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“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”
If you want your life to be different then maybe it is time to do something different! Is your marriage a struggle, or if you are single; does every relationship you find end in disaster? Are your finances a never ending stress? It is time for a change, real change the kind that takes place deep in your heart! Don’t be discouraged, you will love this change!
I have watched as people bounce from one relationship to the next and each one ends up in heartache and sorrow and the problem comes from the fact that they aren’t doing anything different. They keep choosing the same type of people because they haven’t changed. I have watched our own finances struggle when we complain but don’t do anything different in the way we handle it.
If you want a relationship that will last then:
#1 ~ You need to both be willing to work on your relationship with God (Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness) Get in church and spend time in His word.
#2 ~ Seek godly counsel and advice, you have to lose the old baggage from past relationships so you aren’t dragging all of that with you, plus if you don’t get counseling, you will choose the “same person”!
If you want success in your finances:
#1 ~ Find a plan that works for you! The Money Couple have some great books and a blog that you should check out! CLICK HERE
#2 ~ Stick to the plan!
God wants you to find success in every area of your life. You must seek Him first. You need to do what it takes to change if change is necessary. Allow God to guide you. Stop acting desperate! When you put God first, the rest will start to fall into place. When you put these other things, relationships, finances, children, etc., first everything falls apart! Start today and take the time to give it all to God and ask Him to show you what needs to change in your life! The best is yet to come!
“Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound.” James Allen, “As A Man Thinketh”