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Follow God’s Blueprint For Good Success

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Follow God’s Blueprint For Good Success

In this Gospel Partner episode, be encouraged as you discover numerous promises in God’s Word that belong to you, and learn how you can claim them through faith.

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When you follow god’s ways, amen, you get the god kind of results.
You know, the ways of god is such that god says, I want you to identify yourself with Abraham.
Is referring to you, child of god.
If you are Christ, you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.
Whether you’re sick in your body, provision is provided for in the blessing of Abraham.
You’re struggling with with unpaid debts. Amen god will supply financial supply even in the blessing of Abraham.
That’s what Jesus has done. You ought to be healed. You ought to be forgiven. You ought to be blessed
in every area of your life.
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Greetings church, we are in for an exciting time in god’s word.
Now the Lord has laid something on my heart the word that he has laid on my heart has been brewing there for some time.
And I’m I’m looking at different aspects of it and the loss be showing me more and more um, uh, increasingly, I’m saying more and more that for the lack of understanding this, for the lack of the revelation of this word that I’m gonna bring, uh, for today.
People are suffering and and not not able to receive the provisions that Christ has purchased for them through his blood.
At Calvary’s cross. And through the wrong believing there has come in because of the lack of this revelation, I believe, for the most part, it affects the people’s ability to receive from the lord.
Believe us. Believe us children of god.
They’re not able to receive because we all know that your ability to receive is commensurate with your vision of god and how you see him.
Amen, just like the woman with the issue of blood.
She saw Jesus in his glory, in his grace as willing to heal.
That’s the that’s the reason why she pressed through the crowd. And she touched the hem of his garment.
But Jesus turned around and looked at her and said, your faith has made you well.
But notice that she wasn’t conscious of her faith.
She was conscious of the lord and his beauty, especially the beauty of his grace, the unmerited favor that was coming forth from him for her, and she saw that.
And, uh, when, you know, the law gave me this phrase, uh, a number of years ago, is this when you see Jesus in his grace, he sees you in your faith.
Amen, when you see Jesus in his grace, he turns around and sees you in your faith.
And he said to the woman, your faith has made you well.
And I believe that, uh, many times because of our wrong believing in this area, we’re not able to receive
some of the, what we call, earthly blessings.
You know, for the most part, the body of Christ today believes that the blessings of the believer is only in the area of spiritual things, pure because of the the verse in in in efficiency says, blessed be the god and father of our lord, Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing.
But you see, the spiritual blessing means that the word there is that it’s off a spiritual source.
It is uh, spiritual in nature. It is permanent. It is eternal because whatever is of the spirit is eternal.
That’s what it means. And when you think about it, everything that you have in life, Hey, man.
Before you can see it tangibly, even finances, it is preceded by the wisdom, which is spiritual blessing.
It is not tangible. It’s a real heavenly materiality, if you would.
Amen, but it’s not perceived by your five senses. And as a result, people don’t see that.
But many times, is the wisdom of god that comes in that translates later on into a physical manifestation, like the money you have in your hands and, and success in your career or your ministry.
Amen? But but the thing is this people, and if we forget that spiritual blessings produces things that are material.
It was god who is the spirit that spoke forth the world that we see today, the earth and creation.
And everything on this earth was brought forth by the word of god, which is invisible.
But we have this idea that something that is invisible something that’s not, uh, uh, uh, perceived by your five senses.
It’s not real. It’s it is not permanent even. But the opposite is true. It is that which is spiritual.
That is eternal. The Bible says the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen.
Are eternal.
So as we look at god’s word,
you know, we can’t divide between spirit and material as in terms of invisible and physical because they’re all one in the realm of god.
But god sees the whole thing. Alright. We we, uh, divide them.
We have this dichotomy of what is material And what we feel is ethereal, something that you can’t touch something, we think is not real, but to god, it is real.
Now, Having said that, when you look at the scriptures, it’s very clear that every spiritual blessing in heavenly places includes forgiveness about sins, includes being brought into the favor of god because the next verse talks about that.
We are accepted. We are we are highly favored as the Greek says, carried to we are highly favored in the beloved.
It says that god has abounded towards us all wisdom and prudence.
It says that god has placed us in Christ, holy, blameless. Amen in love. Praise the lord.
All this is true. Amen, but it is eternal.
It is unseen, but it’s just as real, even more real than that which is physical because what is physical is temporal.
A man. Praise a lot.
Now having established that, it is important that we understand that when the Bible says that we are supposed to use
that kind of terminology or certain say a
certain kind of, uh, phrase. For example, we are to say after god, because how can two walk together, prophet Amen says, How can two walk together except they’d be agreed?
So when I see some things today, they will bless you, I believe. Okay.
Let’s let’s go to Matthew chapter one verse one.
The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.
Notice that Jesus Christ is the son of David, the son of Abraham.
As the son of David gives air to the throne.
As the son of Abraham, he inherits the land. And all the blessings of the land.
Now don’t forget, the bible says clearly that we are Abraham seat because we are in Christ.
So even we see this verse, for example, the son of Abraham, the Bible tells us we have to think of Abraham as the one to hold God first gave the promise of all the blessings of the land, or we call can call it earthly blessings.
Amen, earthly blessings, uh, today’s Christians will will define it as as your health and your material things, your family, your well-being, and, uh, your mental selfness.
All these are earthly blessings. The call it. But actually, we’ve got, there is no division. There’s no difference.
You mean, everything is a blessing from god. But let’s establish in this in the life of Abraham.
When he got personally mentioned to Abraham, the blessings, and he got this, I’ll make you a blessing.
Let’s do it with the blessing day. In Genesis twelve, I’ll make you a great nation.
I will bless you. God is talking to Abraham.
I’ll bless you and make your name great, and you shall be a blessing.
I’ll bless those who bless you. I’ll curse him who curses you.
And in you, in you, Abraham, all the families of the earth shall be blessed.
Now today, we have this idea that, okay, we are blessed directly by god, and it is so.
It is so, but god the, you know, the ways of god is such that god says, I want
you to identify yourself with Abraham. Okay.
If you want to enjoy all the blessings that I gave to Abraham because Abraham is is given in scripture as a depository of all the blessings of god, all the earthly blessings if you would, because god promised him the land, which is earthly.
God promised him, uh, dis physical descendants. Hey, man?
And god promised him that he will be blessed in every area.
And not only that that he will be a blessing. God says, I’ll bless you and make your name great.
So god says, I want you to identify yourself with Abraham.
Now, we call yourself Christians because we identify ourselves with Christ, amen, and rightly so.
But god also wants us to know that if you are Christ, then you are Abraham’s seed and heirs according to the promise.
So you see, there you have it. You are Abraham’s seat if you belong to Christ.
If you are Christ, then you are Abraham’s seed and heirs according to the promise.
Now, does it matter whether you are Abraham seed or not?
Because you belong to Christ anyway. Amen, and as long as
we have Christ, we have everything.
Amen, but god’s economy of things, the way god wants us to to think scripturally along the way the Bible has related our blessings is that to think in terms of Abraham’s blessing, God has deposited everything into Abraham’s life.
Amen. And Abraham is like a a a reservoir of all the blessings. He holds the blessings of god.
For his seed. Now who is his seed? Singular?
His seed is Christ, but then the Bible says, if you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham seed and heirs according to the promise.
So the whole idea is that why why does god want you to become a seed of Abraham so that you’re an air.
You’re an air. And that was you inherit, you know, uh, an air does not have to be someone good to inherit the blessings of the father.
He doesn’t have to be a person who is perfect in all his behavior towards his father and his family and all that to be to be perfect and then the father will give him.
No. Alright? It’s the fact that he’s a son, and he’s the heir because he’s a son.
He meant a servant in the house may maybe, uh, better behaved than he is, but he’s not the heir.
He’s a servant. But the sun is the air. Okay. So likewise, we inherit effortlessly.
We inherit by by the fact that we are the seat of Abraham.
So god wants us to
think that way. And man, whether it’s healing, whether it is, uh, prosperity, whether it is well-being for an or or entire family, whether, uh, it’s prosperity and everything that you do.
God wants you to know that is because you are the seed of Abraham, and god promised Abraham that I’ll bless you.
You know, the Bible says God has given us all things
that pertain to life and godliness. Not just godliness, friend,
and that’s been emphasized strongly in
the church already, but god has given us everything necessary to life and godliness.
Would you say that health is necessary to life? Would you say that provision? Amen? We’ve more than enough
so that we can be a blessing. Just enough You can’t be a blessing, right, more than enough to be
a blessing. Would would you say that’s pertaining to life?
Well, god has given us all things pertaining to life and godliness. Amen.
And god has given us all things that pertain to godliness so we can leave godly
for the glory of god. Praise the lord, hallelujah.
Now, this is important because you see church, uh, the body of Christ has has has this idea. Okay.
God, I I received god’s blessings, and and they don’t use the phrase, I receive the blessing of Abraham.
But if you are scriptural and you speak according to the word of god, and you inherit the way god tells you to inherit by declaring I am the seed of Abraham.
I am blessed with Abraham’s blessings. I believe you’ll see more results.
I I believe you’ll see these manifestations in your life. Amen.
If you are Christ, then you are Abraham’s seed and heirs according to the promise.
So that all I got from is Abraham is true of you. Amen?
Now we might say that, well, the seed of Abraham is the nation of Israel today.
Amen, the children of Israel. Now we’re not taking anything away from that.
There are the physical descendants of Abraham. They are.
But the Bible tells us clearly it is not those who are of the flesh that are caught the seed of Abraham.
Look at this verse here in, uh, Galatians chapter three. Therefore, know that only those who are of faith
A sons of Abraham. Only those who are of faith are sons of Abraham. Notice the word only.
Therefore know that only those only those who are of faith are the sons of Abraham.
This reminds me of another verse Paul talks about in Romans chapter nine, it says that that is those who are the children of the flesh.
Okay. This is Natural Israel, a Jew today. Amen. They are children of the flesh. Amen. They are
the children of Abraham, but children of the flesh. Now those who are
the turn of the flesh, this are not the turn of god, but the turn of the promise are counted as the seed.
So whether they are Jew or Gentle, if they believe on the lord Jesus Christ, they are the seed of Abraham according to god’s definition.
An heir according to the promise. Amen, we can’t inherit the promise.
In fact, the Bible says that the promise given to Abraham that he should be the heir of the world.
Was not given to Abraham or to his seat through the law, but through the righteousness of faith. Amen.
And here we see that the Bible is very clear that it’s not those who have the flesh, the natural Jew that is a seed of Abraham.
They are the descendants of Abraham, if you understand, but according to god’s definition, the seed of Abraham, they should inherit all the promises, is referring to people of faith.
Those who are of faith are the children of Abraham, according to galatians chapter three, you know, that only only those
who are of faith a sons
of Abraham. So if you look at this context here, you find that this faith here, what what what is this faith?
What is this faith? Well, the passage goes on to say, and the scripture foreseeing that god would justify the gentiles by faith.
Stop there. Look at what happens.
Right now, the way the Bible clarifies what faith that is, that Abraham exercise, and if we exercise the same kind of faith, we are sons of Abraham, It says foreseeing that god would justify the gentiles by faith.
So it’s justification by faith. Becoming righteous by faith.
And we all know that righteousness by faith is the crux of the gospel.
It is the call message of the gospel. I’m not ashamed of the gospel of Christ.
It is a power of god unto salvation. For Darren is the righteousness of god revealed from faith to faith.
Amen, it is the centrality of
the gospel message. And, unfortunately, when we preach you’re gospel, many other times,
you just repent from sin, believe on the lord, jeez, Christ and you go to heaven. Amen?
That that’s not all, friend. That’s not all the gospel. The main the main, uh, core of the
gospel is actually the revelation for daring is the righteousness of god which comes as a gift revealed from faith to faith.
So here again, in Galatian Street tells us the context What kind of faith?
Who are those who are of faith? And what kind of faith is this?
It’s those who are justified by faith. They believe they are righteous by faith through Christ.
Amen, and the bible calls this the gospel. So Abraham had the same gospel.
He goes on to say the scripture foresee that god would justify the gentiles by faith.
Preach the gospel to Abraham beforehand saying, in you, all the nations shall be blessed. Notice that.
Amen, we know that It is not Abraham per se, of course, but is the seed that will come through Abraham’s lineage.
Which is our lord Jesus Christ, the Singular seed, and Paul establishes that in the book of Galatians to die seed he says, which is Christ.
And not to die seeds as in plural, the, uh, referring to the, uh, the turn of Israel in the flesh.
Hey, man? So the seat here is Christ.
And all the while, god saw that Abraham would become a depository of blessings But from Abraham will come the savior of the world, the son of god, the Messiah of Israel, and the king of kings and
the lord of lords. He got established through Abraham, but it was because of the blessing that god has put on Abraham.
That god wants all those who are in Christ to identify with Abraham.
God wants us to learn to speak the language of scripture and be blessed thereby. Hallelujah.
You you say, I am I’m blessed with
the blessings of Abraham. I believe you will see the manifestations of it. Many of the
time, we say we are blessed. We are blessed. We are blessed. But there’s no uh,
uh, foundation for it. There’s no basis for it.
It is the blessing of Abraham that is now made real in our lives because what was uh, hindering it in times past was the law came in.
And the Bible says, you cannot inherit the blessing of Abraham, Romans chapter four.
It says that the promise given to Abraham.
The promise that Abraham should be the heir of the world that promise was not given to Abraham through the law.
But through the righteousness of faith.
So the law was a hindrance in the sense that when the law was there, it you have to qualify.
You had to to obey completely before you can receive the blessings of Abraham before
you can have well-being for yourself and your family before you can have the blessings of god uh, that god has promised Abraham manifest in your life.
But the law, the law becomes a hindrance. Nothing wrong with the law. It’s very perfection is the problem.
Amen, man, man is not perfect.
So the man the more men try to keep the law, the Bible says they come under the curse because for as many as of the works of the law are under the curse.
In that verse, it does does not say that those who are breaking the law are under the curse.
That includes me, that’s saying. But it says for as many as, uh, of the works of the law.
Under the curse. Okay. In fact, if you drop down to verse nine, it says, so then those were of faith are blessed with Believing Abraham.
See, again, those who believe that they are righteous by faith, they are blessed with believing Abraham.
So what is what is the blessing of Abraham and what what is to be blessed with believing Abraham?
So Abraham did not Abraham is not called the doing Abraham. He’s not called the working Abraham.
He’s not called the performing Abraham. He’s called the believing Abraham. And we are blessed with the believing Abraham.
Amen. So again, notice the context. Those were of faith are blessed with believing Abraham.
So even believers, many of them, uh, they they believe on the lord Jesus Christ, but they don’t believe they are righteous by faith.
Therefore, they are on this treadmill of never ending performance trying to be, uh, uh, truly at works to become righteous.
Alright? They are seeking it by by by the law.
They are trying to be righteous by their works and not submitting themselves to the righteousness of god, which is a gift.
So only those who believe
that they are justified by faith, they are righteous by faith. These people are blessed.
Amen, those who are faith are blessed with believing Abraham.
So when god told Abraham, as we saw just now that, you a great nation.
I’ll bless you and make your name great, and you shall be a blessing.
I’ll bless those who bless you and I’ll curse him who curses you.
And in you, all the families of the earth shall be blessed.
Now in case in your mind, you’re thinking, well, this blessing is just, like we said, just now, you know, it’s just spiritual and heavenly.
Alright? Notice that, uh, the definition of Barak, the Hebrew word for bless.
Let me just show you this definition from, uh, the theological word book of the Old Testament, to bless in the Old Testament means to end you with power for success prosperity, fecundity, that means fruitfulness, a man in having many children, right, longevity, etcetera.
To bless Ms. What?
To end you with power for success, prosperity, fecundity, longevity, to have longevity means that you gotta have health.
Amen, but just having half alone doesn’t guarantee longevity. God promised longevity
in the word blessing. Uh, man.
I believe one of the provisions that Jesus gave us was that on the cross, not only he bore our sin so
that we can bear his righteousness Hey, man, he bore a curse that we can be blessed, but also he died young, that we might live long.
Amen, the Bible says in Psalms ninety one, with long life
will I satisfy him? So, obviously, god thinks that long life is a blessing for men.
For god to give
that verse with long life, will I satisfy him? Amen? Receive a child of god.
And all this is found in the Hebrew word Barak. Which is bless.
So that’s the word I got used to bless Abraham.
And if you are the seed of Abraham, you enjoy the same blessing because in you, Abraham, in your seat, all the nations of the world will be blessed whether they whether they
are gentiles or of different race and all that. Everyone is blessed because of Abraham.
Amen Abraham’s blessing will come on them.
Of course, we know the centrality of the person of Jesus Christ in all this economy of things.
We know that without Christ dying on the cross, this blessing cannot come to us.
But in order to make grace real in our lives, amen Jesus had to die on the cross.
And when he died as the seed of Abraham, You know, Jesus came to also free us from the fear of death.
And this death is physical death in Hebrew chapter two, It tells us, uh, in as much Dan as the children have partaken of flesh and blood, Jesus himself, likewise shed in the same.
That true death He might destroy him who had the power of death.
That is the devil, and release those who through fear of death.
Will all their lifetime subject to bondage.
So one of the reasons why Jesus came is to set us free from the fear of death.
And how do you do that by destroying him?
Uh, destroying him does not mean to annihilate him out of existence?
He’s the devil still around, but this work means to disarm him, to notify him.
In other words, he’s now uh, powerless.
He’s now without strength, amen, to enforce death in the believer’s life.
But notice all these blessings is given to home. Release those who through fear of death. Who are these those?
Who are these children who have partaken of flesh and blood that Jesus want to partake in the same.
Who are these people? The next verse tells us.
For indeed, he does not give eight to angels, but he does give eight to the seed of Abraham.
Now, we say that Christ died for the whole world, and that is true.
Amen, but notice specifically who receives the aid, who receives all the benefits of his finished work?
The seed of Abraham. And that’s not referring to natural Israel.
The physical descendants of Abraham is referring to you, child of god, If you are Christ, you are Abraham seed and heirs according to the promise.
We see some examples here in
in the Bible. For example, uh, in Luke thirteen, that was a woman bowed down for eighteen years.
She could not straighten herself. It meant she was bowed down, and, uh, and, and, and later on, we found out that
it was it was caused by
a spirit of infirmity. And the lord saw her in the synagogue. Okay?
And then the lord called her to him, and she came up.
And he misimagine eighteen years, she’s bowed down, and and she saw the feet of Jesus.
Amen, and Jesus said, woman, you are loosed from your infirmity.
There’s a word of authority, and from the son of god, and she stood up for the first time in the first phase she saw.
She identified people all her life by their feet.
But the first face she saw was the glorious face of our lord, Jesus. Amen? You thought that
the host healing god were rejoiced. One of
the, uh, the members has got has has received complete healing, and now he’s standing tall.
Or for eighteen years, and eighteen is the number of bondage in the Bible, you know, it’s six plus six, plus six.
Amen, the number of the antichrist Alright. So it’s
a it’s a it’s a picture of the a bondage that’s caused by the devil.
You you had thought that her, her pastor, I mean, her, the ruler of the synagogue will rejoice that one of his members got healed, but instead he says, uh, uh, in a very sarcastic way, he says to all the people, you know, there are six days men opt to work.
Noticed his art in his mind is art to work. Not ought to be healed, but ought to work.
Six days a man ought to work. Coming them. Alright?
And be healed, but don’t do it on the sabbath day. And look at Jesus’ response.
The lord then answered him and said, does not each one of you on the Sabbath lose his ox or donkey from the stall and lead it away to water it?
So or not this woman being a daughter of Abraham. Home Satan has bound.
Think of it for eighteen years. Be loosed from this bond on the seventh.
That there’s so many nuggets here I just wanna share.
First and foremost, notice what Jesus says that not this woman being a daughter of Abraham. But wait a minute.
Know that there are others in the synagogue. There are physical descendants.
There are other women there. I’m sure that they have other infirmities.
There are there are men there in the synagogue. We have all kinds of other diseases. Right?
I mean, they
all need healing. If you put, you know, average, uh, a size church, for example, your average size synagogue and all that, you’ll find people with diseases.
I’m sure this woman is not the only one. But she’s the only one that received that day.
And Jesus attributes it too. She’s a daughter, being a daughter of Abraham.
Uh, not this woman being a daughter of Abraham.
So Jesus, uh, ought, notice the word ought in the Greek die.
The the pharisee, the ruler of the synagogue, his his idea of of, uh, ought is ought to work, but Jesus is ought to be loosed.
Why? Because she is a daughter of Abraham.
I cannot allow a true daughter of Abraham to be bound one minute longer. Alright?
She ought to be loose. Hallelujah. Amen. And not this weather, does this sickness come from?
Home satan has bound. We gotta see that people.
If we see our infirmity is something that or we think that maybe god gave us this infirm to teach us some lesson and all that will not be healed, will not be loose from it.
You gotta see it as from the devil, right? It doesn’t belong to you. Uh, repeat.
You are a seed of Abraham. You’re a son of Abraham. This does not belong to you. Amen. Amen?
So he says, oh, not this woman, being a daughter of Abraham. So that’s key. Even though
all of them, there are the sons and daughters of Abraham in the sense of physical descendant, but we know that from scriptures that we have read, that god is referring to a people of faith, amen.
So, obviously, this woman, Doshi’s bow down. She heard the preaching of Jesus, and she has faith.
Amen, she has faith in
the word. Amen and Jesus called her of all the people that it’s almost like I cannot let someone who is a daughter of Abraham, a true daughter of Abraham.
A daughter of faith to be bound any longer. Amen?
And, uh, isn’t it a better thing to be to be loose from this bond on the sabbath day.
The sabbath is a day of rest.
This is truly if all your life, you’re looking on the dust on the dust, on the dust, having a dust perspective.
That’s what bondage does to you.
You have a dust perspective.
You know, isn’t it truly a rest? To be freed from it on the sabbath.
Hey, man. We look at another example, and here we see, uh, um, uh, story of Zaihirs.
And Zacchaeus was a, uh, a short guy.
And a Bible says Jesus came out of Jericho, and he wanted so much to see Jesus.
Now he was a he was a tax collector.
Now, in in that culture, to be a tax collector, it’s like someone who betrays your own nation.
You’re you’re collecting taxes from your people for another nation, and usually these people are very wealthy.
And many of many of them, uh, they they they get some of the money through, uh, uh, uh, questionable, uh, means and all that.
They they charge more than they should. So they they’re not respected.
They’re not love by society, the Jewish society at that time.
But, uh, this man had a had a hunger to see Jesus. Obviously, he’s heard about Jesus.
You wanna see Jesus. And the bible says he climbed a sycamore tree, and and he saw Jesus And Jesus looked up.
Of all the people that were there, there was a crowd there.
You know, the reason why, uh, he climbed, uh, the tree, the second more trees because there was a crowd and because he was short, alright, he could not see Jesus.
There was a crowd there, but not this Jesus attention was was focused on this one man on the tree.
And Jesus said, make haste and come down.
You know, it’s the first time Jesus says make haste in the scripture. Usually, uh, just just very cool. Amen.
He’s very restful. He he moves in the rhythm of grace. He’s never in a hurry.
He’s never in a hurry. But there’s one thing he’ll tell you.
He’ll tell you to rest, come apart and rest a while. He would always tell you not to worry.
I mean, there’s a rhythm of grace coming to me and all you that labor and heavy lifting.
I’ll give you rest. But this one time he says, make haste. Why?
Because when it comes to salvation, don’t waste time. Amen.
Make sure, make haste to make sure that you are safe, that you become the seed of Abraham, that become a child of God, amen, that you belong to Jesus Christ.
So Zack here is my case and come down. For today, I must stay at your house.
Now this word, I must I must is the same word as ought.
Ought not this woman or the pharisee said men ought to work for six days. Alright?
It’s the same word die in the in the Greek.
Today, I must I ought to stay at your house.
There’s something about zahiras that make Jesus say today, I must come to your house.
Today, I must stay at your house.
So what happened was that, um, Zachius came down and Jesus went to his house And they had a meal together.
I’m sure with all the family and all the at the end of
the meal, Zafir stood up, and he says, you know, half of my goods I give to the poor.
And if I’ve cheated anyone of anything, I restore to him for full.
And then Jesus said to him, today, salvation has come to this house because he also is a son of Abraham.
He also is the son of Abraham.
So now we understand why Jesus is, I must stay at your house. Amen. Why?
He also is the son of Abraham.
In other words, along the way, alright, he start believing in Jesus in the way that the rest did not, uh, see Jesus as but there was a revelation given to, uh, Zacchaeus so much so that Zacchaeus became a son of Abraham.
Amen. And, He became a
son of Abraham to the point that Jesus states, I must stay. I ought to stay at your house. Amen.
Jesus today’s salvation has come to this house. And what’s the reason given?
Because he also is a son of Abraham. Notice the word also. He also is
a son of Abraham. Instead of he is a
son of Abraham, that would be sufficient for us to understand. Right? But also means what?
There’s someone else who is son of Abraham.
Who is that? And that’s why we read Matthew one one, the genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David, the son of Abraham.
GSA, I’m also a son of Abraham. He also is a son of Abraham.
We are the same family of faith. Hallelujah.
And so are you, child of god? You are of the family
of faith because you believe on the lord Jesus Christ Amen. Amen. You are a seed of Abraham.
You’re a son of Abraham. A daughter of Abraham. Amen. Today, this salvation has come to his house. You know,
I believe that that’s the person of Jesus.
In in Hebrew, Jesus, what I’ve said today, yeshua has come to his house. Jesus himself is salvation. Amen. Why?
Because he also is a son of Abraham. Praise the lord. Hallelujah. So we see blessings of, uh, uh, healing.
Where where do you need healing?
The woman there was bound for eighteen years was loose, you know, and because she’s a daughter of Abraham.
What about the rest of the women in the synagogue? Amen?
They’re all physical descendants, but are they daughters of Abraham,
not according to scripture?
The Bible says those who are of faith. Amen.
So likewise for zahir’s, I’m sure that others The crowd there was there, they made him have to climb to see Jesus.
I’m sure that they are all physical descendants of Abraham, but not the sons of Abraham.
Do you get what I’m saying so far?
What I’m sharing? It’s important that when we come to god, we speak the language of scripture.
Amen, that shows spiritual intelligence. And, uh, when you follow god’s ways, amen, you’ve you you speak, like, like, after god, A man, you get the god kind of results.
Amen. Praise a lot. So begin to confess over yourself that I am blessed with the blessings of Abraham.
When you go to work, Every day, just a lot. I thank you a lot on your way to work.
Amen, I’m blessed with the blessings of Abraham. Amen, I’m blessed with father Abraham.
And and that shows, uh, uh, you know, to the Holy Spirit, who is, uh, who is the spirit of truth.
You know, many times we believe, like, okay, you know, I I’m blessed. I am blessed.
Some some people some people believe that I’m blessed because of god’s mercy on my life.
You know, friend, we’re not blessed just because of god’s mercy, god’s mercy on our life is what caused Jesus to come into the world.
Amen god reached in mercy. That’s what he did when we are dead in our sense. Yes.
That’s involved, but now we are made righteous according to his righteousness. God is righteous in making us righteous.
Amen. So our blessings now on a solid, unshakable foundation. Amen, you have the art.
You ought to be healed. You ought to be forgiven. You ought to prosper. You ought to be blessed
in every area of your life. Amen, that’s what Jesus has done.
His cross has caused you to have a solid foundation to receive the blessing of Abraham.
Now there’s one more area I just wanna show you. It’s very interesting.
And, uh, it’s found in first Peter chapter three, And he says here, for in this manner in former times, the holy women who trusted in god also adorned themselves being submissive to their own husbands as Sarah obeyed Abraham calling him lord.
Whose daughters you are. If you do good and you’re not afraid with any terror.
So notice Sarah or Betty Abraham calling him lord, whose daughters you are? So whose daughters are you?
For the women, now speaking to the women, they are daughters of Sarah. Now, Abraham’s name is there.
So some people might think, well, no, no, it’s his daughter of Abraham here, but in the context year is referring to daughters of Sarah.
Why? Because if it’s Abraham, the whose dare the gender in the Greek will be masculine, but the gender here in this verse is actually feminine.
So it’s referring to Sarah, whose daughters you are. So women.
Amen, if you, uh, patterning yourself after the example of Sarah, the Bible says you are a daughter of Sarah.
Amen, if you do good and
are not afraid with any terror.
So it’s a special blessing where women can enjoy the blessings of Sarah.
So what is the blessing of Sarah? What is unique? Notice here.
He’s not saying that you’re a daughter of roof, a daughter of, uh, of a Rebecca He met a daughter of, uh, uh, Rachel, all these, uh, uh, women of good repute.
Amen Bakam is not the daughter of Esto or any other, but it’s actually the daughter of Sarah. Why?
I asked a lot this, uh, many years ago, you know, I asked a lot of things sometimes, uh, most people don’t even ask a lot about.
And later on, I I find that it becomes, uh, uh, something that, uh, is good for the people.
It’s why I asked a lot, why why daughter of Sarah a lot? What’s the unique thing about Sarah? Amen?
In the
last days, she’s the only woman in the Bible who had her youth rejuvenated renewed in her old age.
Let me say that again.
The law said to me that she
was the only woman in the Bible who had her youth renewed in her old age.
Now if you think that this is spiritual renewal, you know, is something that can’t be seen and all that.
Let me remind you that two kings, two hidden kings that go by their eyeballs. Hey, man.
You’re not people of spirit, of a spirit. Okay. They they go by their eyes.
And two a heathen king, the pharaoh. At the time, she was probably around in her, in her sixties.
Right? And later on in her life when
she was nearly ninety years old, Abi Malek wanted her for his harem.
Again, the bible says he saw that she was beautiful. Amen, all all these kings, they saw her.
And with their eyes, they saw that she was beautiful.
So it was a literal
renewal in her youth, and the Bible calls you women of faith, daughters of Sarah. Amen.
God renew your youth like the Eagles. Amen. Praise the Lord.
Now, back to the seed of Abraham and the blessings that accompany it.
Let me read to you Galatians chapter three.
And, uh, here we see, uh, as we continue, those who are faithful blessed, we’re believing Abraham for as many as out of the works of the law under the curse.
Notice that justification by faith in verse nine, where we are blessed with believing Abraham is contrasted with
the works of the law. Now for as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse.
For it is written, cursed is everyone who does not continue in all things which are written
in the book of the law to do them.
So again, does not say as many for as many as break the law.
That’s implied for sure, but notice it says as many as of the work of
the law, the moment you
take your ground for justification,
your the ground for your your your blessing.
Um, the ground of the law your trust is in the law, the works of
the law, you are cursed. You come under the curse.
For it is written, cursive is everyone who does not continue.
In all things, you cannot just say, well, I I I do the best I can in most things in the law.
No. It is cursed. Everyone who does not continue in all things which are written in
the book of the law to do them.
But then no one is justified by the law in the sight of god is evident
for the just shall live by faith.
Yet, the law is not a faith. But the man who does them shall live by them. Now look
at this beautiful verse here.
I love this verse. Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law. Amen.
Here’s the amen that Christ has redeemed. He ransomed us. The Greek word there is ransom. He redeem us.
He ransomed us from the curse of the law. How having become a curse for us. He took our place.
So the curse fell on him.
In other words, all the the the law breaking the curse that would have come if you didn’t continue, alright, performing the law of the law, not just Most of it.
Even most of it doesn’t cut it. Even ninety percent doesn’t cut it. It must be all the law. Alright.
If you don’t, you come short in one you be you come under the curse, but the bible says Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, having become a curse for us for it is written.
Cursed out is everyone
who hangs on a tree that the blessing of Abraham, oh,
I love this. Notice that that the blessing of Abraham why didn’t god just say that the blessing of god might come upon the gentiles?
Because everything has gotta do with the scriptural order.
Amen, Abraham is the depository of all the blessings of god.
God chose him by a sovereign grace to be the man that will be so blessed and god making the father of all those of of faith they will come after.
Even from his descendant will come the seed. Hey, man.
We know that Jesus was born of a virgin, but from the lineage of Abraham.
In matthew one one, it says, the book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ.
The what genealogy is the word Genesis in the grid.
It reminds you of the book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, And this is the first book of the New Testament, and this is the book of the Genesis of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.
Amen. As the son of David, add to the throne, as the son of Abraham, all the earthly blessings, the land, and all the earthly blessings, praise the lord.
But so are you a son of Abraham in as much as Zackias was a son of Abraham, amen?
So back to Galatians thirteen, notice that Christ hung on the cross to redeem us from the curse of the law.
Amen? You know, we need to find out all the reasons why Christ died on the cross.
It’s not just to forgive us of our sins, to bear our sins.
The bible says also surely he brought diseases, and that’s not that’s not often taught.
And when he brought diseases, Hey, man. Uh, he became a curse for us. That’s not often taught.
And what curse is it that he redeem us from? Christ has redeem us from the curse of the law.
If you look at the curse of the law in Deuteronomy chapter twenty eight, it’s a long list of the curse of the law.
In fact, it includes every form of sickness and disease.
It says sickness of long continuous disease of long continuous. That means, uh, disease that goes on, chronic disease.
It’s all under the curse of the law.
It says that you will go out, and then you will sow a lot, and you’ll gather in little. Amen.
It says that you’ll be depressed.
And, man, you you’ll say that when it’s daytime, you’ll say, I wish it was nighttime.
When it’s nighttime, you say, I wish it was daytime.
It says that there there’ll be, uh, a breakdown in your marriage. Amen.
You you you shall marry your wife, but another man will lie with her.
He says that you have you’ll be you’ll beget children But the children will go into captivity.
And we see that happening, you know, children going to, uh, into, uh, it’s all sorts of addiction, into all sorts of, uh, uh, groups, and that bring them away from god, you know, and and and it’s they are your they are yours, but it’s as if they are not yours.
It’s a curse, my friend. Don’t misunderstand. These are not blessings.
And god says, Christ has redeemed you from the curse of the law. Have you claimed that?
Have you claimed that? And one of the ways we claim that is by being aware that Christ has redeem us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, that the blessing of Abraham The blessing of Abraham might come upon the gentiles and non Jews in Christ Jesus that we might receive the promise of the spirit
true faith. Amen. So primarily, the blessing of Abraham is righteousness by faith. Amen.
And then with the righteousness by faith comes every other blessing of god. Hallelujah.
But, you know, even you don’t understand everything, to do with the blessing of Abraham. Just keep on confessing.
The blessing of Abraham is on me. I am blessed with father Abraham. I’m in.
And the more you confess it, the more you will see it manifest in your life. Amen, praise the lord.
Thank you, Jesus. Hallelujah. I appreciate myself happy. And, um, it’s important that we think scripturally, we believe right
in order for us to be able to receive from god. I’m in.
Now I wanna share you something very interesting
from Isaiah fifty one. It says, listen to me, you who follow-up the righteousness.
Now, following up the righteousness is not trying to establish your own righteousness, which Paul himself, who wrote to Timothy, for example, to flee youthful lust, but follow after righteousness.
Now this following after righteousness, you have received righteousness as a gift. Now follow after it.
Keep on being conscious of it and understand what it entails you, uh, too. Alright?
All the benefits that come with that righteousness and all the fruits that abound because of the that righteousness amen, like
the bible says in Corinthians, uh, the fruits of righteousness, God increase the fruits of
your righteousness. God cannot increase your righteousness any more than you have because that righteousness is complete in Christ.
In Christ, you are righteous. You cannot add to it. You cannot take away from it.
But you can increase the fruits of it.
In other words, The more you are aware that you are righteous by faith, you will find fruits flowing out of that, right, that consciousness.
You find yourself following after righteousness.
So Um, like in our church, you know, we we study a lot on righteousness. Why?
Because we are following this following after righteousness.
The more you’re aware of righteousness, the Bible says awake to righteousness and sin not.
The only power to not sin is to first awake to that righteousness consciousness.
That god has made you righteous in Christ, and then you were not sin. Amen.
So here you find it that Isaiah of the prophet actually says Listen to me. You who follow-up the righteousness.
You who seek the lord. So I believe he’s talking to new covenant people here prophetically.
Many at times, Isaiah is referring to our times.
A lot of his writing, a lot of his prophecies are referring to our times, even at the times of the end even.
Alright. Here he says, look to the rock from which you were hewn.
And to the whole of the pit from which you were dark.
Look to Abraham, your father, and to Sarah who bore you.
For I caught him alone, and bless him and increase him. Now look to Abraham your father. Why?
Abraham is the rock from which you were hewn?
And and look to Sarah who bore you because she’s the pit from which you were duck. Amen.
So that was you got to say, you came out of Abraham and Sarah.
Now, again, the promise is not the promise of the tune of the flesh.
It’s the promise for the children of faith. Amen? So we came from Abraham.
Now we say that, you know, uh, Abraham is the the father of the Jews.
Uh, but we don’t we don’t claim Abraham as our father, there’s a big mistake because god honors Abraham.
And god wants us to know that all our blessings is wrapped up in Abraham, and if we identify ourselves, We who are in Christ, we identify ourselves with Abraham.
We receive Abraham’s blessings. And when notice they say the verse before that looked to the rock from which you were hewn, and to the whole of the pit from which you were dark.
And then god says, look to Abraham, your father.
And that was study as much as you
can about Abraham. You meant, look at Abraham’s life, know that as a new covenant believer, your life is very much like Abraham.
Abraham lived before the law. You are not under the law. Abraham lived by grace through faith. So are you?
You are you are living by grace, true faith. Amen. Abraham is a father of faith.
Amen, and you live by faith, the gesture live by faith.
Abraham received the blessings in his life, and Abraham died in a in a good old age, at hundred seventy five.
And I believe so will you also if you claim that blessing, amen. Abraham was strong in his old age.
Even after Sarah died,
You know, Sarah lived long. She lived
more than one hundred years after she died. Abraham, uh, married again and produced more children.
Now this by this time, he was more than one hundred years old.
So again, even that blessing is yours, god rejuvenated his body. God made him healthy, all that is yours.
Amen because you are Abraham seat.
And the bible says, look to Abraham, your father and to Sarah who bore you for I call him alone and bless him and increase him.
By looking to Abraham, we’re not distracting from the person of Jesus because we see that what Jesus did is as the result of a the promise to Abraham.
And he came as Abraham seed. Amen?
So the verse before that says, look to the rock from
which you were human is very interesting because many years ago, Uh, when I went to Israel, I went to this place with the pastors that we’ve with me.
We went to this place called Zedekayes Cave.
And that’s where the temple of Solomon was, uh, was built from the the stones out of that, that, uh, that cave.
I mean, uh, in fact, when you step into the cave, it’s it’s a very dark cave, but, of course, uh, there are lights now and, uh, to show you the, the the walls and all that.
And and, uh, we took some, some videos of it, and I’ll show you right now.
And you can see the chisel marks, alright, from which, uh, they drilled square blocks of stone, right, and and it’s taken from all these areas, notice that it’s all man made, it’s
all done in a square shape so that it becomes a building block. For the temple.
And it’s very interesting because I’m reminded that the Bible says in, uh, in first Peter that we are all living stones built into a spiritual temple.
Amen you and I, we are living stones built into a
spiritual temple. And that’s really, uh, um, you know what god says of us that we are living stone.
What what
is interesting is that, um, this Zadaqaya’s cave is directly opposite Calvary.
And right outside there, you can see across
the place of the skull where Jesus was crucified.
It’s almost like Jesus died on the cross bearing all our sins and to deliver us from him who had the power of death.
That is the devil. And he brought us out of darkness, the cave. He brought us out of darkness.
We have been left out. We have been, You know, uh, we will have parish into oblivion.
No one would know we are even there, but the Lord reached out to us. We were in darkness.
He brought us a further Bible says in Peter, god
has called us out of darkness into his marvelous light. Amen? Why? To show forth? His praises.
Hallelujah, amen isn’t it so beautiful.
Amen, so the Bible says, look through the rock from which you were healed and to the whole of the pit.
And who where were you a hewn from? You were hewn from, Abraham, your father. Remember him.
You ought to say, honor him. And see the blessings manifest in your life. Amen.
In other words, never take away anything from Jesus. Everything is possible only to Jesus Christ.
Uh, Abraham is not a perfect man.
Abraham is not a sinless man, but god has ordained that Abraham become the depository of all the blessings of god so that god says that you honor Abraham you identify yourself with him that by him, you’re blessed yourself, amen, and your families.
And, uh, we all know that it’s possible only through Jesus Christ. Amen. Praise the Lord.
So whether you’re sick in your body, provision is provided for in the blessing of Abraham.
Even health and healing and longevity.
If you’re struggling to make ends meet, you’re struggling with with unpaid debts, A man, god will supply this financial supply even in the blessing of Abraham.
If your family is always in turmoil, always in in constant conflict, Well, there’s a blessing there for family well-being and harmony in shalom in your family in the blessing of Abraham.
If you’re struggling with your body aging and all that, there’s a blessing that you got blessed Abraham and Sarah with renewal of youth like the Eagles.
I’m in. I’m in. Praise the Lord, and it’s yoss because you are the seat of Abraham.
Let me end with this.
Do you know what’s the final appearance of our lord Jesus Christ?
Do you know how the Holy Spirit describes the final appearance of Jesus Christ?
In the final books of the Bible. Let’s look at the final appearance of Jesus Christ. It’s so interesting.
And he says here, And this is the last chapter of the last book of the Bible, the book of Revelation, and this is going to Anne versus amen.
It’s a final appearance of Jesus Christ.
I thought it’s very interesting for us
to end here. And he says, I Jesus have sent my angel to testify to you these things in the churches.
I am the root and the offspring of David, the bright, and morning star.
Now, first and foremost, notice that, uh, this is the final appearance of our lord Jesus Christ.
And how does he appear? First of all, he says, I, Jesus.
Oh, the how that humbles my heart?
How that causes, you know, me to think about that name of Jesus that he took when he came to Earth.
It is
not here, um, you know, the the son of righteousness is not here.
The the king of kings is not here.
Any other name of Jesus or titles of Jesus, but the beautiful name
that he took when he came as a man.
It reminds us of Bethlehem, Nazareth, reminds us of Happanum, galilee, reminds us of Calvary, reminds us of the resurrection, reminds us of the man of ascension, reminds us of his life from birth to the ascension.
Amen. I Jesus.
And that that is that is so, like, uh, you know, personal when the law comes to you
and say to you, I Jesus. Isn’t that beautiful? And this is how he appears.
I Jesus have sent my angel to testify to you these things in the churches.
And, of course, the angel here is not just angel in terms of a supernatural messenger.
It can also refer to a physical messenger, a human.
In this case, John was the the the, uh, the angel as well, as well as there there was also an angel in this, uh, book of Revelation.
So now with God uses Angel know, we say that Jesus comes to me direct. Yes. He does. Amen.
He’s always with us. He never leaves us nor forsake us, but I think we must honor Bible ways.
Scriptural methods, amen. God sends his angels.
In protection, for example, god wants us to know and believe that angels
are with us A man, no evil shall befall you nor shall any plague come near your dwelling for he shall give his angels charge over you to keep you in all your ways.
Ah, man? I noticed he says, I am the root and the offspring of David.
The root and the offspring of David.
As the root, he brought forth David, As the root, he’s the one before David.
As the root, he promised all the promises to David. About the throne and the throne forever even. Alright?
But as the offspring of David, he came from the lineage of David. So the root speaks of his divinity,
and the offspring speaks
of his humanity. He’s the god man.
And as the offspring of David, he’s the heir of all the promises of David and heir to the throne of David.
And that’s why they called him when he came to Israel, son of David. He meant.
So we see that Matthew one one says Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.
So what a beautiful picture to show us his his deity and his his humanity, the root and the offspring of David, the one who brought forth David, and the one who came from David.
And then he says, the bright and morning star.
Now do you know that this this is how the Bible ends, uh, the New Testament, the bright and morning star.
Right? Where is the, um, in the Old Testament,
it ends with the son of righteousness in the final chapter of the entire old testament,
the book of Malachi, in the final chapter says that unto you that fear my name, shall the son
of righteousness arise with healing in his wings.
So sun, s u n, son of righteousness is the picture of Jesus Christ Hamim,
but so is the bright and morning star. What’s the difference?
Well, long before the sun rises, what do you see? The bright and morning star.
Now early in the morning, when you go out there, even before the sun rises, when it’s still very dark.
Probably around five five plus, you can see a bright
and morning star. A star standing alone shining out there in the night sky shining bright.
It is shining in the midst of darkness.
So Jesus is the bright and morning star, and he’s shining in the midst of darkness.
In other words, when the world is dark, Jesus Christ is gonna come for his church.
He’s gonna come for his church. Notice that the nation of Israel is still not saved yet. Alright?
So did you not forget them? No. Later on after we are raptured. Alright.
We are raptured first. That’s why bright and morning star because the the star comes, the bright, the bright, and morning star comes first before the sun.
But later on,
the sun of righteousness arises, And then is that’s for Israel.
And that’s why the old covenant ends with
a promise for Israel that the son of righteousness will arise with healing in his wings.
Isn’t that beautiful, what a beautiful final appearance of our lord Jesus in the Bible?
And the spirit the holy spirit and the bride, as you and I say, come, and let him who hearsay, come,
and let him who thirsts, come. Whoever desires let him take
the water of life freely, and the final words of the Bible.
He who testifies to this thing, say, surely, I am coming quickly.
Amen, even so, come lord Jesus, the grace of our lord Jesus Christ be with you all.
Ah, man. You know, the old testament ends with the word. Christ.
The new testament ends with the word grace, the grace of our lord, Jesus Christ, be with you all.
A man.
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