A Year Of Abundance

As we enter the Jewish New Year 5183 (2023 for America). The abundance that we will be experiencing can go either way Blessings or Curses. We can either choose life or death.

What the world, and we receive will be based on what we are sowing. Joshua 24:15 says:

If you decide that it’s a bad thing to worship God, then choose a god you’d rather serve -and do it today. Choose one of the gods your ancestors worshiped from the country beyond The River, or one of the gods of the Amorites, on whose land you’re now living. As for me and my family, we’ll worship God

Joshua 24-15 -the message

The people of the World are dulled -hard of hearing, preventing repentance and healing.

We will reap what we sow.

The account of the farmer planting seed. When anyone hears news of the kingdom and doesn’t take it in, it just remains on the surface, and said the evil one comes along and plucks it right out of that person’s heart. This is the seed the farmer scatters on the road (Matthew). This is part of the parable in Matthew 13.

We should all be hearing from the Lord everyday. For, we cannot live on bread alone. But, what does this mean? It means that human beings need more than the simple necessities to keep the biologically alive, they need things that feed them mentally, spiritually, aesthetically (artistic), and they need things that give their life meaning.

The abundance this year can either be a blessing, or a curse.

This year I plan on seeing and hearing from God like never before. I will choose to path that brings blessings and not curses.

This year will be a harvest of abundance like never before. What will you choose abundant blessings or abundant curses?

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