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Friday Daily Devotional By Pastor David Okoye (Ambassadors Diet, 5th May 2017) – Go, Prosper!

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“And all nations shall call you blessed: for ye shall be a delightsome land, saith the LORD of hosts.” Malachi 3:12 

God delights in your prosperity. The same way a Father’s greatest desire is for his son to prosper, God also desires that we become prosperous. As much as God wants you to prosper, you must do so through Him. 

 There is a difference between the prosperity of an unbeliever and that of a God-child. We ought to prosper the way God would if He were to be on the earth. 

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The prosperity of an unbeliever comes with a lot of negative things (unknown to them). But scripture tells us in Proverbs 10:22

“The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.” 

This invariably means that the blessing that is not from God comes with sorrow. 
When God prospers you, He protects your prosperity as well. Your prosperity is spiritual. In fact, it is more spiritual than physical. 

Ephesians 1:3 says, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ.” 

The much God would prosper you is by the works of your hands. The works of your hand is a channel through which God would prosper you. It connects your blessings in the spiritual and brings them down to the physical. 
Human prosperity lasts only for a while; but the prosperity that answers to the altar of God lasts from generation to generation. 
Take Abraham as a case study. His prosperity still continues. In fact, till date, we as new creations are beneficiaries of the Abrahamic blessings. This is how God prospers. 
The prosperity of God always attracts the enemy. When your prosperity does not attract the enemy, there is still work to be done. Oh, look at Job. He was so prosperous, Satan himself got attracted. Job identified the altar of God in his life. The devil himself knew that Job’s prosperity was not normal.

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Job 1:10b says,

“…thou hast blessed the works of his hands, and his substance is increased in the land.” 

Your prosperity is such that would confound and mystify the world.
I prosper in all I do, because I get God involved. I have all I need; I lack nothing.

Job 1:1-10, Matthew 25:15-30

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