Today's Inspiration:

14 - Good money management begins with
Rooting out the Spiritual Disease of Worshipping Worldly Riches

Luke 16:13
13 "No servant can serve two masters.
The servant will hate one master and love the other,
or will follow one master and refuse to follow the other.
You cannot serve both God and worldly riches."
The Holy Bible : New Century Version

There is nothing wrong with having worldly riches.
But a problem does arise if Worldly Riches become an idol in our heart and they begin to have us instead of us having them.

One thing that worshipping Worldly Riches causes in human beings, is the tendency to hoard our assets.

However, the way to ensure that we aren't being controlled by Money and Possessions, is to follow the advice in
Ecclesiastes 11:
1 Give generously, for your gifts will return to you later.
2 Divide your gifts among many,
for in the days ahead you yourself may need much help.

This is the will of God where riches and possessions are concerned:
Proverbs 13:22
22 When a good man dies,
he leaves an inheritance to his grandchildren;
but when a sinner dies,
his wealth is stored up for the godly.

If we examine the life histories of those who have successfully left an inheritance to more than one generation, we find that such people always followed the advice of Solomon in Ecclesiastes 11.

Father, today I ask that You give me the courage to live by the principle of giving instead of hoarding, so that I will be able to leave an inheritance for those who come after me,
in Jesus' name,

Next installment tomorrow, God willing!
See you then, and meanwhile,
Have a great day walking with Jesus,
Sol Wise.