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Debt Cancellation by LMJ

Dear Friend,

The dictionary defines cancellation as the action of cancelling, something that has been arranged or planned, a crossing out of something written, the annulling of a legal document.

Faith communities have discussed over the last few years, super natural debt cancellation. It has been stated that there is absolutely nowhere that God promises to pay off your debt. I will agree, there is nothing in scripture that says, "God will pay off your debt!", However there are scriptures that indicate that He is "I Am!"

I believe in super natural debt cancellation. I have experienced in my own life. My husband was in the hospital for 28 days, in extensive care. When we got the medical bill, it was around $96,000 that was after the insurance and we hadn't made our deductible for the year. I am not sure what happened next, but I know that he and I had made a decision to not be consumed by financial things. We prayed over the bill and said, "Lord you take care of this too!" Weeks later we saw the bill had been reduced to $15,000 after insurance paid, we didn't have $15,000 but we didn't worry, a few weeks later we saw "charity" was applied and we owed $956. We never applied for "charity" we just asked God to handle it.

Colossians 2:14, states "having canceled out the certificate of debt consisting of decrees against us, which was hostile to us; and He has taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the cross. I stand on it!

And what about the coin that appeared in the mouth of the fish. Do we not serve the same Jesus? I believe we limit God because we don't understand Kingdom things or supernatural blessings. The Kingdom of God challenges religion and forces us to live by faith. We are not always expectant, therefore we miss the opportunity to experience the "miracle" in the mouth (see Matthew 17:27).

I don't know about you but I expect God and know that God can even make my mistakes prosper, that He can do whatever He likes, and I have made a decision not to limited Him.



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