Yah keeps his promises, which means his blessings have to flow.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. From national to individual blessings, many promises abound in Scripture via prophetic pronouncements made by Yah himself. He has made covenants with individuals, such as Abraham, and he has covenanted with our ancestors, the entire nation of Israel.
With all those covenants, Yah expected faithfulness, and through them he promised blessings. With some covenants he proclaimed curses as well. For the blessings to flow, one had to be obedient to Yah—or our entire nation did—but if disobedience resulted, curses would eventually follow, fulfilling to a tee whatever Yah spoke in prophecy. Today, many blessings still await us, at both an individual and national level, but, as always, those wonderful blessings are contingent on our absolute obedience, which is why many of them have yet to flow.
If we do what we are supposed to do—what we, as his people, have been commissioned to—being faithful to Yah by keeping his laws and commandments and upholding our end of the covenant we as a nation agreed to, prophetic blessings would flow. You would witness these blessings in your own life. And if you have been faithful you have witnessed it, for:
19 Elohim is not man, that he should lie, or a son of man, that he should change his mind. Has he said, and will he not do it? Or has he spoken, and will he not fulfill it?
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