Financial Breakthru Thread & Prayers

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  1. lsweetie

    lsweetie New Member

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    Bumping!! Just found this thread and it has blessed me tremendously! :)
     
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    Thanks for bumping. I really need this thread in my life right as I keep facing the same financial challenges over and over.
     
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    Bumping :bump: :bump: :bump:

    I want and need more!! Began faithfully tithing and if I miss giving I do add the extra 5% The enemy is trying to discourage me as I've been financially struggling but I made a vow that I tend to keep I just consider my financial woes motivation to do better i.e. begin applying for a new job with more pay lol
     
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    whosthatcurl On a journey...next stop, God Knows lol.

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    I have been seeing this message over and over after I wondered why I'm always so broke. First it was one of my random thoughts: How am I supposed to expect God to bless me, when I don't even take care of the little bit of income I have? Then I read it in a few books (21 Day Financial Fast and 7 Money Mantras by Michelle Singletary and (The Storehouse Principle by AL Jandl) and now I'm seeing it here lol. The verse is Luke 16:10 "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." I hear you Lord. I asked him to reveal it to me in plain terms because he knows I can be a little dense sometimes lol. I have not been managing my money well. I sat down the other day to tally some old receipts (I think it was a month's worth) and it was over $200 worth of Walmart, Walgreen's, fast food, etc., and I really don't get that much money. I was spending out of hurt and whatnot. I'm so glad that I found this thread.
     
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    Watched it this morning. It blessed me.
     
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    1 Corinthians 2:9 says that eyes have not seen what God has prepared for those who love Him. Living paycheck to paycheck is not new, we've seen it. Making a living instead of living out your purpose is nothing new under the sun either. 2 Corinthians 5:7 says we have to live by faith and not by sight. Often times we are so influenced by what we see around us, thinking commute - job - home - sleep - rinse & repeat until 65 years old is the only way, but God says not so. It's important to tap into the deepest parts of you so God can reveal to you what your heart truly desires (Psalm 37:4).
     
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    Have you checked out Dave Ramsey 7 baby steps on YouTube, and podcasts and his basic budget plan every dollar it's an app and it's free another helpful tool is mint.com and mint bills once your register your info you can pay most bills from the app or the online page. again both apps are free and very helpful in tracking spending meaning budgets getting reminders and bill paying. Now I don't agree with Dave on the credit cards completely I do believe to pay the, down using the debt snowball method, but I need credit for a big purchase like a home just keep the card use in check 30% and I'm keeping my cards instead of cutting them. I'm still in snowball mode and not where I want to,be yet but still working on it.
     
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  8. whosthatcurl

    whosthatcurl On a journey...next stop, God Knows lol.

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    Absolutely. I use Mint and Prism. I've become more conscious of my spending now. Thanks dollface.
     
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    I didn't know this thread was here. I am totally focused on being an excellent steward over my finances and tithing consistently. :up:
     
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    Me either. I was going through some hard times financially and stopped coming in here for a while when this was exactly what I needed. The enemy is very crafty.
     
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