Salvation A Rich and Wealthy Inheritance

God never fails to enrich the lives of His children. The wealth our Father brings to faithful followers is incredible. When the Lord gives His grace, it’s a rich experience. Nothing matches the fruits of Christ. He paid the price for our wealthy gain. We owe everything to Jesus.

Both the Old and New Testament record the spiritual rewards God grants those favorable in His eyes. See our Father is never absent and saves humans. He has been doing this since the fall of Adam and Eve. His love is impeccable, undeniable and exhilarating. We are privileged to be invited to the greatest wealth known to man. And this honor isn’t earned but given by our Lord.

God’s gift of salvation opens the door to a treasure chest so rich in His Spirit it goes beyond the earth. This infinite fortune is in Christ’s body. Trusting in Jesus unlocks a generous supply of spiritual food. And Our Father will do wonders with the smallest quantity of faith.

What are Christ’s riches?

Jesus is full of prosperity. Our Savior greatest wealth is heaven. When Christ suffered and died, God opened an everlasting life beyond the flesh. We are fortunate to be chosen. Most people ignore the Lord’s call. But those who accept Him receives a spiritual wisdom so wealthy nothing can overtake its bond. When you tap into Christ’s knowledge, God’s enemy flees.


Our Father fulfills His promises and picking a single one is tough. One of the most enlightening revelations to our Father’s remarkable reality is in Apostle Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. Paul’s incredible insight to God’s astonishing affection for His children is.

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ, just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love, having predestined us to adoption as sons by Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the good pleasure of His will to the praise of the glory of His grace, by which He made us accepted in the Beloved. (Ephesians 1:3-6)

God chose you before creation, and this scripture points out His reason. Here the Lord’s love places us in Christ’s body where we receive spiritual gifts from our Savior. Before our physical birth, God planned our inheritance to His kingdom. Since Jesus is the path to heaven; our Father’s grace purified our hearts through His tender affection. This cleansing separated us from sin and made us acceptable to our Messiah. And God’s goodness makes glorifying Him a valuable experience.

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In the past, my agnostic outlook robbed me from the spiritual treasures God offers. I chased after sinful lusts the world threw in my direction hoping I could find satisfaction. This created a sad existence. Nothing ever brought me peace, and I stayed irritable. Every time I received those sinful temptations, it made life harder.
I am grateful to share with you God changed my empty treasure chest. Today, through Christ my focus is on living in God’s purpose instead of self-searching behavior.


My mindset has shifted from looking at troubles as problems to opportunities in growing a stronger faith in Christ. Those transformations are not of my making but come from receiving God’s forgiveness. They are full of His Spirit keeping me grounded in godliness. And God does the same for you.

Christ’s sovereignty is wealthy, rich in God’s truth and full of spiritual treasures. God has many ways He uses to continue overflowing our hearts with His love. The Lord made you rich in Christ’s Spirit. Remember Jesus gives you an endless fortune of knowledge and this wisdom has eternal rewards.

Are you enjoying your Christian wealth?




Living a Christian life isn't being perfect or self-righteous. Often people misunderstand the characteristics of a saved life. I sure did. Salvation isn't the absence of sin, but freed from its bondage. Experiencing God's living Spirit and knowing Christ is the essence of salvation and a sign of your eternal destination. I hope you will share your faith with me so we can grow together in the image of Christ.

4 thoughts on “Salvation A Rich and Wealthy Inheritance”

  1. I was just writing about how sad it is when we cling to things of no worth, missing God’s treasure packed plan for us. This post is a good place for us to select “to dos” for our bucket lists. If we could only absorb these truths and cling to Him with all our strength.

    1. Yes, Deb I too hold onto worthless things. I struggle with complete reliance on God and often see how weak my faith can become. Cigarettes are my main culprit and often cut me off from the Light of Christ. I do try to quit but can’t seem to surrender my will. Thanks for stopping by and GBY Sandy, family and friends.

  2. Great post, Full of depth. A great statement from the post “God’s gift of salvation opens the door to a treasure chest so rich in His Spirit it goes beyond the earth”. A weighty statement. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hello, Bisi and I’m glad you stopped by to share your faith. It’s amazing the way God has made us so rich in Spirit through Christ. When my faith weakens knowing God’s eternal plan helps me stay focused on Christ. Thanks for sharing and GBY your family and friends.

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