RhapsodyReview : 25th January, 2017 Poverty is not for You The Bible says Jesus became poor so that we, through His poverty, might become rich (2 Corinthians 8:9). He took upon Himself, not only the sins of the world, but also the effects of sin, one of which is poverty. This is the reason every Christian must reject poverty. Nevertheless, poverty by choice, or deprivation by persecution is acceptable. A Christian may walk poor, and live poor because of ignorance, but he’s not poor, for he actually has an inheritance in Christ.
DAILY AFFIRMATIONS OF SUCCESS AND VICTORY JANUARY 25 I affirm that my spirit, soul and body are yielded to the Holy Spirit even as He guides me towards all significant attainments. He is my guidance and inspiration. The Holy Spirit dwells in me causing me to walk in God's perfect will. I experience the abundant supply and ministry of the Spirit at all times such that I continuously grow luxuriantly. I am like a tree planted by the rivers of waters, I flourish like the palm tree. I am valuable and profitable at all times. There is no down-time for me. Every day gets better and stronger. I am persistently productive. Doors of blessings are opened unto me that no man can shut. My life is glorified and every day I am brought into supernatural favours and promotions. Hallelujah!