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“But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him” Hebrew 11:6 (KJV)

As I was looking at today’s text, I began to ask the Lord what does “He is” mean. Why doesn’t the scripture say “He has”? Rather it says “He is”. God said He doesn’t have because if He has to have then He is not God. It is we humans who have. It is created beings that have things. God doesn’t have, “He is”. It therefore means He is whatever you will ever need. So, what you need, He is!

When you receive Christ as your Saviour and Lord, He is everything you need. Often, we seek healing or prosperity when we should seek Him. When you have Him, He is the Healer. When you have Him, He is prosperity! He is power! He is life! He is light and illumination. When you have Him, every other thing is settled. You can’t have Him and not have healing, because He is healing and the life in Him will swallow up sickness. If the same Spirit of Him that raised up Jesus dwells in you, that same Spirit shall make your body alive and eat up the disease. His Spirit in you will eat up cancer. His Spirit will eat up diabetes. Having Him changes everything. How can you have life and die prematurely? How can you fail when you have Him? Whosoever comes to Him must believe that He is! He is all you need!

He said to Moses you want to know my name? I AM, that is who I AM. So, His name is “He is”. Child of God when you gave your life to Christ all your needs were met. All you need to do is feed on Him. Feeding on Him will change your prayer life. It will change your perspective. As a matter of fact, you will find it difficult to miss anything. I decree no more lack in your life.

Further Reading: Exodus 3: 1-15, Romans 8:11
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Psalms 37-39; Evening- Acts 26

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