Faithfulness Applies to Money Too

Still on the “Parable of Talents”:

“And he said unto him, Well, thou good servant: because thou hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities.” (Luke 19:17 KJV.)

It baffles me when I see people asking God for more money or praying for promotion in their place of work when it is clear that they are very poor in Financial Management.

Some are deep in debts, some are embezzling public funds while others are addicted to impulsive spending. Faithfulness applies to your personal finance as well.

These poor financial habits could be responsible for your lack of financial prosperity.

It is normally said that to whom much is given, much is expected. You don’t expect to be given more when you can’t deliver on the little you were given before.

The solution is that you don’t necessarily need “more money” in order to become wealthy, rather you need more financial intelligence in order to know how to create wealth even with the little you have.

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Obot Essiet Jr.

I am an Architect, Entrepreneur and a Financial Intelligence Coach. I help set people on the right path to Financial Freedom by internalising financial literacy. I love cycling, reading and playing chess.

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