Wealth, who does it belong to

There are questions we ask ourselves every day. We do this in hopes of understanding why our lives are the way they are…

So, ask yourself and then answer the following questions, please:

Does God want to deliver some or everyone?

Does God want to heal some or everyone?

Does God want to bless the love life of some or everyone?

Does God want to save the relatives of some or everyone?

Does God want to baptize some or everyone with the Holy Spirit?

Does God want some or everyone to be His children?

Does God want to make some or everyone rich?

So why don’t the vast majority of those who claim to be of God use this conscious-faith, which was also used to ACCEPT and SEEK deliverance, healing, successful love life, Salvation of the family, Baptism with the Holy Spirit and be a child of God, to also be financially rich???

Because, unfortunately, most mistakenly think that being rich is not for them or that it isn’t the Will of God… This is because they ignorantly associate wealth with evil, the “evil rich”… When wealth was created and promised by God to be conquered, enjoyed, multiplied and administered by all His children.

God makes it clear in His Word that His riches are for the rich of Faith. And, make no mistake, the rich of Faith are not those who are full of biblical knowledge (religious), but those who are obedient to the faith in the Living God’s Promises.

The example of Abraham, Isaac, Israel-Jacob, Joseph, Gideon, Jephthah, Esther, Ruth, the widow of Zarephath, David etc.; this is, ordinary and simple people who became great before God and rich among the people of their times. They made history by obtaining deliverance and Salvation through their testimony of a Conscious-Faith.

There were also great “bad-rich” people in the world, but they were small before God and lost everything, even though they were kings, like: Amraphel, Arioch, Chedorlaomer, Tidal, Bera, Birsa, Sinabe, Shemeber, Pharaoh , Amalek, Og, Sehon, Balak, Evi, Rekem, Zur, Hur, Reba, Benhadad, Hazael Ahab Manasseh, Saul etc. In the New Testament, the Lord Jesus gave the rich young man an opportunity to become great before God, but he rejected…

You may never have heard of these poor men from the past, but each one of them had a sad, poor and miserable story, with an end condemnatory by God Himself, and it was all because they chose to be poor of faith in the Living God.

God registered their stories in history and the Bible, for the deliverance of the sincere people that want to be rich in Obedient-Faith nowadays, so they can be rich in this life and in Eternal Life.

Words of the Lord Jesus:

No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. Luke 16.13

Note the word ‘SERVE’. God promises riches so that His people can be served, not for His People to SERVE riches. Do you understand?

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