As Christians, we are fortunate in that our Father God is the owner of all riches and wealth. He has given us everything that we need that pertains to life and godliness. He is the provider of wealth and prosperity. Even knowing this, unfortunately, there’s a misconception among many Christians that it’s unspiritual or ungodly to be wealthy.
I came across a post on quora.com. Someone asked the question:
Is it normal to feel like I'm in prison at work?
Yes, it is normal to feel like you are in prison while at work, because of the following parallels:
Life insurance provided by your employer is a wonderful benefit. Research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that about 60% of private-sector employers offer group life insurance, and 98% of employees take it. It is an easy way to get some coverage with little to no cost involved, but is it enough?
When I was younger, I thought, "Why do I need all this insurance?" I thought that it was a waste of my hard-earned money. Then there came a time when I had to have a surgical procedure and my health insurance covered most of the cost of the procedure.
According to Matthew 6:14-15, a person who doesn't forgive others will not be forgiven by God. That’s a dangerous place to be that will ultimately lead to death — spiritually and physically if not dealt with! Peter, Jesus’ disciple, asked about forgiveness. Look what Jesus said:
God is the Great Physician. God's Word is medicine. God’s word contains the capacity to produce healing for any weakness or sickness in your body, mind, or emotions, finances, family, marriage, etc. God's medicine works by taking His Word into your being.
Jesus said in John 10:10 that Satan comes only to steal, kill, and destroy. His native language is lie (John 8:44). He has been trying to deceive man since the Garden through a clever line of reasoning.
Are going through some challenges, setbacks, or dark moments in life? Have you been searching high and low for your breakthrough? I want you to know that what you're going through is just a phase, a process. When everything that can go wrong goes wrong, you are on the brink of breakthrough!
Not too long ago, I got word that someone who is very dear to me was doing very badly. He was strung out on drugs and living in an abandoned garage. As I heard this heartbreaking news, all I could think of was the prodigal son living in the hog pen. I was reminded that the prodigal son came to himself and went home. I began to pray for my dear loved one, that he would return to himself and to Jesus, who would not cast him out but would welcome him with open arms.
So many people I know are going through divorce, have lost their jobs, the death of loved ones, cancer and other illnesses. Often times like this bring questions like, 'Why did God allow this to happen?' 'Why doesn't He fix it?'
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