Have you not heard about a life flourishing in God’s favour? Have you reflected on your season of harvest? In Psalm 23:5, “My cup floods with favours.” (Self-paraphrased). Some will attempt to persuade you that as believers in God, you ought to be poor and not have a lot of anything. They appear to depress your abundant mentality and keep you battling, paying off debtors, not ready to cover your bills. That isn’t God’s epitome for you. Jesus didn’t come and give His life so we could scarcely scrape by and live off others’ extras. He came that we may carry on with abundant life (John 10:10). Yes, being productive means flourishing in God’s favour. Yes, it’s “Plenitude” to signify you have a bounty – a lot of happiness, a lot of harmony, a lot of good wellbeing, a lot of assets. Money shouldn’t be your concentration, yet actually it takes cash to satisfy dreams. At the point when David says his cup flooded with favours, he implies you have such a lot of that you can’t contain everything. Would I be able to let you know that we serve a God who can do incredibly richly over all that we ask or think? He needs you to begin having a productive attitude. Extend your vision. Take the cutoff points off yourself and God. You shall and will have and enjoy more than enough! That’s it!!!