Yes, it is embarrassing to lose anything, especially money, but it can be replaced. Financial purging peels back our true intent, and exposes the object of our affections. Do we love money, or do we love God, because we can’t love both. Fortunately, hope in heaven is most certain. Christ is our reliable compass during a cash crisis.
Jesus’ utmost desire is for you to toil for true riches, He says, “So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with the true riches?”
True riches are trust in the Lord, contentment, and generosity. It is your passionate pursuit of true riches that trumps worries over worldly wealth. Do your children and friends see you lament in prayer over the lost souls of men, more than the loss of money?
What is the value of one person finding Jesus in a personal and growing relationship?
Therefore, take this time of financial transition and place your affections above where your certainty is in Christ. Be a gentle reminder to the fearful that faith in God and loving people are true riches. Money comes and goes, but Jesus remains faithful. Hope in Christ, not cash, brings contentment and the enjoyment of true wealth—this is for certain.
“Cast but a glance at riches, and they are gone, for they will surely sprout wings and fly off to the sky like an eagle” (Proverbs 23:5).
Where can I give a generous financial gift, so that I cultivate my certain hope in heaven?
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