“Then Philip went down to the city of Samaria, and preached Christ unto them” (Acts 8:5)
It is one thing to be blessed and another to be a blessing. God starts by blessing His own but wants them to end up being a blessing to others. In (Deut. 28:1-12) there is a list of blessings that pertain to one who has moved from just being blessed to being a blessing. There is an abundance of blessings that you will be running from, yet they will continue to pursue you; enemies who attack you will scatter and flee in seven directions. In addition, it says you will lend to nations According to Lev 25:7-49 at such a level of wealth, if your relatives sell some of their property because of poverty, you would go and buy it back and return it to them.
Whatever God has deposited in your life can be channelled towards blessing others. In Acts 3:1-8, God used Peter to heal a lame beggar. Do you know you can be a vessel through which God’s healing power can be channelled to the sick? You can meet the need of a financially impoverished brother or sister. In (Acts 8:5-8) God used Philip to deliver joy to the city of Samaria. In Gen 41:33-44, Joseph was a blessing to the nation of Egypt. God used him to preserve lives. You can become a blessing to the whole world like our Lord Jesus Christ. (Jn 1:29) Do not let any opportunity God gives you to bless others slip away. (O.H)
PRAYER LINE: Lift up our hearts, lift up our minds, O God, may faith be given That while we wander here below. Our treasure is in heaven – Anon.
Divine resources are never exhausted.