Tuesday, September 20, 2016


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Ephesians 4:12 [AMP]
His intention was the perfecting and the full equipping of the saints (His consecrated people), the work of ministering toward building up Christ's body (the church)

Daramola realized that she had the ability to make a business grow where others have failed. She also realized that no matter what she did, she would prosper financially. She used to think that she was just a lucky person, but as she grew in God, she realized that her unusual ability to make huge honest financial profit was the manifestation of a gift from God.

Because she was well taught, she knew that her gift was supposed to be for the edification of the body of Christ. So she started making definite commitments to further the cause of God’s kingdom with her financial resources.
She realized that as she became committed to using her resources for the furtherance of the Gospel, God increased her in ways she never imagined.

Whatever gift you have, know that is was given by the Lord, and you have a mandate from the Lord to 'do [kingdom] business with it till He comes' (see Luke 19:13). Let your gifts be used for the furtherance of the kingdom of God on this earth.

Go into today deciding to use your gift more than ever before for the furtherance of God’s kingdom on the earth. If you have not discovered your gift, that does not mean you don’t have one. Every child of God has been given a gift. Ask the Lord to help you walk in the fullness of His gifts and grace in your life. Not yet saved? Click ☞ http://bit.ly/1iTOmol

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