Posted by: Pure Glory | 07/08/2020

Prosperity In Famine

by Hazel Straub

Yahweh calls us to thrive not merely survive. It does not matter what our circumstances look like. Your covenant with Yahweh requires us to trust him, in the process of walking through the journey of life.  Focus on him, not the problems. He honors his word and abundantly provides for those who trust and obey him.

Isaac, the promised son of Abraham, lived in Canaan, when there was a famine. Yahweh told him to stay in the land and he would bless him. Isaac obeyed and sowed seed, trusting Yahweh for the harvest and reaped a harvest 100 times what he had sown. He did not look at the lack of rain but put his faith, in the word that Yahweh spoke to him, of abundant provision. You can have the same results when you trust and rely on Yahweh.

Life with Yahweh’s blessings on you brings prosperity.

When Isaac planted his crops that year, he harvested a hundred times more grain than he planted, for the Lord blessed him.  He became a very rich man, and his wealth continued to grow. (Genesis 26:12 NLT)

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  1. Amen. Very encouraging passage! Be blessed Hazel in the name of Jesus-Christ.

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    • Nicky, thank you. Go loves to encourage us, in His Word. I receive the blessing. God is blessing you!

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  2. You reap what you sow. Let us plant trust in God into our hearts.

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  3. thank you!
    Would you please pray for me that the probate process would end for my late husband’s estate and they would close his business (it has been almost 2 1/2 years) and give me my earthly inheritance instead of frittering it away with their lawyers and administration to profit them and hurt me, as this has the modus operandi of the thief who comes only to steal, kill and destroy. Would you please pray that the money my husband laid up for our retirement would be taken from the unrighteous probate court system and given back to me, restored sevenfold, since the enemy has been caught stealing it. I know Holy Spirit is my Counsel and I also would really appreciate your prayers. Thank you so much, and thank you God.

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    • Yes, I am praying for you Yvonne, for swift justice from Heaven’s Courtroom. Luke 18:1-8 “One day Jesus taught the apostles to keep praying and never stop or lose hope. He shared with them this illustration: “In a certain town there was a civil judge, a thick-skinned and godless man who had no fear of others’ opinions. And there was a poor widow in that town who kept pleading with the judge, ‘Grant me justice and protect me against my oppressor!’ “He ignored her pleas for quite some time, but she kept asking. Eventually he said to himself, ‘This widow keeps annoying me, demanding her rights, and I’m tired of listening to her. Even though I’m not a religious man and don’t care about the opinions of others, I’ll just get her off my back by answering her claims for justice and I’ll rule in her favor. Then she’ll leave me alone.’ The Lord continued, “Did you hear what the ungodly judge said—that he would answer her persistent request? Don’t you know that God, the true judge, will grant justice to all of his chosen ones who cry out to him night and day? He will pour out his Spirit upon them. He will not delay to answer you and give you what you ask for. 8 God will give swift justice to those who don’t give up. So be ever praying, ever expecting, just like the widow was with the judge. Yet when the Son of Man comes back, will he find this kind of persistent faithfulness in his people?”

      Thank you Father God for rendering swift justice from your courtroom for Yvonne. Amen

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      • Amen and Amen.
        Thank you very much, and God bless you with all his spiritual blessings and riches in glory in Christ Jesus

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      • You are welcome! The enemy is defeated and must repay 7 fold what he stole. Glory to God!

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  4. Reblogged this on osarobohenry.

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  5. Isaac sowed in one year and reap in an hundred folds, the man became great and strong. He had possession of flocks and servants and the Philistines envied him. Anchored on this, we are not meant to be pitied, we are meant to be envied! Our destiny in Christ is an envious destiny. This is a wonderful post. Thanks. Blessings and love🌺

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    • Yes! You are welcome! Abundant blessings snf love 💕

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  6. 🙏🏼Amen🙏🏼🙌🏼

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