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10/16/11

It is sad that many of the promises of the Word of God might appear to be unfulfilled when claimed. Why is that? Is it that God has changed His mind? Or is it that God is unable to do what He promised?  No! God does not change His mind, nor is He unable to do what He has promised, but the promises are sometimes claimed by people who do not understand that there is a Divine principle involved. God always outlines conditions that must be met.  Those conditions relate to our relationship with Him, and our obedience to His Word.  These conditions must be put into action to release the promised blessing.

Deut. 30:15-20  tells us that prosperity is a choice.  So today, we want to look at the choice to prosper, so that we can understand how to release God’s promises in our lives.

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10/9/11

Sometimes we look at our lives, and question, if God’s will is for me to prosper, how come my life doesn’t seem very prosperous right now?  Have you been there? Things may not be going according to our plan, but God’s got a plan, and the ultimate goal of God’s plan is to prosper us and not to harm us to give us a future and a hope.

So what are God’s plans for us?  Today we are going to look at that very issue. We want to understand God’s plan of prosperity for us, and see what it involves.

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10/2/11

The God of the universe, our Sovereign King, has chosen us as His people, and when we accept His covenant, all of His resources become ours.  Now in Deut 4-27 God spells out the terms of the covenant.  He sets forth what he requires of His people, if they are to live in covenant relationship with Him.  In ch. 28 he outlines the blessings and curses that come as a result of accepting or rejecting His covenant.  In Deut. 28-God basically says:  If you accept my covenant, if you obey the terms, this is what I will do for you!!!  God’s covenant reveals His will and intent for His people.  The word covenant is also translated as “will.”

And as we study the covenant He made with His people, we understand more clearly God’s will or intention toward those who are in covenant relationship with Him, including ourselves, who have been brought into covenant relationship trough faith in Christ.

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