Summary: The Bible tells us in Exodus 23: 26 that “There shall nothing cast their young, nor be barren, in thy land: the number of thy days I will fulfil.

The question now is why do Christians miscarry their blessings, why are there so much barrenness in the Christendom?

If your life is not in agreement with Exodus 23:26, it means that the devil has stolen the original purpose and has replaced it with his counterfeit which he has the right to take away any time, and this leads to miscarriage.

What gives the devil the right to steal from you? The ability of the devil to steal from you might have been caused by your inability to see who you really are. When you pattern your life after another person, you loose your identity and cannot fulfil the original purpose God destined for you. There is a particular assignment God created you for and you are an original for that assignment. You are fearfully and wonderfully made and the devil is afraid of you.

But when you loose your identity and become a carbon copy of someone else, the devil is no longer afraid of you and he can come in and steal from you.

God sent you to this land to possess and not to slave. When you loose your identity and lust after material things, you become a slave to your lust. The day you go back to your original self and become what God created you for, God will open channels of blessings for you.

You must locate the square peg that you were removed from and fit back into them. Vision is the ability to paint a picture in your mind's eye of what ought to be, even though they are not yet. You must have a vision of who you are and why you were created. When God says He has done it, it means that you should receive it, not pray for it. The problem with Christians is that we run to man to repair what God made. A supernatural problem needs a supernatural solution and only God can reactivate what He had activated before.

If you are tired of being barren or miscarrying your blessings, God is saying today that He has given you the will to be whatever you want to be. It is okay to be heaven-bound but it is your choice to enjoy the journey to heaven.

The Bible tells us in Hab 2:3 that the vision is yet for an appointed time , but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. Now is the appointed time. Now is the time of restoration.

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