The earth is the Lord‘s, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. – Psalm 24:1
Let me help some of you who may become discouraged when you see others prospering or obtaining the things that you think you should have.
There’s enough for everybody. Just because someone else got the position you were hoping for or is driving the car you want, don’t be discouraged. God will create a new position for you and rejoice because if God did it for them, that just means that He can also do it for you.
The world will try to make you believe that there are shortages and limited supply. But, that’s according to their system. The God we serve has no dealings with shortages and He has an unending supply.
The blessings that God has assigned to you are already yours. They have your name on it. God will never assign my stuff to you or your stuff to me. There’s plenty. You don’t have to worry about God running out. You don’t have to be competitive or jealous, all you have to do is learn to unfold what’s yours. There’s plenty enough of everything for everybody!
2 thoughts on “God Can’t Run Out”
This Day Apostle, I Receive the Freshness of Psalms 24:1 With A Stronger Progressive Revelation. I Will Soak and Meditate In the Revelation That God Cannot Run Out. God Has My Blessings and Abundance With My Name On Them, Sealed and Paid For With the Ressurrection. I Will Love God With All My Heart, Abide In His Word, Keep Sowing Seed. In this Position All That God Has Will Manifest For Me.
Amen! I receive that There’s enough for everybody. I receive that God will create a new position for me and rejoice because if God did it for someone else, that just means that He can also do it for me. I receive that the God we serve has no dealings with shortages and He has an unending supply. I receive that the blessings that God has assigned to me are already mine. They have my name on it. God will never assign my stuff to anyone or anyone’s stuff to me. I receive that there’s plenty enough of everything for everybody! I receive it in Jesus’ name! Many blessings sir! Amen!