Prosperity Laws

Posted on May 31, 2010
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I do not know about everybody else but I used to think it was blashphemous to talk about financial matters and spiritual tenets. Didn’t the Bible say ‘Thou shall not serve both God and money’? Where does that leave the pious entrepreneur? Are you either religious and needy or wealthy and lost?

Providentially, as time advanced, Our understanding in relation to biblical prosperity matured as well. Apparently, not only are people free to eat three full meals daily; God wants to bestow on you with divine abundance and prosperity.

The question we ask now is this, what exactly does God say about money and material wealth? There are a lot of scripture verses that pertain to biblical prosperity. The first and foremost being that God wants for His people to be in abundance (Genesis 12:1-3; Psalm 35:27; John 10:10). God gave promises of riches to Abraham and not only was he super abundantly blessed with money, plentiful earthly possessions and extreme favor among all people- he also got his deepest wish, his own son. You see, God intimately knows what your idea of prosperity is and He will add it in on top of all the rest of the gifts He will pour in your life.

When you search the scriptures for the matter of financial wealth, tithing will always be a key factor of God’s plan of prosperity (Leviticus 27:30; Malachi 10:10). Of course An omnipotent God has no need for your money; the whole world is His and the only currency he handles is faith. Tithing is a symbol of your simple trust and deference to Him. God always provides so think of tithing as a great opportunity to be blessed exceedingly beyond what your mind can think of.

Moreover, prosperity is a harvesting of resources you have chosen to invest in God (Luke 6:38; Deuteronomy 28, Matthew 6:38). Everything you see is in seed form. Your finances, your obedience to His decrees, your investment in accomplishing His purposes on earth – it is all recorded and the trustworthy will get more than their just rewards. This is not to mean that your charitable offerings are paying for the blessings; it only implies that you will not be able to out give a rich God.

Alright, before you say, ‘Money cometh!’ – know that riches come with a task to be a dependable handler of it (Mark 10:17; Luke 12:48; 1 Timothy 6:17). Make your money work for you and not the other way around. A lot of times we fail to remember that things are possessions| to be enjoyed thoroughly only and not idolized. While money in our hand is not sinful, the damaging hunt for it have caused many to fall. It is of utmost importance to you that when wealth finally comes, your head is on straight and your heart is protected.

And last of all, God gives us the skill to make wealth for the reason that we can aid other people realize their God given dreams as well (Deuteronomy 8:18; 2 Corinthians 8; Philippians 4:14-18). He desires to see you blessed to be a supply of blessings so that divine graces will be plentiful in your life.
The use of abundance and prosperity is not to obtain the most things among your friends. Make sure you enjoy an easy life that riches can give to you but never lose sight of this:- it is not to replace for love and fulfilling relationship with God and other people. Real wealth are found in peace, generous service, obedience and simple faith. Pursue these gifts, and money will look to find you.
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