Just think about it, who made it possible for us to have money? God! He is the Supreme Being and has control of the entire universe. If it wasn’t for God where would we be today?
Man is in control of worldly things, and remember things are only temporary, but God controls everything in the world. Just think, where would we be if it wasn’t for a tree? What could we do without a tree? Think of everything that is made from a tree, without a tree there would be no jobs, no homes, no clothes, no food, no paper, checks, or money. Also tree leaves are used for healing. (See Webster’s).
In 1 Timothy, in the Bible it says, for the love of money is the root of all evil. Money won’t buy health, happiness, peace of mind, joy or life itself. So who is it all about? God! For He owns everything, He just lets us use it, because He want’s us to be happy, so what about Him? We have forgotten Him (God).
We took prayer out of schools. Took His Word, the Ten Commandments from public places, so if it had not been, where would we be? Or what could we do? It’s all about money. If we forget God he will turn away from us when we need Him the most, although His word states in Joshua chapter 1 and the 5th verse, “I will not fail thee nor forsake thee.” When we forget about our fellow man we forget God. God don’t need any money, He owns it all. Anyway, because He owns the trees and without trees there will be no money.
We think money is all we need, but we need God’s love and compassion in our hearts for one another. People need to wake up, get up, and look around all over America even in Washington, D.C. and see what’s happening in the world today. God is speaking through His work, but we are not listening.
It’s time for us in America to read 2 Chronicles 7th chapter 14th verse. Abide and be serious when you read it, God is serious, He can’t lie. If we can’t come together, love one another and be helpers of one another on earth, where do we plan to spend eternity? (Not in God’s kingdom). Think about it.
God is not asking for much. He is love and wants us to love Him. But how can we love Him and don’t love the people you see every day. We walk pass them (the less fortunate) look at them as if they are nothing. We must remember: God don’t see money, color, rich, poor, or gender. He can take nothing and make something. We were once nothing until Jesus, God’s Son, died for us. When God makes a way He does it all the way. When we know who we are, we have nothing to prove. Is it all about money?
To God Be the Glory!
God Bless you all,
Rebecca A. Ogden