Things To Remember
God created man to have dominion over the earth.
Adam’s sin allowed Satan to become the god of the world.
God established a blood covenant with Abraham.
Everything Abraham had belonged to God.
Everything God had belonged to Abraham.
Hearken diligently to the voice of God’s Word.
If ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.
Place yourself under this Covenant.
Make the decision to walk with God.
You have an everlasting Covenant with Him!

Know God wants you to prosper.
Desire to prosper.
Use God’s system.
Speak God’s Word.
See yourself prospering.

God is willing to use His power and ability on your behalf.
Know that God wants you to prosper in all areas.
Prosperity requires diligence.
It takes a prosperous attitude to reap a financial harvest.
Jesus became poor that you might be rich.
His poverty brings you access to prosperity.
God wants you to walk in victory—spiritually, physically, financially, and socially.
Pray your desire, not your problem.
Meditate on and speak your desire.

Wisdom comes out of the mouth of God.
God wants you to have wisdom so you will be blessed and prosperous.
You get wisdom into your heart by believing God’s Word and speaking it out your mouth.

Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
These things will be added to you on earth.
If you seek God’s Kingdom first, you will know His will and He will give you the desires of your heart.
Seek the Source, not the things!
Choose to serve God and make riches serve you!

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