Stop Limiting God!

Apostle's Daily Meditations

Yea, they turned back and tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel. – Psalm 78:41

We need to respect this verse above but we also need to reverse this verse in our lives! In other words, we need to learn from the example of these Old Testament saints and refuse to be turned back by man, religion, the world system, or our own unbelief.

Instead, we need to determine to live Word-oriented lives. We need to have the attitude, I refuse to be broke. I refuse lack to come anywhere near my house, my family, my job, or any area of my life. There is nothing I can’t have. There is no place I can’t go.

Take certain words such as “can’t” out of your vocabulary and stop talking about what you don’t have or can’t afford. As you do, you will begin to take the limits off…

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Brought Forth

Amen

Apostle's Daily Meditations

He brought them forth also with silver and gold: and there was not one feeble person among their tribes. – Psalm 105:37

Will you allow God to bring you forth? Many Christians stumble over the truth in the verse above. They don’t believe that God will instruct them and show them the way out of their situation because they feel condemned. They feel that they brought the condition on themselves, so why would God help them and lead them out?

You have to think “truth” in spite of appearances, and you have to learn to let go of past failures. For example, when you look at your empty checking account, how are you responding? What are you saying? Are you still in agreement with God and His Word when the circumstances aren’t lining up? Or do you begin to side in with what you see?

When others around you get…

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Resurrect

I resurrect right now!

Apostle's Daily Meditations

But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you. – Romans 8:11

Everything that Satan had, he put at the mouth of Jesus’ grave. All of his strength, power, and help was aimed at holding Jesus down. This parallels with your life. Do you see the connection here? If Satan was using everything he had that morning and it didn’t work, then whatever he tries to use against you today can’t work.  When it’s time for you to get up from a situation, you’ll get up! You’re a child of God, and the same Spirit and power that dwelled in Christ, dwells in you!  If you’re going to witness and celebrate the resurrection everyday, there’s nothing strong enough to hold you. You…

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More Than Likely

Amen! I am a prosperous person!

Apostle's Daily Meditations

His mother saith unto the servants, Whatsoever he saith unto you, do it. – John 2:5

When Jesus then lifted up his eyes, and saw a great company come unto him, he saith unto Philip, Whence shall we buy bread, that these may eat? And this he said to prove him: for he himself knew what he would do. – John 6:5-6

There’s one word that these two verses have in common and that’s “possibility.” Not one time did Jesus come across a situation where He didn’t know what He would do. Why? Because He knew that all things are possible. As a matter of fact, Jesus knew that He was possibility. This means that Jesus knows how to manifest anything for you, no matter how unlikely you think it is; including your prosperity.

Jesus knows how to manifest prosperity in unlikely places and unlikely people.

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How I Afford to Travel… And You May Not Like What I’m Going To Say

Thus sums up why I want to travel. But haven’t got bold enough to just up and go yet. Lol

Kate from the States

The honest truth – I never have the money I need to travel, but I buy the ticket anyway. I’ve realized that money comes and goes, but the more I make, the harder it is to part with it and weirdly, the less I have, the easier it becomes to budget.

I don’t do that saving account, checking account, travel account thing either. I am not rational. I am extreme. I want to travel and so I do. There is no in between. While I was working my first career job in public relations, I realized early on that it was going to take me forever to save all the money I would need to see the world. I come from a middle class family, I’m the middle child of five and I live in one of the most expensive places in America – Long Island, New York. I don’t…

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