How Do Judgments About Money Affect You?
There is such a strong belief in the collective consciousness that money is not spiritual, that I often see people who were materially secure before they got on the spiritual path suddenly go broke once they get on the spiritual path. Odd, isn’t it? Think about this, and take an honest look at what baggage you might have picked up when you got “spiritual”.
Whether or not you’re a believer in the metaphysical, it’s obvious that there are still things we can’t explain about how things happen. Call it coincidence, happenstance, fate, fortune, luck, quantum theory or witchcraft; the point is that there is some sort of invisible force or effect at work that responds to creative, focused thought – or at least to actions that you have chosen to take.Do You Have an Abundance Mindset?
An abundance mindset is the belief that you have an abundance of what you need right within you. You have an infinite ability to show love, share gratitude, develop your abilities and enjoy your relationships. This article gives you ideas on how to let your abundance come forth.How Do We Build God’s Kingdom?
All of this is a part of God’s work and kingdom here on planet earth. All of this takes wealth to accomplish. We believers are a part of God’s work and kingdom here on earth. We are here to strengthen weary knees and hold up the arms that hang down. So if we are to live up to our commitments to God when we entered His kingdom and work, we must also learn His laws of abundance and prosperity so we can become even more effective in bringing His work about successfully.What Does the Bible Teach Us About Wealth?
But why would we seek riches if we have this hope in Christ? Here is where I introduce the idea of money honestly earned and properly used can be the root of all good. So how about obtaining wealth to build God’s kingdom here on earth; does God not work through us? God could just wave his hand and fix all the hunger, sickness and suffering in the world. But is it also not true that one of God’s laws is that He will not do for us, that which we could and should do for ourselves? Have we not been charged to love our neighbor? And who is our neighbor? Think of the Good Samaritan now. Could the Good Samaritan have done what he did for his neighbor if he had been broke?