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So where will the money come from to retire your debt and finance your vision? If you

will obey God in using your finances--give your tithes and offerings and follow scriptural

financial principles--God will bless you in unexpected ways. He may give you wisdom

and knowledge of how to invest wisely. He may give you an idea for an invention or a

new business. He may give you a talent or ability that is needed in the market place.

He may also choose to supernaturally place in your hands the wealth of the wicked: "For

God giveth to a man that is good in his sight wisdom, and knowledge, and joy: but to the

sinner he giveth travail, to gather and to heap up, that he may give to him that is good

before God..." (Ecclesiastes 2:26). Do not just look to the natural. Focus on the

supernatural. God may even use unbelievers to finance your destiny! The Bible

mentions several such transfers of wealth from unbelievers to the righteous.

-Abraham. When Lot was taken captive by the enemy, Abraham rescued his nephew

and took the spoils of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.

-Isaac. God transferred the wealth that should have belonged to Abimelech and his

people to Isaac to such an extent that the king told him: ..."Move away from us; you have

become too powerful for us " (Genesis 26:16, NIV).

-Jacob. When Laban told Jacob that he could pay him only in speckled cattle that were

birthed by the herd, God caused a majority of the cattle to have speckled calves. When

Laban said that he would only pay in striped cattle, most of the calves birthed were

striped. "Thus the man increased and became exceedingly rich, and had many sheep and

goats, and maidservants, menservants, camels, and donkeys" (Genesis 30:43, AMP).

-Joseph. The wealth of the nations was transferred into his hands for a divine purpose:

To save the world from famine. To accomplish this mandate, Joseph lost all that was

familiar and dear to him and experienced many trials. But Joseph remained faithful, and

the wealth of the world eventually flowed into his hands.

-Solomon. When God told Solomon he could ask for anything and it would be given to

him, Solomon asked for wisdom to rule God's people properly. His request so pleased

the Lord, that He made him the most wealthy man alive at that time. Heathen kings and

nations gave great wealth into his hands (1 Kings 3:10-13).

-Israel. When the people left Egypt, they took with them the wealth of Egypt. Years

later, as they battled across their Promised Land, Israel was blessed with abundance as

they conquered their enemies and took the spoils of war.

Don't be surprised if God does the same for you!


My FATHER, My God, this year let my life reflect the blessing of the Lord, I shall not be static, I decree PROGRESS, FAVOR, HONOR, AND INFLUENCE are my portion. My life is SALTED, My speech is SALTED, My Home and Business are SALTED in the name of Jesus.


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