I will give them my blessing.

by | Jan 17, 2020

I will give them my blessing.
“Then the LORD said, “If Aaron and his sons ask me to bless the Israelites, I will give them my blessing.” Numbers 6:27 (CEV)
God Blessed the children of Israel through the priesthood of Aaron.
Whatever the Blessings, they pronounced on the people God backed it up.
In this year of Creations with the Word of God that you say people will be blessed.
“And I will bless those who bless you [who confer prosperity or happiness upon you] and curse him who curses or uses insolent language toward you; in you will all the families and kindred of the earth be blessed [and by you, they will bless themselves].” 
Genesis 12:3  (AMPC)
Abraham became a Blessing because he not only believed God, he saw, and spoke as God gave the revelation.
Jesus gave you a higher mandate.
“Receive this truth: Whatever you forbid on earth will be considered to be forbidden in heaven, and whatever you release on earth will be considered to be released in heaven.  Matthew 18:18  (TPT)
Speak God’s Word to bless and uplift someone today.
“When the seventy missionaries returned to Jesus, they were ecstatic with joy, telling him, “Lord, even the demons obeyed us when we commanded them in your name!”  Luke 10:17 (TPT)
Forbid the work of the devil in yourself and the people around you.
You have the authority in Jesus Name to create what God has purposed.
It is your season of Creations.
Say it and See it manifested. In the people around you.
Bless someone in the name of the Lord and see it becoming a reality. 


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