Heavenly Father, we thank you and bless you, that in this life you have already provided all that we can ask or need.
Thank you Father, that your provision is not based on our efforts, but on the inheritance given to us by the death of Jesus Christ.
Thank you that your heart is always for us. Your promises towards us are “Yes” and “Amen”.
We thank you that it is already done. And, by our agreement with this truth, we speak for the manifestation of the inheritance of the saints to all those in need.
2 Peter 1:3 According as his divine power has given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that has called us to glory and virtue.
- 1 My God shall supply all of my needs according to His riches in glory
- 2 Wisdom to be Good Stewards
- 3 Other prayers for financial wellbeing
- 4 First, Let’s Get Something Straight
- 5 You Have to Do Your Part
- 6 What You Need to Know First About God and Money
- 7 So Why Does God Want You to Be Rich?
- 8 What Godly Wealth Accomplishes in Your Life
- 9 Encouraging Bible Verses for Your Finances
- 10 God Gives Us the Power to Get Wealth
- 11 The Blessing of the Lord Brings Wealth
- 12 Tithing Opens Up the Windows of Heaven for You
- 13 Tithing Accomplishes 3 Things
- 14 Increased Seed and Enlarged Harvest
- 15 God Wants You to Have Righteous Wealth
- 16 More Encouraging Bible Verses for Your Finances
My God shall supply all of my needs according to His riches in glory
Father, it is your desire for us that we would experience prosperity in all that we put our hands to do.
For there is great need in this world. Lord, we desire to be in a position that we can give to every good work so that the Kingdom may advance and lives can be transformed by your amazing love.
And therefore we speak forth promotions and business ideas. We declare divine connections and partnerships.
We stir up the same creative spirit that made the heavens and the Earth, to bring forth new ideas and inventions for the betterment of this world, that we can be a blessing to many.
3 John 1:2 Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers.
Wisdom to be Good Stewards
Order our steps into the provision that you, Oh God, have already granted us, your children.
We release your Spirit to deliver these things into our hands. Let us walk in the provision of heaven, and not be bound by the systems of this world. It is for this freedom that you have set us free.
So Lord Jesus, be our savior from debts, burden and financial struggle. Set us free in our finances, just as you have saved us from sin, death and the grave.
Give us wisdom and joy that we can be good stewards over all that you deliver into our hands.
Continue to advance the work of those that do good work. Help us to continue to provide for those in need, both spiritually and physically.
In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen!!!
Other prayers for financial wellbeing
Deuteronomy 8:18 But you will remember the LORD your God: for it is he that gives you power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto your fathers, as it is this day.
Matthew 5:5 Blessed are the meek. For they shall inherit the earth.
We all need a little encouragement every once in a while- especially when it comes to finances. Today I’ll give you some encouraging bible verses for your finances that will help you see just what God has in store for you financially. These verses of encouragement have helped me out in a huge way over the years. They’ve helped me understand the awesome abundance and financial blessings God wants all of us to have when we follow His plan.
So get ready for some encouraging verses about money that’ll help you achieve your financial goals!
Also, later in this post I’ll recommend a list of awesome books to help encourage and educate you further on godly finances.
First, Let’s Get Something Straight
I wanted to start out by setting a few things straight. These encouraging bible verses are not a get rich quick scheme. Nor do they espouse some kind of name it and claim it belief that if you just believe hard enough you’ll be rich.
That’s not what God’s financial plan is all about.
You Have to Do Your Part
Godly wealth is not about asking God to rain down riches upon you. He’s not a fairy that grants you three wishes. However, when you work in partnership with God and live by godly financial principles, He has no choice but to bless you!
What You Need to Know First About God and Money
When it comes down to it, there are a few things you need to know about God and finances before you read these encouraging bible verses about money.
God Has a Financial Plan
Yep, God has a financial plan for you. When you stick to His plan, you’ll reap great rewards in your life, and better yet, you’ll be a huge blessing to others too!
God Doesn’t Want You to Be Poor
You’ve probably heard a lot of incorrect teaching about how Christians should be poor. Being poor is supposed to make us more humble and closer to God. Poverty will keep us from falling prey to choosing the love of money over the love of God.
This couldn’t be further from the truth!
Even poor people are tempted by the love of money. Large amounts of money (or severe lack of it) only magnify what is already in your spirit.
God Wants You to be Wealthy and Prosperous
When you learn what God’s word actually says about money and wealth, you realize there really is a path to godly wealth, and that God wants you to experience it for yourself!
So Why Does God Want You to Be Rich?
So this is the point where a lot of people get stuck. Too many believe that Christians are supposed to just scrape by. Too many believe that if we just have our needs met that’s all we should expect in life.
But as you’ll see in the encouraging bible verses below, just scraping by ain’t gonna get it! It’s definitely not what God wants for us.
What Godly Wealth Accomplishes in Your Life
But first, let’s discover a few things that godly wealth accomplishes:
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- More money to fund the church. The church can’t be nearly as effective without the money it takes to make things happen.
- Wealth wins people over. Our mission is to win people to the faith. Why would anyone want to be a Christian if they thought they would have to live in poverty the rest of their lives?
- It can make your life more enjoyable. God wants you to have an abundant life here on earth. His word says explicitly that you should enjoy your wealth, just don’t let it separate you from God.
- Wealth allows you to make the world a better place. Wealth used properly heals people from disease, feeds hungry people, provides shelter, provides education, and edifies people in a whole host of ways that can never be achieved through poverty.
The more wealth you have, the more you’re able to be a blessing to others.
Can you be a blessing if you have no money?
Yes you can.
But wealth allows you to bigger blessing because you have an overflowing cup of financial abundance. It exponentially magnifies your effectiveness as one who blesses other people.
Encouraging Bible Verses for Your Finances
So with all that said, here are some awesomely encouraging bible verses for your finances to set you on a path to godly wealth like you’ve never experienced before!
Don’t forget to check out the list of books at the end of this post that will encourage you even further.
God Gives Us the Power to Get Wealth
Deuteronomy 8:18 “But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as it is today”
No matter what your situation is right now, you have the power and ability to produce wealth.
We are made in the image of God.
And one of the primary characteristics of God is that He is a creator. He made us to be creators too!
He has innately put into us the ability to create wealth and grow it exponentially just as He does.
Throughout Ecclesiastes chapter 8 it talks about the wealth and privileges God gave to the Jewish people when they practiced obedience to His principles.
Just like them, these encouraging bible verses shows that we just have to follow His direction to be creators of wealth in our own lives!
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The Blessing of the Lord Brings Wealth
Proverbs 10:22 “The blessing of the LORD establishes wealth, and difficulty does not accompany it” ISV.
When you’re blessed by God because you’re living according to His ways, wealth will be part of the blessing that’s established in your life.
Not only that, there is no difficulty that comes with that wealth!
Some translations interpret that last part as meaning there is no painful toil that comes with gaining that wealth. There are several types of investments and income that could be referring to, such as:
- Investment income- Stocks, bonds, real estate, etc.
- Passive income- royalties from created works, interest from loans, dividends, private equity, peer to peer loans, etc.
Others interpret it as meaning there is no stress or worry that comes with it. It’s a type of wealth that doesn’t weigh you down spiritually or mentally.
I really like Matthew Henry’s commentary that describes it as a type of wealth that “…comes from the love of God, (and) has the grace of God for its companion.”
That’s pretty sweet! A wealth that you don’t have to work hard for and don’t have to worry about is the kind of wealth I’ll definitely take more of any time I can get it!
Tithing Opens Up the Windows of Heaven for You
Malachi 3:10-12 “Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, That there may be food in My house, And try Me now in this,” Says the LORD of hosts, “If I will not open for you the windows of heaven And pour out for you such blessing That there will not be room enough to receive it. And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, So that he will not destroy the fruit of your ground, Nor shall the vine fail to bear fruit for you in the field, Says the LORD of hosts. And all nations will call you blessed For you will be a delightful land, Says the LORD of hosts.”
Tithing is one of the most important things you can do to succeed financially.
The Purpose of the Tithe
The purpose of the tithe is to provide for the church. So many of us forget that if the church is going to be effective, it needs money!
But the tithe also serves a personal purpose for your life. Giving the tithe helps you understand some important things about money:
- It helps you remember where all your resources come from (God).
- Tithing helps you learn to be less selfish. It turns you into a sower instead of a hoarder.
- It helps you learn to put more trust in God instead of your own abilities.
Tithing Accomplishes 3 Things
Tithing is the first thing you should do with your money once it comes to you. When you give the first part of your earnings to the church, God puts promises in place that set you up for financial success!
The great thing about these encouraging scriptures is that when God makes promises, they’re set in stone!
God makes 4 promises here that have to happen to you when you’re a cheerful tither:
- He will open the windows of Heaven and bless you to the point that it’s too much for you to receive.
- He will rebuke the devourer for you. This means your resources will not be depleted.
- Your vines will not fail to bear fruit. Your work, your ideas, and your investments will bear good fruit and prosper.
- You will be called blessed. People will recognize God’s blessing on you.
These encouraging scriptures are just the ticket to make sure God’s blessings are made available to you. Ignore these promises and you’ll not be able to receive the blessings God wants you to have through tithing.
Increased Seed and Enlarged Harvest
2 Corinthians 9:9-11 “As it is written: “He has scattered abroad His gifts to the poor; His righteousness endures forever.” 10Now He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will supply and multiply your store of seed and will increase the harvest of your righteousness. 11You will be enriched in every way to be generous on every occasion…”
Tithing protects your seed, but giving offerings above the tithe brings about multiplication of your seed.
This verse of encouragement is all about multiplication.
Think about it- what is the nature of seed? Seed was made for multiplication! One single seed planted in good soil and faithfully tended to multiplies into hundreds, or even thousands of new seeds!
God Will Multiply Your Seed
What this means for you is that when you tend to your seed (your money) faithfully, God will provide an increase.
These verses focus specifically on giving as a means of multiplying your seed.
It may seem counterintuitive, but when you’re a cheerful giver, God will actually provide you with even more seed to sow! You actually end up with more than you started with so you can be generous on every occasion!
This is a promise I’ve seen play out in my own life on a daily basis. The more Angie and I give, the more we have. I know it sounds crazy but it works!
God Wants You to Have Righteous Wealth
When it comes down to it, God wants you to be blessed in every way, including your finances.
God’s biggest desire is to bless his people.
Wealth is just one of the ways that God blesses you when you live a righteous life. But it’s up to you to make yourself available to receive those blessings.
When He can trust you with money and resources, He knows you’ll use it wisely to provide for others and expand His kingdom.
But when you make money more important than Him in your life, you might get wealthy, but your wealth won’t be a blessing. Righteous wealth is what He wants you to have, and when you put Him first above everything else, that’s what you’ll get.
More Encouraging Bible Verses for Your Finances
I’ve read a ton of books that constantly encourage me financially and help me be able to provide you with encouraging bible verses too.
Here’s a list of my favorites:
Becoming a Millionaire God’s Way- Getting Money to You, Not From You by Dr. C. Thomas Anderson
Becoming a Millionaire God’s Way Part 2 by Dr. C. Thomas Anderson
God Wants You Rich, Not Poor and Struggling by Scot Anderson
The Richest Man Who Ever Lived- King Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness by Steven K. Scott
More Than Enough- The 10 Keys to Changing Your Financial Destiny by Dave Ramsey
The Blessed Life- The Simple Secret of Achieving Guaranteed Financial Results by Robert Morris
Wealth- Is It Worth It? By S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-Fila
Thou Shall Prosper- Ten Commandments for Making Money by Rabbi Daniel Lapin
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From start to finish, the Bible is filled with many wonderful promises of God. More than that, every situation that we have faced or will ever encounter in our lives, there is an answer, a solution or strategy by which we can overcome. Today we present to you 19 Bible verses on God’s promises of victory for financial blessings. Believe on the Lord Jesus and watch God’s word come to life in your situation.
1. The Lord shall increase you more and more, you and your children. ~ Psalm 115:14 KJV
2. The lions may grow weak and hungry but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. ~ Psalm 34:10 NIV
3. But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as it is today. ~ Deuteronomy 8:18 NIV
4. Praise the Lord, who carries our burdens day after day, he is the God who saves us. ~ Psalm 68:19 GNT
5. The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; ~ Psalm 24:1
6. Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prosper. ~ 3 John 1:2 KJV
7. You will be blessed when you come in and blessed when you go out. ~ Deuteronomy 28:6 NIV
8. The blessing of the Lord brings wealth, without painful toil for it. ~ Proverbs 10:22 NIV
9. Humility is the fear of the Lord; its wages are riches and honor and life. ~ Proverbs 22:4 NIV
10. You open your hand and satisfy the desires of every living thing. ~ Psalm 145:15 NIV
11. I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread. ~ Psalm 37:25 KJV
12. The Lord will grant you abundant prosperity – in the fruit of your womb, the young of your livestock and the crops of your ground – in the land he swore to your ancestors to give you. v.12 The Lord will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands. You will lend to many nations but will borrow from none. v.13 The Lord will make you the head, not the tail. If you pay attention to the commands of the Lord your God I give you this day and carefully follow them, you will always be at the top, never at the bottom. ~ Deuteronomy 28:11-13 NIV
13. On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with your income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made. ~ 1 Corinthians 16:2 NIV
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14. Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it. v.11 I will prevent pests from devouring your crops, and the vines in your fields will not drop their fruit before it is ripe,” says the Lord Almighty. v.12 Then all the nations will call you blessed, for yours will be a delightful land. ~ Malachi 3:10-12 NIV
15. Carefully follow the terms of this covenant, so that you may prosper in everything you do. ~ Deuteronomy 29:9 NIV
16. A good person leaves an inheritance for their children’s children, but a sinner’s wealth is stored up for the righteous. ~ Proverbs 13:22 NIV
17. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. ~ Matthew 6:33-34 NIV
18. To the person who please him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God. ~ Ecclesiastes 2:26 NIV
19. And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus. ~ Philippians 4:19 ESV
OVER TO YOU..
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Are you financially broke or suffering under a burden of debt?
We hope this prayer for financial healing and information contained in this article will give you some guidance for healing your finances.
Every person in one way or the other struggle in the area of finances at some point in his/her life. Christians are not exempted from this predicament despite observing great financial measures and much self-discipline and self-control on our part.
We strive to make both ends meet, we juggle second jobs, we budget our salary as frugal as possible only to be confronted with lack, depletion, and money woes. Our home mortgage or rent is a monthly headache not to mention the utility bills and other household and family expenses. If we are earning a particular amount monthly, then our bills are almost double. To our distress, we depend on credit cards and other loans only to go deeper in a tumult of debts.
Is there a way out or are we welcoming a lifetime of poverty, mendicancy, or lack? What does the Bible teach about healing in finances? Or is there such a biblical basis or principle?
Our God is a very rich God, in fact, He owns the cattle on a thousand hills (Psalm 50.10) or better yet the entire universe. He is the God of supernatural and divine provision. He is more than enough to supply all our needs according to His riches in glory through Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4.19)
If that is the case, why do we still struggle financially if He can just give us everything we need, want or desire? God’s original intent is for man to live in abundance, provision, and multiplication. Since the fall of man in the Genesis account, man’s relationship with God was adversely affected because of sin and his sinful nature and the world became depraved and fallen as well.
It has been a constant struggle for man to exist and live in this world because of the enemy of our souls and all the repercussions or consequences of sin. With that condition, man need a Savior to reconcile Him back to God for him to be made new and live and experience the abundant life God offers for him in the first place.
In the Old Testament, the Savior is being foreshadowed in the life of the nation of Israel, God’s chosen people. God has been pursuing the Israelites to love Him back like a longing husband wooing his wife. Every event, character, trial or story in this period foreshadows this coming Savior who is able to deliver and save this favored and blessed people from tyranny. Come the New Testament, and this Savior called Jesus Christ, the Son of God was born and He lived and taught the people the kingdom mindset. He not only taught, healed, and manifested signs and wonders but He is able to save the souls of the entire human race, past, present and future from sin, sickness, and hell.
Father God through Christ Jesus and by the power of the Holy Spirit is more than able to do more than we can ask, think or imagine. The Triune God is interested not only in your eternal salvation but also in all facets of your life including your finances.
God has set natural laws in the universe. If you adhere to them like the law of gravity or attraction, life will go well with you but if you go against them, life will be difficult, if not dangerous. With the same natural laws, God has set in motion supernatural laws and principles that you can either obey or reject, it is your choice.
In the Old Testament, the principle of tithing is carefully observed by the patriarchs and the Israelite race. Abraham gave Melchizedek a tenth of everything he got from the war. (Genesis 14) Jacob vowed to give back to God ten percent of everything if God will take care of him from that day forward. (Genesis 28.20) In the books of Leviticus, Numbers, Malachi, tithing is commanded by God.
In the New testament, Jesus Himself did not remove tithing –
(Matthew 23:23)“Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cumin, and have neglected the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone.”
He simply said that they need to practice justice and mercy and faith while observing the rest like returning the tithe. For Christians, obeying God by paying our tithes through our local church is not an obligation or a requirement but a sincere gesture of honoring God through the first fruits of our wealth. More than just by being under the umbrella of God’s favor and protection, observing the tithe faithfully is part of the kingdom mindset or royal priesthood, being royal prince and princesses in God’s kingdom. We are not paupers who are always in want, lack or poverty. By being royalty when we accepted Jesus as our King, we embrace and enact a lifestyle of royalty where we entrust our lives to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
God desires for His children to live a lifestyle of abundance, power, authority, and excellence. Joseph was born to be a prince and his journey from pit to Potiphar to the palace says just that. Amidst oppression, betrayal, abuse, and much tragedy, Joseph turns his environment into a palace every time. In the end, he became second in command to the Egyptian pharaoh and was responsible for saving nations from famine even his brothers who conspired and turned his back on him initially. (Genesis 37-50)
More than just a coincidence, chance or good luck, Moses was raised by Pharaoh’s daughter and lived and was trained in the palace. For him to lead the Israelite nation out of Egypt, he has to be molded as a prince to perform his impending responsibility and purpose to deliver the Hebrew slaves and lead them to the Promised Land. (Exodus book)
Jesus Himself is the Prince of Peace. He was born in a poor manger and nurtured by poor parents but He lived a life as a prince, not only a Savior among His people. He is able to turn water into wine, He fed multitudes with few loaves and fishes, He healed ALL diseases and drove out demons from the oppressed, and above all, He gave His life not out of generosity or lavishness but out of love, mercy, forgiveness, and gratitude. The ending is glorious in the future as Jesus the Royal Bridegroom marries the Body of Christ, the Church without blemish or wrinkle. (Revelations book)
The first step towards healing in finances is to allow God to dismantle our pauper or poverty mindsets or strongholds. We need to meditate, declare, obey, and practice what the Word of God teaches with regards to money or finances. It is always a heart issue, our motivation in giving back to God, to ourselves, to others, and the world around us. God loves a cheerful giver. In the same way that we let go of the poverty mindset, we also need to get out of the love of money, greed, and useless wastage.
The book of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes contain sayings on finances. Even if you enroll at Harvard Business school or take internships under Donald Trump or Robert Kiyosaki and other world-famous finance gurus, all the principles are based and taken from the Bible whether they know or like it or not.
You may study, meditate, and practice one chapter of Proverbs per day. Declare it, believe it and act on it daily. The world’s wisest person (of course next to Jesus), Solomon compiled and wrote them. You know Solomon’s grandeur and magnificence during His time.
For the practical side of it, assess and study your budget. Put four columns in a worksheet – SALARY – EXPENSES – DEBTS – PAYMENTS. Check your monthly expenses carefully considering the non-negotiables and the variables then stick with your list of expenses monthly. Devise a payment schedule for all debts, be logical and reasonable.
If you can engage in a new business venture or job or part-time freelancing work, it would be better. You may utilize your inherent or innate talents and acquire new skills. By doing that, you will be able to do more things and work better. You may also look for Christian finance programs or mentoring for you to be assisted how to handle your finances wisely and grow your money.
Find a Christian Debt Management company and work with them to get yourself out of debt. There are also many money management companies that will help you as well. We need to accept the responsibility to do the things that only we can do.
There is one story I have heard about a Christian billionaire. He was interviewed how he is able to put up and manage multi-million businesses. He said his secret was every morning when he wakes up, he spends hours worshipping God and through this time, God is giving him heavenly, creative ideas how to work wisely and handle his affairs in a godly way.
Another story of a Christian whose salary was only $800 monthly and his expenses was $1,600. He almost lost his apartment and suffered great financial problems for many years. In his broadcasted testimony he said, God reminded him of his tithe. He began tithing $20 weekly trusting God for everything and then he stopped again. His car broke down and he was walking many miles on foot to meet his fiancée. Then, he heard God said buy her some flowers. He turned at a florist shop and tried to buy flowers but there was none so he just bought a teddy bear. Then, the owner asked him what he does for a living. He said, he is a financial adviser and to his surprise, the owner had lumpsum and wanted him to manage his finances. When he did well, he referred him to 6 of his friends and he managed theirs as well. Right now, this person is a famous Christian financial adviser and his worldwide ministry feeds millions of meals to African children and helps disaster victims get on with life.
If God can help him out of his debt problems He can help you too!
Let us pray this prayer for healing in finances—
“Heavenly Father, You are the Giver of good gifts. You are the one true God who made the heavens and the earth. Everything we see with our eyes, hear and taste and smell, everything is from You alone. It is Your desire to lavish us with Your goodness, favor and grace and so we do receive them all now.
Forgive me, Father for the many times I remain stuck with poverty, lack, irresponsibility, wastage, defeat, and laziness. Heal and cleanse me, O God from anything that binds me to this mentality and stronghold. I reject the lie from the enemy that I will forever be in debt, depletion, want or need. That You are not able to provide and take care of me and my family. I break, shatter, and destroy all the lies of the enemy that this life of financial problems is what I deserve and will eat the fruit of.
I believe the truth that Jesus died to give me an abundant life, profusely abounding to the full, until it overflows. I take hold of the promises in the Scriptures that You will supply all my needs through Jesus, Your Son by the enablement of the Holy Spirit in my life. I believe and affirm that I am a part of the royal priesthood, a prince or princess in Your Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. I will walk, talk and live a lifestyle of a prince/princess for as long as I live. Be King over my life and my finances.
Impress upon my heart the importance of tithing and may I be faithful in doing your will in this area. Remind me of your scriptures in Malachi 3 that says you will remove the destroyer from my vineyard and everything that I plant will grow and not be devoured by the enemy when I tithe to my church.
I appropriate the promises in Deuteronomy 28 that I am blessed in the city and in the country and everywhere I go. That my spirit, soul, and body, my family, career, ministry, finances, relationships, and dreams and desires are prospering. I call to things that are not as though they were. Thank You God that you are now healing my finances. Give me wisdom how to go from where I am to where I need to be… how to go from poverty and debt to prosperity and abundance, from sickness to divine health, from joblessness to opportunities and promotions, from death to life. I choose You and I choose life.
I praise You for everything You have done for me today. May I be a living testimony of Your faithfulness and goodness for generations to come. I love You with all my heart, my soul, my body, my strength and everything within me. All is well now with my soul. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”
If you have prayed this prayer for healing in finances, be encouraged that God is now doing something in your life. This is not prosperity gospel, this is kingdom mindset. When you honor God with your wealth, He will honor you with the desires of your heart and even more. Practice the principles in this prayer article and let us know how this inspired, impacted or transformed your life.
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