Some of us think that we did it on our own.
Some of us think we came to Christ on our own.
Some of us think that we have what we have because we earned it.
And yes you played a role in everything you have, but the source was always God, even if it was through your hard work, it was God that gave you the ability to do the hard work.
When it comes to principles, it matters how you believe and what you believe, because it is how you believe that limits the principle’s ability to achieve its goal.
The principle of infinite supply must be practiced or pursued in the Spirit. In other words, the indwelling Spirit of God within you imparts or activates the principle.
The rules that govern the principle are subject to your relationship with God. Your relationship with God is what gives you the right to operate within the principle.
Wait, I can hear the hearts of those who have been taught that God’s principles work the same for everyone, because He is no respecter of persons. No way. God is no respecter of persons, but don’t think for one minute that God intends to let people into heaven without faith in Christ.
God does not bless or enlarge the borders of the unrighteous. They do that on their own and it is their reward.
God does not bless crime. They do that on their own and it is in itself their reward. The spoils of foolish and ungodly behavior is itself your reward.