We’ve all been dealt a few blows, but who are we to complain. Most would say, “if I had more money, things would be better.” Yes, maybe some things would be better, but that brings on other troubles. Rich or poor, you will always have issues; the form of them may be different, but issues still. That’s why God’s way is the best way, He does not see you as rich or poor in the material sense, but in the ways of your heart. If you do not show love and compassion, you are poor in heart. If you do not know Jesus, you are poor in heart. We know the Way, our path is clear, and it runs straight to Jesus; this makes us rich, even though we may be financially poor, our Father owns the cattle on a thousand hills, and we are heirs. Your goal should be to trust God in all things, He has already written the outcome, and you can’t change it by anything you do, but you may delay it by trying to control it. Relinquish control, do your part as he guides you, sit back and watch the magic happen, as God’s outcome is better than anything you could ask, hope for, or imagine!
Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:20-21