As Christians, we operate in two different economies—God’s economy and this natural world’s economy. To be clear, I don’t mean that God is separate from how we function with our finances. On the contrary, His Word is the foundation for everything we do and as children of God, His Word gives us clear instructions.
“Where there is no vision, the people perish…” (Proverbs 29:18 KJV).
God believes in having a vision and a plan.
That’s how He operates. In Genesis, we see that God had a vision for a family, so He set a plan in motion. The existence of this planet and the reason you and I are living on it today are a result of God having a vision and a plan.
Many people never reach their full potential because they don’t have a vision or a plan.
Every person on this planet has been given some kind of gift or talent by God. However, it’s our job to find out what that is and then develop it.
If we want to be successful and live a prosperous life, there are some natural principles that we are going to have to follow.
To increase according to God’s principles, we must walk in two different spiritual principles.
As believers, we have the opportunity to function in not just one economy, but in two different economies.
We function in this world’s natural economy, but we have an advantage because we can also function in God’s economy. In order to be successful in both, we have to accept the responsibilities that come with each economy.
If we don’t know our worth, we will spend our lives trying to prove we are “good enough.”
The Bible says in Proverbs 29:18, “Where there is no vision, the people perish…” Most people don’t have a vision for where they’re going. They’re just reacting to life.
Agreement is a powerful tool in building a marriage.
It is essential for you and your spouse to be fully aware that you are partners in your marriage-building process. As partners, one of the most powerful tools you have is the power of agreement.
Marriage is a commitment, but it’s not a one-time commitment. Every day, the same as it is with our faith, we need to re-commit to our spouse and our marriage.