Access the Blessings of God: Be Free from the Law of Poverty and Want
"The blessing of God, it makes rich; and it adds no sorrow with it."
It is not enough to believe simply that God is your supplier–the One who shall by His omnipotent power influence the mind of someone possessing an abundance to divide with you. This is a very limiting way of thinking about God. God as your supply is infinitely more than God as your supplier. God is the Giver and the gift
For God gives not according to our need, but "according to his riches"
So get yourself acquainted with God, and allow good to come to you.Let God build you up and have your treasure "If thou return to the Almighty, you shall be built up. . . . And the Almighty will be thy treasure, and precious silver unto thee."
In 2 Kings 4 we read the story of Elisha and the Widow’s Oil. When Elisha multiplied the widow’s oil, he did not, recognize God simply as the supplier, then ask, and for answer receive a few barrels of oil from someone who is really super-rich in that commodity, someone in whose heart the Spirit of God was working. That would have been a good but a very limited way, for had the demand continued, in time not only the village but the whole country around would have been destitute of oil.
Elisha understood the divine law, and put himself into harmony with it; then God Himself, the substance of all things, became manifest as the unlimited supply–a supply which could easily have flowed until this time had there been need and vessels enough.
Jesus’ increase of the loaves and fishes did not come up from the village in response to someone silent word spoken by Him to a person having a lot of quantity, Jesus blessed the fishes and bread and God manifested Himself.
So with the oil of Elisha, who was a man "of like passions with you." And the loaves and fishes from Jesus, nothing came from without to supply the need, but the supply proceeded from within outward.
This divine Substance– God, is ever abiding within us, and stands ready today to manifest itself in whatever form you and I need or wish to manifest, just as He did with the oil, the fishes and bread. God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Our desire is the cup that shapes the form of its coming, and our trust–the highest form of faith–sets the time and the degree. This is freedom from the law of poverty and want.
Will God, being manifest as our abundant supply, encourage idleness? A thousand times, no! We shall then, more than ever, be co-workers with God, working but not laboring, working always for others. Work is labor only when it is for self. Labor, not work, brings weariness, sorrow, and sickness. Labor not for meat, that is, for any good to yourself. Working as God works does not weary, for then the current of unlimited divine life is always flowing through us in a new way to bless others.
"There is a river, the streams whereof make glad," but we must always keep the stream flowing from within–the source of its uprising–outward if it is to make glad. When we work in harmony with divine law we have with us the whole force of the stream of living waters to carry us along.
I affirm that I am the avenue through which the unlimited God manifests and blesses the world.
Rev. Dr. Dee Adio-Moses
Healing Center of Christ International