You’re The Symbol Of Prosperity;
And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise (Galatians 3:29).
Psalm 1:3 says concerning the one who delights in the Word and meditates on it day, and night: “And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.”
In the world today, many are confused, not knowing which way to go. For example, people switch jobs and businesses, looking for the one that’s more “lucrative.” As a Christian, you should be led of the Spirit, because you’re the seed of Abraham. Anything you touch is blessed. Everything you do prospers. Your decisions or choices shouldn’t primarily be motivated by financial factors, but by the wisdom and guidance of the Holy Spirit. Your success or prosperity is about who you are, and not about what business or job you do. You carry a blessing. When you step into a place, things start working!
Don’t say, “I want to travel to such-and-such a place, because it’s a good place;” no, you’re the good place. You’re a delightsome land! You’re the symbol of God’s blessings wherever you are, for you’re the carrier of His presence and His grace. When you show up, blessings show up, like Joseph, in the house of Potiphar. The Bible says Potiphar recognized that the Lord was with Joseph, and that all he did prospered. Therefore, he placed Joseph in charge of his entire household and estate, and God blessed him for Joseph’s sake (Genesis 39:1-5).
It’s your heritage as the seed of Abraham, not only to be blessed, but also to be a blessing. Those around you—your friends, colleagues, neighbours, etc.—should notice that because of you, favour has come to them; there’s expansion in their business, and progress in the entire city.
Dear Lord, I thank you for your wisdom that guides me, causing me to walk in your perfect will always, prospering in all that I do. Thank you for the impact of your Word in my life, and the understanding of the realities of your Kingdom, made possible by your Spirit that lives in me, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.