I was once guilty of what I’m about to say. . .but not anymore.
I used to speak about what I had to have to meet this or that need. I, unwittingly, developed a need mentality. . .which was reinforced by the words of my mouth.
I can remember totaling up bills and praying for God to meet this need of $15,000 or whatever the amount by a specific date. When the need was met. . .I breathed a sigh of relief and, of course, gave God the proper glory.
However, a moment of pure revelation came to my fine wife Bev and I. . .the day we realized that we should stop thinking and speaking in terms of needs. . and begin thinking and speaking of living in surplus.
We’ve taught several times about surplus on Sunday Nite Live. Visit tlctoday.net and search for “surplus of prosperity” and you will find the teaching outlines.