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by Shirley Williams
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Phil.4:19, “But my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ

Romans 12:3, “...God has dealt to every man the measure of faith.”

Mark 11:22-24, “Have faith in God.
23- Verily I say unto you, whosoever shall say unto this mountain be thou removed
and be thou cast into the sea, and shall not doubt in his heart but shall believe
those things which he says shall come to pass, he shall have whatsoever he says.
24-Therefore, I say unto you, what things soever you desire, when you pray, believe
that you receive them, and you shall have them.”

These are wonderful prophetic promises of our Lord, and our God, to His children. That’s you and me. God doesn’t want us to just read about His prophetic promises, and say, “Oh, that’s nice.” He wants us to ‘experience’ the blessings of them in our daily lives as a testimony of His love and glory to the world around us. This is where Mark 11:22, ‘have faith in God’ must become a working reality in everything we say and do.

Several years back, my husband and I had been praying for and asking the Lord to help us to get out of debt. We both had been consistently praying about this but prayer alone is not enough. Thus, the saying, ‘prayer is the key to heaven, but faith unlocks the door.’ James 5:15 says, “...and the prayer of faith will heal the sick.’

Prior to this, the Lord had told me, “You’re going to have to give your way out of debt.” To my thinking, this seemed totally backward and it should be that I ‘receive’ to get out instead of ‘give’ to get out. But then, God’s thoughts and ways are higher than our’s (Is.55:8), and He does know what is best for each of us. Amen.

Later on, I was telling God that I would need certain amounts of money for this, and certain amounts of money for that in order to pay off some things. He stopped me one day in the middle of my praying and said very clearly.

“You don’t need money. All you need is faith to bring in the provision.”

Again, this was totally backward from what I thought I needed. It doesn’t take much faith to believe God when you already have money. The real test of your faith is to believe God when you don’t have the money. I understood that God was saying I needed to believe for something I couldn’t see so that I could receive something I could see. In essence, this is what faith is. God is not moved by our need. He knows what we have ‘need’ of before we even ask. He is moved by our faith in Him, and in His prophetic word (Heb.11:6).

Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped (desired) for, and the evidence of things not seen.”

The world says, “I’ll believe it when I can ‘see’ it.” God’s way is to believe you have the provision BEFORE you can see it in reality. The world’s way is fear-based. God’s Way is the way of faith. “The just shall live by faith”(Gal.3:11).
My husband and I did stick our faith out there to believe and expect. Plus, we sowed some financial ‘seed’ in order to reap a harvest. In Phil.4:19, God didn’t say how He would specifically supply our need. He just said, He would, if we would put our faith in His Word, and SAY unto that mountain, be thou removed and be cast into the sea.

Because of our faith, God began supplying the ‘need’ by both of us getting raises in our jobs. He also began teaching us to be more responsible with the money that He provided. Plus, in our painting and restoration business on the side, God began having people call seemingly ‘out of the blue’ wanting work done on their houses, apts. and businesses In three short months, we had made $13,000 in side work alone, which helped tremendously toward paying off some things and sowing more seed.

Slowly but surely, we began seeing more money left at the end of the month, than we saw month left at the end of our money. Praise the Lord! Later on, in prayer one day, I was thanking God for His faithfulness and for providing the money we needed when the Holy Spirit said:

“Your faith is providing what is already in place for you. Know that your faith is the currency of heaven, and I will teach you how to use it in wisdom. So, spend your faith.”

I had never heard that term before, “spend your faith” but I knew I had heard the Lord. The Holy Spirit was teaching me that my faith is the ‘deciding factor’ in whether I receive from heaven’s supply. If I ‘spend’ (act, release) my faith in God’s prophetic promises, then I will receive. If I hoard my faith in unbelief and fear, I won’t receive anything except God’s general blessings such as rain, sunshine, etc.

When Jesus came into His home town of Nazareth to minister to the people, they refused to ‘spend’ their faith to believe Jesus. Their level of acute unbelief stopped Jesus and robbed them of the miracle so many of them desperately needed. They hoarded their faith in unbelief and they got nothing (Mark 5:1-5).


In the time after Abraham died, there came about a famine in the land and most of the people were going to Egypt where there was provision. Isaac was one of those people who started out for Egypt. In the city of Gerar, the Lord appeared to Isaac and told him to stay where he was. Isaac obeyed the Lord’s instructions and didn’t go to Egypt. He stayed where he was---in the middle of a famine. God promised to bless him. Thus, Isaac had to believe God for something he couldn’t see so that he could receive something he could see in the natural realm.

Gen.26:12, Then Isaac sowed in that land and received (reaped) in the same year a hundredfold: and the Lord blessed him.”

Isaac had the favor of God on his life because of his faith and obedience to the prophetic word of the Lord. The Lord had said (paraphrase), “Isaac, spend your faith---release it to sow in this land
and see what I will do.” Through faith and obedience, Isaac sowed and reaped an overflow harvest.
“But without faith, it is impossible to please Him: for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him” (Heb.11:6).

A person is always spending their faith in something or someone and receiving a harvest. The question is, in what are you spending your faith? Do you spend your faith in God’s ability to save your children, provide your needs and so on? Or do you spend your faith in the devil’s ability to steal your children, destroy your finances; your marriage and even kill you physically in the process? A person is going to have faith in something, even if it’s nothing. Mark 11:22 said, “Have faith in God.” That’s about as plain and to the point as you can possibly get.


Faith and obedience goes hand and hand to bring the favor of God upon your life more tangibly. In Isaac’s case, he was all set to follow the rest of the crowd going to Egypt when he had a “divine interruption” from the true and living God. He probably reasoned that there was a famine and everybody else was going to Egypt for provision. No doubt it seemed like the right and logical thing to do.

But someone else’s place of provision may not be the specific place of provision God has planned for you. Even though the way you’re going to get your need met seems logical to your mind, God has a different way. A way that may seem totally illogical, but you get there by nothing but your ‘faith in God.' Amen.

It wasn’t a bad thing for Isaac to go to Egypt. It just wasn‘t God‘s plan for his life. It wasn‘t his destiny. You can do what seems good and still end up in the wrong place. Egypt wasn’t the place where God planned to bless him with overflow blessings. Egypt wasn’t Isaac’s place of provision. Egypt wasn’t his source. God was his source, just like God is our source for everything we have need of. Even though the city of Gerar was in the middle of a famine, it was Isaac’s place of provision.

The devil may have plans to keep you in a place of famine and discouragement but God has good plans (Jer.29:11). He has plans to bless you abundantly right in the middle of your particular famine and turn the whole situation around for your good, and for the lives you will touch.

Meanwhile, you may have your life all planned out because you’re experiencing a famine in business, family, spiritual life, finances, health, etc. and you’re going to follow the crowd to Egypt so as to receive provision. According to the Bible’s types and shadows of spiritual or worldly things, Egypt is a type of the world.

It’s easy to follow others to Egypt (world) because provision there seems much easier to acquire. All you need is a few credit cards with spending allowances ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 with interest rates as high as 25%. But remember that Egypt is a place of ‘bondage.’ The people of Israel were in slavery there for 430 years.

The “easy” way out always looks good and appealing as a ‘quick-fix.’ It is the proverbial “the grass is always greener” on the other side. That is, until you get over there and step in a few cow dabs. Then you find out that it is a lie straight out of the very pit of hell to enslave and destroy you (John 10:10).
When you are all packed and set to follow the crowd to Egypt, don’t be surprised when you receive a “divine interruption” from the true and living God, Who says, ‘stay in the land.’ He gives you a prophetic promise, “Stay where you are, and I will be with you, and I will bless you.” When you hear His voice, harden not your heart but hear what the Spirit of the Lord is saying to you. It will mean the difference between slavery and freedom. Famine and abundant blessings. Amen!

Your faith and obedience to God’s prophetic word of promise will bring overflow blessings into your life. David said,“....my cup runs over” (Psalm 23:5). Who was it filling the cup? God. Do you suppose He knew when the cup was full? He did, but He just kept right on pouring until the cup over-flowed. God will do the same for you. It will be a “too much” blessing like it was for Isaac and David.

The overflow wasn’t for Isaac; it was for those people who stayed in Gerar, and who needed provision too in order to live. Isaac was willing and obedient to be a channel God used to meet the needs of the people around him. God desires to use you and I to be channels of His love and blessings to minister to the needs of others---all to the glory of God. He is always looking for willing vessels. Amen.

Even though there was no physical evidence of provision that Isaac could see in the city of Gerar, God could see the overflow blessing He was about to bring into his life. God see’s the beginning from the end and the provision was already there. The requirement for it to manifest was for Isaac to “spend his faith” in what God had told him---“Stay in the land and I will be with you, and I will bless you.”

If your spouse or a close friend is consistently truthful with you and they honor their word given, you come to trust them. You learn to have faith in that person’s word---you can trust them to do you good. The same thing applies to God and His integrity to honor His Word given to us. “Have faith in God.” Why? Because He’s not a man that He should lie. He is faithful to do ALL that He says He will do. Because there is no failure in God. Because He is truth, and He is a rewarder of faith. Faith and obedience pleases God and brings His specific blessings and favor into our lives.

You may be in a tough situation right now and you’ve been crying out to God for change. It may be that you’re in a job that is difficult because of the boss or other people you work with. It may be a bad marriage where one spouse is unsaved and abusive. It may be in a church where you are absolutely miserable because of its deadness.

You may be about to leave these places of famine and go where there is better provision when you are “divinely interrupted.” God says, “Stay in the land and I will be with you, and I will bless you.” Now, you’re faced with a choice. Do you ‘spend your faith’ in the truth and stay in the land in obedience to God? Or, in fear and unbelief, do you go your own way---a way that seems right for you?

“There is a way that seems right to a man but the end thereof is death (destruction)”
(Proverbs 12:15).


The Holy Spirit had said to me, “You don’t need money. All you need is faith to bring in the provision.”

So, like we spend money, the Lord was saying, “Spend your faith.” When we spend our faith in God’s prophetic word, and because faith is motivated by love (Gal.5:6), obedience will naturally follow. Faith is not passive but it is active. Thus, James 2:17 says, “Faith without works
(acts of love) is dead.” Faith requires a responsible action on our part.
Faith is also a ‘seed’ (Romans 12:3), just as God’s word is a ‘seed.’
Mark 4:14, “The sower soweth the word.”

The question is, what kind of seed are we sowing and what kind of harvest are we reaping? The Bible says in Gal.6:7, that we will reap whatever it is that we sow. We are either spending our faith in God and sowing the seed of His word. Or, we are spending our faith in the devil and sowing the seed of his lies. Our harvest will either be one of abundant life and blessing or of stealing, killing and destruction (John 10:10). The responsibility of choice is yours and it is mine. Let us choose wisely. Amen.

Mark 11:22, “Have faith in God.” You could even say it this way and still be scripturally correct. “Spend your faith in God.”

This is what Isaac did when he obeyed God. He took God at His word, spent his faith and stayed in the land. Not everybody went to Egypt and someone would need to be there in the city of Gerar who had some provision during the famine. Enter Isaac. We are never blessed with overflow for ourselves alone. We are always blessed in order that we might reach out to others in need and be a blessing to them. Therefore, God has a reason for asking you to “stay in the land” right now so you can minister His love and blessings to those around you in need. Trust Him. He will show you the way.

Galatians 3:11 says, “The just shall live (walk) by faith.”

Even though you can’t see with the natural eye what God is bringing to you on the other side of your faith, just trust Him. Even though that thing God is asking you to do seems absolutely crazy, spend you faith in Him anyway. Do it in obedience and watch God bring miracles and blessings into your life. Watch God bring overflow into your hands so that you can not only BE blessed yourself but BECOME a blessing to others around you. Hallelujah! You have to spend your faith so that you can receive provision. You ‘give’ something in order to ‘receive’ something in return.

“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again” (Luke 6:38).

This is God’s promise and it is meant to bless you abundantly. The ‘running over’ part is meant to bless those that God brings you in contact with who are in need. May God help each one of us to be good stewards of His “riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”

Let’s define the word “spend.”

SPEND (verb)----Dispose of, to expend (time, labor, thought, etc.) on some enterprise
To use
To give for some cause

RELEASE (verb)---To free from confinement,
Loose Let go
The releasing of something (the spending/releasing of our faith in God)
(from Webster’s Dictionary)


We come to the point of asking the question, how do you spend your faith? The Holy Spirit said, “Our faith is the currency of heaven.” Put in our natural mode of speaking, you would say that faith is a means of exchange. When you were born again by the Spirit, you spent your faith in Christ to receive salvation by His grace (Eph.2:8). If you look at faith in the same context as money, we know that when we go into a store, we ‘spend‘ money so that we can receive goods. Thus, it is an exchange. We release, that is, we let go of the money so that we can receive provision we have need of.


Let’s break this concept down and try to make it even more plain. Let’s say you go to your local Wal-Mart store in your area because you have a “need.” Wal-Mart, being the town’s storehouse of supply has the provision. Maybe you need some light bulbs, etc. Regardless of what the need is, Wal-Mart has the provision. In order to receive your need met, you must have some money for the exchange. Otherwise, you receive nothing.

You know without doubt that Wal-Mart can supply what you have need of. Therefore, you walk into the store with confidence and go right to the light bulb section. You pick up the light bulbs and head for the check out. Before you even get to Wal-Mart, you saw yourself receiving the manifestation of the light bulbs.

In fact, before you even left home, you thought about light bulbs and “said” you were going to Wal-Mart to get some light bulbs. There was no doubt in your mind that you would have that provision of light bulbs in a little while. Why? Because you believed Wal-Mart housed your provision and you had the means to get it. It was a “done deal,” as it were.

Even when you walk up to the check out, you don’t tremble with fear, worrying about whether you’ll be able to get the light bulbs. You KNOW you will. You are confidently sure that you have your need met. You have the provision of light bulbs. Finally, you walk out of the store with satisfaction---the exchange has been made. Though this is in the natural, I have just described ‘faith,’ our attitude about it, our confidence and boldness to go into God’s Kingdom Storehouse and “spend our faith” to receive provision already paid for and in place. Glory to God! Jesus said, “It is finished!”

Let’s see how this worked:

You had a need-----light bulbs
You thought and said,-----I’m going to get them
You envisioned -----saw yourself receiving them
You acted in confidence-----no doubt or unbelief
Currency was exchanged, -----you received your need met
You experienced gladness and satisfaction

If you stop and think about it, each time you go to Wal-Mart, or whatever store it may be, you will envision seeing yourself in the store receiving the items you have need of. It works the same way in the spiritual realm. We envision things, people and situations in the positive or the negative in all that we do. If you think about your job, you envision seeing yourself doing the specific work you do. If you plan to work in the garden the next day, you will envision seeing yourself dig up the earth, pulling weeds and planting flowers. In your “minds eye,” if you will, you will have already completed your flower garden. You “see” it done. In the spiritual realm this is called, “Faith vision.”

“And he calls those things that be not as through they were”( Romans 4:17).

If you can believe it, you can see it, and if you can see it, you can receive it. Amen.


Everything begins with a thought that is expressed in words and results in an action, whether it is
positive or negative. When God created the universe and all things, He had the thought first.
Then, He expressed it, “And God said.” The active results, “Let there be light and it
was” is what we now see around us.

God, the Creator of heaven and earth, has a Kingdom Storehouse for His children to come in
confidence, spend our faith and receive our needs met in glory by Christ Jesus
(Phil.4:19). Just like with the natural storehouse, there must also be a means of exchange in order
to receive provision. That means of exchange in the spiritual realm is “faith.” That is, the God
kind of faith. In this natural world, the exchange is money, thus, the Holy Spirit said, “Spend
your faith” just like you would spend money for goods.

We have looked at Isaac who was in a famine and who had a need. We have also seen how God met his need when Isaac spent his faith in God’s prophetic promise. Now let us look at the woman with the issue of blood.

Mark 5:25-34,
“And a certain woman which had an issue of blood twelve years,
26-And had suffered many things (treatments) of many physicians, and had “spent” all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse,
27-When she had heard of Jesus, came in the press (crowd) behind and touched His garment.
28-For “she said,” if I may but touch His clothes, I shall be whole.
29-And straightway (instantly) the fountain of her blood was dried up, and she felt in her body that she was healed of that plaque (disease).
30-And Jesus, immediately knowing in Himself that virtue (power, anointing) had gone out of Him, turned Him about in the press and said, Who touched my clothes?
31-And His disciples said unto Him, you see the multitude thronging you, and you say, Who touched Me?
32-And He looked round about to see her that had done this thing.
33-But the woman fearing and trembling, knowing what was done in her, came and fell down before Him, and told Him all the truth.
34-And He said unto her, “Daughter, your faith has made you whole, go in peace and be healed of your plaque (disease).”

This woman’s faith was the deciding factor in whether she received the provision of healing that she so desperately needed. So, how did she spend her faith? First of all, she had a need which
qualified her for a miracle. If you have a need today, no matter what it is, you qualify for a miracle from God.

She had a need-----healing in her body
She heard about Jesus, the Word-----faith comes by hearing (Roms.10:17)
She thought to herself---if I can get to Jesus---she envisioned herself healed (Prov. 23:7).
She said-----if I can touch His clothes, I’ll be whole
She acted in obedience to what she’d heard-----she decided to “spend her faith” in Jesus
She received the provision of healing-----she was made whole
She rejoiced -----thankful unto God for the miracle.

The Holy Spirit has said, “Your faith is providing what is already in place for you.” Provision was made for us through the shed blood of Jesus Christ. His blood is the guaranteeing factor of a new covenant with better promises. All of our needs are met in Christ Jesus when we spend our faith to receive what He purchased for us with His life’s blood. Some of the provisions that are in place for us through the blood of Jesus.

Grace and mercy
Eternal life
Power over enemy
Prosperity (spirit, soul and body)
Revelation knowledge
Guidance by Holy Spirit
Spiritual gifts

And so much more than I can list here.

God gives us a “seed” of His faith (Romans 12:3--Eph.2:8) when we are born again to “spend” in His Kingdom Storehouse to receive provision. We are encouraged from the word to abound, to grow in faith (II Cor. 8:7). In the natural when you hear about a new exercise, if you’re into staying fit, you don’t automatically become stronger by just knowing about the exercise. You grow and become physically stronger by actually “doing” the exercise on a consistent basis.
This principal works the same in the spiritual realm. We become stronger and grow in faith by hearing the word and by acting, by exercising the word in our daily lives. We have to be consistent to exercise our faith---to spend our faith in all types of situations. And make no mistake about it, we will have plenty of opportunity to exercise and spend our faith everyday. Our obedience to spend our faith in God and His prophetic word is the deciding factor in receiving provision already in place for us.

When the woman with the issue of blood spent her faith in the prophetic words of Jesus, she received the provision of healing already in place for her. David blessed the Lord in Psalm 103:3 and said, “Who forgives all my iniquities; and who heals all my diseases.” Provision was already in place because Jesus was slain and shed His blood before the foundation of the world (Rev.13:8). Provision was already in place when Jesus read from Isaiah 61:1 and said, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because He has anointed Me to heal the brokenhearted...”
(Luke 4:18).

Surely this woman with the issue of blood was brokenhearted since she had been dealing with the same issue for twelve years. Not only did she need physical healing but she needed emotional healing as well. She went for broke, if you will, to “spend her faith” in the message of Jesus---the Healer Who honored her faith. “Daughter, your faith has made you whole.”

What kind of issues are you dealing with today. Perhaps you have been hemorrhaging from some issues for years and you feel like your life is slowly draining out of you. The same Jesus that honored this woman’s faith stands ever ready to honor your faith spent in Him to bring healing to your life. Sometimes, like this woman, when you feel like you have nothing to lose, you’ve just got to go for broke and “have faith in God.” God is not slack concerning His prophetic promises. Spend your faith in Him and receive provision. Receive your life back in the name of Jesus.


I want to say again that in the beginning of creation, God spoke His thoughts into active manifestation. “God said, and it was.” Since we are created in His image and made in His likeness, we have the same ability to create our individual world with words based on faith, or words based on fear and unbelief. Words govern this planet. Words fill up books that line the shelves of libraries. Government legistration is done through words---words spoken and then written down on paper.

The universe is being held up by the “Word” of His power (Heb.1:3). We communicate with other people through words, as well as body language, etc. We are either justified or condemned by our words (Matt.12:37). We’re admonished to “Let no corrupt communication (words) come out of your mouth but that (words) which is good and edifying” (Eph.4:29).

It is obvious that the “words” we speak either in faith or in fear and unbelief is very important to the quality of life we live as a Christian. The woman with the issue of blood spoke positive words, spending her faith in the Word, then following through with an obedient action. The result was, she received the provision of healing she had need of.

The people in Nazareth who rejected Jesus and His message spoke negative words, and though they had many physical needs, their unbelief afforded them nothing. Only a few minor ailments were healed, when Jesus desired to do so much more. Jesus desires to do so much more for the body of Christ today if we are willing and obedient to spend our faith to receive provision already in place for us. (1 Peter 2:24, “....by Whose stripes you were healed.”

We “spend our faith” by releasing words of confidence and trust in the prophetic promises of God. That is, we make confession with our mouths of what we believe to be true in our hearts. We will only be obedient to what we believe to be true, whether it is God’s truth, or the devil’s lies of deception.

Romans 10:10, For with the heart man believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth
confession is made unto salvation.”

Hebrews 4:14, “Where holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling. Consider the Apostle
and High Priest of our profession (confession), Christ Jesus,”

Hebrews 4:14, “Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens,
Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast to our profession” (confession of

We go to God’s Kingdom Storehouse in the spiritual the same way we would go to Wal-Mart in the natural for something needed. We make our confession unto (say aloud what the need is), “I believe I receive my need met in Jesus name.” By the power of the Holy Spirit, we remain strong and unwavering in our stand of faith (Mark 11:22-24), knowing without doubt that “we shall have whatsoever we say.”

Through obedience, we release our faith to believe God’s Word is true, that it is reliable and it will come to pass, just like He said it would. We spend our faith to believe that we have our need met before we ever see it in the natural.

We stand in resistance to satan when he lies and says that God is not trustworthy and we won’t receive the manifestation of our prophetic promises. We resist the lie in Jesus name, by the blood and by the word of God (Rev.12:11), “it is written!” We resist the lie of the devil that says God is unreliable and it is a waste of our time to put our faith in Him.

James 4:7, “Submit yourselves therefore unto God; resist the devil and he will flee from you.”

We resist the lies of satan by spending our faith in the logos and rhema word of God---the sword of the Spirit, and in the name of Jesus. Then, we take our stand, unwavering, even though everything around us is speaking contrary to what we have staked our faith on. Even though it may seem crazy to spend our faith and believe for something that we can’t see yet with our natural eyes, we spend it anyway.

Just remember that the devil is a liar (John 8:44) and ALL truth is in Jesus, for HE is the TRUTH! (John 14:6) Hallelujah! If He said, He would do a thing, then He will honor His word given. Therefore, we act in faith and obedience on what the WORD Himself says. Amen.

Ephesians 6:13-18, “Wherefore, take unto you the whole armor of God, that you may be able to
withstand in the evil day, and having done all to stand (in faith),
14- Stand therefore (in faith), having your loins girt about with truth, and
having on the breastplate of righteousness;
15- And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace.
16- Above ALL, taking the shield of faith, wherewith you shall be able to
quench all the firy darts of the wicked,
17- And take the helmet of salvation, the sword of the Spirit, which is the
Word of God;
18- Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, watching
thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints.”
(emphasis added)


“Father God, in the mighty name of Jesus, I come boldly to your throne of grace. I come with praise and thanksgiving in my heart for who you are. For You alone are the One true and living God. There is no other. You are ever faithful to your promises and when I believe the promise, it becomes provision. I praise you that you are a God of integrity, and that you watch over your word to perform it.

Because I believe that, I choose to spend my faith in you and declare with my mouth that I am a child of the King. I am an heir of God and a joint-heir with Jesus Christ. I have an inheritance from my Father, made possible and guaranteed by the shed blood of my elder brother, Jesus. I thank you that provision is in place for me through the blood covenant, of which I am a recipient.
Therefore, I believe and declare that all my needs are met in glory by Christ Jesus, and according to your word, I lack for nothing. I spend my faith in you, Father God, and in your prophetic word that assures me the manifestation of provision. I believe I have it now in Jesus name.

By faith, I stand against every lie and trick of satan who would try to stop me from receiving any part of my inheritance. I agree with your word and declare satan to be defeated by the blood of Jesus and because of the blood, I say, “Get under my feet, satan, where you belong! I declare that the anointing of the Holy Spirit destroys ALL your yokes and burdens.” For ‘where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.’ I declare that I am free to receive ALL that my Father God has prepared for me IN Christ.

Lord, I give you praise, honor and glory for all You are, for all you have already done for me, and for all you are yet to do. I thank You, and praise You for an overflow of blessings so that I may BE a blessing going somewhere to happen for others. I give you all praise and thanksgiving in Jesus name, amen.”

God IS faithful and if we will only believe His prophetic Word, KNOWING that what we have spent our faith to believe, it WILL manifest. It has to for He has promised and “God is not a man that He should lie.” Glory to His name!

Shirley Williams

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