Moments of faith daily devotional 08, January 2024 By prophet Frank Udoh

Title: Your Abundant Life in Christ

God is capable of showering you with abundant grace, encompassing every favor and earthly blessing. This ensures your self-sufficiency, allowing you to be generously equipped for good works and charitable acts (2 Corinthians 9:8 AMPC).


Contrary to the notion of poverty being God’s will, the Scriptures reveal God’s plan for His children to experience abundant provision. Job’s prosperity was so evident that even the devil attributed it to God’s blessings (Job 1:9-10).

Recognize that your financial prosperity matters to God, as emphasized in 3 John 1:2. Job 22:24-25 paints a vivid picture of prosperity akin to gold settling like dust—an unceasing and plentiful supply for God’s people.

Psalm 23:1-2 echoes the mindset of abundance: “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” Regardless of your geographical location, this prosperous life is your reality in Christ.

Revisit 1 Corinthians 3:21 and Romans 8:17, understanding that you are an heir of God and a joint-heir with Christ. Embrace the truth that all things are yours, as stated in your opening scripture.

Choose to view your job or business not just as a means of livelihood but as a channel to bless others. In Christ, you’ve entered a life of superabundance, acknowledging and enjoying your inheritance.

Gracious Father, I am grateful for being a joint-heir with Christ. The world belongs to me, and I choose to live a joyful, prosperous life in Christ. Nothing good is withheld from me, and I dwell in the realm of superabundance, manifesting your love and grace. In Jesus’ Name, I pray. Amen.

Further Study:

2 Peter 1:2-3: Grace and peace multiply through the knowledge of God, providing all things for life and godliness.
Psalm 23:1-2: The Lord as our shepherd ensures we lack nothing.
1 Timothy 6:17: Trust in the living God, who richly provides all things for enjoyment, rather than uncertain riches.

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