Because of their current financial situation, most people can’t take on these tasks or help with money in these areas.
Why? Various sources point to the following statistics as being reasonably accurate:
"We need a complete transformation for people to HEAL from the Financial Burdens and uncertainties plaguing the majority of people in our society!"
Jesus talked about money a lot! In fact … Jesus talked about money more than He talked about heaven and hell combined.
Jesus talked about money more than anything else except the Kingdom of God. 11 of the 39 parables talk about money.
About 25 percent of Jesus’ teaching in the Gospels relates to money, stewardship, and the resources God has given us.
What we do with our money and what we truly believe is shown by how we use and share our money. Jesus said, “Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” (Luke 12:34).
In other words, where and how we spend and give our money is a reflection of where our heart is. But this doesn’t mean if you’re up to your eyeballs in what seems like a mountain range of debt, that you don’t love God.
It also doesn’t mean that if you’re barely making ends meet every month, that God doesn’t love you. And, it doesn’t mean that if you have lots of worldly wealth that you’re greedy, or have your heart in the wrong place.
Jesus also said, “You cannot serve both God and money.” (Matthew 6:24). And, to “seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” (Matthew 6:33).
Serving God ISN'T about learning to manage money more effectively.
There’s a BIG difference between
trying to apply biblical principles
to a worldview mindset,
and using the financial tools available today,
within the framework of a Kingdom mindset.
Jesus wants us to find Him &
walk with Him through this
World of Money.
Jesus’ view of finances is known Kingdom Economics. It is God's way of doing things; it is God's system. It is a system put in place by God specifically in this case as it relates to economics and its role in the lives of believers.
There a're more than 2,350 Bible verses on how to handle money, but less than 500 on faith, less than 500 on prayer.
More than 2,350 verses on topics about how to earn money, how to share it, how to save it, how to buy real estate, how to start a business and how to grow it, how to invest it, how to pass wealth from generation to generation, and most importantly, how to make sure you never run out.
Our worldview of money has shaped the way we manage money (or not). It has shaped what we do for work and what our expectations are for what’s realistic to accomplish in our lifetime. Some of the advice we have accepted as solid money management is:
The distractions of financial uncertainty in our debt-fuelled economy keep us running harder and faster attempting to succeed in a system designed to limit individual financial effectiveness by giving financial resources to the financial institutions who create immediate income and increasing wealth through loans to the people and businesses who employ the people.
The same financial institutions who want us to give them our money, develop the education that filters through the financial advisors and educational system to influence a mindset of an entire culture – a mindset that leads people to think and behave in a way that gives the institutions more money and more power.
This doesn’t make financial advisors bad people, it means they are part of the system like everyone else. But they play a key role in the successful use of the world’s financial tools to use the world’s system to fuel sustainable and increasing wealth through immediate income producing assets, not long-term accumulation and consumption.
The Bible is very clear that financial blessings are part of the inheritance God has for His children. It’s also very clear that poverty is a curse, not a blessing. Curses are of the devil, not of God.
This sounds like 'prosperity teaching'. No it isn't!
The problem isn’t with what the Bible says about money. The problem is trying to fit the Word of God into a worldview mindset.
God’s promises will sound empty and our rational minds will interpret the ‘prosperity teaching’ in accordance with our individual level of understanding and experience about financial management.
The key is to shift mindsets of old teaching, experiences habits, and beliefs to experience financial transformation.
Because the new digital age is accelerating what has led us to a society dependent on debt with automation and convenience. The credit system we live in controls who has access to financial benefits and who doesn’t. It also is exponentially increasing the costs for basic necessities, and is deceiving an entire generation to hand over their most valuable financial asset to someone else to earn income and produce wealth with: their purchasing power
But it doesn’t have to be this way!
Let me share a couple stories from my own life:
Another couple thought they wanted a plan to buy a home in about 3 years. When they learned to look at their situation from a Kingdom perspective, and gathered details from their current finances in a way that supported their desire, they purchased their first home in 4 months.
Their vision during this process was becoming more defined as the wife wanted a place to provide rest and solitude for people as she considered her years serving in overseas missions. They continued to keep an eye on properties for sale while renovating their new home and when they saw one they liked online, both agreed something like that would be a good goal for their next home.
A while later that same property had dropped in price so they decided to go look. They fell in love with it, and because they had invested the time to learn, pray, share and develop connections with other like-minded people, they were able to buy and sell one house and move into their dream home within 13 months – not any house in 3 years as they had originally thought!
Faith for Finances is a 30-day journey to break through financial limitations with practical and spiritual strategies for 1000x more! The program is inspired by the aggressive marketing by financial institutions directing people to lock more of their income- producing savings into government sponsored retirement savings plans, while citizens are burdened with unmanageable debt. This conventional financial plan increases our dependence on debt for spending and economic growth as interest payments lead to increasing prices and more power to the financial companies earning income from this strategy.
Faith for Finances is also inspired by the Word in Deuteronomy 1:11 for the Lord’s blessings of 1000x more. Faith for Finances leads participants on a path toward a transformed money mind. Each member travels the path to healing and forgiveness and develops a personal plan to earn $1000 in 30 days, as well as a foundation for more beyond the initial breakthrough!
Faith for Finances is developed by myself, Sam Piercy. I hold a Certified Financial Planning designation and have worked in and taught financial curriculum for financial professionals for years. Today, I focus my time and energy delivering a message of financial freedom through Jesus. God has given me a voice for faith and finance today!
My story of financial redemption through Jesus began over 20 years ago when I was working as a successful investment advisor. I sought relief for a wealthy client who was plagued by overwhelming financial insecurity, only to get drawn into a much bigger mission – the search for answers about what God says about money. Ultimately this has become God’s plan for my life.
The financial reality of our world got up close and personal as my family fought for financial survival after being set up by an unscrupulous business consultant. God’s grace and the systems we had in place from my corporate teaching helped us break free from the struggle, anxiety, bitterness, shame, rejection, and other negative consequences of the situation.
I am a prolific author with hundreds of articles and dozens of eBooks and courses on every area of personal finance.
The Faith for Finances 30-Day Financial Transformation is a series of practical and spiritual strategies God has revealed to me to guide others through the process of overcoming past financial programming to realize 1000x more.
The Faith for Finances Package:
And ADDITIONAL Benefits!
Are you Ready for 1000x MORE?
Jesus gave us a model prayer with the Lord’s Prayer. When you apply His prayer model with a Kingdom Finance mindset, praying for finances becomes a powerful doorway for God to give you answers and reveal opportunities you wouldn’t otherwise know existed.
Coming Face-to-Face with God and Money Today:
Maybe you’re someone who thinks the Faith for Finances program is a good idea for someone else.
Perhaps you tend to get excited about possibilities for your own life, then lose momentum and you don’t want to do that again.
Maybe you kind of get the idea of earning income, but you’re suck on the ‘how’ part. You’re maybe wondering, ‘what’s the catch?’
Or you’re trying to figure out how anyone could earn $1000 starting from zero? Or why they’d want to.
What’s the catch? What’s the point?
I’m doing OK you might be saying to yourself. You’re not alone! Everyone has something to offer.
That’s why we created the private online networking group just for MoneyMinding. We call it Mentorship because you get access to peer support as well as direct input from me (Sam) and others on the MoneyMinding team.
You’ll get answers to questions you might not even know you have. God will begin to speak through the people in the network to reveal creative solutions to financial issues many people don’t even think about.
God will show them how they can be 1000x more effective with their current financial systems.
In financial circles there are no guarantees. In fact, industry regulations are very strict on claims or implications about financial guarantees.
There’s no way I can guarantee you’ll do anything with Faith for Finances, just like there’s no guarantee you’ll get in shape if you buy a gym membership.
But, I am so confident that God will bless you with 1000x more than you can currently ask or think, that I will guarantee that if you complete the program and found no value in the journey, I’ll happily return 100% of your program fee.
This Sounds Great, But…
What if your current situation finds you so deep in financial distress that coming up with even a few bucks for a coffee seems like a stretch, let alone the full Faith for Finances enrollment fee?
Perfect! You can put the Power of community to work for you right away.
This Sounds Great, And…
If you already are thinking of people you know who can benefit from a renewed money mindset and some Godly wisdom for increasing their finances, or you know the program will be a blessing to people in your church, ministry, or Christian business, then Click Below to get a free account with MoneyMinding and visit the ‘partner page’ to learn how you can earn income for your ministry by sharing the Faith for Finances program with your ‘flock’.
Visit the ‘partner page’ to learn how you can earn income for your ministry by sharing the Faith for Finances program with your ‘flock’.
We Are All Called:
What has God called you to be, do, have, share? It takes finances to do the work God has called us to do.
As believers we are supposed to have control of the world’s finances. God tells us in Deuteronomy 8:18 that He gives us the power to produce wealth to confirm the covenant He made with our ancestors and ratified by the shed blood of His Son, Jesus.
We are supposed to prosper in everything we do.
The world’s financial system is controlling the people like we read about in ancient Egypt between the time Joseph gave the Israelites land and grain after the famine in Genesis 47, and the Exodus with Moses.
In the book of Revelation, it is very clear that Satan will use finances to deceive and control the people so that “all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, are required to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark of the beast." (Revelation 13:16-17).
Jesus warned us that we can’t serve both God and money in Matthew 6:24 and Revelation again warns us that we are dealing with the enemy (the beast), and it requires great wisdom.
God promised us more than just enough. His Word in Deuteronomy 1:11 tells us that He wants to increase you a thousand times and bless you as He has promised!