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WHAT IS IN YOUR HANDS?

The last post we had on the expository section was the series of post about the centurion with the topic:
How do you amaze Jesus? where I discussed faith. You can get the collapsed mini e-book by clicking the topic or here.

I defined Faith as the reconciliation of what is in your hands and what you want from the Lord.

For an expository or eye opener on what you want from the Lord, you can read up this related post: 
What ask thou? It will deal with a part of your questions.



Moving into the business of the day, I will be discussing this topic for a week as it cuts across our Spiritual, Emotional and Financial.

What is in your hands?
What is in your Life?
What do you want from the Lord?
What you want and what is in your Life do they correlate for reconciliations?


What you want from the Lord is a need that is only birth out from the understanding of your purpose, and an understanding of your Purpose gives the clearer vision of what is deposited in your Life which is revealed in your hands. 

I want to clarify or clearly state that:
You cannot get what is outside of your destiny package.
Therefore, knowing your purpose/purpose discovery leads you to asking right, asking what’s in your destiny package which will be deposited in your hands.

It is only the things with its roots in your destiny that has its seeds and fruits in your Life.

II Chronicles 6:4/ I Kings 8:15 - And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Israel, who hath with his hands fulfilled that which he spake with his mouth.....

With your hands you fulfill what God speaks with His mouth concerning you or what you speak. 

I’ll be writing on three basic levels of what can be in your hands and they are:
1.   Nothing in my Hands
2.   Little in my Hands

3.   Much in my hands

I leave you with these quotes, nuggets and words, and I hope you ruminate and meditate on them as we proceed on these in the space of a week.

Happy Monday,
Oluwatobiloba Oshunbiyi 
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