The Holy Spirit taught us that when an individual is instructed in God’s word, he becomes wise, and if he was already wise, he will become even wiser.
Today, we want to consider the link between God’s word and divine prosperity. What the Lord says concerning walking in prosperity in whatever we do in life is clear from today’s memory verse.
The link between God’s word and divine prosperity is that God’s word makes a person wise, and wisdom is all a person needs to prosper in life.
God specifically told Joshua that he must be a friend of His word if he would prosper in his God-given assignment.
This instruction applies to everyone, irrespective of vocation and age.
Doctors, teachers, engineers, pastors, artisans and even soldiers need the wisdom of God’s word to break through into divine prosperity.
David, a great commander of an outstanding army, needed to hear from God before he could succeed in his bid to recover all that the enemies had stolen from his camp (1 Samuel 30:8-19).
The word of God further reveals the true source of wealth, saying in Deuteronomy 8:18:
“But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.”
From this scripture, we know that the true wealth devoid of sorrow comes only from the Almighty God.
We can therefore spare ourselves the many troubles that come with looking elsewhere for wealth if we allow God’s word to dwell richly in us (1 Timothy 6:10). Beloved, do you desire to prosper?
All you need is to get properly acquainted with the word of God. Don’t be among those who see God’s word as outdated, to their own frustration and life-time agony. However, if you have not given your life to Christ, it means you have not known the Word at all, because Jesus is the eternal Word of God. So, give your life to Jesus today and learn of Him (Matthew 11:28-30).God will bless you richly as you learn His principles on wealth and apply them to your daily life.
Take note of the words used by the Holy Spirit in James 1:25: it’s the doer of the work that is blessed in his or her deeds.
May God prosper the works of your hands in Jesus’ Name.