Thursday, 28 November 2019

BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS



 “And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking unto Saul, that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.” (1 Sam 18:1)

 To be rich means to be wealthy. Also, it means to have in abundance. The word wealthy comes from the word abundance. Another synonym would be the word, good. So, goodness is wealth.

I will define relationship as the connection that exists between two or more people. It is also the way and manner people relate with one another.

Psalm 68:19 tells us what it means to have a relationship with our Father in heaven.

It says that you should have a relationship with your heavenly Father who “daily loadeth us with benefits.”

Psalm 103: 2 says, “And forget not all his benefits.” Why? Because He “forgiveth all thine iniquities … healeth all thy diseases … redeemeth thy life from destruction … [and] crowneth thee with loving kindness and tender mercies.

” No wonder Psalm 23 says in the last verse, “Goodness and mercy shall follow me.”

I make a declaration that as you relate with your heavenly Father and connect with the King of kings and LORD of lords, from today, goodness and mercy shall follow you; the benefit of healing shall be your portion, and you will be redeemed from destruction.

“Bless the Lord O my soul … and forget not all his benefits.” (Psalm 103: 1-2)

When a man is faced with all manner of problems, he begins to relate with the problems of life, instead of relating with the owner of life.

Anything taking the place of God in your life will be crushed today.

FURTHER READING: Gen 44: 30

PRAYER/CONFESSION: Goodness and Mercy shall always follow me and my family. Amen!

WORDS OF WISDOM: Goodness is wealth.
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