Blessing

the blessing of the Lord…




THE BLESSING OF THE LORD was the crown on Adam’s head (the first Man on earth) before he declared independence from God, however, Jesus, (the second and last Adam) restored THE BLESSING on mankind.

THE BLESSING OF THE LORD was the first words Man ever heard from God after he was created and the last words he heard from Him as He physically departed the earth and returned to Heaven.

THE BLESSING OF THE LORD is the distinguishing or peculiar; unmatchable; meritorious crown that heralds Man as a pacesetter, trendsetter and marvel or wonder; phenomenon in the field of his calling.

THE BLESSING OF THE LORD is the endowment and enduement on Man to excel to the highest level in the likeness of God, his creator – God.





the blessing of the Lord conferred to man...




THE BLESSING OF THE LORD was the first thing God conferred or bestowed; granted; gave Man, “And God BLESSED them” thereby endowing Mankind with the ability to be:




a: Fruitful



To be effectively productive, to be beneficial and to continuously abound or thrive; flourish; prosper; succeed; blossom; wax great.

To have the legal or lawful; legitimate; constitutional right to create just like his Father in heaven by means of work.

To produce results and be profitable, to cause or assist in prolific growth, to be wholesome and of service; to be a slave to your gift and not to Man and the systems of this world (Babylon).



b: Multiply



To grow in quantity and degree in many or multiple; numerous; multitudinous ways.

To expand or spread out; stretch out; to broaden and make bigger, to widen the influence and capacity.

To combine or merge; unite; marry; integrate; amalgamate for the purpose of growth, expansion and domination.


c: Subdue



To bring under desired or intended; expressed; required; appropriate control.

To expand or spread out; stretch out; to broaden and make bigger, to widen the influence and capacity.


d: Dominion



To rule or oversee; guide; direct; commandeer.

To take possession or ownership; custody; occupancy; tenure.

To master or become an expert, a torchbearer, a pacesetter, a trailblazer.

To have the authority or exact obedience, to determine the course, to enforce laws, to have the power to appoint, to administer justice.


e: Replenish



To lavishly restore and sufficiently renew and refurnish whatever is required.

To nourish or to foster; maintain; cultivate and promote development and to sustain, cherish and keep alive.

To inspire or affect, guide and stimulate potential by divine influence; to be the cause or source of, to fill with an exalting influence, to cheerlead, encourage, motivate, excite, persuade, enliven and enkindle.



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SCRIPTURE REFERENCES:

Genesis 1:28   Genesis 12:1-3 Matthew 26:7

Matthew 14:19-20