Doesn’t it make sense to trust God with your finances, since it all belongs to Him? And to trust Him with something that’s beyond your control anyway? Think about it
‘Give, and it shall be given unto you.’ Luke 6:38 KJV. Many of us want to give to people we love and causes we believe in. But fear stops us. We’re afraid that if we give, we might not have enough left for ourselves.
Some levels of giving are effortless, while others make us uneasy. Sooner or later we all hit a wall called fear, and unless you recognise it you’ll never be able to break through it.
He will increase what you have, so… you can give even more to those in need. You will be blessed in every way, and you will be able to keep on being generous.
I take authority over this day and I command any power that wants to manipulate the sun, the moon and the wind against my life to be consumed by the fire of the Holy Ghost.
The three duties of every Christian are giving, praying, and fasting. Solomon, when writing the books of wisdom for Israel, made the point that a cord, or rope, braided with three strands is not easily broken.
Are you prepared to step out in faith and take advantage of the law of the harvest by inviting God to get involved in your finances?