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Summary: The outcome of every situation and every circumstances that you are going through is a wealthy place. That is why God spoke in Jeremiah 29:11 ’that I know the thought that I have towards you, a thought of Good and not evil, to take you to your expected en

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Beloved, I want you to know that God is mindful of what you are going through. The desire of God is to profer solution to whatever you are going through. God is a big God. He does not believe in minimum but maximum, He does not believe in poverty but riches, that is why He said, thou shall be the head and never beneath. In Deuteronomy 7:14, He said thou shall be blessed above all people, so His desire is to bless you beyond your expectation, because He is an exceedingly supplier and He supported this notion when He said in Ephesians 3:20 that ’And unto him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above what we can think and desire according to the power that works in us which is the power of expectation. In the book of Isaiah 61:3, He said in place of ashes, He will give you beauty, the oil of joy for the oil of mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. Beloved, every situation has a place. Every situation has a location. For example if you are poor or suffer lack, it means poverty has occupied the financial area of your life. If someone is sick, it means, the area that pertains to that person’s health is threatened, whereas if someone is seeking a permit to stay in a country that is not the country of origin, it means that aspect of that person’s life that has to do with his freedom or liberty is being oppressed, but the desire of God is to take you from that uncomfortable situation to a place of rest that he has ordained for you, knowing fully well that the end of every trial is testimony, the end of every battle is victory and there is no Cross without the crucifixion. That is why God took Joseph fom the pit to the palace, He took Mordecai from being a gate man to become the Governor of a province while Esther was elevated from the position of slavery to become the first lady of the nation. God want to take you from that place of distress, sorrow, anxiety and worry to a place that is pleasing not only to Him but to you as well. I decree and I command, God will take you from every unfavourable situation into your wealthy place.

In Genesis 12, God saw the situation of Abraham, a godly man living with his father who was an idol worshiper. God was interested in taking him out of that bondage to a wealthy place and so He spoke to him in Genesis 12:1-3 and God said ’Get thee out of thy country, out of thy kindred and out of your father’s house to a place that I will show you and I will make of thee a great nation and I will bless thee and make thy name great and thou shall be a blessing and I will bless them that bless thee and curse them that curse thee and in thee all the nations of the earth shall be blessed’. In the book of Hebrews 11:8-10, God recall His interest in placing us in a place that is desirable, a place of joy, a place of rest, a place of abundance and comfort irrespective of the situation we are going through and regardless of our circumstances when He spoke in Hebrews 11:8-10 that ’By faith, Abraham when he was called to go out into a place which he should after received for an inheritance, obeyed and went, not knowing whither he went. By faith he sojourned in the land of promise as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob the heirs with him of the same promise. For he looked for a city which hath foundations and whose builder and maker is God’. God called Abraham out of bondage, out of poverty, out of idolatry to a place that he would later receive as an Inheritance.


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