No matter what circumstances you may face be confident in knowing that the answer is in the word of God. If you find yourself challenged with financial issues, fear is attacking your mind or struggling with your relationships know that these are “Real Problems” and the word of God has the “Real Solutions.”
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Jesus died to save the world and that means you and your family. The word salvation includes forgiveness of sins, restoration, healing, help, safety, victory, freedom and provision. Salvation is a free gift from Jesus to you and your family. Believe in Jesus, confess your sins, and ask Him to change you and your world. His promise to you is abundant life with His peace for a bight future. Jesus came to save the world not to judge it (John 12:48) so believe in the Lord Jesus and you and your household shall be saved (Acts 16:31).
PRAY AND RECEIVE HIS SALVATION
Jesus, I believe in you and that you died for my sins on the cross. Please forgive me for my imperfections, mistake and sins. I acknowledge you as my Savior and surrender my life to you today. Please change me to change my world. I trust in you and thank you for accepting me into your royal family, in Jesus name.
There are seven aspects to your spiritual growth
- Stay in communion with God through daily prayer (Psalm 88:13).
- Daily read and meditate on the word of God (Psalm 119:9-11).
- Fellowship with other Christians (Hebrew 10:25).
- Regularly participate in communion (1 Corinthians 11:23-26).
- Give back to God in tithes and offerings (Malachi 3:6-12).
- Share your faith with other (Acts 5:42).
- Grow in significance by serving in the Kingdom of God (Ephesians 2:10).
DECLARE GOD’S WORD
The Bible says that life or death is in the power of your tongue. The words you speak have supernatural power to create and shape your destiny. Every day confess what God says about you such as, “I am loved by my Heavenly Father”, “Jesus is my righteousness”, “I am healed”, “I have peace”, “I will prosper”, “No weapon formed against me shall prosper”, “My family is saved”, “I am powerful”.
Living by faith is not something you will give a try and see if it works, it is a lifestyle. Faith is confident hope and expectation that your God shall provide, protect you and fight for you. Faith is a force that destroys fear, eliminates doubt, subdue evil and brings miracles to your address. Your faith makes you powerful. Jesus teaches that when you have faith in God you can move mountains, receive healings, and overcome all the evil works in your life. Things may get rough at times, however, because Jesus have overcome the evil one, His overcoming power in you will cause you to overcome. When challenges come: stand on the Word of God, speak the promies of God, and resist the devil until he flees. REFUSE to faint, REFUSE to be discouraged, REFUSE to give up your victory in Christ. Have faith in God. You are powerful and victorious.
Jesus describes the power of faith, “He replied, “Because you have so little faith. I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Matt 17:20. Faith makes you powerful. Faith makes you do the impossible. Faith makes you victorious. Have faith in God.
DECLARE THE WORD
I remain anchored in FAITH, confident that the promises of God for my life are yes and amen!
There are many demands on your time and energy. Stress is pressure, power, and influence that affects us mentally, emotionally and physically. Stress triggers reaction and action. Stress can come from daily activities, hassles and major life events. Stress can make you or break you, demote or promote you, drain or empower you. You can choose to manage stress for a greater you and greater opportunities.
Stress can be positive or negative according to the management of stress. The Bible teaches about a friend of Jesus called Martha who was experiencing negative stress that reached to a boiling point that made her vent to Jesus and her ‘lazy’ sister Mary. Jesus’ counsel to her after her outburst, “Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “you are worried and upset about many things, but only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.” Luke 10:41-42. Mary and Martha were in the presence of Jesus. Mary prioritized and managed her time and opportunity, while Martha stressed herself with things that were important but could have waited.
Positive stress is when we are confronted with challenges and problems that we see as opportunities for growth, accomplishments and miracles. Negative stress is when we are confronted with challenges that we find overwhelming and we allow to manage us. Rule your world. Pray, listen, order your world in files of priorities, get rid of excesses, go forward with peaceful confidence that God and you are in control.
DECLARE THE WORD
I will not be anxious for anything but instead I will make my requests known to God and rest in His peace.
Your work is what you do either at home or at your workplace. God described His work in creation, “By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.” Gen 2:2. By His example our life should be a combination of work and rest. Not only did God rest after His work, but He praised His work and called it, “Good”. He was pleased and satisfied with His work.
Work provides us with creative accomplishment, satisfaction and joy. Without work we become bored, unhealthy and unhappy. We are made in the image and likeness of God to work, create and achieve. Work provides money for our needs, family, ministry and recreation. Volunteering help us to remain active in work, bring value, and appreciated.
There is a difference, however, between working and slaving. With work we find satisfaction and praise. With slaving we are used without any rewards. We must not become a slave to our work or jobs. We must, therefore find a balance between work and life.
Balance Work and Life:
• Value God. God as your Source of life, strength and peace. Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Your work should also for Him and His Kingdom.
• Value YOU. Pay yourself, rest, have fun and enjoy your life as a gift from God.
• Value others. Work well with others and be a blessing when you can.
At the end of your life you want God to say to you, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things (your work on earth); I will put you in charge of many things (your work in heaven). Come and share your master’s happiness (eternal rewards)!” Matt 25:21.
DECLARE THE WORD
I am created in the image and likeness of God for creativity, power and prosperity. I bring value to my world and the Kingdom of God.
When God created us His master plan was for him to have a family of families. He told us to call Him our Heavenly Father and He sent His beloved Son Jesus to save our world. God is relational and created us in love to be His family. As our Father, Savior and King God gave us His nature, spiritual DNA and His name. “For this reason I kneel before the Father, from whom his whole family in heaven and on earth derives its name.” Eph 3:14-15.
The glory of our world is that the people of the world is the royal family of God with families of their own. Adam and Eve, the first married couple created by God, was given the joy to create their world, procreate and raise a family of families belonging to God. “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground.” Gen 1:27-28.
Families are the units of our society and God wants to prosper you and your family. You and your family are loved and blessed by God. God has promised to save you and your family by your faith in Him, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved – you and your household.” Acts 16:31.
DECLARE THE WORD
I belong to the family.
Jesus taught about finances and emphasized its importance. One of the names of God that describes His heart towards you is, “LORD Provider”. Here is God’s promise is to you, “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.” Phil 4:19.
The Bible teaches the importance of money, “Money is the answer for everything.” Eccl 10:19. It is important therefore for you to understand God’s principles on finances so that He can provide from His unlimited resources for you and your family in all areas. Your understanding and faith will determine your provision.
God’s principles on finances:
• God is your Source. He created the wealth of the earth and has incredible wealth in heaven.
• Honor God. Honor God above bills and others. Give to Him first what He asks for, His tithe (10% of your income and finances).
• Serve His mission. Give offerings to fulfill His mission to save the world, help the poor. Your abundant giving will determine your abundant living.
• Manage your money. Give to God, pay your bills, pay yourself, save, keep out of debt, and enjoy life.
Holistic prosperity includes spirit, soul, body, finances, relationships and joy. God’s word to you, “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.” 3 John 2. You can create your world.
DECLARE THE WORD
I shout for joy because God takes delight in my prosperity (Psalm 35:27) and He gives me the power of create wealth (Deut 8:18).
If we examine ourselves it is amazing how much we operate by fear. We fear what others may say about us so we are controlled by them. We fear what others may do to us so we are controlled by peer pressure. We fear what others are thinking about us so we are obsessed by fearful imaginations, thoughts of guilt and sometimes thoughts of bitterness. Let’s make some vows. “I will fear no evil!” “I will not fear what man can do to me!” “I will not fear failure!” “No fear here!”
God is with you and He is in control. He holds your future in His hands. Your declaration: “I will fear (revere, respect, honor) the Lord my God, Him only will I fear.” Here are some benefits of ‘fearing God’:
“The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom.” Psalm 111:10. “The fear of the LORD adds length to life.” Proverb 10:27. “The fear of the LORD is a fountain of life, turning a man from the snares of death.”
Proverb 14:27. “Humility and the fear of the LORD bring wealth and honor and life.” Proverb 22:4.
Allow God’s perfect love to drive out negative fear from your heart and fill you with faith in the power of God in you, with you and for you. God’s perfect love in you and for you is powerful, “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment (torment). The one who fears is not made perfect in love.” 1 John 4:18. God LOVES you. Be freed from fear.
DECLARE THE WORD
The Lord is my light and salvation, I will not fear.
Relationships are part of your health, wealth, holistic prosperity and the key to your continued success. God is relational and values relationship so much that in spite of having perfect relationship with Himself and His angels, He created mankind for relationship and calls us His family. The good news is that we can create healthy relationships.
Relationship with God and family
You can become a son or daughter of God by simply accepting Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and Lord. This is your greatest relationship. “He then brought them out and asked, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved – you and your household.” Acts 16:30-31. God’s gift of salvation to you is for you and your family, because your family relationship is also important to God.
Healthy Relationship with others
“God sets the lonely in families.” Ps 68:6. This relates to God putting you in healthy, trusting, non-judgemental relationships with common interests and values for sharing, caring, continued growth, accountability and joy. In our CHAYIL Community you will have a family within our larger family with people of like faith to inspire you, motivate you, and coach you into a greater you. It is a forum for discovery and celebration. Everyone needs praise and affirmation.
Healthy relationships takes work from each one so that everyone wins, “A man who has friends must himself be friendly, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.” Prov 18:24.
DECLARE THE WORD
I thank God for His gift of healthy relationships for joy, continued growth and inspiration.
Prayer is a powerful privilege to meet with our LORD God Almighty for worship, intimacy, intercession and solutions.
1) Worship. Exalting God for who He is, His awesome power that makes the impossible possible, and His awesome glory (splendor and majesty). Your worship acknowledges the beauty of His Holiness. Your worship will exalt Him greater than all your problems, fears, and circumstances.
2) Communion. Intimacy results from sharing, listening, crying, venting, asking, and loving in the presence of God. God is real and you can be real with Him. After all is said and heard, you will receive His love and affirmation that He loves you and will provide and protect you. Fellowshipping with God will strengthen your relationship with Him for the release of His greater glory in and through you. “The people who know their God shall be strong, and carry out great exploits.” Daniel 11:32
3) Praying for others. God loves your family, friends, and peers. God loves the world. When you pray for others, you give God the opportunity to bless them because you asked.
4) Thanksgiving. Faith is an important aspect of prayer. When you pray, pray with expectation for answered prayers. Believe and receive and end with thanksgiving. His Word.
As partners, we pray for you every day and you have a CHAYIL Family that is agreeing and cheering you on to victory.
DECLARE THE WORD
I thank God for the privilege of praying to Him at any time and place. He is always with me. He hears and answers my prayers.