Eph. 1:3, “Blessed by the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ.” God has blessed us beyond any curse at all. We have a wonderful inheritance, according to Psalm 16. God has already blessed us with ALL spiritual blessings, not some. Spiritual blessings are weightier than physical blessings because the spiritual controls the physical. It is the highest level of blessings that he has given us and we can access these blessings in Christ Jesus, the pattern Son. God sowed his Son as a seed and the harvest is the harvest of sons; you can be one of them.

In Christ, we are blessed with all spiritual blessings. You need to keep proclaiming this – God has blessed me with all spiritual blessings in Christ Jesus. Continue to confess this. When you wake up in the morning, let this be part of your daily declarations – Father, thank you because I have a wonderful inheritance. Say this until it registers deep down in the innermost recess of your being. We need to keep celebrating who we are in Christ. Remember that what you celebrate is what gets magnified, that is what you will attract and that is what you become. We need to celebrate what Christ has done for us and who we are in Christ Jesus.

When you fail to celebrate what you have, it will take a walk after a while and you may never find it again. I call it the law of attention, you may call it the law of placement of value. If you don’t celebrate what you have, there is the tendency for you to misplace it. That is one of the problems of the Church today because they have not learnt to celebrate who they are and what they have in Christ Jesus. If you don’t celebrate who you are, you will chase what you are not and you will end up being what you are not supposed to be. That is exactly what is happening today. And that is the reason why some men of God throw away their call to pursue other things. It is a shame! What is it that you think that devil is not prepared to give you in exchange for your soul if you just bow? Jesus asked that pertinent question – “for what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? (Mark 8:36). It is when people don’t know how to celebrate who they are that they end up a wannabe; wanting to be everything they are not supposed to be and the resultant effect is loss of identity. Your identity is complete only in Christ. If you miss Christ, you will chase shadows for the rest of your life. That is why if you have found Christ and you are still chasing any other thing, you have not found the true Christ.



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