March 14

Numbers 21:1-22:20; Luke 1:26-56; Psalm 57:1-11; Proverbs 11:9-11

The Blessing cannot be reversed! From Genesis through Revelation, God speaks of The Blessing. In Genesis 1, God blessed us and said, “Be fruitful and multiply.” This was the original state that God wanted us to live in. To be blessed means empowered to prosper (do well).

Balaam was a man who feared God. Balak, a Moabite King, feared the Israelites power so he went to Baalam and asked that He curse God’s people. At God’s prompting, Balaam refused. King Balak became very angry at his refusal.

This is why every time the people complained against Moses and Aaron, it never registered with God. Once His hand is on someone, no one but that person can remove it! God will do whatever it takes to re-enforce His blessing on your life as well. Stay in obedience to God’s plans for your life. Stop being concerned about what other people do. You cannot control others but you can manage your own actions.

Don’t do to yourself what others and the devil cannot do. Don’t stop the blessing from manifesting on your life. Let God’s power flow through you to create a Garden of Eden around you today! You are blessed and no one can stop it!

Tomorrow’s Reading: Numbers 22:21-23:30; Luke 1:57-80; Psalm 58:1-11; Proverbs 11:12-13