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Bread From Baalshalisha

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68 pages
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Jan 12, 2014
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9781311953469
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For the purposes of this book, Baalshalisha represents heaven or the presence of God. It also stands for any physical source – an individual, a family, business, ministry or nation – from which God supplies your needs. For every Gilgal – where there is famine – there is a corresponding Baalshalisha – where your supply comes from. For the purposes of this book, Baalshalisha represents heaven or the presence of God. It also stands for any physical source – an individual, a family, business, ministry or nation – from which God supplies your needs. For every Gilgal – where there is famine – there is a corresponding Baalshalisha – where your supply comes from.
The most fascinating thing about Baalshalisha was that fruits of the earth ripened faster in the land than in other parts of Palestine. Baalshalisha was blessed before other parts of Palestine were blessed. The land had what others did not have. God has given someone what you need and if you believe Him, He will direct him or her to bring it to you.

Publisher:
Released:
Jan 12, 2014
ISBN:
9781311953469
Format:
Book

About the author

Pastor Eastwood Anaba is the Founder and President of Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM), headquartered in Bolgatanga, Ghana. Eastwood Anaba Ministries is dedicated to repositioning God’s people through revival for the return of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Pastor Eastwood is a revivalist with an uncompromising message on the Holy Ghost, Righteousness, Discipline and Order in the Body Of Christ, with a powerful emphasis on the Love of God. He has authored 46 books including God’s End –Time Militia and The Love Revolution. He and his family live in Bolgatanga, where he serves as the Senior Pastor of Fountain Gate Chapel, a people –oriented and missions hearted ministry.


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  • It is sad to see university graduates who trained in disciplines like engi-neering and administration travel to the western world to clean toilets and work in restaurants.

  • It is heart-warming to know that even when famine seems to be prevalent everywhere there are places that have an abundance of resources.

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Bread From Baalshalisha - Eastwood Anaba

BREAD

FROM

BAALSHALISHA

The Reality of Divine Provision

by

EASTWOOD ANABA

BREAD FROM BAALSHALISHA

Copyright © 2014 EASTWOOD ANABA

Smashwords Edition

Cover design and printed publication by Design Solutions

www.eastwoodanaba.com/

For the purposes of this book, Baalshalisha represents heaven or the presence of God. It also stands for any physical source – an individual, a family, business, ministry or nation – from which God supplies your needs. For every Gilgal – where there is famine – there is a corresponding Baalshalisha – where your supply comes from. For the purposes of this book, Baalshalisha represents heaven or the presence of God. It also stands for any physical source – an individual, a family, business, ministry or nation – from which God supplies your needs. For every Gilgal – where there is famine – there is a corresponding Baalshalisha – where your supply comes from.

The most fascinating thing about Baalshalisha was that fruits of the earth ripened faster in the land than in other parts of Palestine. Baalshalisha was blessed before other parts of Palestine were blessed. The land had what others did not have. God has given someone what you need and if you believe Him, He will direct him or her to bring it to you.

INTRODUCTION

1. THE PLACE CALLED BAALSHALISHA

2. THE BREAD NEXT DOOR

3. THE MAN FACTOR

4. FAMINE DRAWS BREAD

5. A MIRACLE IS COMING

6. THE QUICK BREAD

7. THE FIRST BREAD

8. THE MULTIPLICATION OF BREAD

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Sceptics frown on believers depending on God to provide their needs. They say God does not rain down manna from heaven any more. We believers on the other hand, trust God for the supply of our needs and spend time in prayer asking God to bless us.

We exercise faith by believing God to release blessings to us as His children.

In the Lord Jesus’ model prayer, He taught His disciples to ask the heavenly Father to give them daily bread. If God did not supply our needs, Jesus Christ would not have taught us to pray to the Father asking Him for our daily bread.

God certainly still rains down manna from heaven by giving us our daily bread. The bread in question is not only spiritual but also physical. God uses various physical means to supply our needs but they are divine means nonetheless. For example, if you prayed for a meal and after a while God makes a friend give you some food, it is an answer to your prayer.

9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.

10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

11 Give us this day our daily bread.

Matthew 6:9-11

Jesus Christ assures those who believe in the Father that if God cares for the birds of the air, which don’t sow or reap, He certainly cares for human beings. Many people are anxious about what to eat and wear. Basic necessities are hard to come by and families are starving around the globe. In the face of these difficulties, Jesus Christ assures believers that God takes care of His own.

25 Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?

26 Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?

Matthew 6:25-26

God blesses the work of our hands and makes us fruitful. There is no substitute to working in life. Idleness has no place in true religion. Nevertheless, God blesses His children beyond the work they do. There are times when blessings come from nowhere. Divine provision is real.

Abraham assured his son Isaac that God was the provider. The Patriarch was on his way to offer his son as a sacrifice to God when the latter asked the former where the sacrifice was and he said God would provide.

7 And Isaac spake unto Abraham his

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