Confessions For Provision

 I look to the Lord Most High, who is my source. As Abraham lifted up his eyes and saw the place of his provision, so I look unto the Lord who will see to it that all my needs are met and I am abundantly supplied. (Gen 22: 4)

 Both riches and honor come from the Lord and in his hand is power and might. The Lord makes me great and gives me strength. (1 Chronicles 29:12)

As I bring my tithes, offerings, and precious seed into the house of the Lord, I have enough in my house, with plenty left over and that which is left is great abundance. (2 Chronicles 31:10)

My cheerful, heartfelt, prompt to do it, obedient giving comes up for a memorial before my Father God. He takes note of it and immediately arranges provision for whatever area I am lacking. He is the air traffic controller of my destiny; placing people I don’t even know in my path to bless me. (Acts 10:4, 20-22.)

As I seek the Lord daily, and make supplication to the Almighty with a pure and upright heart, he will arise for me and make my righteous house prosperous. (Job 8:5-7)

He has crowned my year with goodness and his paths drop fatness. (Psalms 65:11)

 In all my ways, I acknowledge him, and He directs my paths. I turn not to the right hand or to the left, for my steps are ordered by the Lord, and I delight as I walk in them. Where the Lord leads me is as a shining light, that shines brighter and brighter unto a perfect day. I diligently seek the wisdom of God in all things. His wisdom brings riches and honor that will endure. My love for the wisdom of God causes me to inherit substance and my bank accounts are full. Wisdom was with God in the beginning; it is the Lord’s delight to give it to me. (Proverbs 8: 17-18, 30-31; Psalms 16:3)

My God is not a slot machine. He is not a God of chance; He is a God of precepts, principles and promises. I must do my part. Therefore, I prepare the ground of my heart, as a farmer tills the soil; I nurture my heart with his word, and guard it, keeping out anything that will stop my harvest. So shall I have plenty. I remain faithful and I abound with blessings. (Proverbs 28:19-20)

I do not strive for wealth, but rather, I choose to enter into rest; peace, undisturbed composure; for the works were finished from the foundation of the world. I have an ear to hear the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I am making progress; my life is changing for the better. I am always advancing and improving because I mix faith with the word that is preached. Thereby, I receive grace and obtain mercy; the many sides of God’s grace cover me in good time for every need. As a result of my rest in Him, I am abundantly supplied. (Hebrews 3:18 – 4:16)

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