Setting New Financial Goals

 

Do you have financial goals? Or are you trying to make it from paycheck to paycheck?

If you are … there is a way out of that cycle.

Even though we are living in a time of unprecedented wealth and opportunity… many families are experiencing economic turmoil

If you’re unable to pay your bills, resolve to stop borrowing.

It’ll be tough, but scripture clearly indicates that borrowing is not God’s plan for His people and was never intended to be a routine part of our lives. Borrowing prevents the opportunity to experience His provision. It adds unnecessary stress and keeps you from exercising self-control.

If your fixed expenses consume a larger portion of the budget than your income can handle, then please hear me. Borrowing only postpones the pain and prevents you from living in true prosperity.

David tells us in Psalm 37:21,“The wicked borrows but does not pay back, but the righteous is generous and gives.” When you’re borrowing to pay your overhead, you can’t live generously. And, as a result, you miss out on the blessing of giving.

To enjoy the life God intended for you, humble yourself under His mighty hand and seek solutions to your financial situation.  Stop borrowing, decrease your overhead, and increase your income.

Paul wisely told the Romans, “Don’t be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind… If your financial goals do not align with His, then set new ones.

And if credit card debt is what’s preventing you from finding true freedom, get in touch with Christian Credit Counselors. They’ll help you assess your credit card debt and establish a plan to get you out. We’ve partnered with them for years and highly recommend their wonderful team of counselors to help you.