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The keys to your financial freedom!

Indeed life is so frustrating when things seems to be working against you especially when it has to do with finance. Every individual wants to be free from poverty, yet we don’t want to do those things that will keep us away from poverty. in fact we are intimately connected and holding on to it tite that we cant see anything good coming our way. we want things aroung us to change but yet we keep on doing same thing over and over again everyday and expect different result. it takes more than just talking or wishing to be financially free to be free indeed. many are living in financial bondage but fail to realise. you need to understand your financial status and position in order to get a financial freedom.

What is Financial Bondage?

Financial bondage exists when there is excessive debt
or a preoccupation with wealth or misuse of it.

The most common type of financial bondage is the excessive use of credit. Many people think they’ll not be allowed to borrow more than they can afford to pay. This simply isn’t true! On top of this, creditors are allowed to charge even more interest on delinquent accounts. It’s simply a no-win situation.

Symptoms of Bondage:

Overdue bills stemming from the lack of planning and from overspending.

Investment Worries – worrying about your financial assets is bondage. If your investments cause worry, you can be sure you’re not in God’s will. Matthew 6:24-25 tells us that we cannot serve both God and money, and that life is more important than things.

Get-Rich-Quick Attitude – the tell-tale signs here are taking on excessive debt, borrowing money to invest, or dealing deceitfully with people. Proverbs 28:20 says, “A faithful man will be richly blessed, but one eager to get rich will not go unpunished.” Always assess your true motives for financial involvement.

No Gainful Employment – the expectation is that those who work should support those who don’t. This is wrong! II Thessalonians 3:10 says, “..if anyone will not work, neither let him eat.” Naturally, this does not include circumstances involving a prolonged illness or a legitimate disability. But when it involves able-bodied people, this form of financial bondage is selfishness to the core!

Deceit – being dishonest in financial matters will strip away peace and contentment. An obvious example is lying about what something is worth. But think about it: Purchasing something on credit when you know you’re already behind on your bills falls into this category too. Luke 16:10 reminds us that “whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.”

Greed – this is what underlies always wanting the best, or always wanting more. Not being able to put others’ needs first, never able to accept a necessary loss, or always looking at what others have = Greed. We must learn to put our wants aside in order to satisfy the needs of others in order to avoid this financial bondage trap.

Coveting – wanting what others have. This attitude, especially among the young, is all too easy to slip into, and starts the downhill spiral to financial bondage. Peace and contentment should be our goals.

Unmet Family Needs – this is usually a by-product of one or many of those issues already mentioned. And, unless such circumstances are due to illness, injury, or unforeseen events, it all boils down to irresponsibility. Plain and simple.

Lack of Charity – we are called to help supply the needs of those who cannot do so for themselves. To refuse to do so in a tangible way is selfish and short-sighted.

Overcommitment to Work – devotion to business pursuits that excludes all else is bondage. We are called to excellence, not overcommitment. Know the difference.

Money Entanglements – these stem from mishandling finances, perhaps even deceitfully. Entanglements require continual manipulation to keep the mess from collapsing.

Financial Unfairness – this involves promoting our own interests to the detriment of others. High-pressure sales tactics can fall into this category, especially when used in dealing with recent widows or others under duress. Taking advantage of a situation or a relationship, rather than focusing on the value of what is offered, is deceptive and selfish. Dealing with anyone in this manner is outside of God’s will.

Financial Superiority – this occurs in those blessed with abundance. Wealth is not an honor or a right, but a responsibility. Those who have much should share it with those who have little, and do it without demanding attention. In the last days, there will be no provision for the financially superior. We will all be equal, with no financial protection, except for those who understand God’s Word and have planned accordingly.

Financial Resentment – this attitude comes from the mindset that God has not given us what we deserve or desire. We covet what others have and are resentful toward God for our station in life. One quick attitude-check is to remember how most of the rest of the world lives — even our pets eat better than they do!

Financial bondage can grow out of any of four conditions:

• a lack of money

• overspending

• an abundance of money

• a misunderstanding of how money is to be used.

Continuing to adjust our spending level to exceed our income will result in financial bondage. Borrowing is the most common pathway into bondage.

Psalm 37:21 says. “The wicked borrows and does not repay,
but the righteous is gracious and gives.”

20 Things You need to Do Right Now to change your current financial status:

5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Get Your Financial BreakthroughIf you’re like me, you always want to do better financially for yourself and your family.   A financial breakthrough is something most of us want, but getting one can be tough if you don’t do the right things to make it happen.

In this article I’ll show you the top 5 things you can do to get the financial breakthrough you’ve been looking for.


The Average Joe Needs a Financial Breakthrough

If you’re the average American, you’re living paycheck to paycheck and have debt that’s keeping you in constant bondage.

Sound familiar?

It’s so easy to wind up deep in debt when you experience over 3,000 marketing messages per daytelling you to buy, buy, buy!

Combine that with the general attitude that you need to have debt to make it in today’s marketplace, and it’s a bad recipe for constant financial problems that way too many of us end up with sooner or later.

If you’re having those kinds of financial problems in your life, what you’re probably looking for is a financial breakthrough.


5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Get Your Financial Breakthrough


It Takes a Plan To Get a Financial Breakthrough

When you have a mountain of debt, it’s usually because you don’t have a plan for your money.  It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of life and never make a solid financial plan that keeps you on the right track.

The result is you don’t have control over your money, and you end up spending more than you make.  Do it year after year, and eventually it makes such a mess you realize you have to do something or you’ll end up bankrupt.


The first five steps:

5 Things You Need Right Now to Get Your Financial Breakthrough

The first something you need for your financial breakthrough is to start taking action to change your situation.  Taking action means you are taking control of your money instead of your money controlling you.

You are no longer neglecting the role God gave you as a manager of His resources.

The path to taking action and achieving your financial breakthrough is only 5 steps, but these 5 steps will take you everywhere you need to go financially (and every other way) if you’re diligent:


Step 1:  Snap Out of It

It’s important to realize that your debt problems will never get any better until you change a few things.  To achieve a financial breakthrough, you can’t just keep doing what you’ve been doing, because you’ll keep getting what you’ve been getting.

That’s when you have to snap out of it.

That’s when you have a come to Jesus meeting with yourself and say “Self, something’s gotta change!”

You have to decide that being in debt is no longer an option. It’s time to do what it takes to leave that lifestyle behind for good.

Much like when the prodigal son looked at his terrible circumstances and came to his senses, he finally snapped out of it and returned to what he knew was right.

That’s the first step to get you on the right track.


Step 2:  You Must Want to Change

Once you snap out of it and realize there’s a need for change in your finances, then you have to have the “want to” in order to make that change happen.  It’s important to develop a spirit within yourself that’s all about changing your mindset to one consistent with handling money well.

When your desire to start winning with money overcomes the laziness of doing the same old things, then you can start taking serious action toward your financial goals.


Step 3:  You Must Take Action

Realizing you need to change and wanting to change are great, but that won’t accomplish anything unless there is action to go along with it.  At this point it’s time to make a solid plan for getting out of debt, make more money, or whatever financial goals you’re trying to achieve.

But, silly as it sounds, making a plan is not enough!

You have to follow your plans.

That means getting the tough work done and sticking to your guns even when it’s hard.  Just take one small step at a time.  Once you start to see progress, you’ll be motivated to continue taking action toward your goal.  Just make sure you’re doing everything you can, every day, to keep moving forward.


Step 4:  Develop Productive Habits

Part of taking action is making sure you leave the past behind and develop new habits for a better future.

Old habits die hard.

Changing those old unproductive habits into new productive ones usually takes significant time and effort.  In fact, your brain will try to battle you all the way until you overcome its resistance.  You have to do what it takes to win that battle and establish a new way of doing things.

Don’t try to start 10 new habits at once.  You’ll just get overwhelmed and quit before you see any real progress.  Pick one or two new habits you want to develop right now, get them established, then move on to another.

This is how you establish your new normal and move confidently into a better future.


Step 5:  Check Your Relationships

Anytime you want a major change in your life, there will be some people that resist.  If people in your life consistently drag you down or keep you from doing better, you should be careful.

I’m not saying you should dump your friends, but I do believe you should seriously limit your timearound those people that are holding you back.

You are a reflection of who you spend most of your time with.  If others are going nowhere fast and you want to do something extraordinary, then spend more time around extraordinary people.

Want to get out of debt? hang around debt free people and find out how they got that way.  If you want to make more money or be self-employed, hang around high achievers and learn from them.


Your Breakthrough Depends on You

Ignoring these five basic concepts will never allow you to get the financial breakthrough you’re looking for.  To go higher, it takes all these steps to be successful at whatever you want to achieve.

Getting your financial breakthrough mostly depends on you and what you’re willing to do to get it, along with trusting that God will honor your efforts as you rely on His guidance along the way.  Going to the next level isn’t always easy, but the rewards are definitely worth it!

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