Friday, February 2, 2018

Contrary To Popular Belief: Money Can Buy Your Salvation

This morning while at the gym performing my cardio exercises I pondered over the many blessing I may have taken for granted throughout my life. As I thought back I realized that many of the comforts I've experienced where a result of things I have been able to buy and the lifestyle I live. The foods I eat, the clothes I wear, the home I live in are all the results of my ability to pay for these comforts. My vehicle, the schools my children attend, the trips my wife and I travel, and other luxuries have all been financed by the money that's spent to support these habits.

This revelation surprised me because for many years I was led to believe that "money was evil" or that "the love of money is the root of all evil". But as I contemplated, everything I own or have been given to me was done so because money was allocated for these things. If money is so evil then why do we each wish to have lots of it? If the love of money is so wrong then why is there a financial system in place that proves that those you don't have any suffer the most?

"The rich man's wealth is his strong city: the destruction of the poor is their poverty" (Proverbs 10:15). Without even dissecting this scripture, you can look around at your own life (and others who lives are the opposite of yours) to decide if this scripture is correct.

Rather a little or a lot, having money offers salvation from many of woes in life. It offers shelter, rescue from hunger and lack of clothing. It offers liberation, emancipation, and deliverance. The freedom of your automobile saved you from having to walk long distances or the discomforts of traveling via public transportation. Most Americans work 40+ hours a week for money so that they are emancipated from the agony that having no money causes. However, many of you work your job with the distorted belief that money is evil, or that loving it is wrong. Yet, scripture teaches that money offers deliverance from many trials and tribulations. "A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry, and money is the answer for everything" (Ecclesiastes 10:19).

You don't "love" money, but I'm sure you love what you're able to do with money. I can imagine that you love being able to shelter your family, and the ability to heat/cool your home from the harsh elements. You also love being able to give to charity, those who are without, or helping to finance the needs of your place of worship.

Money offered you salvation from ignorance because it paid for your education. It rescued you from sleepless nights and stress while you rest comfortably in your bed knowing that all of your bills have been paid. Each day of your existence has cost money for you to be alive. Rather it was your own money or that of someone else's, it would be extremely difficult for you to be reading this article if money hadn't saved your life.

If you are lacking in your finance and want more, here are a few things that you can apply to attract more money into your life:

A). "Do not revile the king even in your thoughts, or curse the rich in your bedroom, because a bird in the sky may carry your words, and a bird on the wings may report what you say" (Ecclesiastes 10:20).

This scripture simply means to guard your tongue and to be careful what you say. It's very difficult to attract lots of money if you dislike those who have more than you. Instead of envying wealthy people, learn from them instead. The easiest way to have what affluent people have is to learn from them and model what they have done.

B). "Ship your grains across the sea: after many days you may receive a return" (Ecclesiastes 11:1)

Save your money and research opportunities for investments. You have to diversify your income and allow money to work for you instead of looking for more ways to work for money. Make money a slave to you no longer a slave to it.

C). Invest in seven ventures, yes, in eight; you do not know what disaster may come upon the land" (Ecclesiastes 11:2).

Several researches have concluded that 80% of Americans hate their jobs. During this last recession many of the working class lost their "comfortable jobs"; they lost the security they thought their job offered. It is imperative that you find several avenues for attracting money. I recommend that you start by learning how to make money doing what you are most passionate about. If necessary, set up a strategy that will allow you to earn an income on the side doing what you love while working your current job simultaneously. Once you have supplemented the income from your principal employment you can fire that job if you so chose.

Money is NOT evil. The experience of not having money is what's evil!

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