Partnering With God Is A Better Bet Than Playing Powerball or Mega-Millions

“…. all the land which you see I give to you and your descendants forever.” Genesis 13:15

The lure of instant wealth is far too much to ignore for many of us since money may seem to solve most problems we endure. If the told be told, money may not solve all of our problems but it certainly may solve some. On the other hand, money can’t solve a sin problem. We are more of a problem for money than money is for us. Having wealth only gives our true self more resources to rear it’s true face. Oh, what lies beneath the skin in the hearts and thoughts of men? Are we as pious and devout as we portray or are we wrought with greed, selfishness and envy? It be best to understand the man or woman that lurks beneath the skin and offer your sins to Christ that you may inherit the full promises of God. What promises? The same he gave to Abraham is offered to the descendants of faith – the Lord says, ” I give to you” and “forever.” What a joy it is to know that he who gave life itself to Adam gives us. He who gave light, earth, water, plants and animals, gives us. This means that in relationship with God we are beneficiaries to his unlimited resources; which means we all hit the jackpot! No, not money alone (although we can’t deny the Father blesses his children with provisions), but with spiritual fullness. Serve the Lord and be fully provided for and live like the child of privilege you are. Unlike to lottery jackpot which fades away and only a few win, all win with the Lord and they do so forever.

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Author:De'Andre Salter

De'Andre Salter is a nationally recognized entrepreneur and senior pastor of The Tabernacle, a fast-growing, non-denominational ministry in South Plainfield, New Jersey. Salter is a self-made success and CEO of Professional Risk Solutions, LLC, the largest minority-owned specialty brokerage firm in the United States. A Jersey native and Drew University graduate, Salter was honored as one of the “Top 40 Black Executives Under Forty” by The Network Journal. In addition to winning souls, he has a vision to build communities through supporting entrepreneurs. His book,Hope in the Hood, is a springboard to helping others who hail from neighborhoods like his in Newark, build and grow businesses in their community. He is offering not just a step-by-step action plan, but also financial resources.

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