We must remember that the spiritual blessings promised in the New Covenant do not operate simply because they are inspired and printed in a Bible. The Word of God works when you take the instructions, follow them, speak them, and act upon them. When our problems are linked with recession, economic shaking and job changes, we must remember that the covenant of blessings does not hinge on the circumstances as we see them. Your faith in God can take you to places you have never been, allow you to meet people you have never encountered, work a job you never thought you could have, and receive resources that are an unexpected blessing. In these last days, the greatest blessings will come to those who put their trust in the Lord rather than man, the government, or handouts. Those who have passed the tests and proven they can be trusted to use the financial blessings to advance the Kingdom of God will be given the resources to do so. God will reward the people who are already proven givers. He will reward those who can properly discern the times and listen to the voices of the Holy Spirit. These people will have unique insight into what God is doing on earth and will know where the money should be spent. They will pay attention to the Lord’s directions and have wisdom to properly use the money for the advancement of the end-time Kingdom of God. Use the gifts God gave you to earn a living, and when He blesses the works of your hands, use the money wisely. Remember that you will never take any earthly belonging with you into the next life. But you will take the people who were won to Christ through the seeds you sowed into the Kingdom of God. You can either lay up your treasures here on earth, where you have use of them until you die, or you can store your treasures in heaven, where you will have use of them for eternity!
“Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon the earth, where moth and rust consume, and where thieves break through and steal: but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth consume, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: for where thy treasure is, there will thy heart be also.” ~Matthew 6:19-21