but whose delight is in the law of the LORD,
and who meditates on his law day and night.
That person is like a tree planted by streams of water,
which yields its fruit in season
and whose leaf does not wither—
whatever they do prospers.
An endless supply of what we need is a great goal to work towards. However, we live in a world of scarce resources and unlimited needs. That means unless something else changes, there will never be an endless supply of anything. Yet the Bible promises an endless supply. Do these for an endless supply!
There is a person who according to the first Psalm is blessed, Psalm 1:1. This person does not walk with the wicked. This blessed person does not stand in the way of sinners. This blessed person does not sit in the company of mockers. This first verse of Psalms has got walk, stand and sit as things people should choose who to do with. Walk suggests a common destiny. With who do you have a common destiny? Stand has to do with support. Who do you support? Sit has to do with comfort. Who are you comfortable with? The blessed person has made good choices on who to walk with, stand with and sit with.
The second verse of the first psalm and which we have cited above tells us that the blessed person delights in the law of the LORD. We are further told that the blessed person meditates on the law of God day and night. To do the will of God and to do it delightfully are two completely different things. God who wants a cheerful giver also wants a cheerful worshiper. A cheerful believer. Delighted to do what the Bible says. Not struggling and suffering to do the will of God. It should concern us when worshippers are reluctant to express delight. Believers who are never delighted. God wants a delighted people.
Further on, a person who meditates on God’s word continuously and not seasonally. Many of us wait for camp meetings, Bible study, crusades, etc., that is when we want to actively meditate. That is wrong, meditation is continuous and endless. You will never know too much or enough to ever warrant you to stop meditating. Meditation has to do with the relaxed and deep digestion of information. It is not rushed nor painful. A blessed person is not only delighted but also engaged in meditation of God’s word.
The third and last verse of our consideration today, tells us that the blessed person is like a tree planted next to a stream of water. The fruits of that tree are ever timely in season. The leaf of that tree doe snot wither. Then he adds at the end that, whatever they do, prospers. Because of the endless supply of water, the tree thrives. Because of the endless grace of God, the blessed person prospers in all that they do.
For an endless supply of prosperity, do these things we have mentioned above. Choose who to walk with, stand with, and sit with. For an endless supply relate with God in a delightful way. For an endless supply of prosperity have an endless meditation on God’s word. Do these for an endless supply!
What endless supply are you praying for in your studies, in your marriage, in your work, in your business? God is willing and ready to supply it endlessly if you will accept His offer and live by these dictates of God’s word. Do these for an endless supply!
Dear God, grant us Your endless grace to do these things that your word has dictated to us, and may we get an endless supply of prosperity wholistically, in Jesus’ name, Amen!
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