The word bailout sounds more like the need to get water out of a sinking ship than it does the road to financial freedom and solvency. Imagine if you took in $4000 per month and the payments on your debt added to $5000 per month. In pondering what to do several things could come to mind not the least of which would be spend less, consolidate, sell some items to pay off a portion of the debt or reducing the size of your life by eliminating some things. Would you think of going to the bank to borrow more? Maybe for a consolidation loan but would you include in the new borrowing extra money for play items or new toys? Some might. Most would not. The reason being it would not make good fiscal sense to do such a thing. This is because debt is never a good thing.
Can you imagine yourself being debt free? Can you imagine the prosperity we would have if every state and the country as a whole were completely debt free and stayed that way? It can become a reality in your home, your state or our country. The way to do this is spend less, downsize, say no to some things are desired and pay on the debt until it is retired.
I am not speaking politically but realistically, when I say we don’t need a bailout, we need a breakout! What many today need is a breakout from the old way of doing things and a new way of thinking and living. This new way, by the way, is God’s way. Did that make sense? I hope so because when we look in the Word of God we can see that Jesus spoke more of money than he did heaven or hell. The reason being is the way in which we view money will ultimately guide our steps in most other areas of our lives for the good or the bad. Do you or someone you know need help in the area of finances? I have written a few studies on this very subject to help you get started down the road to financial freedom. I hope you will consider them and get started today focusing on financial freedom because for sure it can become a reality! God Bless!
Thanks for letting me into your day, I pray it will be blessed of the Lord.
Here is the weekly inspirational scriptures.
“The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.” Proverbs 22:7 (KJV)
“Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law.” Romans 13:8 (KJV)