When we are faithful to manage our financial resources for God’s glory, we are proving we can be entrusted with true riches. Jesus said: “One who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much, and one who is dishonest in a very little is also dishonest in much. If then you have not been faithful in the unrighteous wealth, who will entrust to you the true riches?” (‭‭Luke‬ ‭16:10-11‬)

No one manages money like God.

But we often don’t let Him—because our love of money deceives into thinking we are better off if we are control of our money. Without even realizing it—we become slaves to it. If you don’t think this is true, think about how anxious you would be if you had no money to pay this month’s bills, or if your house burned down and your insurance had lapsed; and—compare that level of anxiety to your concern at the loss of a strong sense of God’s presence. Which would make you more anxious?

I have to check my love-meter for money this way all the time—because it’s so easy to slip back into the habit of making money my greatest source of security. However, when my greatest fear is the loss of a strong sense of God’s presence in my life, then money is put in it’s place. It is dethroned. And then—I see God entrust me with true riches.

True riches are—the eternal blessings. When I let God manage my resources, He takes me out of the rat-race so I can focus on the work of His Spirit. When He’s in charge, He makes less—more—and I have that extra time to minister to the client who is broken and needs eternal life or spiritual growth—rather than pushing them out the door so I can make more money.

When God is the greatest love of our heart, the richness of our life is multiplied throughout eternity.

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