Heb 13:5 Let your way of life be without the love of money, and be satisfied with what you have. For He Himself has said, “I shall never leave you nor forsake you,”
What are we afraid of? If we truly believe in the most high God, why should we worry or fret about money? When we first come to the knowledge that our heavenly father can and desires to be there for us in our every day lives, we are all excited, faith filled, and full of zeal! But as soon as the storms of life persist, we go back to what we are used to. We go back to worrying, drinking, and other addictions that we use in order to comfort us during our troubles. But if we are to ever grow in faith. We must get to a point where we simply believe! And I have to tell you the truth. There is no special date or time that we will suddenly become courageous enough to believe. We have to simply dive in and believe that God will catch us! After the first time that we exercise our faith, it gets easier and easier. But we must push ourselves the first few times until we actually become comfortable with being uncomfortable.
How can we be an example for others if we are unable to exhibit the faith that we speak so highly of every single day? We must lead others to God through our example of faith, trust, belief in the things that we speak about. Absolutely no one will follow you if your life isn’t manifesting the fruits of your labor. If you go around speaking about what you stand for for years and years but never do anything to really prove that you believe. Then who do you think will follow you? And even more than that. Could we actually be shaming God by exhibiting this type of behavior? My answer is yes. Because it is hypocritical for us to say one thing while we do another. To be more clear, we make ourselves and the God that we are supposed to be serving, appear to be a farce when we Speak faith but live in fear on a daily basis!
My sisters and brothers. For everything there is a time and a season! It is time! Time to stand up! Time to Speak! Time to show and prove through the works of God in our lives that our God, the Most High God is who he says he is, and will do what he says he will do. The way that others come to the faith and knowledge of God is through the power of God manifesting in various ways in our own lives.
Is Gods calling on your life related in any way to what you do for employment? Are you just working for money, or are you seeking the Kingdom Of The Most High God? Could you be keeping yourself from your own “Promised Land” by not having total faith in The Most High God?