Double For Your Trouble

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“For your shame ye shall have double; and for confusion they shall rejoice in their portion: therefore in their land they shall possess the double: everlasting joy shall be unto them.” Isaiah 61:7

There is one thing about God that you must know, He is not unfair. He will never allow His children, whom He love, to go through the tests, the fire, and the valley and not experience His goodness in an outweighed measure in their life. Surely His goodness and mercy follows you all of the days of your life! Just as Job received twice as much as he had before his calamity, it is God’s will that you also receive double for your trouble. Double for your shame and double for your confusion. When God turned the captivity of Zion, they were like them that dream! They were walking around saying, “Pinch me. God is blessing me in such a way that I feel like I am dreaming!” The nations around them said, “Surely they are the nation whom the Lord has blessed.” Those around you may have seen your shame, but they will witness God exalting you and blessing you. What you will see in this time is a transfer of wealth like you’ve never seen before. Business ideas will be funded, God ideas will be funded, non-profits will be financially backed. Just as Rahab helped the Jewish spies, the most unlikely people will help you do what God has called you to do. They will fund your plan, so you must have a plan in place. Don’t be afraid to ask and don’t be too shy to receive. Don’t be afraid to present your proposal and your idea. Know what you are going to do when they say “yes” to you. Your situation is only temporary. God has a greater plan and it involves you being blessed in a great way to advance His Kingdom and establish His covenant in the earth!

Prayer: Father, thank You for Your word to me today! I receive the double, I receive Your blessing, I receive the power to get wealth, and I receive Your immeasurable favor in my life. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

(Read Job 42:10; Psalms 126; Joshua 2:1; Isaiah 60; Psalms 23:6; Deuteronomy 8:18)

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