defines recession as follows:

recession[ ree-sesh-uhn ]
1. the act of receding or withdrawing. 2. a receding part of a wall, building, etc.
3. a withdrawing procession, as at the end of a religious service.
4. a period of an economic contraction, sometimes limited in scope or duration.

5. a return of ownership to a former possessor.

My emphasis is on the 5th definition. Child of God, when the world is in recession, it only means God is returning the world’s possessions to it’s former possessor which is Jesus, who created the earth and everything in it.

Believe, even in times of the storm – financial storm that God is returning the world’s possessions to Jesus, and as a child of God, you are a joint heir with Christ to possess the possessions.

The world has been in the times of recession since 2008. God’s children are currently being blessed, all that’s required of you to key in, is to believe and receive.

Are you believing and receiving?

You only believe and receive if you have accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and saviour. This is a conscious decision and not something done while you were a child.

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2 responses to “Recession

  1. This is the right web site for everyone who really wants to find out about this topic. You understand a whole lot its almost tough to argue with you (not that I really will need to…HaHa). You certainly put a fresh spin on a topic which has been written about for decades. Great stuff, just wonderful!


  2. Thanx a lot, I really do appreciate. However, I must give all the credit to Jesus who revealed His wisdom and knowledge through Pastors Joseph Prince and Creflo Dollar


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