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Abundant food

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“Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us” (Ephesians 3:20). 

Do you know God has abundance for your life? Yes, He does, but there’s some work that comes with it though. It’s about doing more in order to get more. It’s about sowing and reaping. There is a simple rule of life. You want to know what it is? The people who do more, get more. Have you ever noticed that? Think about it. Usually when people do extra, the outcome for success increases dramatically, because sooner or later they're going to strike something -- they're going to hit something. For instance, the person who studies more, usually has better grades, right? And the person who eats  clean, is usually healthier, correct? And the person who is nicer and more respectful, usually gets more help from people, am I right about it?

Consequently, the person who practices their craft, is usually better positioned to seize opportunities. I can go on and on, but you get my point, right? It's just pretty conclusive that whomever does more, does extra, gets more. It's a direct correlation; cause and affect. And it's about getting abundant food. It's about getting what God has for us. That's right, because He has much. If we're willing to go for it, God says ok, I'll lay it out for you. We have to continue to walk in faith and get all He has for us, but it's not going to come to us if we do nothing, because nothing from nothing -- help me out somebody -- leads to nothing. Right? You heard the song, nothing from nothing leads to nothing, you gotta have something if you wanna be with me. Anyway, you get my point, right? Alright, so even if we don't hit the bullseye, we're going to get close enough to it, because we gave it all we had. Would you agree? Proverbs 12:11 says, "those who work their land will have abundant food, but those who chase fantasies have no sense." That verse is pretty cut and dry, right? If we want to get more, we have to do more, because it's about getting all God has for us and He has abundant food for us. 
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