- Nothing spiritual will manifest until it has a physical structure to manifest through.
- Grace will draw a generous circle for everybody.
- The Law of Human Responsibility
- The Law of Respect and Honour
- Don't think about the cost; think about the opportunity.
Today, let’s look at some laws that govern kingdom wealth flow:
1) The Law of Opportunity
There is a law of opportunity when dealing with God. Don’t think about the cost; think about the opportunity. If the President says, “Come and travel with me”, don’t look at what it will cost you. If you look at what it will cost you, you’ll miss what it can offer you.
2) The Law of Respect and Honour
What you respect and honour, you attract into your life. People get promoted financially or destroyed financially by respecting the right things or the wrong things. So if you respect and honour a carrier of financial grace and sow into that grace, you will attract that grace. At a more practical level, respect and honour are key triggers of favour that will bring financial flows into your life. So honour who deserves honour and let respect always go ahead of you.
3) The Law of Human Responsibility
Paul’s statement in 1 Cor 15:10 seems contradictory if you don’t listen to the Holy Spirit. What it means is that the grace of God will draw a circle for your life and your labour will fill it. Grace will draw a generous circle for everybody, how much of the circle is filled is your human responsibility. So, there is a law of human responsibility.
Nothing spiritual will manifest until it has a physical structure to manifest through. You don’t know what diabetes, diarrhoea, or cancer can do until you see a human body that it has damaged. Likewise, the blessing and the anointing are spiritual; unless they have a human vessel to move through and a human structure to give them expression, you won’t see their effect.
PRAYER: Father, I thank you for your laws. I receive grace to work these laws daily in Jesus’ name.
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Isaiah 28:14-30:11, Galatians 3:23-4:31, Psalm 62:1-12, Proverbs 23:19-21