His Money Values Are Different


Today’s message from God Calling -A.J. Russell, reminds us that money is pavement in Heaven.  It should also be pavement here.

The Bible tells us that money answers everything. (Ecclesiastes 10:19)  Jesus said, “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and unto God what is God’s. (Mark 12:17)  The message references Luke 12:31 -Seek first the kingdom of Heaven, and all these things shall be added unto you as well.  As I read the message, then, I begin to get an understanding of the difference between serving money and serving God.

When we serve money, there’s never enough of it.   We are to make money serve us according to God’s purpose and will for our lives; ours and the lives of others.  That says to me that we need to look at the horizon always.  We need to look further than our own little box, or our own little world, and our own needs.  It also tells me that there is so much more than just what I can achieve with something, or what I have received.  Remember the feeding of the thousands from just a few fish and loaves.  And there was still left over.  God’s supply is always more than enough.  God’s supply is a spring of living water flowing out of our belly.  God’s glory is on everything; so what Jesus said is true…”You’ll never thirst again.”  The supply, provision, and inspiration is always there.   Seeking first, then, the kingdom of Heaven, means asking how much farther can I go with this.  How much of this can I share?  How many can I help with this?  How many can I inspire?  How many more…

Love you from Cafe du Mondieu                                                                                         Copyright by Marina Morrison (aka) Eden Stillwater, September 12, 2018, 11:27 a.m.



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