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Finances (Part 2)

Finances (Part 2) By Andrew Wommack

Today I want to share more about finances with you. In the last session, I explained that it is God’s will for you to prosper. Now I want to give you some keys about how that works. Luke 6:38 says, “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall it be measured to you again.” There are many principles involved, but you can’t talk about prosperity without talking about giving.

When you talk about financial prosperity, a lot of people say, “All right, so God wants to prosper me, but I don’t have it to give.” You can see in the Bible where Jesus talked about the widow who put her last two mites into the offering. He had been watching the rich people put in huge sums of money, yet He called His disciples together and said this woman gave more than them all. He said this because they gave out of their abundance, but she gave out of her poverty. God does not evaluate the size of your gift by its monetary value but rather by the percentage of what you had to give. When a person says “I don’t have anything to give,” it’s not true. If nothing else, you could take a piece of clothing you have and give it away. Everyone has something to give, so do away with this argument that you don’t have anything to give. As a matter of fact, the time you seem to have little of anything is when your giving can be a greater percentage than any other time. A person who has ten dollars and gives away five has given a much larger gift than someone who gives a million dollars when they have billions and billions left. God set it up so every single person can give. 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. 


​1. Read John 3:16. What motivated God to give?

2. Read 1 Corinthians 13:3. The motivation behind our giving must be what?

3. Read James 2:15-16. Explain the meaning of this verse.

4. Read Luke 6:38 (New Living Translation). What is this verse saying to you?

5. Read Ephesians 1:7. Did God give out of His riches or according to His riches? Explain the difference.

6. Read Proverbs 19:17. When you give to the poor, what are you doing? Will God pay you back? 

7. Read Psalm 41:1-3 (New Living Translation). Name five things that God does for those who give to the poor.


​1.  His love. 

2.  Love; i.e., seeking the welfare and benefit of others regardless of how we feel (Matt. 7:12). 

3.  Ninety-five percent of all love is nonverbal. It’s not in what we say but in the things that we do. 

4.  Whatever measure you use in giving (large or small), it will be used to measure what is given back to you. 

5.  According to His riches. He gave everything to redeem us, His only begotten Son. 

6.  Lending to the Lord. Yes.

7.  He rescues them in times of trouble. He protects them. He gives them prosperity. He rescues them from enemies. He heals them; i.e., nurses them back to health.

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