Imagine this scenario.
Your rich great uncle dies. He allocated $100,000 to you in his will. The will goes through probate and the money is set aside for you.
The only problem is, when he wrote his will, you were a freshman in collage and since then you have moved ten times. The attorney has your money and is willing to release it, but has no idea where you are since you are one of those people who despise all flavors of social media and have never gotten in trouble, therefore you are not easily found through the usual web search.
And you are so far out of touch with that side of the family you don’t even know that he died, much less that he had enough money to leave an inheritance, much less that he remembers you at all when you only met him once. No reason in the world you should send him a change of address note every time you move.
The kicker is, you could really use the $100K right now, but you don’t know it exists or that it has your name on it.
This is a picture of generational blessings. They are not the result of your work. You very likely do not even know the saints in your family line who accrued them. They are yours in a legal sense, but they are not yours in a practical sense until you file a request in the Court of Heaven for them to be released to you.
There can be generational blessings from your blood line, your marriage lines and any adoptive lines in your family tree.
Some generational blessings are time sensitive, only to be released in a particular window of time. Others are available for the asking.
If this is a new topic for you, you can read our E-book, “Relentless Generational Blessings” which is available for Nook, Kindle or iPad.
For now, let us once again step into our priestly office and ask Father to adjudicate on behalf of those Givers in our midst who do not know they have blessings in a heavenly trust fund.
Copyright November 2015 by Arthur Burk
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