Does God truly want us to prosper and live in abundance in every area of our lives? What does the Bible actually teach?
There are many viewpoints on this in the body of Christ worldwide. This isn't a new theological conundrum; it's been debated for centuries with believers on either side. Many have been turned off by the idea of prosperity because of the unhealthy extremes of the hyper-wealth movement. But the fact that one camp of people are in one unhealthy extreme doesn't mean we should swing the pendulum to the opposite unhealthy extreme.
"There is always provision attached to your vision," states Shawn Bolz on the latest episode of Awaken Podcast. Bolz and host Michael Lombardo lay a strong foundation of God's desire to bless and prosper His people throughout the Old and New Testaments.
Prosperity has a purpose in the kingdom of God. God wants His missions to be fully funded so that we can truly make the impact He wants us to in the earth. Missions require finances, and God doesn't want His children begging for bread. The Lord will anoint us with vision and passion, and He'll bring the right people in our lives, give us the supernatural innovation, provide the money and so much more. If earthly fathers give good gifts to their children, how much more does our Father in heaven?
You are sure to be inspired and challenged by the latest episode of Awaken Podcast. In these perilous times, we need to trust God more than ever before. Prosperity isn't finances only but encompasses every area of our lives and the fullness God was us to possess.
God wants us living from the unlimited resources of heaven so we can truly bring God's kingdom to earth. Tune in!
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