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The Anointing Exchange

Updated: Jul 22

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When talking about physics, you understand that laws govern how things work. But what about "The Anointing Exchange?"




If you cooperate with the laws, they work for your benefit. If you ignore them, they won't. The Anointing Exchange works this way.


For example, laws that govern the flow of electricity.


When obeyed, they turn electricity into a real blessing. It makes it possible for you to use it to make your toast in the morning or to light up your house and to do so safely and predictably.


You don't have to wonder each time you flip the light switch or fire up the toaster. You know, because natural laws govern electricity and those they always work.


The same is true in the realm of the spirit.


It doesn't operate just willy-nilly, so you'll never know what's happening. The spiritual realm is governed by definite and identifiable laws that are just as predictable as natural laws.


Romans 3:27 cites "the law of faith."


It's the fundamental law of God's Kingdom. The first spiritual law I ever learned, The Lord began teaching me about it back in 2000, and it has revolutionized my life.


Another thing the Lord introduced me to around the same time has proven revolutionary. I began learning about it in the very beginning days of this ministry, and to a great extent, the success I've experienced in life and this ministry is due to the insight The Lord has given me.


What is this powerful law? I call it the Anointing Exchange.


Found all through the Bible, not surprisingly, the first place it appears is in Genesis, the book of Beginnings. There in chapter 12, where God made a covenant with Abraham. He said:


"Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will show thee; and I will make of thee a great nation, and thou shalt be a blessing: and I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed" (verses 1-2).


Note in the above verses God did more than BLESS Abraham.

He commissioned him to be a BLESSING to all the families of the earth. He called him into THE BLESSING ministry and told him to take it worldwide. To fulfill that calling, Abraham would need some people to come alongside and help him.

So God said, "Those that help you BLESS, the same BLESSING that's on you will come on them."

In other words, rather than having to individually BLESS each person: God established the law of exchange. He set it up so that THE BLESSING of Abraham would automatically overflow onto anyone who partnered with him.

That's what happened to Abraham's nephew Lot.

He stayed close to Abraham, so even though he wasn't necessarily all that sharp spiritually, he prospered wildly. Abraham's BLESSING came on him, and his estate grew so big that he and his uncle had to part ways because they were too much for one country to handle.


"Yeah, but that happened in the Old Testament."

I know. But we see the same pr