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Joseph Prince Daily Devotional 3 September 2021 – Involve Jesus

Joseph Prince 3 September 2021 Devotional
Joseph Prince Daily Devotional 3 September 2021 Friday Message

Topic: Involve Jesus

I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you.
Psalm 32:8 NIV

Read: Joyce Meyer Daily Devotional 3 September 2021 – The Painless Path

You don’t need a financial miracle when you are consistently walking in the wisdom of God. In other words, when you walk in His wisdom, you won’t be surviving from one bailout to another, nor be in a constant state of financial crisis and lack.

My friend, God’s provision of wisdom is abundant and I want to challenge you to tap into this powerful resource from heaven.

Before you make a career move, start a new business, or make a significant purchase or investment, involve Jesus. Don’t exclude the Lord. When someone pressurizes you to sign an agreement because the offer is “only valid for today”, take a step back. Don’t make an emotional decision and rush into it. Wait upon the Lord. Be prepared to walk away from this “great opportunity” if you don’t sense His peace and wisdom. Learning how to flow in divine wisdom will save you both precious time and money.

This devotional is taken from the book 100 Days of Right Believing—Daily Readings from The Power of Right Believing.

If you or a loved one are facing a health issue, know that we are praying for you. We would also like to encourage you to read How do I walk in faith and wisdom as I look to the Lord for healing?” to help you build your faith as you wait for your breakthrough.

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