Evening 8-8-23 T&M True Riches


    Lk 16:11 "If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the True Riches?"

    There are basically Two Kinds of Grace in the Kingdom of Yahvah: Common Grace and Uncommon Grace. Common Grace refers to those things that the Savkiour Yahvahosha the Messiah paid for on the Stake of Calvary through His Death and Resurrection. (2Pet. 1:3). They are Free Gifts usually made available by Grace. For instance, the Scriptures clearly state that "We are saved by Grace... not of works lest any man should boast"(Eph. 2:8-9). Common Grace can be activated by our Faith which we release on the Finished Works of JYahvahosha the Messiah. Examples of common grace include Salvation, Healing, Deliverance etc.

    Uncommon Grace, on the other hand, is not among the Aforementioned Free Gifts. They actually require us paying the price for it to be to accessed by us. When the saviour Yahvahosha was crowned in Heaven after He paid the Ultimate Price for the Redemption of mankind, the Twenty-Four Elders and the Angels worshipped Him: “Worthy is the Lamb Who was slain to receive Power and Riches and Wisdom and Strength and Honour and Glory and Blessing"(Rev. 5:12). You see, Yahvahosha merited it because He paid the Price for it. Another instance of a man that had Uncommon Grace was Solomon. After he offered a thousand burnt sacrifices on the Altar, Yahvah appeared to him and endowed him with Wisdom and Wealth(2Kgs. 3). Examples of Uncommon Grace include Wisdom, Dominion, Glory, Honour, Riches, Strength etc. One of the Keys to True Riches is Faithfulness in Financial Stewardship (Lk. 16:11). The Primary Key to the Faithfulness of Yahvah is making and keeping Covenant with Him. Faithfulness in Financial Covenant can open a man up for Uncommon Grace.

    Jesus was addressing the Assembly of Laodicea in Revelation 3 verse 17-18: "Because thou sayest, “I am rich, increased in goods and have need of nothing and knowest not that thou art wretched and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked...”(vs 17). In the next verse, He recommended to them True Riches which money cannot buy: "I counsel thee to buy of Me Gold tried in the Fire, that thou mayest be rich, and White Raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear, and anoint thine eyes with Eye-Salve, that thou mayest see."(vs 18)