The Promises of Blessing (4 of 5) by Frank Damazio
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We're feeling the Spirit of God breathing freshness into our spirit, a new wind of expectation. Jesus said, ''The thief comes to steal, kill, and destroy, but I give you real life, more and better life than you ever dreamed of.'' I expect that life. I expect good and very good things to come my way. When I pray, I expect something to happen. When I give, I expect something to happen. Do you have that expectation? The promises of God for you are real promises from a true and living God! Believe. Have faith. Lift your eyes. The blessings that come upon the generous giver are many and amazing.
Definitions and key verse
Blessed: I am chosen, favored, and deeply loved by God who seeks ways to bless me and use me to bless others. I will freely take all I am given and use it to bless others!
A special offering: My time to lift my eyes to the needs of others, to bless others by giving out of God's blessing on my life, and to bring a special offering above my tithe that is generous and faith-filled.
Genesis 12:2: Then I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name great so that you will exemplify divine blessing.
the promise of blessing
The promises of blessing upon my life are real and wonderful. Today, I lift my faith to a higher expectation level and grab hold of all that God has promised me - over 100 promises!
The promises are the ground for hope, expectation, and assurance of what God says He will do.
1 Kings 8:56: … according to all that He promised… there has not failed one word of all His good promises…
2 Corinthians 1:20: For all of God's promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding ''Yes!'' And through Christ, our ''Amen'' (which means ''Yes'') ascends to God for His glory.
God the promise maker
the promise maker
A promise maker is one who pledges to another to do or not to do something specific. The p ...
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