THE SPIRITUAL IDENTITY OF THE BELIEVER - EPHESIANS 1:3, PSALM 1

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Welcome to August! This month, our focus will be on the marks of a blessed man. As a believer, God has called you to be a blessed man. The Bible makes us understand that we have been blessed with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ Jesus. He has called you to the blessing, and your spiritual identity as a blessed man is superior to being rich. Physical wealth is just one of the many ways spiritual blessings could find expression in a man’s life and what you should be pursuing, protecting and cultivating must be the blessing and to become that man the Bible describes as the blessed man.


However, it is not every Christian that is manifesting this divine blessing that they carry. Many people walk as slaves although they carry enough blessing to dominate the earth. What could be the reason for this? God did not create you to struggle in life. He has imputed automatic mechanisms upon the earth to see to your unlimited prosperity.
The first thing is to understand this truth and allow it to settle in your heart - that your spiritual identity is that of a blessed man. You must then take practical steps to live in the reality of what you have deposited in your spiritual account.

Pay attention to all that God will be highlighting to you all through this month as we go through this study and it is my prayer that your eyes will be opened to how you can align your experiences to the blessings God has placed upon you to manifest in life.

 

PRAYER: Dear Lord, I pray for the grace to live in accordance with the spiritual promises I have in Christ Jesus. Amen!

 

BIBLE IN A YEAR: 2 Chronicles 30:1-31:21, Romans 15:1-22, Psalm 25:1-15, Proverbs 20:13-15

 

 

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