Who doesn’t want to be rich? Every man and woman was born with the instinctive desire to fill their lives with good things, and there is nothing wrong with that. There are certain people who mistakenly think that to want more than the bare minimum in life is noble and acceptable – they couldn’t have been more wrong. It is this kind of thinking that will give you a less than fulfilling and unsatisfactory life. If you don’t know it yet, let me tell you today Friend– your destiny is wealth. You only have to believe this and desire it with all your heart for it to come to pass.
Do you remember what you used to do when you wanted something? We pray for it with a child’s simple faith. Today we can pray for prosperity and expect it to happen for no other reason than that it is ours to have. Really, the only hindrance in keeping our riches from being manifest is our own mindsets and thought patterns. There have been many who have prayed prayers for prosperity that had staggering results. It truly doesn’t matter who you are or where you are today. You will be amazed at the power that lies within you.
Not a lot of people know who Jabez is. He has a total of 4 lines written about him in a little known part of the Bible called the book of Chronicles. If you are looking for prayers for prosperity, Jabez is a model for a successful one, it was this: “Oh, that you would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory, that Your hand would be with me, and that You would keep me from evil, that I may not cause pain!” (1 Chronicles 4:10)
Jabez is Hebrew for ’cause of pain’ – imagine that, your own mother naming you ‘pain’. It did not stop Jabez from reaching and wanting more out of his life. He cried out to God for enlarged territory and blessings which we can read as increased influence and favor to surround his life. Observe that he did not stop there. Jabez asked God that he may not be what his name said he was – a source of pain. His short biography ended well as we see in the last line of the verse: God granted him what he requested.
What can we learn from Jabez? Your past does not dictate your future – anyone can have an abundant life. Believe that God wants you prosperous. Sometimes it’s not a matter of knowing if God can but if He will. You are His creation and if you know Him intimately, you will understand that He desires to see us blessed even more than we want it for ourselves. As you pray for prosperity, do not neglect to pray for the capacity to be the best that you can be for other people as well.
To be prosperous is easy once you know your God personally. Understand your place in the world and be bold in seeking Him – you will find that the outpouring of your blessings will naturally overflow to other people’s lives as well. Remember, you were born to not just for success – you were born to be significant.
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