Dear Friend, 

In the secular arena, being redeemed means to be free from captivity by payment of ransom, to extricate from or help to overcome something detrimental, or to be released from blame or debt. For the Christian, to redeem someone means to save them by freeing them from sin and evil.

What about the curse of poverty? The natural, even moderate, and temporary cases of poverty lead to all manner of problems, from stress and sleeplessness to ulcers and constant headaches; the poor are often denied their rights to dignity, housing, a clean environment, safe water and food, education, healthcare, labor, and freedom of movement.

According to Galatians 3:13-14, poverty is a curse, the result of Adam's failure to obey God's word. Because Christ has redeemed us, we are no longer under the curse of the law. But God doesn’t control whether we live in poverty, we control it. It was not the decreed will of God for His people to be poor. However, God will let you be poor if you let you be poor. Many Christians accept poverty because they believe that's just the way they should live.

Scripture clearly states that Jesus and the disciples were not poor. Jesus had more than enough to give to the poor and take care of the disciples during his three years of ministry. As believers, we need to follow the example of our Lord and not allow the cares of this world to dictate to us the way a believer should live. You need to understand your authority in the Name of Jesus.

"Therefore, God also has highly exalted Him and given Him the name which is above every name." Philippians 2:9
Our Heavenly Father has made marvelous privileges and resources available to every believer. He provides for, sustains and protects His people. God's provision encompasses the entire spectrum of the believer's life. Yet, during these complex times, many Christians are experiencing stress, worry, depression and lack of peace, even though God's word says:

"Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?"  Romans 8:35

As Christians, we need to remember that the world’s system is not meant for a child of God. Our Heavenly Father provides prosperity and meets the needs of His children through a principle that makes no sense to the world. This is the principle of sowing and reaping. While it goes against human reasoning, it is promised in the word of God and proven over and over by the experience.

Second Corinthians 9:8 says, "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work.” Deuteronomy 8:18 says, “And you shall remember the LORD your God, for it is He who gives you the power to get wealth, that He may establish His covenant which He swore to your fathers, as it is this day." 

When you send your love gift today, I will send you the first lesson from my dad's teaching, Redeemed From Poverty. This message will help you understand that you do not have to be poor to be a disciple of Christ.

Today I challenge you to be consistent and faithful in your giving. It may seem impossible for you to obey God in your giving, but if you do not plant your seeds in faith, you will never reap the harvest. Our Heavenly Father keeps His promises and He will work in your life in response to your obedience.

In the Service of the King,
Pastor Fred Price, Jr.

PS: The primary purpose for our giving is to express our thanksgiving and gratitude to Our Heavenly Father in obedience to His Word. We appreciate so much the investment you have made in His work through your love gifts to this ministry and we look forward to hearing from you. May you enjoy God’s blessings in every part of your life.
Redeemed from Poverty
Apostle Frederick K.C. Price
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