Christ is become of no effect unto you, whosoever of you are justified by the law; ye are fallen from grace. – Galatians 5:4
People think that when you say “fallen from grace” it’s always talking about going to hell. If you are born again, you aren’t going to hell. In this instance, I’m not talking about hell. In this instance, I’m trying to get you from living in hell on earth, especially in your finances.
When Galatians 5:4 says you have fallen from grace, what it really means is that you have fallen from the revelation of what Jesus has done for you. Falling from grace means falling from healing, long life, peace, joy, and prosperity. It means that you are trying to get all of these some other way. People become desperate for these things, trying to make them happen any way they can. But, you don’t have to be desperate for the things of God. They are already yours!
If you scale your life by what you can do you are forsaking what Jesus did. We’ve been trained to do it ourselves. But, we’ve got to learn to receive what is rightfully ours.
You don’t have to fight for what is yours. You’re supposed to fight the good fight of faith. You don’t use your faith to fight the devil; you use your faith to receive what the Lord Jesus has already done for you.
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Amen Apostle, I Will Use My Faith, To Fight The Good Fight of Faith. I Fully Receive Everything Jesus Has Already Paid For Me. My Prosperity Is Already Paid For. I Will Not Use My Faith to Fight the Devil For What Is Already Mine.
Amen Apostle Thompson! I receive that I don’t have to fight for what is mine. I receive that I am supposed to fight the good fight of faith. I receive that I don’t use my faith to fight the devil; I use my faith to receive what the lord Jesus has already done for me. I receive it in Jesus’ name! Many blessings sir! Amen!