Lack Nothing

Lack nothing

You will lack nothing. Receive this promise into your entire being and soul so that you can enter God’s rest, refreshed and renewed in the confidence that the LORD the GOOD SHEPHERD is your provider and protector. Receive all HIS LOVE. Let go and rest in HIS ARMS. Allow HIM to hold and carry you. Change your thinking from being confident in your own efforts to trusting the LORD.

The Good Shepherd has five promises for you in Psalm 23.

First, recognize HE is a GOOD SHEPHERD. Change your thinking if you think the Lord is a bad SHEPHERD and brings on death, disease and sickness. HE restores and refreshes your soul which brings healing to your body. As worry, fear and anxiety are removed by receiving God’s love for you, knowing that HE took all sin, sickness, poverty and spiritual death on the cross by the shedding of HIS BLOOD, your soul will be refreshed.

Psalm 23 The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.

2 He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters,

3 he refreshes my soul. He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake.

Here are the five promises:

You will not suffer lack.
In Hebrew the word lack is “chaser” – will not be
abated, will not be bereaved, will not be decreased, will not cause to fail, will not have lack, will not be made lower, will not want.

You will have fresh growth with food and provision.

You will have the Holy Spirit and Word of God which is the quiet living water in you. This is the trust and confidence that the Good Shepherd is caring for you. The Word of Christ’s love, grace and mercy brings quiet living water flowing in you.

HE refreshes your soul and causes sweet sleep and rest. There will be a gentleness and calmness inside of you as you walk through the valley of death. You don’t fear because the Lord is with you.

HE is your righteousness. HE has washed and cleansed you with HIS BLOOD on the cross. HE is guiding you through with the Holy Spirit living in you. You are the Righteousness of God in Christ Jesus the Good Shepherd. HIS name is Holy and Righteous. You wear HIS ROBE of RIGHTEOUSNESS which has HIS family name.

You will lack nothing. This is the Lord’s promise to you.


 

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