I Am Not a Beggar!

It is so important that we, followers of Jesus Christ remember who and what we are and are not, especially during tough times. God’s word in Psalm 37:25 (NIV) is clear that “I was young and now I am old, yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging bread.” Whether you are young or old this declaration is worth declaring over you and your family daily. Why? Because there is the power of life and death in every word that we speak. (See Proverbs 18:21.) And we need to listen to what we say over ourselves and situations. According to the Holy Bible we live in what we say. What are you saying? I am going to declare God’s promises, especially during tough times. “For the glory of the Lord, even in tough times, I am a baker and a distributer, but not a beggar!” Amen! And I encourage you to do the same. 

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BECKY DVORAK, author of DARE to Believe, Greater Than Magic, The Healing Creed, The Prophetic & Healing Power of Your Words, Conquering the Spirit of Death, The Waves of Healing Glory, host of Empowered for Healing and Miracles on ISN channel, and content partner with Spirit Led Woman / Charisma, featured guest on Sid Roth's --It's Supernatural! TV show, and on Today with Marilyn & Sarah TV show, is a prophetess and healing evangelist who conducts healing services, seminars, and conferences globally. After being full-time missionaries since 1994 with her husband David in Guatemala, Central America, Becky now resides in the United States. Becky and David are founders of Healing and Miracles International, Vida Ilimitada, and Life Tender Mercy Children’s Home. They celebrate 40+ years of marriage, have 8 children, 3 biological, 5 adopted, 1 son-in-law, 4 daughters-in-law, and 14 grandchildren.

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