It’s Time To Break The Curse Of Poverty Over Your Life And Family Pt 1 – Korede & Esther Komaiya

Tuesday, 20th Sept. 2022

A good [man] leaves an inheritance to his children’s children, But the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous. Pro. 13:22 (NKJV)

Before you give poverty a natural explanation, let me quickly make this clear to you, poverty is essentially a curse with spiritual roots. Whereas poverty is a problem of global importance, no scientific explanation will suffice to deal with it than to first acknowledge the fact that poverty is a curse. Scripture says in our anchor text that, a good man leaves an inheritance for his grandchildren. Therefore, if you did not inherit wealth from your parents, you have inherited poverty. In the beginning, when God created man, He blessed him, among other things, with wealth. Adam never knew anything called lack until he lost all his divine privileges through sin. Man’s sin attracted curse, and the curse placed a sentence of poverty, lack, and toiling upon man. It is expedient I take you to the beginning where it all started so that you may know that poverty is a curse.

Having established this, I want you to know that nothing dehumanizes like poverty; nothing erodes glory like it. Poverty destroys a man’s mind and the man himself. It is to work without having measurable results to show for it; it is to make efforts without any convincing proof to show for the effort. You must therefore rise up and break its yoke over your life and family. The worst mistake you can make is to leave the same battles your parents left for you, for your children to fight again. Jesus Christ has already paid the price and He has already redeemed us from the curse of poverty. So rise up and enforce your total freedom and extend the same to your family. As a redeemed child of God, you are not supposed to be poor. The price to take you back to Eden has been paid. You are to live life like Adam did before he fell. You are to be basking in the blessing of God.

The number one way to conquer the curse of poverty is to define and declare God as your Source. You must know and believe strongly in your Source. For believers, we don’t have another source other than God. Philippians 4:19 says, “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” God is our inexhaustible Source. You must come to the full realization of this truth. Never make any other thing your source other than God. No mortal man, no system of government, nothing earthly is your source; God alone is. Until your absolute dependence is on God as your Source, you will always have problems with supplies. God is the Source, all other mediums are mere channels. Channels are not always consistent, but God our Source is ever consistent. When one channel fails, never allow it to disturb you, keep your focus on the Source and you will always enjoy constant supplies from Him.

Father, in the Name of Jesus, I thank You because I have been redeemed from the curse of poverty. Today, I acknowledge and declare You as my Source. I believe and declare that my Father supplies all my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. I refuse to be poor; poverty has no place in my life and that of my family. The LORD is our Source and He constantly supplies all our needs in Jesus Name.

The number one way to conquer the curse of poverty is to define and declare God as your Source.

Pst. Korede Komaiya

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