Blank Check

The way I saw this, was pretty self explanatory.

And I mean, up for grabs, prophetically, for a whosoever.

What does your blank check look like?

For me, it’s the answer to every need.

And then I would come to this this morning:

“Christ’s resurrection is your resurrection too. This is why we are to yearn for all that is above, for that’s where Christ sits enthroned at the place of all power, honor, and authority! Yes, feast on all the treasures of the heavenly realm and fill your thoughts with heavenly realities, and not with the distractions of the natural realm.”
‭‭Colossians‬ ‭3:1-2‬ ‭TPT‬‬

I’m certain that his lavish description to us, through a blank check and feast, mirror His heart for us to understand the depths of His Love.

This whosoever, is not just taking met needs, although I’m in awe of how Good my Father is to meet them,

Over and over again-

But also, my desires.

I recently had someone say to me the tattered phrase,

“God never promised our wants, just our needs.”

I love them, but I abhor that lack of knowledge.

Actually, He has promised to meet, and give us our desires.

Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4

There’s the blank check.

God being the bank owner and funding of the desire.

Most people who have an issue with money, or prosperity, in reality, really do have a problem with money.

Remember Judas?

He was not a fan of extravagant gifts poured out on Jesus, demanding that the money be given to the poor.

Hoping really, that the money would ultimately be filtered through his hands.

🤔

Everything about our Father is lavish.

He started demonstrating that in the Garden where He provided, and then some,

AND THEN,

Placed man there.

God is NEVER taking away from us.

That’s the thief’s job.

God has indeed given us the blank check of heaven.

With it, we use our faith to receive all that we can ask or desire,

And in doing so, our never-run-out- heart of God, is produced in us, to be that lavish blessing to others.

Ask me how I know!

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