Let’s see where the Bible addresses this topic of turning believers into a blessing.
And it shall come to pass that just as you were a curse among the nations, O house of Judah and house of Israel, so I will save you, and you shall be a blessing. Do not fear, let your hands be strong. (Zec 8:13)
Though their present state was humble, God wanted Israel to trust in His promise of blessing. He also wanted them to allow His promise to inspire them to diligently and robustly serve the Kingdom of God. In the above passage, believers are instructed to have no fear and to be strong. Notice that the Lord says that AFTER He saves His people, THEN we will be a blessing to other people.
In that day Israel will be one of three with Egypt and Assyria—a blessing in the midst of the land, whom the Lord of hosts shall bless, saying, “Blessed is Egypt My people, and Assyria the work of My hands, and Israel My inheritance.” (Isa 19:24-25)
As we read above, the Word says that God’s people shall be a blessing in the heart of the earth. The truth in this Scripture is based upon the fact that the Gospel of salvation was birthed in Israel through the birth of Jesus Christ; and through Israel and the gospel of salvation, all mankind would be blessed to learn of God’s love, forgiveness, and mercy.
‘Is the seed still in the barn? As yet the vine, the fig tree, the pomegranate, and the olive tree have not yielded fruit. But from this day I will bless you.’ (Hag 2:19)
In Haggai, the Lord declares that His blessings shall be upon His people. We may safely put our trust in God’s promise to bless us, though we see no observable indication of its realization. For our God cannot lie (Tit 1:2), and His Word is unfailing—it is always fulfilled. (Ezek 12:28; 1 Thes 5:24)
We’re called and designed by God to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in the earth, and in doing so, fulfill our destiny to be a blessing on this earth. Glory to God!