Expect Preferential Treatment

Wednesday, June 7

Ruth 2:8-9
Then Boaz said to Ruth, “You will listen, my daughter, will you not? Do not go to glean in another field, nor go from here, but stay close by my young women. Let your eyes be on the field which they reap, and go after them. Have I not commanded the young men not to touch you? And when you are thirsty, go to the vessels and drink from what the young men have drawn.”
By identifying with the blessing, Ruth enjoyed one of the expressions of the blessing – preferential treatment. The blessing is the anointing of God expressed as favour and manifested as preferential treatment. It provides preferential treatment in your interactions with people regardless of their race, gender, religious or cultural bias. Ruth was an outcast to the Jews (the Jews had no relationship with the Moabites). However, Ruth’s faith in the blessing paved way for her to enjoy preferential treatment amongst people she had not known before.
Your expectation plays a very critical role in the kind of favor you experience, it breeds the manifestations of your desires. Your expectation of the favor of God will orchestrate favorable events towards you. Remember, preferential treatment is your unquestionable right as a son of God. So, daily expect the manifestation of preferential treatment in your interactions with people.
Declare with me, the favor of God is at work upon my life making me to enjoy preferential treatment. The blessing upon my life is breaking the limitations of my background, race, gender, culture and religion. Just as Boaz was divinely positioned to change Ruth’s story, influential men from afar country and the bird of prey from the East have been positioned strategically to attend to my needs (see Isaiah 46:11). There will be no more delays, no more suspension, the process has been cut short in righteousness. The same power that was at work in the life of Ruth causing her to be noticed amongst many people, has singled me out for progress. The blessing is mending and rearranging my life, to God’s intended purpose for my life.

Prayer: Father, I thank you for preferential treatment that is available to me. Because of the blessing advantage on my life, I am singled out for honor in the midst of a crowd
Meditation: Ruth 2:2

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