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Genesis 15:1: After these things, the word of the LORD came unto Abram in a vision, saying; Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward.


Isaiah 53:5: But he was wounded for our transgressions, he wasbruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.


2.Thessalonians 3:3: But the Lord is faithful, who shall establish you, and keep you from evil.



But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. (Matthew 6:33)



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God promises in His Word to prosper those who trust in Him. When we follow God’s law of faith, we can receive God’s financial, physical, spiritual and material blessings. The law of faith says: “Luke 6:38:3Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.

We begin this process by giving back to God our tithes and offerings. The first tenth of our income set aside for God is called our tithe. Over and above this tithe, we bring our offerings to God, as the Holy Spirit directs us. As we do this in obeying Him, God fully blesses and supplies all our needs.


  1. When God gave Abraham victory in battle, what did Abraham give back to God’s priest, Melchizedek? ( Gen. 14: 19-20) Abraham gave back to God’s priest, a tithe ( tenth) of all.
  2. How did God in turn deal with Abraham? ( Gen.24:10) God blessed Abraham in all things.
  3. What four things did Jacob want God to do for him? ( Gen.28:20) (1) Be with him (2) keep him in the way that he went (3) Give him bread to eat (4) Give him clothing to put on.
  4. What did Jacob promise to give God in return? ( Gen. 28;22) Jacob promised to give , God in return a tenth of all that God would give him.
  5. How did God in turn deal with Jacob? ( Gen. 33:11) God dealt graciously with Jacob.
  6. What kind of man was Joseph? (Gen. 39;2) Joseph was a successful man.
  7. What was the reason for Joseph’s prosperity?( Gen.39:2,23) The Lord was with him and made whatever he did to prosper.
  8. What three things did God command Joshua concerning His law/ ( Josh.1:8) (1) The law should not depart from his mouth (2) Joshua should meditate the law day and night (3) he should observe to do every thing that was written in it.
  9. What did God promise Joshua if he would do these three things? ( Josh. 1:8) God would make his way prosperous and he would have good success.
  10. What did David promise Solomon if he would obey all the statutes and judgements of God’s law? ( 1 Chron.22:13) Then you will prosper.
  11. As long as Uzziah sought the Lord, what did God do for him? ( 2 Chron.26:5) God made him to prosper.
  12. When Hezekiah sought and served God with all his heart, what happened to him? ( 2 Chron.31;21; 32:30) Hezekiah prospered in all his works.


  1. Concerning a certain kind of person, God says that “ whatever he does shall prosper” ( Ps. 1;3) (a) List three things that such person must not do. (Ps.1:1) (1) he must not walk in the counsel of the ungodly (2) he must not stand in the path of sinners (3) he must not sit in the seat of the scornful (b) Now list two things that such a person must do. (Ps.1:2) (1) he must delight in the law of the Lord (2) he must meditate in the word of God day and night.
  2. In what two ways did God say that Israel had been robbing him? (Mal.3:8) (1) in Tithes (2) in Offerings
  3. What happened to Israel as a result of robbing God? ( Mal.3:9) The whole nation was cursed with a curse.
  4. How did God tell Israel to try Him ( put Him to the test)? (Mal. 3:10) By bringing all the tithes in the storehouse.
  5. What did God promise Israel that He would then do for them? ( Mal.3:10 ) God would open the windows of heaven and pour such a blessing that there will not be room enough to receive it all.
  6. What two things does Jesus tell Christians to seek before all others? (Matt.6:33) (1) The kingdom of God (2) The righteousness of God
  7. What result does Christ promise will then follow? (Matt.6:33) All these (material) things will be added to them.
  8. When we give, with what measure will it be given back to us? ( Luke 6:38) With the same measure that you use to give others.
  9. By what standard did Paul tell each Christian to measure how much he should set aside for God? ( 1.Cor. 16:2) As he may prosper ( through God)
  10. For what purpose did Christ become poor? ( 2 Cor. 8;9) He became poor that through His poverty we might become rich.
  11. What kind of person does God love? ( 2 Cor. 9:7) God loves a cheerful giver.
  12. If we wish to reap bountifully, what must we do first? ( 2 Cor. 9;6) We must sow bountifully( generously)
  13. If God’s grace abounds towards us, what two results will follow? ( 2. Cor.9:8) (1) We shall always have all sufficiency ( plenty in all things) (2) We may have an abundance (plenty) for every good work.
  14. From what kind of people will God withhold no good thing? ( Ps. 84:11) God will withhold no good thing from those who walk uprightly ( morally)
  15. What kind of people will not lack any good thing? ( Ps.34;10) The people who seek the LORD will not lack any good thing.
  16. In what does the Lord take pleasure? ( Ps. 35:27) The Lord takes pleasure in the prosperity of His servant.

Memory Work: Matthew 6:33 Write out this verse from memory.

“ But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matt.6:33).

Notes on Correct Answers - Study Eleven

The first person who offered Tithe to God was Abraham, our father of faith. Believers who give tithes to God are walking in the steps of faith of the faithful Abraham. Abraham gave tithes to the the Priest Melchizedek, which means, king of righteousness, king of salem( peace). Jesus is our great High priest according to the order of Melchizedek. As our great high priest today, Jesus Himself receives our tithes, even though we give our tithes to a earthly human Pastor or ministry leader. When we have this right attitude, God blesses our work, efforts and ministry.

Meditation is the key to success in our spiritual life. Meditate the word of God, speak the word of God and do according to the word of God. When you fulfil these three steps, you will have Good success and divine prosperity. Joshua 1:8. According to Psalm1:1-3, if you delight in the word of God, meditate God’s word day and night, whatever you do, shall prosper. Faith is the only basis that God will accept us. Whatever is not from faith is sin. In handling money also, we should be faithful. Heb.11;6

Poverty is a curse. On the cross, Jesus took upon Himself every one of the curses- hunger, thirst, nakedness, in need of everything. He did this that believers in Jesus might receive God’s riches for every need. Philippians 4:19.

‘Cheerful” means “ hilarious” ( 2 Cor.9:7). Farmer sows the seed. Similarly, we Jesus disciples give in the similar way, the word of God, material blessings. We should give carefully, wisely, in the areas that will give best results for the kingdom of God.

Prosperity is the will of God. The Lord takes pleasure ( Joy, happiness, gladness) in the prosperity of the minister of God, His servant. Ps. 35:27.


Father, in Jesus name I come to your presence. I believe you are my shield and exceeding great reward. I believe in the resurrection of Jesus. I am righteous. I give tithes and offerings to God according to your grace. I meditate the word of God day and night. I am a cheerful giver. I believe My God you shall supply all my needs according to your riches in glory. I understand that you take pleasure in my prosperity. In Jesus name, I pray. Amen.




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