Kingdom Living is Receiving God’s Generosity

Kingdom Living is Receiving God’s Generosity

Generosity is about receiving all God’s blessings HE has for HIS CHILDREN.

When we grasp the depth of the Father’s love, mercy and grace poured out for HIS Children and HIS generosity of wealth and inheritance HE has for HIS children, then we will want all God has for us. We will want to receive and accept everything God has for HIS Children.

□ HE has forgiven all our sins,

□ HE has healed all our diseases,

□ HE has justified us (to be made righteous),

□ HE has freed us from the bondage of sin and death,

□ HE has made us righteous in Christ Jesus,

□ HE has seated us at the right hand of God the father in Christ Jesus,

□ He has given us authority over all the works of the devil,

□ HE has given us the gift of no condemnation,

□ HE has put HIS Royal Robe of Righteousness on us,

□ HE has crowned us with loving kindness and tender mercies,

□ HE has washed us clean from all fear, worry, guilt, shame, bitterness and unforgiveness,

□ HE who the Son set free is free indeed (free from the Satanic Rule of this world to live in righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit).

It is more “Blessed” to give than to receive. God “Blessed” and gave first to us, as the “BLESSOR,” that we may “Receive” as the “Blessee” the Gift of “Sonship” through Christ Jesus’ death and resurrection. It is more “Blessed” to give than to “Receive” and God has demonstrated this as the “BLESSOR” with HIS love, grace and mercy we have received as the “BLESSEE.” HE wants to give us everything HE HAS. HE who HAS will be given more so that he can be a “Blessor” to others because it is more “Blessed” to give than to Receive. As you receive ALL you will give ALL.

He who is “Blessed” much blesses much. HE who is loved much loves much. He who is forgiven much forgives much.

Generosity begins with receiving ALL from the Ultimate Giver. Generosity is about receiving ALL the Father has for you. The fruit which flows from your heart will be Generosity.

The branch (The Blessee) cannot bear fruit unless it remains connected to the vine (The Blessor). The fruit of Generosity is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

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