REFUSE TO LACK
(Recognize No Lack)
When there are needs, and you supernaturally meet them, you’re manifesting the glory of God!
TO THE BIBLE John 2:11 TLB
“This miracle at Cana in Galilee was Jesus’ first public demonstration of his heaven-sent power. And his disciples believed that he really was the Messiah.”
Our Lord Jesus had no sense of lack; He had no sense of disadvantage or limitation, and that’s the same mentality He wants you to have and live by. The Spirit of God in you is the Spirit of dominion, and He has no sense of lack. Lack is in the ordinary realm of life; but you’ve been called to a higher life; a super plane of existence, and lack doesn’t exist there (Psalm 23:1).
John 2:1-11 gave an account of how Jesus turned water into wine at a wedding ceremony in Cana of Galilee. There was a need, and Mary, the mother of Jesus came to Him and said, “Please, they have no more wine to celebrate.” He supernaturally met it, manifesting the glory of God! The Master, responding to the request, said to the servants, “Fill the water pots with water and draw out of it and take to the master of ceremony.” When they did, it turned into wine.
The Bible declares in Romans 8:1, “There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus….” In the same way, there is therefore now no lack, failure, disadvantage or limitation to those who are in Christ Jesus. So whatever it is that you need, say, “I have it,” for everything you need is inside you! Whatever you’re looking for; be it spiritual or material, you don’t need to look far anymore, look inwards and have no sense of lack.
The Lord is my Shepherd; therefore, I refuse to have a sense of lack, for He supplies all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. I live the transcendent life of glory, surplus and abundance; glory to God!
You have to start exercising your rights in Christ and manifest His glory in your life at every point. Never welcome the mentality of lack. Whenever you have a need, don’t start looking for help from people or look down on yourself, rather, look inward and boldly call the need forth.