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His EXceeding Abundance

In the book of Ephesians 3:20, two clear secrets were revealed
~ God has the ability to do beyond the human imagination [divine provisioning].
~ His ability to perform is in accordance to the presence of His power at work in a believer.
"Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us," - Ephesians 3:20
This implies that God's power needs to be fully made manifest in the life of a believer before there can be an experience of His divine abundance.
What is God's power?
God's power is the manifestation of His personality, through Christ(The Living Word-John 1(:14)), by the Holy Spirit.
Romans 1:16-17 gives an insight to the power of God as being the gospel of Christ (The Word) which reveals His righteosness.
_v16 >> For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation...v17>>>For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith...
The revelation behind the scripture:
An evidence of God's power in a believer is first His righteousness, which draws in His abundance accordingly. In Matthew 6:33, Jesus confirms that.
Have I yielded to God to take/have preeminence in my life?
His exceeding abundance does not operate (or actualize) outside His power in you.
His exceeding abundance is not limited to needs/wants. The bible says "...above all you ask or think". Speak His Word, Meditate on His Word, Manifest His purpose.
Remain forever blessed.

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