“And Isaac answered and said unto Esau, Behold, I have made him thy lord, and all his brethren have I given to him for servants; and with corn and wine have I sustained him: and what shall I do now unto thee, my son?” Genesis 27:37.
I one heard in a movie that ” You wait long, you wait worried; And it has also been revealed that book learning is not always a warranty for success despite it is said that readers are leaders.
Dynamism is not always the portion of the most qualified.
It is not a decent manifestation for an elder or more qualified person to resort to leftovers especially because of his/his carelessness, while the younger or less qualified enjoys the Tangible constituent of position or the blessings.
Esau made supplication for left over blessings with weeping and still couldn’t get it.
What the father was to say, was “… You will not live on a good land. You will not have much rain. You will have to fight, contend and struggle for survival, and I have already subjected you slavery under the dominion of your brother. But one condition when you fight to be free you will break away from his control. This is a clear destiny map reading that Esau will suffer and struggle to make ends meet. How sad!
Never go for leftover. Never live your life in such a way that all you can get is the leftover blessings, that will subject you to slavery forever.
What can lead one into leftover fatality?
1. Lack of family history or knowledge: Esau lacked the knowledge history of his family; to be void of the knowledge of your lineage history could be a catastrophe to your future.
2. Esau was unmindful of household wickedness and mischief; and that led to ruin.
3. Esau refused to govern his apatite. Temporal Hunger made him fortfiet his blessings.
PRAYER: O Lord deliver me from the syndrome of leftover fatality in Jesus Name.
PROPHETIC DECLARATION: I prophesy today whatever will delay your journey to arrive when your portion is given to another is herescattered in the same direction in the Name of Jesus.
STUDY AND MEDITATE ON THE FOLLOWING SCRIPTURES.
Psalms 90:14-16; John 1:1-2; Colosians 2:21..
Pastor Misheal Tomizayi
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