Where Are Your Blessings?

Let me tell you where your blessings are.

Do you remember your junior high Science? Then you know, for thousands of years, water has been moving in a cycle, from earth to the air and back to the earth again. During this water cycle, its chemical composition, H20, does not change, but the form it exists in does. It can go from being a gas, to a liquid, to a solid. That’s right–water can exist as a gas, but under the right conditions become as solid as ice. What does this have to do with your blessings? A lot! Read on.

Ephesians 1:3 tells us that God has blessed us with all spiritual blessings in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus. Notice, He has already blessed us with every blessing we will ever need. God has fulfilled every promise, having provided righteousness, health, peace and godly prosperity for us already. You already have what you think you lack.

“But if so, why don’t I see them? Where are these blessings you are talking about?”

Remember the water cycle? Water can exist as an invisible gas, but under the right conditions change into solid ice. While in its gaseous state, it exists, but is unobservable to the senses. But it’s there, as much water as it will ever be! You would be wrong to conclude no water is in the air just because it is invisible. Create the right set of conditions and it will manifest itself to you.

Your blessings are right there, in Christ, in you. They exists in their spirit form, but they are as real as water in its gaseous state. Don’t be fooled into thinking that just because they are unobservable they are not already present with you. They are there because God declared it so. Create the right set of conditions in your heart and they will manifest themselves to you. Like water, God gives those blessings the power to change their form, to go from being just spiritual to being emotional and physical. To becoming the type of blessing you can feel and touch!

Water needs cold or heat to change form. And spiritual blessings need faith in God’s Word and patience to materialize. “Therefore, whatsoever things you desire, when you pray, believe you have already received them, and you shall have them.” (Mark 11:24)

The woman with the issue of blood said, “If I but touch the hem of his garments, I will be healed.” She believed her healing, though invisible, was already present in Him. She released her faith with her words and her health materialized; instantly, in her case.

Are you asking God to bless you? You are too late. He already has! Therefore, when you pray, do not beg God to bless you. Instead, believe He has already blessed you and release faith out of your mouth with your words. Then continue to confess God’s Word, to give thanks, to believe–knowing that the blessing which today exist in spirit form will surely manifest “tomorrow,” in the form of a blessing that is as solid as ice! It may not happen instantly, but it will, if you faint not.

Now that you know where your blessings are, enjoy!

2 Comments on “Where Are Your Blessings?”

  1. Father God Bless you for this powerful message, now that am aware of my blessing and knowing that they are right here with me, I will always tell him thank you instead of asking him to bless me

  2. Good morning Bishop, I salute you again in the name of JESUS on this mind moving and powerful one.

    We serve a great God who I believe can’t stand seeing us begging him but rather it gives him great joy and pleasure when we believe him beyond our level by giving him thanks each time we commun with him.

    The last paragraph is really a word for me to encourage me the more, since I don’t remember when was the last time I had prayed by even asking God, but I have always given him thanks in my prayers, which I believe is faith in his words and this exercise has yielded great results/reward over the period.

    May the Lord continue to endow you with his deepest wisdom and knowledge as he reveals himself to you the more, God bless

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