*”And I will give this people favour in the sight of the Egyptians: and it shall come to pass, that, when ye go, ye shall not go empty:”*
When qualifications are equal, favour becomes the distinguishing factor. I am highly favoured. I am decked with the ornaments of favour. My labour is crowned with favour. God’s favour begins where man’s labour ends. I am preferred by favour. It is my appointed time for God to favour me. My set time for favour is now. I am compassed about with favour like a shield. I enjoy favour from friends and foes. I have found favour before God and man. I am satisfied with favour. I have found favour before Pharoah. I am not leaving here empty. I enjoy great favour from unexpected quarters. By favour, I am treated out of turn. I grow in favour. From today, I shall receive multiple favour-calls in Jesus mighty name.
For further study:
Luke 2:52; Acts 2:47; Exodus 12:36; 1 Chronicle 5:1-2; Psalm 102:13; Daniel 6:3; Deuteronomy 32:23; 1 Samuel 2:26, ; Esther 2:17; Job 10:12; Psalm 41:11.
Bishop Enobong Etteh