The Lord is my Shepherd
I shall not want
I wake up in the mornings sometimes confessing, “The Lord is my Shepherd. I do not want. I do not want for ability. I do not want for strength. I do not want for money. I do not want for anything. The Lord is my Shepherd.” Kenneth E Hagin.
Kenyon: Legal Rights of the Christian
On the ground of [Christ’s] victory, the sinner has:
He has a legal right to accept Jesus Christ as a personal Savior.
He has a legal right to Eternal Life.
He has a legal right to Victory over sin and Satan.
He has a legal right to a home in Heaven.
He has a legal right to use the Name of Jesus in prayer.
He has a legal right to his Father’s
protection and care.
He has a legal right to a son’s place in the Family of God.
He has a legal right to the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit, to the care and protection of the Spirit, and to the intercession and teaching of the Spirit.
He has a legal right to be translated at the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus.
He has a legal right to immortality for the body.
He has a legal right to an inheritance in the New Heavens and New Earth.
He has a legal right to live with his Father throughout Eternity.
The Blessing was what split the Red Sea for them.
It was what guided them and kept them for 40 years in the wilderness.
It was The Blessing that demolished the walls
of Jericho and launched the Israelites into the Promised Land.
It was The Blessing that gave Samson the strength to single-handedly slay a thousand Philistines, and gave David the guts and grace to kill Goliath.
It was The Blessing on Daniel that kept the lions’ mouths shut when he was in their den.
… healing is part of The Blessing and Jesus healed at every opportunity. There wasn’t any poverty or hunger in the Garden, so prosperity is part of The Blessing. Therefore He multiplied loaves and ﬁsh to feed the hungry crowds
who came to hear Him. There was no harmful weather in the Garden, so when a storm threatened destruction, He spoke to it and calmed it down. That was The Blessing
Galatians 3 says:
Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree: that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the
Spirit through faith…. And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise
(verses 13-14, 29).
We’ve inherited The Blessing! We’ve been given
the power of God to create, to make available, and to overcome anything necessary to bring into manifestation the conditions in the Garden of Eden not only in our own lives but in the lives of others.
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