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“Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust, and the gold of Ophir as the stones of the brooks. Yea, the Almighty shall be thy defence, and thou shalt have plenty of sliver”
(Job 22: 24-25).
If you’ve ever wiped a table clean of dust, you’d have observed that after some time, some dust still managed to accumulate on the same surface you wiped so clean. This parallels or describes the prosperity of the believer in Christ. When the Bible says you shall lay up gold as dust, it’s telling you your supply will never end!
So you don’t ever have to think or talk lack, for you’re plugged to an unending supply. No wonder David said, “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures…” (Psalm 23:1-2). Therefore, never be afraid when it looks as though you just used up your last savings. If you’ve been thinking, “This is just the beginning of the month. There’re still twenty-five days to go and I don’t have any more money; what am I going to do?” Here’s what you should do: say, “I lay up gold as dust; I’m plugged to God’s supply system. The money I spend comes back to me in the Name of Jesus.”
Now don’t start thinking, “But I only have one source, my business! Where’s the money going to come from?” God is your source, not your job or business. He’s the One Who supplies all your needs, not according to your salary or the income from your business, but according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.
Recognize that you’re an heir of God, and you have unlimited access to His inexhaustible riches. Your heavenly Father owns the whole world and has willed it to you because you’re Abraham’s seed (Galatians 3:29). Therefore, refuse to talk or reason like the rest of the world! Think and talk prosperity. Be supply-conscious, not lack conscious.
The Lord is my Shepherd,
therefore I do not lack. I’m walking in the light of my prosperity today, for I’m the seed of Abraham; I have access to wealth untold, therefore I’m supply conscious! Lack and want are not a part of my life because I’m plugged to God’s unending supply.
2 Corinthians 9:8 , Philippians 4:19