Daily Feast – December 13

The Proactive Wisdom of the Righteous

If the ax is dull, And one does not sharpen the edge, Then he must use more strength; But wisdom brings success.- Ecclesiastes 10:10

My beloved in the Lord, wisdom is proactive therefore tie down things with the little money you have, you don't have to wait until you have enough money to purchase. Don't allow people to exploit you, be wise and ensure you surround yourself with intelligent people who can assist you. Choose your advisers wisely, let wisdom be your companion.

Learning means everything to wealthy people. Work to learn, don't work to earn. Most workers work hard enough to pay their bills while owners pay just enough so that workers will not quit working, seek work for what you can learn, not only what you can earn. Therefore, endeavour to see with your mind what others miss with their eyes.

My brethren, having a successful investment may be challenged with some obstacles which you must overcome. And having said that, the major difference between the wealthy and the poor is how they manage fear. We are all heroes of something and coward of other things. There is no happy loser but while failure inspires the winner, it defeats the loser. No one is wealthy who has never lost money or investment. The pain of losing money should not be greater than the joy of being wealthy. Overcome self-doubt and unnecessary caution, overcome laziness by staying too busy to take care of your health or any other important things that matter to you, overcome bad habits and overcome arrogance(some use their arrogance to hide their ignorance).

Prayer: Give me the grace Lord to overcome anything that hinders my success. I stand against the Spirit of fear for fear, unbelief and doubt is not my portion in Jesus Name

Further Reading: Proverbs 4:4-7
One-year Bible Reading Plan: Jonah 1:1-4:11; Revelation 5:1-14; Psalm 133:1-3; Proverbs 29:26-27

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