Don’t Settle for Inappropriate Bad Company
Wait for Who and What God has for you!
Don’t worry about Looking a certain way. You will spend a lot of money and time attempting to fit in. You are wonderfully and beautifully made. When you fully realize that you won’t spend so much time on accumulating stuff that won’t satisfy that inner longing, you’ll realize it’s only stuff. (Psalm 139:14-16)
Wait for who God has for you. Don’t settle, and don’t use trinkets and things to gain friendship and love. Don’t give your money, your time or yourself away. (Psalm 119:9-10)Speaking of things that God has for you. He loves you, and wants the best for you. So, don’t waste time. Use time according to God’s instruction. Go straight to college continue and go as far as God allows. Knowledge is never wasted. Enjoy your younger days, it will be the least amount of worry and responsibility you will ever have. (Pro 3:3-15)
Be Dogmatic in Saving for Your Future Don’t use your money on stuff that doesn’t last and doesn’t matter. (Psalm 119:36-37)
At 25 years of age you will buy a mink coat. You paid over $10,000 for that coat over 30 years ago. I did some calculating. Had we put away that $10,000, and not saved another penny, from the age of 25 until today, we would have saved an extra $96,683.79 .* Girl, can you believe that!
Seek the Word of God concerning good stewardship. He has so much to say about money and things. Go places, See the world, and give to those who are in need. You’ll see, it is indeed a pleasure to give. (2 Cor 9:6-8) Don’t Care, Don’t Covet, Don’t Crave, Don’t Conform
Focus on Godly things. If you focus on things that matter, you will save money, time, energy and hardship. Know that all this other stuff will burn. After a few years you will see that all the things you’ve acquired won’t mean anything. You won’t even remember them. (Titus 2:11-12) (Romans 12:1-2)
Now Rochelle, you were very wasteful in some situations. Pray before you purchase. If you already have one (of an item), you don’t need another 50. Enough is enough Pumpkin. ( Pro 6:6-8) (Pro 21:5)In closing, I love you so much. I love you enough to allow the creator of everything to tell you, control you, and direct you in every facet of your life. God knows what’s best for you. God wants the best for you.( Jer 29:11-13)
Remember Three Things:
#1. Listen to the Holy Spirit.
#2. Follow God’s word in regard to Stewardship.
#3. Keep your word to yourself.
Bless you. Love you.
Others who read this–Write your financial story to your younger self. Share it with the young people in your life.
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