Purposely Blessing vs Purposeful Blessing

19th January 2021
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Now Boaz said to her at mealtime, “Come here, and eat of the bread, and dip your piece of bread in the vinegar.” So, she sat beside the reapers, and he passed parched grain to her; and she ate and was satisfied, and kept some back. And when she rose up to glean, Boaz commanded his young men, saying, “Let her glean even among the sheaves, and do not reproach her. Also let grain from the bundles fall purposely for her; leave it that she may glean, and do not rebuke her.
Ruth 2:14-16 NKJV

The above passage beautifully portrays the life of a foreigner who seeks favour above reward. Grace comes rushing into her life.
Breaking of bread signifies the broken body of our Lord Christ Jesus & Vinegar signifies the blood of Jesus shed on calvary’s cross which He gave in exchange for our sins, shame and pain. And on taking part of this Holy Communion, amazing events start unfolding in Ruth’s life as she moves from glory to much greater glory-
a) Ruth’s hunger is satiated and she gets to carry back food for her Mother-in-law
b) Ruth now gets access to prime grain from the reapers directly
Do you know the difference between the words ‘Purposely’ and ‘Purposefully’? ‘Purposefully’ is when you get something to just cover your needs, whereas ‘Purposely’ is when something is done deliberately. When our Lord Jesus does something ‘Purposely’, know that you are the recipient of much beyond your needsHis overflowing Grace.
My beloved, you may be going through challenging times. But our Lord Jesus can cause you to spiral upward to the highest level of honour, the only Way-maker who can catapult you from ‘left-overs’ to the ‘best of favours’. You may want to know how you can be eligible for this? Just confess ‘I am the Righteousness of God in Christ Jesus’ and see His love unfold in your life.

Praise Jesus!
Grace Revolution Gospel Church

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