COOPERATE WITH GOD;- For Your Own Good | Luke 18:1 | The Lord Of The Harvest – Lesson 24 | David ADENIJI

About 15 years ago, while still an undergraduate, after studying the subject of faith so deeply, I decided to practice it. So, I started pouring words of faith over myself for about 2 years, about the kind of career I will have upon leaving school. It became a prophecy hanging over me, and I didn’t even know. I said repeatedly to myself that I won’t need to look for any job, and that jobs will look for me instead. I had it as ring tone on my phone. I mean, I could even hear those words in my sleep.

Fast forward, the future came, and that was my reality. That prophecy over me was stronger than I imagined. He gave me ideas that built a network of streams of income around me. I praise him for that. Hallelujah.

To cooperate is to work jointly towards the same end. God can do all things but He never violates his own divine order. He will not do for you what he has ordained you to do for yourself. For example, God moves when man prays (Luke 18:1). If you will not pray, then you’ll have to endure whatever life brings at you.

Bible says anyone who would not work should not eat – 2 These 3:10. Diligence is your own part of the harvest deal. Even if you give 90% of your money as tithe and the remaining 10% as offering. If you won’t lay your hands on something and remain consistent with it, there’d be no harvest. If you are never trustworthy as an employee, you will never be promoted, talkless of owning your own and doing well at it. You must cooperate with God for your own good. Let’s continue this tomorrow. Amen.

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