(Psalm 119:72) “The law of thy mouth is better unto me than thousands of gold and silver.”
What good is it to have an abundance of silver and gold, and not know how to use it? What good is it to have wealth and not the wisdom to handle it? What good is it to have an abundance of material possessions and not have the sense to use it wisely? Not much sense at all. That’s why the psalmist said “The law of thy mouth is better unto me than thousands of gold and silver.” Because to have wealth and be clueless in how God would have you to use it is utter foolishness. Thus, a fool and his money will soon depart.
Instead of the body of Christ praying for more money we need to pray that the Lord will instruct us in how to use the wealth which we already possess. God can take the little which we have now and make it go so much further (supernaturally) if we would only seek him on how we should go about spending our money on our needs and desires.
In fact, (Psalm 37:16) says “A little that the righteous man hath is better than the riches of the many wicked.” Let’s get back to the wisdom of God when it comes to spending our money; let’s stop spending foolishly; leave that big screen television in the store if you have to use plastic-credit card to pay for it; keep that automobile a little longer if you are payment free if at all possible. Finally, find a way to save something from one pay period to the next, and don’t forget to give God what belongs to him, and allow him to direct you during these difficult and challenging financial times.
God Bless You
Pastor Versal Mason