It's your time to break free 2
Step 1: Stop Doing the same thing expecting different results
If is a big word in the Bible. It speaks directly to our responsibility when it comes to receiving from God. Quite often, God will say, “If you do this, I will do that.” And it started at the very beginning of your relationship with the Lord. Romans 10:9 says, “If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved” (NKJV).
The promise is salvation; the “if”—or the condition—is that you first confess and believe. If you’re believing for something today—finances, healing, deliverance, restoration of a relationship, there is a promise for you in the Bible—and one way or another it is attached to an “if.”
Yet so many Christians stand on the promises of God, believing to receive, but don’t fulfill the prerequisites. They like the idea of cashing in on all of God’s promises, but they’re less keen on mapping out the road to get there. Then, they’re left wondering why it hasn’t come to pass.
Begin to ask God: "God prepare me to receive the blessings you have in store for me" So often we pray to God for the thing we want, but we are not prepared to receive it.
Step 2:Take your Love to the Next Level