Are you operating in fear regarding your financial future?
So much of the country is operating in fear.
Many are operating in fear as they are looking at the things happening in the country and in the economy. This fear leads to taking negative actions like hoarding. The fearful are thinking and saying, “let me get me some money and put it away so that when the rainy day comes, I'll be prepared to make it." This is fear motivation!
If you are saying; “I'm going to take my money and I'm gonna be all right. I'm going to eat. I'm going to be all right. I'm not going to suffer.” Just remember, that which we so greatly fear comes upon us. Fear is an attractive negative spiritual force. The Bible says; a good man leaves an inheritance of wealth for his children's children and the wealth of the 'fearful' (paraphrase) is laid up, heaped up for the just. Now I know that's a revelatory insight but I want to bring illumination to your mind regarding spirituality and money. I want you to get some insight or sight from within.
The understanding of wealth is most important to you overcoming fear of lack and fear of loss.
My prayer is that this word will expand your awareness. John F. Kennedy said; "Fear is met and destroyed by knowledge." We are talking about the power of money. Learning how to use this power properly should be the aim of every person. Visit my website for more information on financial literacy and our program for financial freedom https://www.iambernardsmalls.com/i-am-a-wealth-builder
This is especially important as we approach the season of Wealth Transfer. The Bible teaches us the power of money.
Don't love money and use people, use money and love people!
Now here is fear motivation: "You have a heaped treasure together for the last days." Some people are heaping up stuff to protect themselves in the last days. Now, I believe in saving, but not in hoarding up, heaping up money in fear. That which we so greatly feared comes upon us.
Here are 4 simple tips for overcoming and breaking free fear motivation:
1. Be free from the love of money.
2. Be free from the fear of loss.
3. Be free to enjoy money.
4. Be generous. Give money away!
A good man leaves an inheritance to his children's children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. -Proverbs 13:22