The Wealth Of The Wicked Is Laid Up For The Just

The Wealth Of The Wicked Is Laid Up For The Just

The Wealth Of The Wicked Is Laid Up For The Just

by Olga Hermans


We are living in the most critical hour of our adult life time in these days. A Word from the Lord came through Charles Capps in 1978 which is a long time ago, yet in God’s timing it still is applicable for today. If we do not contend for this word of the Lord, it will just drift away. But, we are not going to let it drift away, because it is alive. This word of the Lord is talking about today!

This is the toughest time since the great depression; it is a serious time. This prophesy is given for our time; this time right now!! Please read it and release the Lord for your finances! There is a Financial Inversion and we are in it right now! If you would picture the Hoover Dam and picture that dam exploding and all the reservoirs that have been held up are bursting and they are breaking. The rush of all that water would flood the land.

Pro 13:22  A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. The Ampl.Translation says: The wealth of the sinner [finds its way eventually] into the hands of the righteous, for whom it was laid up. There is a work that churches all over the world have to do and it takes finances to do it. The reservoirs of the wicked will be drained into those that God can trust.

Job 27:16-17 NIV says: Though he heaps up silver like dust and clothes like piles of clay, what he lays up the righteous will wear, and the innocent will divide his silver. So, it is laid up for the righteous. Jesus makes us righteous. The NLT says: Job 27:17-19 But the righteous will wear that clothing, and the innocent will divide that money. The wicked build houses as fragile as a spider’s web, as flimsy as a shelter made of branches. The wicked go to bed rich but wake to find that all their wealth is gone.

God is in charge of the wealth transfer; so, we don’t go and ask the rich for money. Believe God! Faith only puts pressure on the word; we do not put pressure on people.

Ecclesiastes 2:26 To the person who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God. I want to please God, you? We have to be those who please the Lord.

How do you please the Lord? We walk by faith. We obey the word; we do what He says and we walk in love.
When the children of Israel left Egypt, there was a major wealth transfer that took place from Egypt into the children of Israel. Psa 105:37 He brought [Israel] forth also with silver and gold, and there was not one feeble person among their tribes. Most of the time and rightfully so, we see the word “feeble” as there was none sick among them. That was supernatural healing. You, probably watched the 10 commandments and saw all the Israelites coming out of Egypt, hobbling and wobbling on their walking stick, walking slowly because they were weak. That was NOT SO!!

It says: not one feeble! The word feeble in the Hebrew says there was not one pauper among their tribes. The dictionary describes pauper as an extremely poor person. A person without any means of support; a destitute person who depends on aid from public welfare or charity. There was not one person.

There was not one person poor; if they were poor before, they weren’t poor any more. Because there was a wealth transfer. They had been slaves from where they came from and suddenly the curse of poverty was broken. There was not one person without any means of support. There was not one destitute person who depends on welfare funds or charity. That is the way we should be walking, that our dependence is upon Him. All were enriched by their oppressors. The Israelites had worked for them and they owed them big time.

But, not one left as a pauper. That’s what God’s will is for us. When the Jews left Egypt, there was not one pauper; they weren’t sick and they weren’t poor. They were enriched; there was a wealth transfer that took place. That is a picture of us. We have been delivered from Egypt; in the New Testament we have been transferred from the Kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of Light when we got born again. So, we left the Kingdom of darkness with a great inheritance on our name. We might not have known it at the time; all we have to do is get in the Word of God and see what He says about it.

We have to actively believe God and release our faith for that wealth transfer. It is out there; we need to receive it. Jesus said, whatever you believe you receive when you pray, you receive it. That word “receive” means ‘to take” and “to cease with a grip that cannot be shaken.”

Heavenly Father, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, we stand on this word that You gave through Charles Capps and we stand on the Word of God, that gives us the benefit of the wealth transfer that is laid for the Just and God, there is much to be done in the Kingdom of God. There is much to be preached in the Kingdom of God. We receive that right now into the Household of faith. We receive it with a grip that cannot be broken.

Psa 105:43  And He brought forth His people with joy, and His chosen ones with gladness and singing.

Choose Today to believe for the wealth transfer to come into your personal life and into your household! When we choose to believe, we receive it by faith with a grip that cannot be shaken. The power of choice has been given to you and me; make sure that you make that choice and to not let go of it. And God said,…”I’m sticking with you. I’ll make every word I give you come true.”


  1. Mike Brady says:

    Not saying God doesn’t want us to prosper, but the Hebrew refers only to physical health.
    Transliteration: kashal
    Pronunciation: kä·shal’
    Part of Speech: verb
    Root Word (Etymology): a primitive root
    Outline of Biblical Usage:
    1) to stumble, stagger, totter
    a) (Qal)
    1) to stumble
    2) to totter
    b) (Niphal)
    1) to stumble
    2) to be tottering, be feeble
    c) (Hiphil)
    1) to cause to stumble, bring injury or ruin to, overthrow
    2) to make feeble, make weak
    d) (Hophal) to be made to stumble
    e) (Piel) bereave

  2. Bernard Green says:

    I understand the word of God is awesome when I read your post to contend with the Word of God it inlighend my soul, so many times I’ve let the Word of God drift by me no it’s time to me to contend with the word of God in order to receive my wealth transfer

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