Exodus 23:25
And ye shall serve the LORD your God, and he shall bless thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee.

I think oftentimes we tend to forget such promises from God, and instead, we let fear and anxiety creep into our minds. All too often we tend to listen to the words of men, instead of listening to, and relying on God.

I want you to always remember, no matter what is going on in our life or world, God is more than capable of fixing the situation. Not only can God bless our bread and water by providing more, but He can cleanse our sickness and prevent us from becoming ill in the first place.

I want to remind you of The Ten Plagues Of Egypt.

These were the plagues that God brought against the land of Egypt. God unleashed these plagues on the land to show the people He is God of the earth. It worked, after the tenth plague which is tied directly to Passover,  Pharaoh let the Hebrews go where God through Moses led them to the promised land.

What I want you to remember and understand, is God protected the Hebrews. Not one of those Ten Plagues harmed them.


They ‘served the LORD your God’.

Due to that, God fulfilled His end of the bargain which was to provide them with the things they need to sustain themselves, and also to keep them healthy.

That was thousands of years ago, and here we are today, yet that same promise applies to you and your family…

If “ye shall serve the LORD your God“. Then He will provide the bread and water, then He will remove sickness from you. On another level, this even applies to our nation, but it only applies if we, as a nation serve our Heavenly Father. Without fulfilling that part of the equation, God has no obligation to fulfill the second part of the verse.

Remember that, remember God’s promises to you, so you can claim them. So you and your family can be happy and healthy when the world around you is falling apart.

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
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