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Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

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Biblical declarations over finances


Prosperity Declarations



Prosperity Declarations

These quotes/paraphrases from God's Word basically follow the first nine covenants in order (those relating to the dominion, Sabbath, marriage, Noah, Abraham, circumcision, Old, i.e. covenant with Israel or believers, David's covenant of defense, and the superior New Covenant that seals all the covenants in Jesus' blood). Space limitations have led us to cite only selected verses.

When we understand our identity in Jesus, we realize that He has blotted out all our sins and given us His righteousness (II Cor. 5:17,21). Jesus is abundantly wealthy, and He lives in us. We have confidence in this, our day and time of judgment, "because as He is, so are we in this world" (I John 4:17).

As Jesus is alive in us, wealth and all God's covenant promises of wealth are also alive in us. As we declare the following promises, our faith grows (Rom. 10:17). Our financial situation in the natural comes into line with what we declare as already possessing according to the God of the "now" -- whose Word is truth that makes us free financially (John 8:32; II Cor. 9:6-11). While some criticize the concept of Christians being wealthy, they will not be able to please God by having wealth to preach the gospel of the Kingdom in this end time (Mat. 24:14).

They distort God's Word by emphasizing the verses that warn us against putting riches above God, thus denying the numerous covenant promises of prosperity, a word which is vast in its meaning but that in no way excludes financial wealth. God is no respecter of persons, and the blessings He poured out upon His people in the Bible are ours for the claiming.

Unlike other benefits of Jesus' atonement, however, financial promises are based on adherence to laws of prosperity such as the law of sowing and reaping (Gen. 8:22; Gal. 6:7).  The New Covenant, while including all the previous eight covenants, excels them with "better promises" (Heb. 8:6) of abundant life (John 10:10), "precious and magnificent promises" from the God of excellence for "everything pertaining to life and godliness" (II Pet. 1:3-4).

While we have tried to include as many verses referring to prosperity as possible so that our spirits can be saturated with God's Word about finances, you can be selective by making those declarations that apply more specifically to your situation.


I seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, so Yahovah Yireh has supplied all my needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus (Phil. 4:19) and made me a partaker of the commonwealth of the believers.

I dwell under the shadow of El Shaddai, the Almighty God, the God of all provision. He is the richest Person in the universe, and He lives in me.

I am a giver like my Father, the Giver of every perfect gift. I bring all my tithes and offerings into God's storehouse, because His Kingdom is and always will be my first priority. He rebukes the thief and devourer Satan and opens for me the windows of heaven and pours out for me a blessing until it overflows (Mal. 3:8-10).

He causes money to come to me, like the supernatural shekel provided for tax purposes (Luke 17:27).

From miraculous sources only God can imagine, He pours into my lap a good measure -- pressed down, shaken together, and running over (Luke 6:38).

I keep the demands of God's covenants of love, so He is obligated to keep His covenant promises with me (Ps. 25:13-14).

I keep the Sabbath covenant, riding on the heights of the earth (Isa. 58:14). Because I keep my feet off God's Sabbath, the world is under my feet.

I am the head, not the tail, above, not underneath (Deut. 28).

I lend rather than borrow because I am a God on this earth under the direction of the Supreme God (John 10:34).

The last Adam, Jesus, lives in me, so I am fruitful and multiply in my finances, since I am one with the God of increase.

I am part of the Bride of Jesus, so all He has is mine and my Father Love who gave me Jesus freely gives me all things (Rom. 8:17,32).

Because I consent to obey the Bridegroom, He gives me power to make wealth (Deut. 8:18).

Because I am under the covenant of Noah, my family and I are protected from the rains that beat down in times of financial troubles, sheltered in the ark of protection and prosperity. I am blessed with the gentle former and latter rains that bring blessing to all I touch.

God multiplies my seed for sowing and increases my harvest of righteousness. Since I sow financial seed generously and cheerfully, God makes all grace abound to me, so that I always have sufficiency in everything.

God enriches me for all liberality so that I have more than enough to be a blessing to others for every good financial deed (II Cor. 9).

I scatter my seed abroad, giving to the poor.

As a descendant of the father of the faithful, Abraham, I am empowered and blessed to be a blessing, chosen by God, picked to prosper.

Because I stand in awe of Jesus, the Glory of Israel, I have no want or lack.

Because I seek God, I shall not be in want of any good thing.

My seed brings forth a hundred-fold blessing in times of famine and hardship. I will not be ashamed in the time of evil, and in the days of famine I will have abundance (Ps. 37:19; Gen. 26:12).

When terrorist attacks or drought render water scarce or undrinkable, my water will be safe to drink because I shut my ears and eyes from evil (Isa. 33:15-16).

I dwell in the supernatural Kingdom realm of love, faith, and miracles, so in times of sorrow and tribulation, I thrive (Dan. 11:32).

I roll away the shame of my old financial ways (Josh. 5:9) based on facts and accept God's way, based on truth. I walk in the newness of the spirit, not in the fleshly ways of doubt and fear (I John 4:18).

I am part of the covenant of the believers, so God's abundant blessings overtake me.

I am blessed in the city and the country.

My children and the produce of my lands and animals are blessed, as are my breadbasket and kneading bowl. I am blessed going in and coming out. All I put my hand to is blessed. All who bless me are blessed and all see that I am called by the name of Jesus and they stand in awe of me (Deut. 28:2-13; Jer. 33:9; Mal. 3:12).

I abound in prosperity, in "billionaire/ trillionaire" status, because I put no limits on the God of the impossible (Mat. 19:26).

I dwell in the covenant of defense of David.

Jesus is My Shepherd and Provider. I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He prepares a table of provision before me in the presence of my enemies.

Jesus releases the wealth of the wicked into my hands for the preaching of the gospel of the Kingdom in the world (Prov. 13:22).

My cup overflows. I drink my fill of the abundance of God's house (Ps. 36:8), for He delights in the prosperity of my soul and my finances (Ps. 35:27; III John 2).

I open my mouth wide to God's blessings (Ps. 81:10), and He satisfies my desire with good things (Ps. 103:5).

On crucifixion day Jesus became poor so that I would be rich (II Cor. 8:9).

Whenever I fall financially, Jesus (Yashua Gaal) redeems.

I claim back sevenfold wherever I have allowed Satan to steal from me (Prov. 6:31).

God's blessing makes me rich and He richly supplies me with all things to enjoy (I Tim. 6:17).

He teaches me to profit (Isa. 48:17-18), to prosper and to have success because I meditate on His Word day and night (Josh. 1:6-9).

Because I love all God's commandments, His love casts out fear of lack or fear of any bad financial news (Ps. 112), since wealth and all precious and pleasant riches fill my treasuries and storehouses (Prov. 3:10; 8:21; 24:4).

Lacking no good thing, I dwell in prosperity, surrounded with financial favor as with a shield.

When certain commodities are scarce, my clothes do not wear out (Neh. 9:21) and my food supply does not run out (I Kings 17:14; Deut. 2:7; 8:9) for God says I will "eat food without scarcity" and "not lack anything" (Deut. 8:9).

Jesus has redeemed me from being a slave to rich creditors riding over my head and has brought me out into a wealthy place of great abundance (Ps. 66:12; 67:6), making me sit with nobles and inherit a seat of honor (I Sam. 2:8; Prov. 22:4).

God's blessing has made me rich, and He adds no sorrow to it (Prov. 10:22).

My Comforter, the Holy Spirit, makes me comfortable in every way, even monetarily.

From my place with Jesus in the heavenlies, I laugh with my Father Love at Satan's attack against the finances of God's anointed one as I delight in abundant prosperity (Ps. 37:11-13; Ps. 2:1-4; Ps. 126).

The wisdom of Jesus has brought me enduring riches and honor (Prov. 8:18).

Because I am willing and obedient, I eat the very best of the land (Isa. 1:19), quality food and possessions worthy of one who shares in the majesty and excellencies of our extravagant and wealthy Father (Ps. 68:34; Ex. 15:7; Ps. 50:10-12; Isa. 25:6; I Pet. 2:9).

Jesus has cancelled all my debts on the cross, making a public show of the demons who try to attack my finances (Col. 2:14-15).

I succeed in all I do and wherever I turn (I Kings 2:3).

I praise Jesus in song and dance for my release from sin and debt and from the harassment of creditors (Ps. 31; Ps. 43).

He is my Yashua Nissi and my Shalom (peace and wholeness).

Jesus has removed all hindrances1 from receiving all the hidden wealth of the wicked (Isa. 45:3). It flows into my righteous hands (Luke 6:38).

As a priest of God, my soul is filled with abundance (Jer. 31:14).

Jesus has redeemed the years the locusts have devoured. I have plenty to eat and am satisfied, praising God who has dealt wondrously with me (Joel 2:21-27).

When attacked with thoughts of lack, I speak out God's Word in confidence, choosing not to be satisfied with just getting by.

I expect maximum blessings from the God of "too much" and overflow.

I call forth money into my hands for Kingdom purposes and give thanks for receiving it (James 5:4).

While I choose to live within my means, I choose never to let the words "I can't afford that" come out of my mouth. I have all that I ask of God (I John 3:22; Luke 11:9-13), so I choose never to think and act like a beggar.

As David said, "…I have not seen the righteous forsaken Or his descendants begging bread. All day long he is gracious and lends…" (Ps. 37:25).

I put a guard over my mouth so that my words line up with the Word of truth and abundance.

I am alive in Jesus. I have wealth now because I have Jesus.
All of these covenant promises are "yes and amen." I claim them in the body of Jesus and I seal them in His blood of the New Covenant.

[1] Declarations of freedom from hindrances: I know Jesus and thirst after Him, accepting His definition of right and wrong. I seek righteousness with a true heart, letting salvation bear fruit in me. I do not quarrel with God on how He does things. I ask Him what to do and submit to the correction of His Word. I allow Jesus to make my way smooth. I leave vengeance to God. Jesus is God of my life; I do not plan and do things in my own strength. I resist pride and arrogance. I acknowledge and thank God in all provision and blessing, thanking Him for the wealth of the wicked. By God's grace I am trustworthy in all things. I do not gather treasure without God's okay. I plant and water my financial seed, expecting to receive a harvest. I honor my word. I stimulate my mind and heart by the words of God and faith. I do not run to Satan for money, whether in the lottery or in schemes that are not of God. I seek God's Kingdom first. I reject any monies that God did not give me as a blessing.

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