Nonprofit foundations in America award nearly $100 billion annually in grants, while our federal government grants almost $1 trillion to state and local agencies alone. That’s a lot of financial blessing going somewhere to happen!
Do you seem to have more month than money? Wondering how you’ll save for retirement or get out of debt?
Don’t allow your current circumstances to call the shots. It’s time to take back your power with these 5 Simple Habits to Increase Your Finances.
God wants His people to receive everything He has promised, so knowing what He promised is vital! God’s will is always to prosper His people—He will never forget you nor forsake you. When it seems like there is nothing you can do—speak faith—speak victory.
Tithing isn’t just an act of giving—it’s an act of worship! You’re likely a cheerful giver, but maybe without thinking about it, you’ve allowed tithing to become a religious ritual—write the check, put it in the bucket, end of story.
Did you know that it’s God’s will for you to increase in every area of life?
We know that we are redeemed from the curse of the law, and that we are called to be a blessing. The word blessed in Hebrew means “empowered to prosper and increase.”
If you are a business owner, you know there are times when expanding your business seems like the best move. It could mean offering new services, buying new equipment or enlarging your space. As a Christian, it’s a decision that should involve the Lord.
God wants you to financially prosper and to live a blessed life. Do you believe that? Or do you find yourself living in a constant battle to make ends meet? If so, there’s good news. In Deuteronomy 8, God shares three truths that will change the way you understand obtaining wealth.
God cares about your finances! Sound surprising? Did you know that there are more than 2,000 verses in the Bible that deal with financial issues like money, greed, stewardship, debt, hard work, contentment, provision, investments and more?
Traditionally, the Church has been led to believe that prosperity is bad or ungodly.