27 September 2022: LEVERAGE YOUR EDUCATION TO GENERATE WEALTH – Acts 7:20-22; Proverbs 16:16; Proverbs 22:6

Education is a form of wealth because the kind and quality of education you have will, in the long run, affect your ability to access cash and wealth. It will affect your ability to interact effectively in life. Whenever a society despises a professor and respects uneducated men because of their money, that society respects money more than education, and it will affect the succeeding generations.

Every family must recognise the wealth that education can offer their children. Give your children not just an education but strategic and qualitative education; education with a view of what it can do for them in the future. Findings show that the Jews control the bulk of the wealth in the world today and it can be traced to the value they place on quality education. The Jews believe in attending the best schools and studying the most powerful courses there.

Today, you find a lot of young people who despise school and drop out of school. They prefer to go after sudden cash and short-term activities, such as sports, that will earn them fast money. They do not understand that cash is the lowest form of wealth.

When you are educating your children or even yourself, know that you are developing a powerful form of wealth that can command cash. You acquire it with cash but it will command cash before long. Some people win the lottery and lose all the money in a short time because they do not have the education to manage the cash.

PRAYER: Lord, show me the hidden wealth in my education line in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Isaiah 51:1-53:12; Ephesians 5:1-33; Psalm 69:19-36; Proverbs 24:7

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