Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.
We are taught from the word of God that as we receive Jesus the son of God into our (whole) heart and lives to make Him Lord of our lives, citizens of the Kingdom of God, we become co-heirs in the inheritance of Abraham and also Co Labourers.
What a magnificent Blessing. How the word addresses position as well as the condition at its root, the spirit not the soul. It is here that we first meet the Lord in our lowest state and it is here that we are transformed. Our spirits are poor, wretched, broken, and sinful, and even in this lowly state blinded by pride masked by false humility and all masking deep-rooted fears of the unknown and the truth of our frailties. But God’s desires are to restore us back to our originally intended position before the fall of Adam and mankind.
So what do we stand to gain as any man would ask having been told that he has an inheritance?
A new spirit, new hope, and a true love.
The answer is so magnificent that to dwell on all that one gains would be an insult and a shame to not first know the cost. For Jesus the greatest gift of all, the inheritance includes kinship with the Son of God.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth on Him shall have life and life abundantly.
The abundant life in the kingdom and all that is available within it being at our disposal remembering to ask in the name of the Lord Jesus. But it is the new Spirit, the new nature that God supplies NOT the OLD. God desires to fulfill the desires of our hearts knowing there is nothing in the inheritance that he has not already made provision for!
Ask and it shall be given unto you – Matthew 7:7
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