Proverbs 21:20 TLB says, “The wise man saves for the future, but the foolish man spends whatever he gets.”_You may say, “What’s the essence of saving a small amount; it’s not going anywhere.” Don’t destroy it with your mouth.
Never declare that what you have is small or not enough. Money is spiritual; it’s not that coin or note in your pocket, wallet, or bank account. Money has ears and can hear you. So you must learn to bless your finances. The issue isn’t the size of your income, but the size of your mind—your thinking, and what your faith can produce.
Think about how much you might have received in the last year; but then, how much of it did you reproduce? If your answer isn’t satisfactory, it’s time for a change. As long as the things you put money into aren’t such that can reproduce what you put in and more, then there’s a problem, and it’s expedient that you change things. “….An except taken from Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional.
“There are times I have paid for some pricey things for cheap not because they were cheap but because I saved, and it was enough for what I wanted despite the price. What you have is not all there is. You have more beyond the bank account balance. Money indeed is spiritual! Take a hold of this truth and exercise your consciousness around this matter.