​Psalms 23: No deterioration

​Psalms 23: No deterioration

Psalms 23:1 “The LORD [is] my shepherd; I shall not want.”

Psalms 23:1 “GOD, my shepherd! I don’t need a thing.” (MSG)

I want us to consider carefully the phrase, “I shall not want”. 

The Hebrew word for “want” is châsêr, meaning to diminish, decrease, lower the standard or reduce the quality.

Beloved, here is another important characteristics of our shepherd: You cannot have Him and your life reduces or goes down. With our great shepherd, there is no retrogression.

If you have him as your shepherd you cannot experience deterioration or decline to a previous negative state. The quality of your life cannot go down neither can anything diminish in your life and destiny.

Friend, the quality of your ministry, life, health, finances, marriage and everything else goes up with this particular shepherd. 

Nothing diminishes in His hands. That is why even when you give Him your seed it multiplies. The seed you sow doesn’t reduce you or your bank account because with Jesus you cannot lose!

Listen to this:

Genesis 1:28 “And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth…”

The first instruction our shepherd gave to us at creation was to increase, multiply and improve quality. I call it the first commandment to man. 

If you are born again and you are witnessing retrogression, something is wrong with your theology and you need a brainwash. Don’t you ever allow the devil reduce your life and lower your quality. 

I love this scripture:

John 10:10 “A thief is only there to steal and kill and destroy. I came so they can have real and eternal life, more and better life than they ever dreamed of.” (MSG)

The  devil is the thief that subtracts and reduces, God multiplies and improves the quality of our lives. 

There is no retrogression with our God, your life cannot go down with Him. 

Friend, with this Shepherd, you cannot want!

Love you BiG

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