In times of famine, God will always provide. Divine Providence will see God’s children through and take them on a path that drips with abundance even in the most perilous of times. In today’s episode, Dr. Siohvaughn Funches dives deeper into the heart and will of God for every believer, reassuring them that He is their Provider and He will supply all of their needs, even during a time of famine. God changes not, and what He did for Abraham and Issac during times of famine, He is willing and able to do for His covenant people now! Listen to the truth of God’s word and be refreshed in your faith and sure in your heart, because God will provide for you and He will provide abundantly!
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God Will Provide For You (Part Four)
We’re going to be continuing on with our very relevant series, God Will Provide for You. I absolutely love this title because it removes any doubts, any question marks and it puts in its place exclamation marks and certainty and surety. At all times, we need surety, especially in times when the whole world seems to be saying we have reason to be uncertain. I thank God that He is certain. His word is sure. He is true. He is stable and constant in all His ways. He changes not. His promise for us is that He will absolutely, positively provide for us.
Before we get deeper into the revelation and the wisdom that God has given us, let’s take a moment and do what we always do and let’s acknowledge God and ask Him to lead us and guide us in this podcast. Move me out of the way and come Himself and speak to us all. I’m in the audience as well as on the stage so to speak. I thank you, Heavenly Father, for the opportunity to get at the feet of Jesus and hear His word. I thank you, God, that your word is a lamp to our feet and it’s a light to our path.
I thank you, God, that you are instructing us and teaching us via this show in the way in which we should go. I thank you for every blessing, every benefit and every promise, God, you’ve made revealed to us and even those things that have not been revealed to us that is surely coming to pass in our life when we do the one thing that’s needful. We get at the feet of Jesus and hear His word. I thank you that as we do that, God, you are taking care of everything Lord that concerns us. We are casting our cares down at your very capable feet, Lord.
We are thanking you and praising you for the opportunity to know you more, to go deeper into intimacy and fellowship with you. I pray, God, that you will give to each and every one of us the spirit of wisdom and revelation and the knowledge of Jesus. I pray that the eyes of our understanding, you will continue to enlighten that we will know even more the hope of His calling, the riches of the glory of His inheritance and the saints and what is the exceeding greatness of His power toward us who believe according to the working of His mighty power.
I thank you, Jesus, for you are expounding on the scriptures to us about the things concerning yourself. You are opening up our eyes to see that there are more for us than there are against us. I thank you for proving to us even in this day and in this time, although weapons form, they will not prosper against us. I thank you that you have clothed us in garments of praise and you have dressed us in an eternal robe of righteousness. I thank you for your blood that covers us, covers what you’ve given us, and even covers what you promised to give us that we haven’t possessed yet.
I thank you for taking us into the promised land you’ve made for us collectively and individually and blessing us to possess our possessions and inherit the fullness of our inheritance as heirs of God and joint heirs with you, Christ, and even heirs as the sons and daughters of Abraham. In Jesus name, we pray and we come in full agreement. There’s power in agreement, God, and we come in full agreement and I thank you, Jesus. You’re in the midst and you are answering us more exceedingly, more abundantly above all we could ever asked you thought or imagined. According to your power, God, that’s at work in us, which is your Holy Spirit. In Jesus name, amen.
In Times Of Famine, God Will Provide
Thank God for giving us this on time word but timeless word that He will provide for us because it’s not that we in the world are experiencing something. It’s having a famine effect, not just in a certain land but in the world. There’s no need to panic. God will provide for us, His people. This is true even during celebratory times. That’s what makes it timeless, the word, because it’s true all the time that God will provide for us and God promises to supply all of our needs. We as humans are fearfully and wonderfully made. We’re pretty complex beings. We’ve got mind, soul, body, spirit. There are many facets, many aspects to our life, who we are and our life around us, our environment, family, finances. There’s so much going on and God knowing everything that’s going on better than we do. Even being aware of things that we possibly are not even aware of has gone before us promising and proclaiming. God is not a man. Man sometimes lie. Ladies don’t shout amen too loud. God is not a man that He should lie. He means mankind.
God is not a man that He should lie, neither the son of man that He should repent. When God promises something, when He proclaims something, it’s not just God saying something. God is not speaking, throwing out wishful thoughts or having these hopeful phrases shot out of His mouth. God doesn’t speak an idle word. Every word of God spoken is with purpose. It is with power. God is His word. He is the truth. He cannot lie. God promised, “I will supply all of your needs.” That’s in every area. We’re dealing in touching on a little bit more here about finances. That’s because of the famine that the world is experiencing and God is giving a word to His people.
Some people say, “God, I don’t need a word. I need a paycheck.” No. If a word is all you have, then a word is all you need because God promised to supply all of your needs. God spoke to me once during a very serious financial crisis. I’m talking about foreclosure, repossession, all of this I’m facing all at one time. I don’t know if many people know debt like that. There are people if you told them they had that much debt, they would say, “Pinch me so I can wake up from that nightmare.” Except my eyes were open and I wasn’t sleeping. I wasn’t dreaming. It was scary like a nightmare but I definitely was awake.
It happened to me. In a financial sense, I lost it all. It amazes me how I can look back on that and see that God sustained me. The natural inclination was what I needed. I needed income. I needed a job. My list went on and on. That’s when God was revealing to me, “I promise to supply all of your needs.” Although you can say, “God, I need this,” I’m telling you, if you don’t have it, you don’t need it. “I promised I who cannot lie, that I will supply all your needs.” It was many times I thought, “I didn’t need this.” God provided and it was like that’s where the revelation was birth for the show that played previously, Provision in Peculiar Places.
I had a one-track mind. I had my way of how money would come in and even the fact that I needed money. You’d be amazed at how much the favor of God is worth. It’s worth more than all the money in the world. We spoke about Tina Turner and her testimony, her true-life story and how she didn’t have money, dollar bill forms, but she had her good name. The Bible even talks about how a good name is worth more than silver and gold. God spoke those words through King Solomon. That’s relevant because God himself said He has given Solomon wisdom like above any man.
I don’t know if anybody came wiser than Solomon other than Jesus. With the wisdom of God Himself, He uttered those words, “A good name is better than silver and gold.” We know silver and gold is like money. A good name is not money. You just be amazed at how God can provide and how wise He is. What He was teaching me and maybe using this time to teach me more and some people for the first time that you look to the heels from which comes your help, your help comes from the Lord.
Maybe you have been saying that and thinking that you believe that, but maybe the eyes were not on the heels, which represents God. Maybe the eyes were on the means. God uses various means, but He is the supplier. We’re to keep our eyes on the supplier, not the means. Sometime God supplies your needs via the means of your job, but God doesn’t want you to freak out if that job lays you off because God is the one who provides and supplies all of your needs, not the job. That was the means. If that means has dried up, it’s like with Prophet Elisha and you go onto the next place and there’s provision there. If you haven’t heard that series, Provision in Peculiar Places, it would be a great thing for you to go back and read that. It’s a wonderful thing. Trust me. It’s so relevant at all times, but it’s also relevant during these times, which we can call a time of a famine that is for sure. Our God is the God that turns famines into feast.
He is the God that constantly supplies your needs regardless of the changing circumstances around you. The God who you serve doesn’t change. His promise is likewise unchangeable because His promise is His word, and He is His word. This was the gospel. This is good news. This is why Jesus said in the world, you’ll have trouble but be of good cheer. This is the part where we have good cheer. We certainly aren’t having good cheer because this is a famine. There’s nothing celebratory about that. We have good cheer because whether it’s a famine or feast, my God supplies all of my needs.
I know God is not subjected to or restrained or constricted in any way by natural resources, whether they’re abundant or completely dried up. He knows ahead of time what’s coming and He’s got everything planned and prepared for us. We want to walk in His way. We saw that with Abraham. God made these promises to Abraham. We looked at the word how God promised that we are heirs of God, joint heirs with Christ and heirs of Abraham. We are children of Abraham. There’s a promise and there’s an inheritance for us via Jesus Christ.
God chose Abraham, the Father of Faith, to also be someone that we would inherit through because of the covenant he made with Him, which is a covenant of grace, like the covenant with us right now via Jesus Christ. It’s a covenant of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. That’s the gospel. That’s the New Testament. That’s the new covenant. God using Abraham, even though what happened with his son, Isaac, going up on the mountain and him not killing him. All of that was pointing to Jesus Christ and God did allow his son to die, but Abraham didn’t have to.
It’s wonderful. We have this inheritance. We talked about what it is, but we also talked about this inheritance is not just all over the place. If you have an inheritance for your children, you probably likewise have it in a place that’s safe. There are volts and people have safes. They call them safes. People have financial planners and estate planners that help them lay out and keep their possessions that they’re saving up for their children or the money they’re saving up for their children or whatever inheritances that they may have for them in a safe place.
It’s in a place, it’s not all over the place, otherwise anybody could access it. It’s put up, it’s in a place. You’ve got to get to that place. God wants you to possess your possessions. He’s teaching you how to inherit your inheritance. Me as well, I’m in the audience. God is showing us the way, and He showed us with Abraham that it wasn’t just that God made him a promise. He did do that. He would be the heir of the world. We’re supposed to be the heir of the world. As the heir of the world, this is what God wants for us. We should not be lacking. We should have enough to bless others.
God said, “You’re blessed to be a blessing.” That’s a part of it. You can’t give what you don’t have. You can’t be to someone what’s not in you. God, show us not only what we have but how to obtain it. We know we obtain it by faith, but it’s in a place. This place we’ve discovered and we go step-by-step with God, the Holy Spirit. He leads us and He guides us. He instructs and teaches us in the way that we should go. We learned that in His paths with abundance. It’s in the paths of God. It’s not just everywhere. This is in His wheel. This is where He’s leading you in His path. If it’s His path, He’s in front. You’re following Christ. This is what it means to follow Christ.
Have Your Blessings And Become A Blessing
He’s not just the Savior of your soul. He is the Lord of your life. He’s instructing you. He’s leading you. He’s taking you where you need to be, aligning people that need to be aligned with you and getting you there on time. In every way and every day, you can be blessed. Even if something comes your way like the devil tries to throw ashes. Don’t worry, Jesus has given you beauty for it. All things are working together for your good anyway. I love to say it. You can’t lose with the God I choose. It’s just so true. We know that our key scripture is for the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes, He became poor. That through His poverty you might become rich.
We establish that’s the will of God for our life. We look at Abraham’s life to see that when God gave him instructions, he followed them. Abraham inherited his inheritance and he possessed his possession. This is a great example to look at, not just to what the inheritance is, but how did he get it because we want it. What’s the good of having something that you can enjoy? God wants you to have your blessings. How can you be a blessing if you don’t have it? He wants you blessed and He wants to use you to bless others. God wants you to have what He promised you. Get that deep down on the inside of you. God wants you to. There’s no way He would send me in your life.
It’s not a coincidence you’re here. It’s no way He would get this message to you if He didn’t want you to possess your possessions. If God wants to hide something, I’m sure being God all wisdom, He could surely hide it and you’d never find it, but He’s not hiding it. He’s the light. No light is put under a table. The lamp, you put it on the stand and you let your light shine. That’s God’s word. That’s God’s wheel. It’s not to hide it. God doesn’t want to hide the ball from you. He is telling you what you have and He’s telling you by faith, that’s how you get it. He’s telling you, “You’re low on faith. I’ll tell you how to get more of that.” Faith comes by hearing and hearing the word of Christ, which is exactly what you do every time you tune in to this show.
He’s also telling, “You’ve got to let me lead you right into it because my path drips with abundance.” He for sure is for you and He for sure wants you to have everything he has for you. That’s why He gave it to you. That’s why He paid that high price of the death of His son to get you this. He didn’t pay that price and then just dangle it over your head. Every time you tried to reach up, He holds it up a little higher and you can’t get it. It’s a wrong image of God. He was very high in heaven and He came down to make sure you get it. He came where you were. You never could have reached up to Him. I never could have reached the heights of heaven up to Jesus, which sis the answer and solution for everything.
In Him is all goodness, all virtue, all provision, all blessings flow from him. Every good thing flows from Him. We were not able to reach up to Him. If we stack ourselves on top of each other, we wouldn’t have reached the third heaven. He came down to where we’re at and He didn’t say, “Get yourself together first and then I’ll talk to you.” He met us right where we were, need and all, ugliness and all, sin and all. He let His love and His grace transform us. He’s the same yesterday, today and forever. Jesus wants you to get what He has for you. It’s clear that He’ll go through great lengths to make that happen.
That’s a far stretch, you bankrupt heaven and come down here. I’ve been here long enough to know that wasn’t the greatest deal for Jesus. He had to do that out of love. We thank you, Jesus, for that. We saw that Abraham didn’t obey God fully, but God is still faithful. We were looking at even more specifically relating to what and the nations are going through right now around the world, is that God made Abraham this promise and then came this famine. This famine arose and God said it was a severe famine. Even though Abraham didn’t obey him perfectly, even though a famine arose, God promised him He would bless him so much so he would be a blessing.
We were looking at Genesis, the new King James version. We’re going to pick up there. This was so amazing to me that in Genesis, even though he didn’t obey God perfectly, that didn’t stop God from doing His part. That didn’t stop God from doing what it is that He promised Abraham. I love that about God, and God changes not. He’s not a respecter of persons. I thank Him so much for Jesus, for the blood of Jesus and His grace and His love. We saw that even though Abraham didn’t obey Him fully like he should have, he also made another mistake.
He lied and said that Sarah was his sister. She was his half-sister, but he said it for the purpose of trying to save his own butt. He was operating out of fear and thought that when they went to Egypt, they would see Sarah and how beautiful she was and kill Abraham so they can take her from him. He said, “Just pretend you’re my sister. I won’t be any threat to any man that wants you.” He lied. He was on a roll. He gave his wife up. He was so scared that he tells his wife like, “You go in that place and maybe let every man in the castle of Pharaoh savage you. I’ll just be out here safe and sound.”
God is so good that He protected Abraham. He protected Sarah and even protected their marriage and protected Sarah’s integrity as a woman and didn’t let any of them have sex with her. He plagued the house of Pharaoh. If you go back and you read that in Pharaoh gets in contact with Abraham. This is clearly paraphrasing. He’s like, “You didn’t tell me that this was your wife. She is clearly not your sister.” God Himself is against him and everybody in his house. He shut them down sexually and all of that. Fighting for Abraham, fighting for his wife, fighting for his marriage at a time that he was acting crazy. Lying, full of fear and all the things that God says don’t do that.
God Is Faithful
You see God is still keeping his covenant. You see God being faithful even when he’s unfaithful. I thank God because we’re human and certainly we make mistakes. I don’t thank God that we make the mistakes, but I thank God that although we do make them, He remains faithful and He still does what He promised. More specifically to what we’re talking about as far as the financial famine that’s taken place in the world due to that virus, in this time for Abraham, it was a severe famine. The Bible says in Genesis 13:1 and then I read verse 5 through 6.
It says, “Then Abraham went up from Egypt, he and his wife and all that he had, and Lot with them to the South. Abraham was very rich in livestock, in silver and in gold.” God didn’t just say rich. He’s making a point. They’re very rich. We see that God in this covenant with Abraham and we know it’s relevant to us because we’re heirs of Abraham. The promise that God made to Abraham, he made his descendants. We know that this promise is not just to his lineal descendants like through his bloodline, but also to the non-Jews as well.
Praise God for Jesus Christ because now we can all be sons and daughters of God. That’s the Jews and the non-Jews, whoever believes in Jesus Christ has the right to be a son and a daughter of God. I’m very grateful for that. We see that God didn’t just say it was a famine. He said it was a severe one. I love that the Holy Spirit puts these words here for us. People feel like, “No, this is serious what’s going on right now.” I’ll concede. I look at the Bible and I say, “It was serious. What was going on during Abraham’s day.” God who can’t lie said it was a very severe famine. A famine is bad enough. A severe famine is worse, but a very severe famine is that’s the worst it could be. This is not new for our God. The way He handled it with Abraham is the way He wheels to handle it with us and will do for us. That’s what we’re looking at. That’s what we’re drawing from right now even through the life of Abraham and even through a famine that existed some period of time ago.
We see in verses 5 through 6, just to bring the point home more because God already said Abraham was not just rich. He was very rich. It says Lot also, who went with Abraham had flocks, herds and tents. Here it is, Lot. He’s family with Abraham. This man is loaded too. In verse six, it says, “Now the land was not able to support them, that they might dwell together for their possessions.” Their possessions were so great that they could not even dwell together. It’s one thing to be in a two-bedroom apartment and God starts to increase you. You’re looking for a four-bedroom house.
This is good news. I’m coming to the house warmer because this is good news. God is good. God is on the move. We are praising Him at every level and every step that we take. It’s a whole other dimension. You’ve got so much possessions and monetary blessings from God that you don’t even fit in the same subdivision. I feel like in praying, we’ve done good. We’ve fared well as far as praying. I feel like we might not have touched the tip of the iceberg. God thinks big. You’ve got so much when He says you don’t have room enough to receive. He means what He says.
Sometimes people try to spiritualize everything. “Perhaps the Lord meant.” No, it’s not so deep and stop acting like a character from Ghostbusters. Stop being creepy. God meant what he said. Not enough room to receive. You’ve got so much money that you can’t fit it in your wallet. There’s not enough room to receive it. You’ve got a big safe in your house and you’ve been stacking money in it to the point that now no more money can even fit in it. That’s what I’m talking about and much greater God is talking about. I don’t think we’ve touched the tip of the iceberg. I want to encourage everybody and even myself, pray big. Remember God promised to exceed that.
At least we’ll start looking at this. We probably won’t finish, but I do want to get started on Isaac, who is Abraham’s son. We know that God made Abraham and Sarah a promise to have a son. Sarah was barren. This is a miracle child. This is a special child. Not special in the sense as far as inheritance is concerned. That’s for him and it is for us. Special in the sense that they had them in their old age and they were facing an impossibility. It was impossible for him and Sarah to conceive a child by the nature of their age, but then on top of that, Sarah was barren.
God does what He promised. God is moving and shutting down whatever odd is against them, whatever opposition, whatever impossibility. What was impossible for man, God came in. It’s possible for me as God, nothing to it, but to do it, it makes it happen like He said He would. That’s great news and hopefully that encourages you. It definitely encouraged me. In Genesis 26, we look at the story of Isaac. Interestingly, God showed me this when I was studying, that the Bible opens up saying that there was a famine in the land besides the first famine that was in the days of Abraham. Isaac went to Abimelech, King of the Philistine and Gerar.
The Lord appeared to him and said, “Do not go down to Egypt. Live in the land of which I shall tell you.” We first of all see that there’s a famine. We know our God knows how to deal with famines because how did he deal with it with his father. I’m pretty sure that Abraham might’ve taught him, which is why we should tell ourselves and we should tell our children for sure the things that we went through, the impossible odds we faced and how God delivered us. Isaac is facing a similar situation to what his father faced. Abraham listened to God. He obeyed God. He wasn’t perfect, but God is perfect and that’s more than enough. He obeyed God when God told him to go here. He came out very rich and he couldn’t even live in the same land with Lot. This subdivision is not big enough for the both of us. We can’t both fit in this side of the country. We’ve got way too much stuff going on.
That’s great news. That was during a time of a very severe famine. Here he is, Isaac, the son of Abraham, which represents us, children of Abraham. This come to find out isn’t just about Isaac. First of all, it’s about God and His heart, His hand, His ways and His will for our life. This is about us. We are the Isaacs. We are the children of Abraham. This is such good news so he’s facing this famine. That part isn’t good news, but it’s good news that I believe his father spoke to him and told him about the goodness of God.
He told him although it was a very severe famine, God spoke to him. He obeyed God’s voice. Even though he made a mistake, God was still faithful even though he was unfaithful and God provided for him like He said He would more than enough. It wasn’t like God said, “I’m going to bless you to be a blessing,” and then said, “I did that except then it was a famine.” That may be how people do it. It’s like, “I was going to give you some money that I had left over my paychecks. I expected to get that bonus, but then this bill came in and now I can’t. They’re going backtracking.” All you’re going to hear is that beeping truck sound when it’s backing up. It’s like, “I thought you promised me.” Just forget it.
God is not like that. He doesn’t just say He’s not a liar. He says, “I’m not a man that I should lie.” God is acknowledging, “Mankind lie sometimes.” That’s sad but that’s true. Abraham lied. Abraham was the father of faith. This is the man that got picked to be the father of faith. Abraham didn’t make himself that. God did that work in Abraham and God was pleased with that. He was chosen and God doesn’t choose incorrectly. He didn’t choose him because he was perfect in his behavior. God’s love towards Abraham was perfect. It’s perfect towards us.
We see Isaac facing this famine and we see that the Lord appears to him. He speaks to him like he spoke to his dad. As far as coming to him and directing him. It’s a kind, it’s a light. It’s the same, but then it’s different because God told Isaac, “Do not go down to Egypt, live in the land of which I shall tell you.” God showed me and it opened my eyes. We see that again, God gave instructions. It’s in Psalm 65:3. The Bible says, “You crown the year with your goodness and your paths drip with abundance.” It’s important, not only that we have this inheritance. We know what it is. We know we obtain it by faith, but it’s in a place, it’s in a location.
You’ve got to let God lead you to it, lead you in order to possess your possession. Just like natural parents may have an inheritance for their children that’s in a particular bank. It’s not just in any bank. If that thing is in a certain bank, Capital One or something, then you cannot go to Chase and get it. Chase doesn’t have it. You can be there all day and you can want it and God can want it for you, but you’re in the wrong place. We’ve got to let God lead us. We must allow God to lead us. God leads Isaac, like he led his father as far as giving him instructions and leading him into these paths with abundance. That’s more than enough, not just provision, abundance.
Develop A Personal Relationship With God
God gives big. He gave us Jesus. That’s the proof that He gives big. He gave us Himself. That shows you that’s the heart of God right there. That’s His language of love and that’s the way that He gives. Notably though, God showed me this, and I’ve read this before, but I didn’t see it before. He showed me that His instructions to Abraham were the opposite of what he instructed his son, Isaac to do. This is why it’s vital. It’s absolutely critical that we have our own personal relationship with God because we cannot rely on what worked for someone else. We can’t do that. We can’t even rely on what worked for even our self a period of time ago because that might’ve been God’s instructions for 2019 but for 2020, God is saying, “Go in this way.”
We have to get from God our daily bread. We’ve got to get that every day. That’s why it’s called daily bread. We get those instructions from God on a daily basis. That’s just the will of God. It’s the will of God for our life. It keeps us close with God. It keeps us dependent on God. That’s our role in this movie called life. That’s our role to be dependent on God. We’re the ones in need. He’s the supplier. We’re the beloved. He’s the lover. He’s God. We’re His people. He’s the Father. We’re the children. He’s the husband. We’re the bride. Everybody has their role in this movie called life. Although it has some drama and some up and down, it’s a beautiful movie. By the time this thing is over, it’s beautiful. You’re going to love it. I’m going to love it.
We’ve got to do what God told me in that second book He wrote through me. We’ve got to let God finish. My grammar is for those who want to get to the point. “I could care less about good grammar, Vaughn, I need to be delivered.” You’ve got to let God finish. We have to do this. We can’t even rely on our parents’ relationship, our pastor’s relationship with God. We must allow God the time and opportunity to develop a relationship with us. How do we do that? The same way we wouldn’t develop a relationship with someone else in a sense except make this relationship with God and allow Him to lead you and give you the wisdom to make the relationship with Him a priority.
You’ve been in intimate relationships before most likely. If not, you’re on your way. These relationships take some time and not only quantity, but quality. Let God lead you in that with Him, some quality and some quantity time with the Lord and on a daily basis. It would not be acceptable that you’re like, “I talk to my wife once a week.” Are you estranged? Are you guys going through a divorce? We should pray. It wouldn’t be normal if you did that any other time. Our relationship with Christ, marriage is supposed to be a reflection of that. We know that that would be a marriage in trouble if the spouse only spoke to each other once a week. That seems like a marriage that’s in trouble.
We don’t want to be in trouble with God. We don’t want our relationship in trouble with God. This is the most important relationship we have and will ever have. Let’s develop that. It’s not a big deal if you haven’t yet, just do it. You ask God for the wisdom to do it. Other people, God can use wise counselors to tell you what they do practically speaking. I say time and opportunity are big, quality and quantity. That’s where I would tell you to start after asking for wisdom. We’re going to pick up next time right around here. I want us to take our time and get out of it everything because God is speaking to us about provision.
There are many more truths in the Bible that we can see and we can learn from and that are applicable for us now or maybe even later or even some of our loved ones. Remember, beloved, you and I are blessed to be a blessing and I love you very much. Thank you again for being on this journey with me and stick with me. Most importantly, stick with God and me and let’s keep learning. Let’s keep doing the one thing that’s needful. Let’s keep our eyes fixed on Him and let’s make sure, not by might or power, by God’s spirit, fulfill our destiny and have everything we’re supposed to have in this life and that eternal one that’s next. I love you. God bless you. I’ll talk to you next time.
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