SEVEN MONEY TYPES PART 1

Moses: Endurance

Moses represents financial endurance, which requires well-ordered financial habits. We see this in his life in the way he implemented meticulous, thorough, and extremely structured systems pertaining to resources. Financial endurance doesn’t happen with haphazard, disorganized financial thinking and practices. Moses types are very organized with money and love thorough, thoughtful, short-and long-term financial plans. They find a system that works and they stick with it. They come to life within structure. Moses types are steady-handed, consistent, and determined.

Moses types believe there should be a place for every dollar, and every dollar should be in its place. They’ll check to make sure this is the case, and often so. Doing this provides Moses types the assurance not only that they are doing their part to provide for their needs in the most responsible way possible, but also that they have done everything within their power to prepare for financial situations that may arise in the future.

Moses was highly organized with resources. The books Exodus and Leviticus are stocked with examples that illustrate the plans Moses received from the Lord and had to execute, plans that called for meticulous resource management. Moses types love order, especially in their finances. They view it as the secret to longevity and long-term financial vitality. And while they think about money all the time, their well-ordered financial lifestyles provide space for them not to worry excessively about money.

Next, you’ll learn about the Aaron money type.

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PROMISE 7

I will give you a future and a hope.

Perhaps more than ever, our world often feels like a dangerous, precarious place. Economic ups and downs, terrorism, mass shootings—and these are just a few big things—not to mention the personal issues like health and relationships. No wonder the next promise is so popular and well known: I will give you a future and a hope. This promise comes from the famous passage in Jeremiah 29:11. This is what we all want out of life! For things to get better, for the future to be a place worth working toward.

I love this verse, but when taken in isolation, it can mess with your expectations. It seems to draw a straight line from where you are to where God wants you to be—or where you think God should want you to be. You think, If God makes the plans, there will be no disasters. Things will get better and better. Terrible things won’t happen. But when things don’t go as you hoped, you start to lose confidence. Maybe God’s not even in control. Maybe he doesn’t care about your well-being. But those feelings are just that—feelings—and not the truth.

No matter all the evidence to the contrary, you can stand on this incredible promise. Keeping in step with God means letting his promises set the tempo for your life. God not only promises his presence but also his purpose. He doesn’t give you purpose instead of problems butalongside whatever problems pop up. God has a perfect future in store for you, but that perfect future begins in the imperfect now.

Are you willing to take your dreams and goals and lay them down before God? Are you willing to let them go if God desires something else for you? If you’re not willing to surrender a dream, then that dream holds a higher position in your life than God. It’s good to follow your dreams, but it’s essential to follow Jesus. Only he has plans to give you a future and a hope.

Live free in the promise: I will give you a future and a hope.

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PROMISE 6

I will help you stand in temptation.

I find then a law, that, when I would do good, evil is present with me. For I delight in the law of God after the inward man: But I see another law in my members, warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin which is in my members. O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death? I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord. So then with the mind I myself serve the law of God; but with the flesh the law of sin.
Romans 7:21‭-‬25 KJV

One of the greatest obstacles to enjoying the uncaged life is our ongoing struggle with temptation. No matter how spiritually mature or devoted we are to following Jesus, as human beings, we will always face temptations. Understanding and appropriating God’s promises, however, can empower us in this battle. We can accept his grace and live in his power to find freedom.

We’re all baffled at our own behavior at times. Maybe you need to control your temper, stop tearing into people, or blowing up. But then that person starts driving you crazy again, pushing your buttons. You know that guy or girl is no good for you. You know you should get to church on the weekend. You know what you should do, but you are constantly tempted to cave. Paul bottom-lines it for us: “I have discovered this principle of life—that when I want to do what is right, I inevitably do what is wrong” (Romans 7:21). The struggle with temptation is baked right into life. Wanting what’s right but doing what’s not right. But Paul gives us the ultimate solution to our sin problem: “Thank God! The answer is in Jesus Christ our Lord” (Romans 7:25).

Our freedom has been won on the cross, but we still struggle to live in that freedom. It’s a battle to grow into the person you really are in Christ. But you don’t resist temptation to hang onto your salvation. You resist it to grow, thrive, and receive all of the good things God wants to give you. That’s why I’m grateful for this promise of God: I will help you stand in temptation.

God is aware of the temptations you face. I don’t believe he leads you to sin, but he does allow temptation and testing. In fact, the term temptation can also be translated “trial.” God sees to it that no temptation will be too much for you to bear. He always shows you a way out. Resisting temptation is not like flipping a switch. You’re caught in a spiritual battle! You have a spiritual adversary who wants to hold you down in destructive habits and make you lose sight of God’s promises. And you don’t have to look for the fight—the fight will find you. You will find yourself facing difficulties you don’t understand. Yet, difficulty teaches humility, which empowers your future victory. Don’t let the testing become a ground to give into temptation. Stand firm on the promise that he will show you a way out and that victory is possible.

Live free in the promise: I will stand with you in temptation.

The Philosophy About Too Much

Too much mean more than necessary

Effect of too much in life of human beings

1. If you speak too much, you will lie
2. If you think too much, you will be depressed
3. If you cry too much, you will lose your sight
4. If you love too much, you will be lost
5. If you care too much, you will be taken for granted
6. If you play too much, you will not be taken serious often
7. If you trust too much, you will be betrayed
8. If you work too much, you will die of stress
9. If you eat too much, you will be obsessed
10.If you sleep too much, you will be idle
11. If you spend too much, you will have no future
12. If you wear make up too much, you will lose your beauty
13. If you look too much, you will lose your focus
14. If you pursue life too much, you will lose everything.

BUT……….
✔When you pray too much, you will have everything
✔When you are patient too much, you will have the whole world
✔ When you invest too much, you will have your future guaranteed
✔When you let go too much, you will have peace of mind
✔When you are careful too much, you will saved of many evils.*

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PROMISE 5

I will give you a new identity.

Remember mixtapes? Well, cassette mixtapes might be as obsolete as rotary phones and fax machines, but I bet you probably have a mixtape that plays in your mind every day. Instead of your favorite bands, your mixtape often plays back negative and destructive messages you’ve recorded from assorted sources: parents, friends, media, enemies, and exes. We each have our own custom-made, sure-to-hit-us-where-it-hurts mix. You’re nobody. You’ll never amount to anything. People don’t like you. You’ll always be ugly. You’ll never be enough. You’ll always be just a jock or a nerd; a clown or a geek. You’re weird. You’re stupid. You’re just like your father or mother. Nobody will ever love you. Things will never change.

This old, worn-out mixtape reinforces your old identity in powerful and destructive ways. It keeps you trapped in lies and prevents you from fully embracing your new identity. But you can rise up in faith and walk in a new life. There’s a much better soundtrack for your life if you’re willing to shred the old mixtape. In Romans 9:25-26 MSG, Paul reminds us of how God sees us, “I’ll call nobodies and make them somebodies; I’ll call the unloved and make them beloved. In the place where they yelled out, ‘You’re nobody!’ they’re calling you ‘God’s living children.’” This is God’s promise: I will give you a new identity. The truth is a much better mixtape that you must listen to over and over.

The power of words that you speak to yourself and others are very important parts of embracing this new identity. You shape your words, and then your words shape you. James explains, “[…] A small rudder makes a huge ship turn wherever the pilot chooses to go, even though the winds are strong. In the same way, the tongue is a small thing that makes grand speeches” (James 3:4-5). If you believe something long enough, you’ll likely live in a way to prove you are right! So, the next time you catch yourself thinking, “I’ll never have enough” or “People don’t change,” take out that tape.

Believe you are somebody in God. Your kids will see a model for one who holds their head high with significance. You will work from a place of confidence and trust in God. You will love your spouse and family from a grounded self-worth based in God’s worth—the humble posture that realizes, I was a nobody, but God made me a somebody!

Live free in the promise: I will give you a new identity.

The Philosophy About Too Much

Too much mean more than necessary

Effect of too much in life of human beings

1. If you speak too much, you will lie
2. If you think too much, you will be depressed
3. If you cry too much, you will lose your sight
4. If you love too much, you will be lost
5. If you care too much, you will be taken for granted
6. If you play too much, you will not be taken serious often
7. If you trust too much, you will be betrayed
8. If you work too much, you will die of stress
9. If you eat too much, you will be obsessed
10.If you sleep too much, you will be idle
11. If you spend too much, you will have no future
12. If you wear make up too much, you will lose your beauty
13. If you look too much, you will lose your focus
14. If you pursue life too much, you will lose everything.

BUT……….
✔When you pray too much, you will have everything
✔When you are patient too much, you will have the whole world
✔ When you invest too much, you will have your future guaranteed
✔When you let go too much, you will have peace of mind
✔When you are careful too much, you will saved of many evils.*

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PROMISE 3

I will send my Spirit

So, salvation and our free access to God’s presence is what God has donefor us through Jesus. The way we receive it, the how, is through the power of the Holy Spirit. God strengthens your life as you rely more and more on his Spirit dwelling in you—especially at times when you simply can’t go on. You can take great comfort in God’s promise: I will send my Spirit.

What could happen if you daily asked God to fill you with his Spirit? What kind of turnarounds could you experience if you stopped trying to turn things around in your own power? What could be different if you asked God to make you feel alive again with his presence and power?

The word often used in the original Hebrew for Spirit, ruach, means breath or wind. God’s Spirit is as close as our own breath. We depend on breath every moment of every day. God’s Spirit is both untamed and principled, powerful and gentle, expansive and immanent, literally “wind” and “breath.” These two symbols suggest dimensions of our atmosphere, from whirling windstorms to peaceful breezes, to the air we breathe. God’s Spirit is present in all of this. When you accept Christ and place your faith in him, he sends you his Spirit. Paul commands believers to “be filled” with the Spirit. Ask the Holy Spirit to fill you! The Spirit wants to lead you into life, but you need to be willing to follow.

One primary word for Spirit-filled living is surrender. When you feel tired, lifeless, or parched for joy, Jesus shouts, “Anyone who is thirsty may come to me. Anyone who believes in me may come and drink! For the Scriptures declare, ‘Rivers of living water will flow from his heart’” (John 7:37-38). He wants to fill you. You don’t have to live feeling out of breath.

Live free in the promise: I will send my Spirit.

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