It’s a question that leads you to dream. Dream with me for a moment. What if your mountain of debt could be slowly eroded away? What if your mountain of debt could be wiped clean by making difficult decisions? What if you weren’t broke, but had income pouring in every month? What if emergencies seemed like small bumps in the road? What if you could change your boss by changing your attitude? What if you could give to the poor and be assured that the money would go to good use? What if you could pray and your financial situation would actually change? What if the creditors stopped calling you because you were able to be brave and work out a deal? What if a dollar today could turn into a return incalculable by the human mind? What if you believed you could? What if you believed you couldn’t? What if either way you were right? What if your mundane job became your platform to witness the love of God to others? What if you could be a quitter only to open a door to more? What if you simplified your workflow? What if your Plan B became your Plan A? What if you depended on your family more than you knew? What if the value of a dollar was all in your head? What if you listened to great ideas, captured them, and acted on them today? What if the best financial book in the world rests in a Sunday pew? What if you read it, how would that change your perspective? What if you spent a little more, to spend a little less later? What if you spent a little less now, to build unheard-of wealth later? What if it wasn’t all about money in the first place? What if it wasn’t all about you? What if what you keep telling yourself isn’t the truth? What if what your family needed was an open heart, not a suggestion? What if our nation’s giving could overtake governmental entitlements? What if we could build this economy back to where it belongs? What if it started with you? What if you gave a gift in secret, and the receiver had no clue who it was from? What if it changed their life forever? What if you realized that money isn’t everything? What if you realized the things money couldn’t buy had to be earned or gifted? What if you mentored someone who’s just starting out? What if you watched them grow old and successful? What if that was worth more to you than your own wellbeing? What if God was really the one who has been providing for your needs this whole time? What if God wrote the events of your life while still maintaining your freewill – how paradoxical would that be? What if you tithed because you’re under grace, not the law? What if you forgave others their debts, as you’ve been forgiven yours? What if you made it? What if you saved it? What if you grew it? What if you gave it? What if you golden-ruled every aspect of your life? What if you had hope – not from politicians, but from God? What if you sold everything you had to follow Him – figuratively or literally? What if the answer was simpler than you could possibly calculate? What if you could balance your work with family ? What if you learned of a plan that actually works ? What if you left a comment below that changed lives all around the world? You can. Please do. Let’s inspire each other to be what God wants us to be. Related Articles: 21 Financial Questions to Improve Your Marriage Are you in a debt cycle? If so, it’s time to get out! What To Do When People Mock Your Financial Plan 8 Ways to Tell if You’re a Winner What’s Your Financial Transformation Story? How to quit spending more money than you make What if your boss asks you to travel 6 days a week? John Frainee is a personal ﬁnance writer at TheChristianDollar.com . His goal is to provide biblical ﬁnancial principles that encourage people to live healthier lives. Beyond personal ﬁnance, John enjoys spending time with his wife and two crazy cats, playing a competitive game of Monopoly, and reading just about anything he can get his hands on. You can also ﬁnd him on Twitter and Facebook . The articles on this site are for entertainment purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Please contact a financial professional for specific advice regarding your situation. Also, many of the CPF articles help us pay the bills by using affiliate relationships with Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Find out more here .
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