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Christians Or Churches That Need Financial Liberation Should Heed To These Instructions

"Men shall give into your bosom a good measure, pressing down, shaken together, and running over. Because it will be measured to you with the same measure that you mete with." Luke 6:38 

Read: Philippians 4:13-19 

Financial emancipation is one of the Great Commission's most pressing requirements. We need financial freedom in order for the gospel to reach the ends of the earth. Growing debts, little or no savings, insufficient income, a lack of financial preparations for the future, and divorces stemming from financial tension in the household are all issues that the Body of Christ is facing. 

Some Church members are financially well, but they are in desperate need of liberation from strangling materialism. We definitely need discernment as the Body of Christ to invest our resources in eternally beneficial ways. It is apparent that the church requires financial resources to carry out its mission; the question is, how can you assist the Body of Christ today?

Vision is the first step toward financial independence. According to Proverbs 29:18,

"Where there is no vision, the people perish; but blessed is he who keeps the law."

Strong and definite conviction is referred to as vision. You must not only have a vision, but also express it and make plans to make it a reality. If God is your partner, go big with your ideas. Many people make numerous justifications for their lack of vision. Some people place the blame on themselves, claiming that they are not creative. When it comes to goal-setting, desire is more crucial than ingenuity. Others lack vision as a result of their low self-esteem. Stop seeing things as they are and start seeing things as you are in God.

Some people are so discouragedg by the cost of spiritual victory that they never begin. Rather than worrying about how much the Great Commission would cost, ask yourself, "What will it accomplish?" Some people say that no one is willing to assist them. Allow God to begin with you, then expand your ideas for Him, and you will be shocked at how quickly help will arrive. Allowing these excuses to defeat you and keep you from serving God is a mistake.

Rather than succumbing to discouragement and despair, you should ask yourself, "Am I serving God in the proper place?" "If I had no limitations, what would I wish to do for God?" Diligence is essential for achieving financial independence. For a slacker, there is no food. If you want financial freedom, you must be willing to put in the effort. The secret to financial success is hard effort.

Furthermore, you must master the art of conserving. Keep a careful eye on your budget and practice financial discipline. Rather of being a just consumer, become a contributor. Last but not least, you must pray. God is the one who bestows the ability to create prosperity. So, learn to talk to Him about anything, including money. Make the decision today to develop a personal vision for your life and family.

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