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Finances (Part 1)

Finances (Part 1) ​By Andrew Wommack

Today I want to share with you how Jesus wants you to prosper financially. This is something that is important to everyone. It takes money to live, to get your needs met, and to be a blessing to others. God didn’t leave us alone in this area and say, “I’m concerned about your spiritual part, but I don’t care about your financial part…you’re on your own.” No, He loves you in every way—spirit, soul, and body—and He’s made provision for you. Most people recognize that some degree of financial prosperity is necessary, but religion basically has taken a stand against having an abundance.  

The Word of God teaches against greed in many different ways but also makes it very clear that finances are a blessing. In 3 John 2, the Apostle John said, “Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.” What a strong statement. John says, “Above all things!” It’s talking about healing, emotions, relationships, and finances. The Lord wants you to prosper and be in health above everything else. He wants you to prosper in spirit, soul, and body. That’s His will for you. To read the full lesson text click here.

To complete this course, watch the video below and then work through the question and answer section. 

 Questions

​1.  Read 2 Corinthians 8:7-8 (New Living Translation). When you give to others in need, this is one way that you can prove?

2.  Read 2 Corinthians 8:13-14 (New Living Translation). When all of us join together to give, God wants there to be some kind of what?

3.  Read 2 Corinthians 8:13-14 (New Living Translation). How will everyone’s needs be met?  

4.  Read Ephesians 4:28. The person that has been a thief should steal no more, but rather should begin to work and make their own living. What does Ephesians 4:28 also say they should do?

5.  Read Genesis 13:2 and 12:2. God could trust Abraham with riches because...

6.  Read 1 Timothy 6:17-18 (New Living Translation). What three things is the rich to do with their money?

7.  Can God trust you with finances?

 Answers

​1.  That your love is real. 

2.  Equality, everyone should give what they can. 

3.  By giving what you can, when you can. 

4.  Give to the poor, those that are in need. 

5.  ...Abraham was not just thinking about himself but was a blessing to others. 

6.  Do good, give generously to those in need, share with others whatever God has given them. 

7.  Yes!

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