LIVING IN THE SUPERNATURAL
# Deuteronomy 30:19-20 , 2 Corinthians 9:6-10
- There is an attack on the economy; now, more than ever.
- Interest rates are on the highest.
- Fuel which dictates the price of transportation of all kinds has been raised numberless times this year.
- Rentals which get half of most people’s income have gone high, e.g. R3200 to R5500.
- With the standard of living going up like it has been going, where will your help come from.
- Believers must know how to operate in the Kingdom of God's system.
- By choosing prosperity, developing in character, and working hard, you'll turn on the spiritual laws that govern prosperity and increase.
- There are spiritual laws that govern poverty and prosperity.
- A law is an established principle that will work for anyone who will get involved in it.
- When you understand and know how to activate these spiritual laws, they will result in prosperity or poverty.
- Poverty or prosperity is a choice.
- Man is a free moral agent-everything that happens in life is a choice.
# Deuteronomy 30:19
- Poverty and prosperity have been placed before you; you have to choose one or the other.
- Your mouth is the initiator of poverty or prosperity. Call forth your blessings.
- Satan has deceived people into thinking they don't have a choice in their poverty or prosperity.
Three reasons not to believe Satan's lies:
- God is not a respecter of persons. (Acts 10:34).
- What God does for one, He will do for others.
- It's God's will for you to prosper in every area of life (3 John 2).
- It' God's desire for you to prosper, not be impoverished.
- God has given you the power to get wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18).
- If God didn't want you to be wealthy, He wouldn't have given you the ability to get wealth.
- The four R's that govern the laws of prosperity.
- Labor equals reward.
- When you work hard, you'll have plenty, because hard work demands a reward; however, worthless pursuits will result in poverty (Proverbs 28:19, Proverbs 24:30-34 Proverbs 6:4, 6-8).
- You can turn this law on by simply working hard.
- No work, no reward.
- If a person won't work, they should not expect to eat. (2 Thessalonians 3:10).
- You must be willing to release for the increase (Proverbs 11:24, 25).
- Hoarding money will result in poverty.
- Only what comes from you will come to you.
- It's important to be a good receiver, as well as a good giver (Luke 6:38).
- Jesus was a good receiver-He freely gave, and He freely received.
- The man by the gate called Beautiful expected to receive something.
- You've got to be in expectation of receiving.
- Those who expect to receive will receive.
- Expectation is the breeding ground for miracles; without expectation you limit the hand of God.
- You have to sow in order to reap.
- The more seed you sow, the larger your harvest will be.
- When you sow sparingly, you will reap sparingly (2 Corinthians 9:6-10).
- You won't reap if you allow your circumstances to determine whether you sow.
- Sow in all circumstances.
- Don't be deceived; if you sow, you will reap.