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Greatest Treasure (Isaiah 33:6)

and he will be the stability of your times,
    abundance of salvation, wisdom, and knowledge;
    the fear of the Lord is Zion’s treasure.

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What could be the greatest wealth a man can ever receive? A million bucks from winning the lottery? A house built like a castle? Chains of properties? High position? Power? We may have it all yet the treasure considered to be the greatest of them is what people usually forgets. Do you know what is it? It is receiving Jesus as our Lord and Savior.

We may not have all the material wealth and power if we have Jesus, we are richer than them because He is our provider. He owns the Earth and everything that is in it and the good news is we are co-heirs! This makes Christians the wealthiest people!

Once we surrender our life to God, outpouring blessing in all of our lives will follow. Although life can be tough, He had promised us not to leave us nor forsake us. He gives us strength to overcome challenges, wisdom and knowledge to make good and right choices, hope to motivate us to keep moving so be still and trust in Him.

Now, have you realized how blessed are we to find and receive the true and greatest treasure? Life is hard, do not make it harder by carrying the burden alone. Run to God for He said, “Cast your burdens upon me, come to me all of you who are tired and I will give you rest.” If you haven’t find yet the greatest treasure, search for it with your heart and soul and once you’ve found Him, receive and never let go.

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