Is it wrong for people who believe in God to have wealth? Some people seem to think so.
Others think that all true believers will prosper financially if they are really believing in God’s promises.
Which is true? Or is there a third option?
Abraham prospered in many areas of his life. He enjoyed a happy marriage for many years. He had good family ties with his father, brother, nephew, and eventually he had a son. He had health, long life, friends, employees, and wealth: a pretty well rounded prosperity.
What lessons can we learn from Abraham’s life so that we can prosper to the extent that God intends for our lives?
For many just one or two adjustments is all it takes.
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