True Financial Security


Put your trust in a God who will never let you down. He is the only way to have true financial security.

Tell those rich in this world’s wealth to quit being so full of themselves and so obsessed with money, which is here today and gone tomorrow. Tell them to go after God, who piles on all the riches we could ever manage. (1 Timothy 6:17 MSG)

If you are wealthy—which God defines as having more than the absolute necessities—don’t adopt the hyper-spiritual mind-set that material things are bad. That is just not biblical! God wants us to enjoy the wealth He has blessed us with and to use this wealth wisely. But God also reminds us that we should not shift our faith in Him to seeking security through our acquisition of things. He wants you to trust that He will continue to meet your future needs. He will continue to give you those blessings. Don’t shift your need for security from God’s hands to trusting in your financial portfolio, or your bank account, or your accumulation of real estate. All those things can be easily lost and offer no real security. The very God who brought you those blessings can take them all away. But He does promise He’ll never leave you and will meet all your needs.

Put your trust in a God who will never let you down. He is the only way to have true financial security.

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