What is 4 Laws Of God’s Blessing ?

What is 4 Laws Of God’s Blessing ?

AADISHRI ARUN

What is 4 Laws Of God's Blessing ?

Laws Of God’s Blessing

We no longer need to be dictated to by Law, as children of God we have the divine nature of our heavenly Father living within. We do what pleases God by desire and intuition.
God’s original intent and plan, as demonstrated in the promise to Abraham, was for man to be in relationship with God by faith, not by the works of the Law.

 

 

 

The Law, which came 430 years after the Promise, did not replace nor change God’s plan. The Law was a temporary measure to:

a. teach man about sin
b. constrain sin by legislation
c. lead man to Lord by demonstrating his need for a Savior

Four Laws Of God’s Blessing

 

1. Our blessings should flow to others: Some people have the mindset that God has blessed them just so they can be happy and comfortable. But that’s not so. Holy Scripture teaches us that we are blessed so that we may bless others as well. God’s promise to Abraham in Bible, Genesis 12:2 was: “I will make of you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing.” Therefore blessings must flow outwardly.

2. When we bless others, God takes care of our needs: There’s almost nothing God won’t do for the person who really wants to help other people. In fact, God guarantees a particular blessing for the one who is willing to share what he’s been given instead of hoarding his wealth. In Bible, Luke 18:29-30 Lord said, “Truly, I tell you, there is no man who has left his home or parents or brothers or wife or children, for the sake of the kingdom of God, who shall not receive many times more in this age and, in the age to come, eternal life.” When you care about helping other people, God assumes responsibility for your problems. And that’s a real blessing, for he’s much better at handling your difficulties than you are.

3. Our blessings to others will come back on us: Bible, Luke 6:38 tells us, ” Give, and it will be given to you: Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will men give unto you. For with the measure you use, it will be measured unto you” The more you try to bless other people in the world around you, the more God says, “I’m going to pour blessings out on you. We’ll play a little game here. Let’s see who will win. Let’s see who can give the most. The more you bless others, the more I’m going to bless you in return.” You cannot out-give God.

4. More is expected of those who have more: Lord said it this way in Bible, Luke 12:48: “For to whom much is given, of him much shall be required. And from him to whom much was entrusted, much will be asked.” Would you agree that, based on the blessings of your life, you probably have a greater responsibility than other people in the world? It’s obvious we’ve been given freedom and opportunities that many people don’t have. We’ve been given material and physical and spiritual abundance that a lot of people around the world simply do not have.