In the course of Saul’s journey after being anointed by Samuel, he was to come in contact with three men who were going up to God in Bethel. The men were to salute him and give him two loaves of bread. The men were meant to give to Saul. Saul was about to be announced as King to his people, and he was to come in contact with men who would give him what he needed. Simply put, the men gave Saul what he needed.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: you will come in contact with men who will give you what you need. You will come in contact with men who will connect you to the places you want to be in; you will come in contact with men who will usher you into places and realms you could not have entered on your own; you will come in contact with men who will bring treasures into your life; you will come in contact with givers.
Saul did not have to beg the men before they gave him two loaves of bread. He didn’t even make a request, and they gave him what he needed. Hear me as I hear the Lord: you will enjoy the favour of receiving what you didn’t ask for. Men will support you without you trying to compel them to support you; men will push your matter forward even when you have not asked them to; you shall have unsolicited help.
It may be exciting to receive, but it would also be exciting if you become that one that would give to someone who has not asked you to give. Give people what they need even if they haven’t asked you; let your access and your resources be a blessing to others; let your ascension to your thrones and higher levels cause people to have access to what you have access to.
Get set to receive from men; also get set to give to men.