Lack is more than just a financial matter. Much of the hardships in life are the result of wrong thinking and wrong decisions. We must learn the importance of renewing our mind with God’s higher thoughts. We can only prosper to the degree that our souls ...
Lack is more than just a financial matter. Much of the hardships in life are the result of wrong thinking and wrong decisions. We must learn the importance of renewing our mind with God’s higher thoughts. We can only prosper to the degree that our souls (thoughts) prosper.
It is imperative that we seek first His kingdom, and not money or material possessions. Prosperity is never to be our goal in life.
Many Christians are living far below what Jesus has purchased for them. They are struggling to attain what God has freely provided. Jesus came that we might have an abundant life. Living in lack is not abundant living. Lack goes against the very nature of God. Financial provision is not only a biblical promise, but the right of every born-again believer.
In his book, Thou Shalt Not Lack, Jeff Miller presents reasons that Christians suffer lack, and what they can do to release the blessings of God in their lives. The same covenant that provides us with forgiveness and healing also provides us redemption from the curse of lack. As you apply the Biblical principles contained in this book you will begin to experience the goodness of God in a fresh way and will move out of the land of lack into God’s full supply.
Jeff Miller has a strong anointing to teach on the subject of God's Provision, and his bold and inspirational style brings clarity and understanding to timeless, biblical truths. He has been in full-time ministry for over thirty years. During this time, he and his wife, Christine, pioneered two churches, including Abundant Life Family Church in Aurora, IL, where he currently serves as senior pastor. He has preached the gospel in many nations of the world, and has ministered in Bible schools, churches and conferences.
Jeff and his wife, Christine, have been happily married for over twenty-eight years and have three grown children who work with them in the ministry -- Elizabeth, Timothy, and Kaitlin.