FORGIVENESS AND REPENTANCE LEAD TO FINANCIAL BREAKTHROUGH!
There has to be a deep searching out in the heart for forgiveness and repentance in order to walk in the favour of the Lord: a thoroughly cleansing of the heart, being washed with the love of Christ – that brings it back to the place within, in which Christ intended to be.
Unanswered prayers are hidden in this mystery of Christ. They are hidden because many don’t allow time in Christ to work its way through it. Forgiveness and repentance lead to financial breakthrough but also the blessings and favour from the Lord that He truly wants His people to experience and live in.
Do you have:
Unanswered prayers in your financial situation?
Unanswered prayers in your relationships?
Unanswered prayers in your family life?
Unanswered prayers for things that money can’t buy: a child, a spouse or a job?
When Elena Radef was 22, she had an encounter with the Lord where she saw Jesus and ever since that day she has pursued His love. This was the first step of her becoming aware of her calling into the ministry. There were some detours before she fully recognized her calling. Her passion is: for people to walk in their calling and freedom of the Lord and to live to see the heart of Christ displayed in people’s lives. Read more about Elena here >>
For the past three decades Elena Radef has worked as a psychologist/therapist, training instructor, with leadership training and attended Bible school.
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“I have called him just like you, I could have chosen him.”
When you really understand the process of forgiveness, you will want to practise it over and over again, and you won’t be able to get enough of it!
The Lord revealed it to me in a way that I have never before heard. I’m very excited about sharing this. It did something radical inside of me that I can’t describe. Most of all; it set me free!
And I got closer to the revelation of the Lord Jesus’ love! This is the key I want to share with you in this book.
When the Lord revealed it to me, I wrote for hours.
I was absorbed in it, I was lost in it and I was engulfed by a million revelations about it – because it is a main key. It’s a cornerstone in the way Jesus ministered, and He is showing us how we should minister each other.
It changed my life, and it set me free in a way I can never even comprehend or describe. It set me free in a way that lifted my soul deeper into His Spirit so that my soul and my spirit emerged more into His.
I actually thought that I had forgiven certain people in my life, but I hadn’t! And I discovered that many Christians live like this; they are not angry with people, they don’t go around vilifying others, but there is a numbness within the heart that is difficult to express.
We start thinking “maybe there is something wrong with me”, and all of these things arise, until we reach a point inside of us, and we realize; I haven’t really forgiven that person, but what do I do?
And slowly we shut down our heart and the numbness sets in. All due to our NOT knowing that we cannot forgive. It is only through Jesus that forgiveness is possible.
Until we can forgive, we must wait, and the reason for this waiting period is that we have to be ready for the love of Jesus to be released inside of us, to be poured out.
When we are ready to forgive, He, God, will come and make it possible in us. It is never an option though, to not seek His face even more while we are waiting for him to come. But it is He, Jesus, doing it in us; His love that is poured through us enabling us to forgive.
Our carnal nature is incapable of loving the unloving.
We have to do it the way Jesus showed us, by being an example. We need to take up His yoke and put down our own yoke.
When people struggle with unforgiveness, they carry the yoke of unforgiveness according to the way the world tries to defeat it. But when we take up the yoke of unforgiveness through Jesus, then it is no longer us doing it, but we enter into partnership with Jesus and let Him do – the hard part through us. And we become the vessel for Him we were created for – that’s our job.
”Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle (meek) and humble (lowly) in heart, and you will find rest (relief and ease and refreshment and recreation and blessed quiet) for your souls. For My yoke is wholesome (useful, good-not harsh, sharp, or pressing but comfortable, gracious, and pleasant), and My burden is light and easy to be borne.”
Matthew 11:29-30 (AMPC)
The Hebrew word for yoke means: unite two elements to work as one unit – what unites two people to move/work together. So, either we unite with the world, or we unite with Jesus.
He makes the most difficult part easy for us. He has already done it – now we have to go to Him and ask Him for help in order to let forgiveness become love that is poured out through us. We are nothing but a vessel. In this process with Jesus it becomes so vividly clear to us. Let Him come in and love people through us.