Daily Devotion


Have you seen someone doing the right thing all the time? It’s like they always know the outcome at the beginning and position themselves to get the proper results. Some do it with such skill that it appears spontaneous while others get there with tedious effort. The fact is, there are habits which make or break you. Money has such habits and if we master good money habits, we can command all kinds of money at will. Knowing and practicing positive principles that put more money in your pocket will position you for great success. Don’t blame the devil, your family or your boss. Sometimes you simply need to apply some good money habits that will get you going to great dimensions. I know it kind of sounds simplistic but that’s the honest truth.
The beautiful thing about habits is that you can always develop new ones. Yes it may take a bit of time and work but if you are dedicated to the principles, it’s only a matter of time. It takes about twenty one days to break a habit. It takes about fourteen to develop one. So dedicate yourself to break the cycle of bad habits that have brought you down and practice the good ones that will raise you up. This is not a quick fix but a long term strategic decision and application for your life. Get doing some good things that will put good money in your pocket.

Spread your bread on the water—after a while you will find it. Apportion what you have into seven, or even eight parts, because you don’t know what disaster might befall the land. If the clouds are full of rain, they will pour out on the earth; if a tree falls toward the south or the north, wherever it falls, there it will lay. Whoever keeps staring at the wind won’t sow; whoever daydreams won’t reap. Just as you do not understand the way of the spirit in the womb of a pregnant mother, so also you do not know what God is doing in everything he makes. Sow your seed in the morning, and don’t stop working until evening, since you don’t know which of your endeavors will do well, whether this one or that, or even if both will do equally well.

Dear God, thank you for strength and grace to apply myself to your principles. Grant me insight into your ways that I may order my life accordingly. May I understand and practice positive habits that will cause me to walk into your blessings in Jesus’ name. Amen.

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