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God’s Covenant of Prosperity is what Blesses You

God’s Covenant of Prosperity is what Blesses You

“All the people in the bible who were rich or who were prosperous, were prosperous not because of their works. God even told the Israelites that you are going to be a great nation not because you are the best nation. Even though you were the smallest, yet because of His covenant with them He made them the greatest.

What I like you to see in the scripture is that prosperity is part of the covenant of God. It is freely given to you as much as forgiveness of sin. At the same cross, where He took your sins is the same cross where He took our poverty. Prosperity is a covenant right as much as the healing. When you think about receiving healing from God, none of you would think about paying for it. When you think about receiving forgiveness, none of you would think about paying for it. But when we think about prosperity, most of us think about paying. Although we say its grace yet we always think about the works side. Now the works side no doubt has to be balanced with the grace side.

To understand the perspective of obtaining prosperity through works instead of by the grace of God, let us compare it with healing. Its just like we preach on healing and people become so focused on the methodology of receiving healing that they forgot that healing comes from God and Jesus Christ freely. Because of the words of Jesus, they forgot that the most important thing is it comes from God Himself. Healing is a person not just a formula. And so it makes it harder to receive the healing because they don’t meditate on the person of God. They don’t focus or have the awareness of the person and the presence of God.

In the same way in prosperity there are the also laws of prosperity. You can keep all those laws and yet forget that basically prosperity is in the person of God, who He is and His desire to give us freely, abundantly just as He gave Adam and Eve at the Garden of Eden. He wants to give the Garden of Eden to each one of us freely without our works for it. We need to understand that covenant of grace.”

“If you take away the covenant and all you have is the law of sowing and reaping, it will not multiply that fast. You keep the law of tithing or sowing or reaping plus the covenant it is going to be fantastic. You see the most important thing to understand is not just keeping the law of tithing, the law of sowing or reaping. It is not just that. It is learning to move into the covenant and then keep the laws.”

“Most of Christian who prospers if they were out there prospering, other non Christians will look at them and say, “If I had the same opportunity and I work as hard I can do the same thing.” But God wants to prosper you so much that unbelievers are going to say, “If we were in your shoes and did the same things you do, and work as hard as you and keep the same principles – we still couldn’t do it.” Then you can recognize it’s the covenant of God that works. Think about the so-called prosperity that Christians have. Another unbeliever will say, “I have the same education, I work as hard as you, I will have the same thing – no difference.” We are only touching the fringes of the covenant. We are only touching a small scale of the laws of our hands prospering. But God wants more than that. He wants to show the world that we are prosperous because He is with us.

How does He manifest? The way circumstances are arranged. You become prosperous in such a way because there was a special divine arrangement of circumstances. As we all know hard work is on one side, and opportunity is the other. And there are so many opportunities that it cannot be just a normal law of chance. There is a special arrangement, right place, right time, doing the right thing. Doing the right thing is what people focus on. But God is going to cause the right place and the right time, right people, right opportunity to come together.

We want the good luck, the world call it luck. But we understand it as blessedness.”

“What we are trying to get is that the basis of prosperity is the covenant of God. The basis of prosperity is not just in sowing and reaping. Sowing and reaping and all the others laws are under the covenant. In other words they are activating the covenant. So we must know what is the basis. The basis is that it is His covenant to bless us.

A covenant must be remembered and be activated.

The whole basis of prosperity, of abundance, of provision was the covenant of God.

The Lord’s Supper is an expression of our remembering of the covenant of God. It is invoking that covenant of God in our life.

You could take some grapes juice, some unleavened bread and pray and thank God for the covenant. Give thanks and eat it.

The blessings of the Lord’s Supper are largely untapped by Christians today. We are tapping on other areas of blessings. But we are not tapping on one of the greatest, where if you take the Holy Communion through prayer in your homes, you invoke the covenant of God. And I want you to see how far your tithes go. How much further your offering go. How greater the blessings come. How greater the circumstances of the world seem to line up for you.

You will see blessings of prosperity. You will see blessings of health. Blessings so powerful you could not imagine. I encourage you to test this truth. Because it’s powerful, if you start doing it regularly and within a few months, there will be things that will happen that has never happen in your whole life time. Opportunities and blessings that have never open before but now begin to open in your lifetime. Why before that you were working the same way but there is as difference now. You remember the covenant. And you apply the covenant. I tell you blessings that literally multiply on themselves. Its what I call the covenant of prosperity.”

- The Covenant of Prosperity by (Peter Tan)

“Beware that thou forget not the LORD thy God, in not keeping his commandments, and his judgments, and his statutes, which I command thee this day: Lest when thou hast eaten and art full, and hast built goodly houses, and dwelt therein; And when thy herds and thy flocks multiply, and thy silver and thy gold is multiplied, and all that thou hast is multiplied; Then thine heart be lifted up, and thou forget the LORD thy God, which brought thee forth out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage; Who led thee through that great and terrible wilderness, wherein were fiery serpents, and scorpions, and drought, where there was no water; who brought thee forth water out of the rock of flint; Who fed thee in the wilderness with manna, which thy fathers knew not, that he might humble thee, and that he might prove thee, to do thee good at thy latter end; And thou say in thine heart, My power and the might of mine hand hath gotten me this wealth. 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.”
- Deuteronomy 8:11-18

“There is a genuine gift of prosperity. This gift is called the gift of giving in Romans 12:6, 8. Not everyone is called to this area for this is a definite and unique call to handle prosperity. It is an anointing to handle prosperity as a steward of God. Just like the preparation of any other fivefold gift, the calling to this gift and ministry of giving involves a process of purification. Not everyone who is wealthy has wealth as a result of this gift; for if they had, they would be greatly involved in the ministry of giving. On the other hand, if one has this gift, than wealth is a naturally result with the heart remaining pure and undefiled.”

- Prosperity Through Grace (Peter Tan)

“Jesus has sown the greatest seed faith for all our lives that will take us this life and the rest of eternity to keep enjoying the harvest of what He sown. Jesus became poor that we through His poverty might become rich (2 Corinthians 8:9). We don’t have to sow in order to receive, Jesus did it for us. We reap what Jesus sown!”

- Prosperity Through Grace (Peter Tan)

“The New Testament grace of prosperity (gift of prosperity) is purely the reception and the action of this grace that Jesus has given to our lives.

a) When the Macedonian churches tap on the grace of prosperity, they were able to give richly and abundantly beyond the natural limits of their poverty (2 Corinthians 8:1, 2).

b) This abundance in grace has the power to create abundance in all things for every good work (2 Corinthians 9:8).

c) It increases the fruit of righteousness and causes one to be enriched in everything (2 Corinthians 9:10-11).

d) The supply for all our need is according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19). These riches in glory are the riches of His grace through Christ Jesus (Ephesians 1:3, 6, 7; 2:7).

e) One may ask, why then should tithing and giving be practiced any longer in the New Testament? It is done not for material gain but as a way to release love and grace (Matthew 23:23; 2 Corinthians 8:1-2, 6-8, 24; 9:8; Romans 12:6-8; 1 Peter 4:10; 1 John 3:16-19).”

- Prosperity Through Grace (Peter Tan)

“Before the fall of mankind in Genesis 3, mankind was blessed and enjoyed the abundant provisions of God in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 1:28-31). The curse of having to work and toil for provisions came only after the fall (Genesis 3:17-19). Jesus Christ came to remove all the source, cause and results of the fall of man and to inaugurate the dispensation of grace (Romans 5:12-21; Ephesians 3:2-5). The gift by the grace of the one Man Jesus Christ now abounds to many (Romans 5:15). Like mankind in the Garden of Eden before the fall, we now work from a position of blessedness and not for a position of blessedness. We are already blessed in Christ and have received the riches of His grace (Ephesians 1:3; 2:7). Our living and our giving are the good works of grace prepared beforehand that we should walk in them (Ephesians 2:10).”

- Prosperity Through Grace (Peter Tan)

“Material and physical provision is an additional bonus and side effect to the real work of growing spiritually and establishing the kingdom of God (Matthew 6:33; Mark 10:29-31). In all our giving, we should focus on giving it forth from a pure heart of love and worship to God and of love towards others (Philippians 4:18-19; John 4:23-24; 1 John 3:16-23). We do not have to worry about our provisions in this physical life because they have been abundantly provided by God (Matthew 6:25-34; Philippians 4:19; Ephesians 1:3; Galatians 3:13-14; 2 Corinthians 8:9). This does not mean that we become lazy and do nothing; rather exercising faith in the fact that we have been blessed in Christ, we give of our lives and substance to bless others in proportion to the grace that we received.

In quality and quantity, the works of grace far surpasses the works of the law; and it energizes a person to do far exceedingly above what he can do on his own as he has the energizing of God within him (1 Corinthians 15:10; Ephesians 3:16-20). We seek to walk in the works of grace that God has foreordained for each of us individually (Ephesians 2:10). We have been freed from the curse of having to seek material wealth and provision; we are now blessed to pursue spiritual growth and transformation by releasing the works of grace through our lives (1 Corinthians 15:10). This is indeed the better covenant.”

- Prosperity Through Grace (Peter Tan)

“Earlier in my walk with God, I had a visionary experience with the Lord where He stood before me with a hot, fresh loaf of bread in one hand and a scepter in the other. He told me to choose one. I knew that the scepter represented power and authority and I wanted to do great things for the Kingdom, so I reached for the scepter. As I did, Jesus pulled back the scepter and extended the fresh bread to me. He said this: “I will not release overcoming kings until I first have consecrated priests.” This launched a season of my life where God began to teach me what authentic supernatural Christianity really is and how God sets the priorities in our lives.

As believers, each of us is called to live a priestly lifestyle and a kingly lifestyle. However, in order to live in the authority and power of the kingly lifestyle, we must first learn to live the consecrated priestly lifestyle. The Bible says we are the “royal priesthood” of God (see 1 Pet. 2:9).”

“The first thing God is looking for before He starts granting you higher levels of authority in the kingly lifestyle is that you learn how to be a consecrated priest. Galatians 4:1 tells us that even though you are a child of God and an heir of God, and therefore the master of everything… if you are still a child, it is as if you are a slave. If a king has a son, and the son is the heir, he is the one who will own and administer everything the king possesses. But when he is still a little child, he does not understand those responsibilities, and doesn’t yet have any commitment to it. A good king and father would only give more authority, responsibility, and power to His son as he matures and becomes more consecrated to the King and the Kingdom.”

“People who live in this way, in the priestly lifestyle, will be the ones who live a supernatural lifestyle, full of the glory of God. They will be the ones who experience deep intimacy with the Lord, and experience His presence in a very real way. These people will be the ones who literally carry and manifest the substance of who God is to the world around them. They will be the ones who operate in the authority and power of the Kingdom as they demonstrate a kingly lifestyle.

So, we see that the first element of authentic supernatural Christianity is living the priestly lifestyle of wholehearted passion and love for God, in a supernatural lifestyle. The second element of supernatural Christianity is the kingly lifestyle. Daniel 11:32 says, “but the people who know their God shall be strong and carry out great exploits.” This is the two-fold expression of authentic Christianity: the priestly lifestyle of truly and intimately “knowing our God” and the kingly lifestyle of “being strong and doing great exploits.”

- School of the Supernatural (Ryan Watt)

“Most Law of Attraction and Positive Thinking practices overlook one important factor about reality, and that is physical dimension (at least on planet Earth) is cursed with a curse. “By the sweat of your brow you shall eat”. Creation is cursed. There are evil influences that suppress full creative and life experience. People are hindering our manifestation efforts with their fallen human characteristics. “The wages of sin is death”.

That is why incomplete thinking does not work to help us live sanely in this sphere of existence. There is a need to acknowledge the fallen state of existence. In other dimensions (like Heaven), it is true that the default state is one of pure positive, but not here. The default state on Earth is death and evil. Everyone needs to work for their sustenance, people need to protect themselves against accidents, thieves, scams, incompetent people, etc.

Law of Attraction practices try to pretend that there is no curse, creation is perfect, humanity is good. That is why there is always something missing, and people just can’t put their finger on it. The world is not perfect. We are in a fragmented hologram. The dream is broken. “The whole creation groans and travails in pain together until now… waiting for the adoption, to witness, the redemption of our body.”

The Way that truly works is to depend on God for redemption. We need to rely on grace, mercy, provision, protection, assistance, favor, blessing, good fortune and victory from Heaven and Angels. We need to rely on the forces of Light to overcome the forces of Evil. That is why God sent his Son, a superhero, savior from another world (that is perfect) to be the Way, the truth and the life.

“Blessed is the man that walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he does shall prosper.”
- Psalms 1:1-3

It is not just the Law of Attraction that we need to meditate upon, but also the Law of the LORD.”

- Enoch Mind Reality

“What is the most important meal of the day? It is not breakfast. It is the Lord’s Supper. Take this meal and your whole day will be blessed. You can take it any time of the day and as many times a day you want.”

- Enoch Mind Reality

“You can use craneberry juice. It is red color and grows on vines. Grape juice would do too. Wine is made from grapes. Jesus is the Vine and the color red represents his blood.”

- Enoch Mind Reality

“Taking Holy Communion is the only thing that Jesus said to please do as often as you can in remembrance of Him. In this one act is all the elements of power. There is prayer, there is declaration of faith, there is speaking of the Word, there is faith in the Name, the Blood and the Finished Work of Jesus on the Cross. When you taken Holy Communion, you are meditating upon Him. This is the most powerful magical ritual there is. You are doing something beyond the ordinary. You are doing physical actions that accompany your faith. All you do is to eat and drink, and believe and confess your salvation in every area of your life. There is peace, prosperity, wholeness, health and love from this one act of receive God’s blessings.

Taking Holy Communion activates the Covenant of God’s Blessings upon your life. Taking Holy Communion is not just a ritual but it is a Relationship with God. You are talking to Him, fellowshipping with Him and partaking of Him. That is why it is called the Lord’s Supper. It is a good practice to do it at least once a day. That is why it is called the daily bread. In it is provision for all manner of blessings and heavenly assistance in your life. Taking Holy Communion is a physical and spiritual act combined as one, and it releases spiritual and physical blessings into your life.”

- Enoch Mind Reality

“When you take Holy Communion, it is not about going through the actions. It is about connecting with God. It is about coming to God and drawing from him. It is about a relationship with Him. When you speak the Word of God, it is not just mantra that you are repeating over and over again to make something happen. It is about revelation. It is revelation of God’s love towards you and His grace and blessing towards you. Even the word mantra means an instrument of thought. Which means the words that you speak must be accompanied by conscious revelation and awareness about it.”

- Enoch Mind Reality