Are You Financially Secure?

 

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‘…riches do not endure forever, and a crown is not secure for all generations.’ (Proverbs 27:24 NIV)

Banks, money lenders, insurance companies and all financial institutions claim that your money is securely safe in their vaults. We’ve witnessed the hollowness of this promise. So many banks and financial institutions have failed recently and their assured promises underlines today’s financial insecurity. Financial uncertainty characterises today’s world of failing banks, crumbling investment giants, shrinking multinational corporations, swelling queues of under-employed and unemployed, plus an epidemic of fear plaguing the hearts of the currently-employed. Many older people are trading in their retirement dreams for a new twenty-first century reality: ‘work till you drop’. In such times, where can we turn? To politicians? To government? To the next get-rich-quick guru? The Bible says, ‘…riches do not endure forever, and a crown [human government] is not secure for all generations.’ (Proverbs 27:24 NIV)

What’s the answer?

Turn to the only reliable source of security: God!

There’s no financial crisis in His Kingdom! Israel hungered and thirsted and He sent them fresh manna, and water from rocks. He assigned ravens to feed Elijah, multiplied oil and flour to sustain a destitute widow’s family, fed thousands from a boy’s lunch of five loaves and two fish. And He asks us:’…is anything too difficult for Me?’ (Jeremiah 32:27 NAS).

No!

1. Trust God to provide for you.

2. Do what He tells to do.

3. Believe that God ‘will.

‘The lambs will provide you with clothing, and the goats with the price of a field. You will have plenty…to feed you and your family…’ (Proverbs 27:26-27 NIV)

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