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Instead of your shame you shall have double honor, And instead of confusion they shall rejoice in their portion. Therefore in their land they shall possess double; Everlasting joy shall be theirs. Isaiah 61:7

Because they did not heed the promises that would be fulfilled in the lives of those who obeyed the Law of Moses, since the commandments would make them wise and powerful, the Israelites lived below the line of spiritual success and went through moments of great trials. The promise to them, which is also valid for us, was: If you are willing and obedient, You shall eat the good of the land (Isaiah 1:19). If they had obeyed the Mosaic Covenant, they would have been rewarded.

We have acted like the Hebrews in regard to God’s assurance to the children of Jacob. Since the fall in Eden, going through all generations, the Lord enriched them with His faithful and good promises. Everything recorded in the Holy Book belongs to those who believe in Jesus. But just like them, we do not take the Scriptures into account and that is why we live badly. The secret is to go back to serving the Most High.

Due to Adam’s sin, the double shame weighed upon man. However, Jesus removed this reproach from humanity when He surrendered Himself for us. Therefore, nobody else has to live under the yoke of darkness. As you take your place in Christ, rejoice over your share in His work. Today, we are in possession of the real Land of the Promise, where we find all the things we need. Everything belongs to us, we belong to Christ, and He belongs to God.

Now, in our land, we must take possession of everything that concerns the salvation purchased by Christ with His precious blood (Romans 5: 21-21). We must command that our needs be supplied in the Name of the Son of God. In fact, we will receive twofold what was taken away from us by the wicked one. Just like it happened to Job, when the Lord restored his lot, the same will happen to us (Job 42:10). After all, we were freed from the effects of Adam’s fall.

Sadness – frustration – comes to an end for the saved, for the share they have received is double what they previously had. And the best: it comes with eternal joy. However, if we fail to believe in the redemptive work of the Lord, failing to claim it, we will continue under the oppressions of the enemy. The prophecy of Isaiah was fulfilled in Jesus. We must command that we be given beauty for ashes, garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness (Isaiah 61:3).

The Israelites were humiliated and suffered the most various hellish attacks when they turned away from God. This happens to us as well, but the moment we return to the Most High, we can determine that we wear garment of praise instead of humiliation. After all, once rescued from our vain way of life, we become the joy of the Lord. He did everything to set us free.

We are saved and back to the Father’s house. Thus, there is no more condemnation to us (Romans 8:1). So, no matter how much the devil wants us under his clutches, we must assume our place in Christ, because we are God´s righteousness in Jesus (2 Corinthians 5:21). Therefore, enjoy all that the Savior bought with His precious blood. Halleluiah!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Father! In the death and resurrection of Jesus, that which was necessary to deliver us from the enemy was carried out. Now, we can live free from all evil oppression, and because of that we must celebrate.

The double shame and dishonor came to an end. We can do what we could not do before, for in the sacrifice of Christ were recreated to carry out the most important work of all time: Your work. The devil can no longer hold us in his clutches. 

We must rejoice because we are in our land and for our share in the victory of Christ. Now we have double. Nothing will stop us from wanting and listening in order to eat the very best. Our joy is eternal!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
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