You have a covenant right to increase and favor. However, you must have knowledge of your covenant right to increase and favor before you'll

press in on it. God has empowered you with the ability to get wealth
and He cannot alter His covenant. Receive this truth by faith, and
declare your increase and favor starting today!

  1. You have a covenant right to increase and favor.
    1. God has promised to increase you; however, without knowledge of your covenant, you won't press in on what you have a right to (Ephesians
      2:11, 12).
    2. Increase is the standard for covenant people (Psalm 115:9-15).
      1. Increase is part of the blessing.
      2. Abraham and Lot were blessed with increase (Genesis 13:1, 2, 5, 6).
    3. God has blessed you and wants you to increase so you can be a blessing to someone else (Genesis 12:1-3).
      1. To be a blessing means to become a funnel God can use to prevent misfortune in someone else's life.
    4. Increased favor is a covenant privilege.
      1. Favor is a state of being looked upon with goodness and kindness.
      2. Favor will work when you don't have money.
        1. Abraham was treated with favor in Egypt (Genesis 12:9-20).
        2. Because Joseph had favor, he increased in the time of famine (Genesis 26:1-5). iii. Covenant people have increased favor; they will not be affected by
          famine (Genesis 26:12-14).
    5. Small beginnings position you for great increase (Job 8:7, AMP).
      1. Before increase, you must pass the test of faithfulness.
      2. Don't ask God for more when you haven't been faithful with what you already have.

  2. God gives you the power, ability, and anointing to get wealth to establish the covenant He made with your forefathers (Deuteronomy 8:18).
    1. God swore to your forefathers that He would increase you (Hebrews 6:13, 14).
      1. God will not alter His covenant (Psalm 89:34); He's ever mindful of His covenant (Psalm 111:5).
    2. When covenant people are not experiencing increase, the problem is not with God.
      1. Are you doing something to hinder the power of God from flowing in your life?
      2. Not walking in love, disobedience to God and His Word, will hinder the flow of God's power in your life.

Scripture References:

  • Ephesians 2:11, 12
  • Psalm 115:9-15
  • Genesis 13:1, 2, 5, 6
  • Genesis 12:1-3
  • Genesis 12:9-20
  • Genesis 26:1-5
  • Genesis 26:12-14
  • Job 8:7, The Amplified Bible
  • Deuteronomy 8:18
  • Hebrews 6:13, 14
  • Psalm 89:34
  • Psalm 111:5