Power of Fame: God will give you Fame before He gives you Money
God will give you fame before He gives you money. Fame is what disciplines your behavior and actions to qualify you for wealth. We all have heard stories of successful people saying they were making movies, crafting business deals, and other money-making ventures but had no money at the time. Some of these people were even homeless at the time. But you would never know until they told their story. Sadly, people that do not understand the process to gain wealth comes with a level ridicule and name calling from others. Little do they know they are a part of the process of them going from fame to wealth.
The final step to your financial breakthrough will be how you handle fame. The type of fame where you know powerful people and people in the position of power. That type of fame where God will put you in front of great men and women, while you are still struggling financially despite making strong connections. Proverbs 18:16 says, “A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great.” Power of Fame.
Now when this happens you are in front of the right people, that’s when the test comes. You will be mocked, judged, rejected, slandered and your character will be brought into question by others. You know for yourself you know enough people to destroy their very existence, but you don’t. You have a choice to take vengeance into your own hands or forgive, love, and bless them. Power of Fame.
Power of Fame
Power of Fame: It takes the love and fear of God to not take vengeance, because that is when God is watching you to see how you handle the power of fame without money/wealth. God wants to see if you truly believe in His word. Romans 12:19 says, ” Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, ‘Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,’ says the Lord.” Or, Romans 5:44, “But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” Ephesians 4:26 says, ““Be angry, and do not sin. Do not let the sun go down on your wrath.” God wants to know if you will let him be God.
If you can past this test, money/wealth will come your way. Money is an amplifier; it only amplifies whatever you are doing now. So why would God trust you with wealth if you would only use it to hurt others? That is why this is the final stage before you walk into wealth. Those that mishandled fame and got promoted to wealth, most likely were not promoted by God. Once they start lacking funds because of their detrimental proclivities, they work hard to save face in front of others. This is why they are so miserable, and their fame and wealth is temporary. Because it was given to them by the devil. Anything that God does is forever, and anything the devil does is temporary. Proverbs 10:22 says, “The blessing of the LORD brings wealth, without painful toil for it.”
So as you are approaching, or in the last stage of becoming wealthy, be ready to have your character tested by having others treat you poorly. God allowed it to see if you qualify for wealth. It’s almost like the story of Job when the devil asked for permission to come after Job. The devil thought if I do this to him or that he would curse God. God said go ahead do whatever you want to do to him, but don’t touch his life. Keep in mind Job knew nothing about the devil, he thought he had disappointed God. He became consumed with thoughts of what he did wrong to offend God. Similarly, we consumed ourselves with thoughts of. “Why hasn’t it happen yet? What did we miss?”( Read History of America )
Another important lesson to learn in this story of Job. He asked his friends for advice about what he was doing wrong and they proceeded to tell him he MUST have done something to deserve the misfortune that had befallen him. This is a dangerous position to put your friends in because they can end up giving bad advice that may end up worsening your mental state, just as Job’s friends did. Before God gave Job back everything he lost and more, God told his friends, Job 42:7 says, “After the Lord had spoken these words to Job, the Lord said to Eliphaz the Temanite: “My anger burns against you and against your two friends, for you have not spoken of me what is right, as my servant Job has.” People will be confused as to why you are struggling, when it may be that God allowed it to strengthen your faith in Him. (Read Oldest Language in The World)
So keep focused on the prize. Your handling of fame has qualified you for wealth. Those that mock, judge, reject, slander, sabotage your projects are just part of the test to gain wealth. If you handle the power that comes along with fame and not take vengeance in your own hands, wealth will be easy to gain. You have proven to God he can trust you with fame, power, and wealth. God knows in the most painful moments in your life, you will not take vengeance into your own hands. Spiritual Healing.
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