How to Get a Financial Breakthrough

WOF April17 HowToGetAFinancialBreakthrough// Kenneth E. Hagin

FROM MY EXPERIENCE of almost 70 years of preaching faith, I've concluded that more people fail when it comes to faith for finances than anything else.

That's because they're trying to exercise faith but haven't sown any seed! They want God to bless their finances even though they haven't planted anything. Even so, it's amazing how He'll have mercy on them and help them.

The Bible states, "Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again" (Luke 6:38).

The Bible also says, "He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully" (2 Cor. 9:6). If you want a bountiful crop, you have to sow bountifully.

We can't reap a crop without sowing seed. We can't say, "I'm going in the backyard to pick tomatoes" if the ground hasn't been prepared and the seed sown.

We can receive finances through two principal methods:



An example of the second method was the widow in the Old Testament story found in First Kings chapter 17. Her cruse of oil kept pouring oil, and her meal barrel kept giving meal—which was just as good as money in those days. That was a supernatural manifestation. Supernatural manifestations often occur for us in the area of finances because we have obeyed God and have sown seed.

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Winter Bible Seminar and RBTC Homecoming February 14-19, 2021!


 Charge up on God's Word at Winter Bible Seminar, February 14-19! Gather with people from around the world at Rhema USA in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, for this special time of ministry and fellowship. Winter Bible Seminar is a great place for you to get built up in the Word, receive a fresh vision for your life and ministry, and catch up with old (and new) friends. You don't want to miss this extraordinary week!

Services begin Sunday, February 14, at 6 p.m. in the Rhema Bible Church auditorium and continue Monday through Friday. Various speakers will minister at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m., followed by Lynette Hagin at 10:30 a.m. and Kenneth W. Hagin at 7 p.m.

Services will also be livestreamed on YouTube, Facebook, rhema.tv, and the Rhema USA app. Be sure to watch for event updates on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To learn more or preregister, visit rhema.org/wbs or call 1-866-312-0972. Registration is free and open to everyone!

It will be an awesome time to catch up with old friends as well as meet new people.




A Christmas Wish: From Stressed to Blessed

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 //Kenneth W. Hagin

Stress is something we have to deal with continually. Actually, this time of year there seems to be more stress on people. But God wants to help us with our stress!

Psalm 40:4 says, "Blessed is that man who makes the Lord his trust" (NKJV). You could also read this verse, "Stressed is that man who does not make the Lord his trust." Our Heavenly Father wants us to trust Him. He does not want us to live stressed out! So let's look at a few things that can cause stress in our lives and consider some ways to handle them. Read more...



God Has Assignments for You!



// Lynette Hagin


of the new year, I always ask the Lord what I need to concentrate on during that year. As I meditated on the Word and prayed, these words began to come, "Focus on listening to My voice in every step that you take and in every decision that you make."

We are living in one of the most trying and difficult times that I have ever experienced in my life. Every day we hear of another tragic situation. The Apostle Paul told Timothy that the last days would be very difficult times (2 Tim. 3:1). I believe we are in those days now.

This also presents great opportunities for us if we will listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit. Psalm 37:23 reminds us that "The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way." The Lord will order our steps daily and give us opportunities to minister to people who are hurting if we will only recognize and obey His voice. Read More. . .



Speak to Your Mountain, Not About It


 //Kenneth W. Hagin

There is a difference between speaking to your mountain and speaking about your mountain. Speaking about your mountain will magnify the problem in your mind. The problem will begin to look bigger and bigger in your sight. But speaking to your mountain keeps things in proper perspective.

When you put God’s Word in your mouth, magnifying the Answer above all else, speaking to the mountain will cause it to move (Mark 11:23–24)!

This week:

  1. Take a day and keep track of how many times you speak about the problem you’re facing.
  2. Go to God’s Word—the Bible—and find out what it says about the problem.
  3. Begin to replace your words about the situation with God’s Word on the matter.

Each time you begin to speak about the problem, remind yourself to speak to it, telling it to change and conform to what the Word says!