Do you still trust me?
I once heard the story about a wealthy man who had no need for pocket change, yet he still took the time to bend over and pick up lost pennies and other coins. Whenever the man found a coin he would stop look at it in his hand, then after standing quietly for a moment, he would then put the coin in his pocket and continue walking. He was once asked about his unusual habit.
“Why does a man who has no need for money stand still as though he had just found a gold coin?”
The man replied, “When I find a coin I look at the words, ‘In God We Trust,’ and I can hear God asking me, ‘Do you still trust me? Once I’m certain that I still trust God more than money I can continue with my day. Perhaps we should take the time to hear God ask us the same question,
“Do you still trust Me, am I still first in your life? The truth is, if you don’t spend time in reading and meditating God’s Word and in prayer, it only reveals who’s the first in your life. Remember, your body is a bankrupt until you trigger it with a quality information. So take a moment right now to open up your Bible. Choose one scripture to read and meditate today through prayer
Bylogycally speaking, prayer is a spiritual oxygen you can not survive without it, a sinner can say prayer but cannot pray prayer. Prayer flow from the inside out, operating by the Holy Ghost, when you are too busy to pray, God will be too busy to manifest, no soul can prosper without prayer.
Understanding this truth will motivate us to shift our focus from seeking financial prosperity and physical healing first to making a priority of developing a prosperous soul. Our prosperity and health are natural by-products of a healthy and prosperous soul.
The deeper your love for God is the height of your exploits. Wisdom is profitable to direct