Pursue true riches. Don’t just pursue riches, possessions, money and cash. Many men have spent most of their lives and strength to pursue money and riches, but your pursuit should be true riches.
There are basically two needs on the earth:
i. Things money can buy
ii. Things money cannot buy
The truly rich man is the one who is rich in the things that money cannot buy. Those that are rich in the things that money cannot buy will never have difficulty possessing and acquiring the things that money can buy.
Beloved, there are four categories of rich people.
a. Those who are rich in possessions and cash. They are not truly rich people but they are deceived by their possessions and the money that they have. Such are those that their riches suddenly fly away.
b. Those who don’t know they are rich because they lack all the pieces of evidence of money and possessions but they have things money cannot buy such as character, discretion, wisdom etc. but are ignorant of how to activate what they have. Most Christians fall into this category. The future belongs to these people if only they get into the knowledge and understanding of what they have.
c. Those who have other things besides cash. They have well-developed minds and have become world leaders even though they don’t know God or have God. They know that their wealth is in what they know and they pursue secular knowledge.
d. Those who have God, have other things and also have physical cash. These have divine forces working for them, which attract blessings and resources to them.
PRAYER: I receive Grace to pursue the true riches of life.
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 1 Chronicles 28:1-29:30, Romans 5:6-21, Psalm 15:1-5, Proverbs 19:18-19
Copyright ©️ 2021
The general public is hereby informed that exclusive copyright subsists in this work and therefore any attempt to reproduce, copy, distribute to public for commercial purposes, publish any translation of the work, make any film in respect of the work, make an adaptation of the work, either the whole or substantial part of the work, either in its original form or in any form recognisably derived from the original is an infringement on the right of the author and subject to litigation unless and except the author has officially and clearly authorised the said person or persons or the author is clearly acknowledged in the work.