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Proverbs 9:6, NLT – (6) Leave your foolish ways behind, and begin to live;learn how to be wise.

1. My Debt Is Growing, Or I Am Making The Minimum Monthly Payments On My Debt Or On My Credit Cards

It is better to pay bit by bit. Most of us want to pay our debt in one day but that does not happen. It must be done in a way that we will not feel the pain.

2. If I Miss One Pay Cheque, Then I Can’t Pay My Rent Or My Bills

You know you are running in debt if you cant pay your bills when the pay check is not in.

3. My Spouse And I Fight Constantly Over Money

You know you are running in debt if you and your partner are constantly fighting over money. Who takes what and when? This is a sign you that you need to check your finances very well.

4. I Don’t Put Any Money Into My Savings Or Retirement Account Every Month

5. I Made At Least One Impulsive Purchase Last Week

Impulsive purchase will in most cases let us run into debt

6. Because Of My Financial Situation, I Feel That I Can’t Obey God

7. I’m Constantly Stressed About Money

These are simple ways you know you are running in debt. It is one of the most dangerous things to do. Not having money to do what you need. And it is sad that most of us end up in debt because of mismanagement.


Father, let her long to know how You think about things in Jesus name.

What does it mean to be a Christian?

Everybody wants to be happy. People try, primarily, three different ways.
Some people look for happiness through acquiring possessions. Get, get! Get all you can, can all you get, sit on the can and spoil the rest! That’s the philosophy of many people. “I’ll be happy if I just get more things.”

Some people look for happiness by experiencing pleasure. They’ll try this drug or that pill or that experience or that trip — looking for pleasure to be the meaning of life.

Some people look for happiness by gaining prestige and power. They think, “If I’m just liked, if I’m just famous, if I’m popular then I’ll be happy in life.”

But the fact is real happiness comes from understanding it’s not pleasure, possessions or power. But from understanding my purpose. That’s where real happiness in life comes from. Understanding your purpose in life. That is real happiness

copyright Rick Warrent

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