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Proverbs 13.22 tells us that a good man leaves an inheritance to his children's children. In spite of the idea it is only for a select few, it truly is attainable. Empowering ourselves and the next generation to possess all that God has for us and finding freedom in the process.
An inheritance is not just the gift. In fact the ability to take possession is more valuable than the gift itself.
In spite of, or maybe because of God's great love, someone will never rise above the level of their faithfulness.
Well easy in concept, but consistency is the key. The value isn't in understanding, but in application.
It's never too soon to get started, but equally it is never too late. The application of God's principles become accelerators to restore many of the lost years.
Someone can't serve God and money. They will love one and hate the other. So how do we reconcile this profound dilemma with generosity?
God gives the power to get wealth. Let's focus on growing assets and bust some myths while we are at it.
We are given everything for our enjoyment, but our lifestyle can continue to demonstrate generosity and God's blessings. And it is an opportunity not to be wasted to focus on our relationship with the Holy Spirit.
The ability to possess God's blessings and purpose is the greatest inheritance. And legacy isn't just what we leave behind, but rather the long lasting impact of our focus today.