“For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord, “They are plans for good and not disaster, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11 (NLT)
Ever struggle to enjoy the success you’ve gained?
Sometimes we can struggle with the idea of prosperity, especially if we’ve been raised on law-based religion that believes poverty is God’s plan to keep us closer to Him. It might sound godly, but these doctrines are not Biblical.
Actually, a poverty mindset can ultimately work to sabotage your God-given purpose and God’s full plan for your life.
Think about it: what if God were calling you to raise up a brand or a business that would become so successful it would cause millions around the globe to look into your life and discover Jesus? What if He’s calling you to such financial success that you’re enabled to give millions to the ministry?
We set limits on what God wants to do with us when we sit on the chair of small thinking that comes from a poverty outlook.
The trouble with this mindset is when we experience success and the enemy shoots fiery thoughts of guilt to fuel this misbelief about prosperity, we buy into it. “God doesn’t approve. You shouldn’t make that much money.” The Bible teaches us to put those darts out with the shield of faith—a shield hammered strong with a new, correct set of beliefs based on what God’s Word truly says about prosperity.
Search out the truth about prosperity in God’s Word and you’ll find that we all hold a God-given power and purpose to succeed. God has empowered you to flourish and is excited for growth and triumph in every area of your life. He is for you all the way!