible says: How that in a great trial of affliction the abundance of their joy and their deep poverty abounded unto the riches of their liberality (2 Corinthians 8:2; see also Luke 6:38; 2 Corinthians 8:8).

That means there is a giving grace that enables people to walk in financial fortune. The greater the giving grace on our lives, the greater the coast of financial fortune we access.  However, for our giving to be fruitful, there are conditions to be met. These include:

The fear of the Lord - According to scriptures, the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, which is the commander of wealth. The Spirit of wisdom speaking in scriptures says: I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me. Riches and honour are with me; yea, durable riches and righteousness (Proverbs 8:17-18; see also Psalms 111:10, 112:1-3).

Integrity - The Bible records that Job was a man who feared God and eschewed evil. As a result, he became the greatest of all men in the business world, in his days. Without integrity, we cannot walk in financial fortune (Genesis 14:23; Job 1:1, 22:23; Zechariah 5:4).

Furthermore, for our giving to be acceptable, we must give willingly, cheerfully and in love (Acts 20:35; 1 Corinthians 13:3; 2 Corinthians 8:12, 9:6-8).

Abraham was a tither - When Abraham returned from war, he paid the tithe of the spoil to Melchizedek and that launched him into the realms of supernatural blessings. We provoke our access to a world of financial fortune through our consistent tithing (Genesis 14:19-20; 13:2, 24:1; Leviticus 27:30; Hebrews 7:1-8).

Abraham was addicted to the altar of sacrifice: At God’s command, Abraham was always willing to let go of what he had, including his son whom he waited for, for twenty-five years. It was through the altar of sacrifice that Abraham accessed a sworn blessing from God (Genesis 22:16-17).  The altar of sacrifice is the altar of turnaround and more often than not, it is privately demanded by God for our personal turnaround (2 Samuel 24:24-25).

For these reasons, Abraham was supernaturally blessed in all things and he became a symbol of generational blessing. This is why obedience to God’s commandments today is an investment into posterity. We are told in scriptures that Christ died to bring us into the Abrahamic order of blessings by redemption. As we all know, it is following the steps of giants that make a giant. Thus, if we are Abraham’s children, then, we must walk in his steps to command the same order of financial fortune that he commanded (Genesis 24:1; Psalms 112:1-3; Isaiah 51:1-3; John 8:39; Galatians 3:13-14).

In conclusion, it is important to understand that our seed is not a financial donation to ‘help’ God, the church or a ministry. Rather, it is a spiritual transaction that provokes the release of financial fortune in the ultimate, among others. However, continuity, consistency and steadfastness in financial stewardship remain a covenant requirement for walking in financial fortune (Psalms 24:1; 1 Corinthians 15:58; Philippians 4:15-19; Hebrews 6:12). I, therefore, pray that as you subscribe to the terms of the covenant, every financial stress in your life will be terminated in Jesus’ name! Remain ever blessed!

Prophetic Blessings

  • I decree every proof of poverty mentality to lose its grip off your life!
  • Every form of financial struggle in your life ends today!
  • This year is ordained your Isaac order of year!
  • In this great year, God is changing your level beyond your wildest imagination!
  • Receive grace to live an upright life in your financial dealings!
  • Every financial misfortune around your life is cursed in Jesus’ name!
  • Before you arrive at Shiloh 2016, you are a financial wonder!
  • Before the month of arch ends, you will sing a new song

God keep Covenants
God does not joke with covenants, He does not also joke with giving.  Patriarchs who succeeded with God never joked with both issues.  God loved the world....and He gave the world His only begotten Son to die for the sins of the world and redeem humanity to tell you how important giving is to God.  It is not just giving for giving-sake, but quality giving to the work of God.

Jesus, our redeemer was a quality offering from God to the world.  It was painful to Him and it was the supreme sacrifice - the sacrifice of His blood, so we must sacrifice things that are valuable to us for the sake of the kingdom of God.  

How to obtain mercy:
Mercy is an important character of God.  He is merciful and compassionate, showing mercy unto thousands that love Him and that keep His commandments - His word. Again we have seen how to obtain God's mercy - by obedience to His word and voice.  If we will obey the word of God and do them, His mercy will surround us as a shield.

The word mercy is an uncommon word that indicated God's compassion on a person.  When an issue of judgement comes before God, He looks at how much mercy you have shown to your neighbour.  Again it is whether God wants to show that person mercy.  If God decides not to show such person mercy, then the judgement of the enemy over such a person will be established.

But, as soon as the mercy of God appears, every judgement upon a person is cancelled.   Remember the Lord said Let not mercy depart from you.  Let there be no evil or offence you cannot forgive and no matter how wicked a person had been to you, do not deny anyone his entitlement and anything due them.

Show mercy to others
You should be ready to show mercy to others as a passion and a way of life.  Be ready and willing to help people in need and in difficult circumstances as this will be a seed you are sowing for yourself and your children in the future.

Embrace mercy so that in times of trouble, you can come boldly unto the Lord's throne of mercy, so you can obtain mercy and find grace. Continually ask for God's mercy upon your life.  When you do so, you are asking for deliverance from the evil ones, you are asking for help in times of need and as you ask for mercy, let not mercy depart from you.

Kingdom Financial Principles

Tithe - Do not eat the seed you are supposed to plant:  your seed is your tithe. Consider this: it is the same way a farmer eats what he would, invests or sells what he would, and then puts away his seed for the next planting season. In addition, God rebukes the devourer for your sake when you do this. Forget about what people are saying about tithing or no tithing, you are running this race on your own and nobody will eat for you. 

Be a giver:  - Be liberal-minded and give freely, help others, sow into the life of others and do it knowing that you are lending to God and the Lord will pay you back. As you have been given, so also give.  Every giver is empowered to give. If you struggle with giving, then you need to ask God to empower you and be willing to release that which you have when God asks you to.

When you give, give with love otherwise it profits nothing. Basically, you can give all you want, if there is no love in it, you will not receive anything. 1 Corinthians 13 says whatever we do, we should do in love. Don’t just give for selfish reasons or for increase but give in love. 

Be Liberal towards God - Give cheerfully towards the work of God. The advancement of the Kingdom is one of the reasons why God blesses us with wealth. The more you give and take care of His business, the more He will take care of your needs. Remember to give because you love God and are eager to do His will, not because someone tells you to. READ Matthew 6:33

Speak & Confess it prosperity -  When and if you believe something, you will speak it. In the same vain, you will speak forth what you want concerning your finances and the more you do it, the more you will see what you say. Confess what you want concerning your finances and exercise patience to see it come to pass. Be empowered with the spirit of faith to say the things that you believe!  Do not give out of necessity or because you want to impress people but from what you have purposed in your heart. READ 2 Corinthians 9:7


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