Provoking Divine Favour- Exodus 31:21

What is favour?

1. Favour is friendly regard showing toward one another especially from someone superior. It is a special privileged. It is something done out of goodwill not out of justice.

2. Favour is an excessive kindness or unfair partiality or preferential treatment. Favour makes a man to receive without asking.
The only way God shows his kindness to his people is through divine favour.

How do I provoke divine Favour?

A. Prayer – Your prayers can provoke divine favour.

B. Trusting God – Mark 9:23, Luke 8:9
You must keep your trust in God intact and unshakeable.

C. The power of praise and thanksgiving – Psalm 22:3. A person of praise does not murmur. When you murmur you send favour away from yourself.

D. Your confession – Your mouth is a weapon of perfect authority to keep you in perfect dominion. Favour moves in the direction of those who say positive things. Prov 18:21.

E. Showing Favour – matt. 5:7 the level of favour you enjoy in your life is thesame level of favour you show to others. Esther 2:1-22.

F. Your Gift – Your gift will bring you before great men. Share your gift, so that you can be favoured. Use your gifts to the glorification of God.
3 ways your gifts can provoke God
– Prophetic offering – 1kings 17:10-24
– Giving to the poor – Prov 19:17
– Giving to your Parents – Eph 6:2-3

G. Be Kingdom Focus – Mattew 6:33
2 ways to be Kingdom focus
– Soul Wining
– Sacrificial Giving towards God’s Kingdom 2 Chroni 1:7

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About dotunroy

An Activist and passionate writer. Well informed on social development plans and activities in Nigeria and across the world. Occasionally writes on other issues facing the world in the 21st century such as climate change, environmental sustainability, politics, governance and healthcare as well as education.

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