One of the reasons many people remain poor is because it is easier to justify poverty than it is to justify prosperity. There will always be people to rally around you and attempt to comfort you when you make all your excuses for being poor. In fact, poverty makes you seem more relatable to the … Continue reading In Defense of Poverty
When I was younger and people asked me what I wanted to be, my answers were always one of these three: Accountant, Economist, Financial Adviser. This was very weird to people because there is no known history of such professionals in my family. My Dad is a Medical Doctor and my Mom is a Professor … Continue reading Sue Me, but I love Wealth and Abundance!
One of the reasons we are to pray continuously is because sometimes, our initial prayers are rubbish. That might be a bit of a harsh way to put it, but it’s true. Sometimes when we come before God and we start praying, He’s looking at us like, “What is this child saying? Does she know who … Continue reading Raising a Poverty-Minded Generation
The fear of the Lord is not only learned through His wrath, as many would like to think. One of the major ways we grow in the fear of the Lord is through favor. If I were to define the fear of the Lord, I would say it is the morbid terror, the fear, the … Continue reading What Do You Really Want?
While we are still on the subject of familiar stories, let’s consider another one, one we’ve heard only too often. Even those don’t know the details have heard that there is someone whose first name is Prodigal,whose last name is Son and whose title is “The”. We shall call him PS henceforth. He’s found in Luke … Continue reading 8 Consequences of Impatience
Last week, we began an exposé on one of the most disturbing life issues: the wicked, their wickedness, and how it affects us. We answered questions like “Is wickedness real?” “What is the difference between a misguided person and a wicked person?” “How random are acts of wickedness?” “Do the wicked really prosper?” If you missed … Continue reading What About the Wicked 2?
Money is amoral, and all that means is that money is neither good nor bad. It’s the possessor of money who has a moral position and therefore, his/her morality affects how money is used. Money doesn’t have an independent nature: it simply behaves likes its owner. How many times do we hear people say “Money … Continue reading Money and Morality