There is nothing wrong with trying to become rich and have materialistic items. God can bless you beyond what you could ever imagine, but in the midst of trying to get ahead in life don’t forsake relationships and the love that God has required us to have for each other.
In life we have become so busy doing our own thing. We live in a culture where money is put before everything. The music we listen to preaches about getting money by any means necessary. I remember when I was a youngster 50cent had an album called Get Rich or Die Tryin. So many people are obsessed with getting rich to the point we are forgetting about what truly matters, and it’s God first and through his love its the relationships we build with other people. So many people in the world are suffering mentally and spiritually. It is disheartening that we have become too busy to make time for others.
There is nothing wrong with trying to become rich and have materialistic items. God can bless you beyond what you could ever imagine, but in the midst of trying to get ahead in life don’t forsake relationships and the love that God has required us to have for each other. Did you know that your kind words can actually save someone’s life? Did you know that someone’s whole life can turn around just because you reached out to them and shared some words of encouragement?
I urge you to take time out of your busy schedule and reach out to someone that you haven’t talked to in a long time. Or, say a quick prayer and ask the Holy Spirit who he want’s you to reach out to. The face that pops inside of your head is the one he want’s you to text/call. The message can be a simple one liner. A few words can go a long way. Allow Jesus Christ to work and continue to plant seeds to grow the kingdom.
1 John 4:8
Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.
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