“The blessings of the Lord, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.”

Proverbs 10:22

In the opening post for this blog, I shared a letter to the Nations, Houses and People of God that came transferred to me by the Holy Spirit. Through that letter God shared with me a clear message as to why so many of his children and creations are yet suffering in our world today, despite the known abundance of resources that exists.  

That word summarized, is that God is done playing about the womb of the world – the Earth, the wombs in the Earth that bring forth life, the anointing God bestows upon God’s messengers, sons and daughters in Christ and God’s value in the Earth.  

For some that message may have come across as a bit harsh and judgmental.  

I was inspired by the Holy Spirit to share this message of edification focusing on the opportunity God has given the Nations of God, Houses of God and all the People of God to shift course and reclaim God’s divine blessings and abundance. 

One on the keys to stepping into God’s divine blessings and abundance as a child of God, believer, and keeper of God’s promises is recognizing that God is. And as God is; God is a compassionate, giving and forgiving “Father”. For those that believe, God exists and operates beyond the physical reality of man’s body, mind, and feelings. As the creator of heaven and earth, the visionary who created life and existence as we know it, God’s vision for our lives, existence and this world goes beyond the fear and feelings of our human experience.  

God knows the capabilities and capacities of every one of his creations. God knows the perceived boundaries of our faith and the limits of our bodies and minds. As such, God is never done with any of his children or his creations that  sustain us. God is with us on the mountain top and walking with us through the valley and dessert. Though our minds and our flesh may fail and give way to overconsumption, fear, and the acceptance of lack and suffering, God is still with us. Present and available to reveal the true nature of God’s promises and point us to our God divine existence.   

When I read 1 Peter 2:9-10; I hear the voice of God speaking to his adopted children declaring that because the world of darkness and shame would not accept you as a person worth being acknowledged, because the ways of this world cast you into the shadows of existence, I claim you as mine, as my children. And as my children, the Children of God, you are a chosen generation, you are now of royal heritage and lineage, invited to be priests of the goodness of God. Because of our “peculiar” (= otherness/difference) nature that the world rejected, God has exercised mercy in adopting us into his family and his Kingdom just as we are.   

I Peter 2:9-10 

“But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called out of darkness into his marvelous light :10 Which in times past were not a people but are now the people of God: which had not obtained mercy, but now have obtained mercy.”  


For God knows the desires of our hearts. God knows our wildest dreams and the vision of the divine existence planted in your heart and mind. Therefore, through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ upon the cross, God made a way for everyone to step out of that which has not served them or has held them bound and captive to lack, suffering and pain into a divine existence of abundance, peace, healing, and protection.  

In Psalms 86 versus 8, 9 and 10, David declares that God is the god unlike any other God. God is the god that can manifest restoration and healing unlike any other god man may bow. For God is the God that hath created all nations and therefore all nations shall come and worship before the Lord.  

(8) Among the gods there is none like unto thee, O Lord; neither are there any works like unto thy works. (9) All nations whom thou hast made shall come and worship before thee, O Lord; and shall glorify thy name. (10) For thou art great, and does wondrous things: thou art God alone.  

If we examine our life and living as if we were a nation of God within ourselves, we can bear witness to David’s declaration. 

For did God not birth you into life, flowing breath into your body? 

Has God not provided for your “lands” (= your body), that you are here and present today? 

Has God not preserved your value, by maintaining your mental functioning while sustaining and amplifying your gifts and talents? 

For indeed God is a good and honorable Father and creator of all. For as our flesh has failed, God has sustained. 

Have we all not born witness to others that have succumb to the very thing which God has raised us up out of? As we bear witness to God’s goodness and God’s mercies having been made active on our behalf, shall we not acknowledge all that God has done and continues to do for us, through us and with us. 

In our own lives when we take on the benefactor role for someone, whether it be your children, parents or in community, do we not desire our benevolence to be acknowledged? Then how much more does God, the creator and protector of all desire for his children and creations to acknowledge and proclaim God’s goodness, mercy, and shelter?  

Short answer. God does desire his children and his creations to acknowledge him and the path to healing, restoration and salvation made available through his love and the blood of Jesus Christ.   

For as this world mocked, denounced, crucified, and dismembered the word of Christ, what more can this world do to your body and your mind, other than steal your spirit and deny your soul. Christ was made flesh to take on every ism, every oppression, ever enslavement this world might manifest, so that we all might know, and our children and their children might know, that God will never let his children down or leave them drowning inself-doubt, unbelief, shame, fear, or un-right-use-ness of that which God has blessed them with.   

Psalms 136:12 

“With a strong hand, and with a stretched out arm: for his mercy endures forever.” 


For if we dare to love ourselves as God loves us, 

“All things are possible, and nothing is out of reach.”