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Word of Faith > The New Testament Is The Answer To The Prayer Of Jabez

By Martin Cisneros

The will of God is always life and that more abundantly per John 10:10, Jeremiah 31:27-28, Jeremiah 33:9, Psalm 23:1, 2Corinthians 8:9, 2Corinthians 9:8, Psalm 112, Joshua 1:8, Isaiah 48:18, Isaiah 54, and many, many other passages. Deuteronomy 28 lists everything that's the diametric opposite of the prayer of Jabez as being the portion of those that aren't walking by the Written Word of God. It details the curse of the law. Galatians 3:13 says Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, having become a curse for us, so that the blessing of Abraham (going back to that blessing in Genesis details expansion of borders to the right and left) would come upon the Nations/Gentiles thru Jesus Christ, because as that chapter goes on to explain further, if you belong to Christ Jesus, then you're the children of Abraham.

The book of Hebrews after detailing all that we have thru Christ Jesus says to be content with such things as you have -- not with such things as you don't have -- it just got thru talking to you indepth about Jesus Christ as the one who brings to pass everything you say, and in the light of a superior Blood, superior priesthood, superior atonement, superior wisdom, etc., it says to be content with those things for He has said He'll never leave us nor forsake us, as He was with Jesus Christ so will He be with us, as He was with St. Paul, so will He be with us, as He was with St. John so will He be with us. Galatians 4 describes the difference between a Hagar/bondage mentality which doesn't expand, and the New Jerusalem attitude of the redeemed by the Blood of Jesus as the expansion of all things in your life as the Written Word of God expands into your life in all things as that chapter, the 5th, and 6th chapters detail, and as Jeremiah 31:27-28 outline the difference between Old Testament and New Testament PERFECTLY AND BEAUTIFULLY.

Overcoming in this life means the rewards of the overcomer, per 1John, book of Revelation, and lots of other places, and those include the expansion of all things to you, being lead into all truth, being brought into remembrance of all He's told you since before the foundation of the world, and having all that you had with Him before the foundation of the world RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW (with persecutions 'cause most Christians won't like it) and in the world to come Eonian Life, but many who are first will be last, and the last first, depending on who takes Him at His Word and becomes seed sowing minded so that they can feed nations that have already been given to them, and for which we'll each be held accountable for.

CHRISTIANITY IS EXPANSIONISM, [per Hebrews 11:6,] as Isaiah 9:7, Jeremiah 31:27-28, Daniel 2:44, Daniel 7:22, and many other passages that indicate that of the increase of the government of the saints there shall be no end. If you're not seeing the increase of the government of the saints, then you're not seeing the Kingdom in the direction you're looking, but anything other than the Kingdom 'cause the Scriptures say that of the increase of our Kingdom there shall be no end -- in our anointings, spiritually, soulishly, physically, financially, socially, and with regards to all things that pertain to our ministries, our Word, life, godliness, family, et. al. Expansion is the proof of the integrity of the believer according to Mark 4, Luke 8, Proverbs 2:21 and Proverbs 11:3 -- and Psalm 112 and Jeremiah 31:27-28 is the profile of the willing and obedient believer.


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