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Saturday, March 9, 2019


Since today we are fasting from the thought that says "I'll never get ahead financially," I wanted to jump into your inbox to talk to you about your relationship with money. 

If you are going through money troubles, I want you to get up right now, go get a $1 bill and tell me what the inscription says on the bill. It says ... "In God We Trust." Take a moment to take in the fullness of this statement. Then, look at your dollar bill and repeat out loud: "In God I trust."

God is a God of abundance. Surely the same God who makes the sun rise, creates rainbows out of rain and put stars in the sky so numerous that they cannot be counted or contained, can help you figure out how to manifest the money you need to pay your bills, do some of the things you've always wanted to do and put some away for a rainy day. Surely God can give you new money-making ideas, increase your knowledge, skill and value or give you favor with your bosses or clients. 

Change your relationship with money. Money is not the root of all evil, The LOVE of MONEY is the root of all evil and there's a big distinction right here. The first is about an abundance and prosperity mentality the later is about greed and putting money before God and people. Know the difference so that you can change your relationship with money.

Also remember that money is currency and currency always flows. So why not ask that it flow in your direction. Don't ask to be financially stable. Ask to be financially able. There's a big difference. (stable means that you are not moving, that you are stuck where you are) (able means ability ...the ability to make more money, multiple streams of income, to see possibilities for prosperity where others only see problems, the ability to delay immediate gratification so that you can make better spending and saving decisions, the ability to invest and most importantly the ability to give and bless). Remember - money is currency and currency always flows, so whenever you ask to be financially stable (stuck) instead of financially able (ability) you literally stop the flow of money in your direction. 

Money does not go where it is not invited. Every time you buy an impulse item instead of saving that money, you are uninviting money into your life. Every time you lend your hard earned money indiscriminately, you are uninviting money. Every time you spend above your means to keep up with the Jones's, give in to your children's demands at the expense of your household expenses and financial priorities or you try to satisfy an emotional need by buying something now with a close to the limit credit card that will take you months or years to pay for, you are uninviting money. 

Remember - Money does not go where it is not invited. And, money does not stay where it is not respected. Treat your money with respect and it will serve you well. Change your relationship with money so that it can flow in your hands with greater intention.

Repeat: God is a God of abundance. Surely if God can create birds that fill the air, fish that fill the sea, as well as the sun, moon and stars, then God can provide me with the ability to become financially able so that I can create a path to live more abundantly and bless others in the process. 

Now look at your dollar bill one more time. What does your dollar bill say again? Nuff said! Tape it to your fridge, bedroom door or headboard as a reminder of the financial blessings to come. And start thinking about what you need to do both spiritually and practically to better manage and increase your money. Enjoy your weekend.
I would love to see you at my Vision Board Party coming up on On March 23rd, 2019 in the NYC. This event will give you tools and strategies to build your vision. Not only will you create your very pwn personal vision board that you will take home with you, you'll also gain Bible tools to build your vision. If you would like to attend this awesome event, you can get your tickets at Eventbrite at the following link: Vision Board Party With Cassandra Mack

With Love,
Cassandra Mack

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