A good Return is based on a good Investment
Saving money is a convenient, easy, important and cost effective factor for development. However saving requires sacrifice. There are many things in life which are more important than money but most of them cost money. Money promotes development, builds a stable family, builds Church and can be used to glorify God. Therefore money should be carefully planned for. Who can save? Any one that does this level (i) equation of income + expenditure, is a right candidate to save. This candidate can decide to go to level II and calculate more a elaborative equation of income – expenditure = savings.
Once you recognize that good decisions make you stand firm on the rock in the middle of the sea, then you won’t let go of your rock. In our day to day life, we all need to set aside a coin. In reality expenditure is always higher, and there is nothing to save and there are numerous excuses. What is in our pocket is not even enough. I will only save when I get a better job to cover my current pressing needs. After all I am still a student do I need to save? or I will save when I get my own home. If I start saving what will my husband do? You can move to level III methodology (i) Piggy bank virtues with small portions of income that we earn (ii) saving on bank account the sacrificial excess of your income can work for you. Level IV – (i) budget your expenditure including what to spend on charities and what to save for future. (ii)Avoid moving with large volumes of cash in your pockets otherwise it may drop in the swimming pool during your leisure time or you may inconvenience others by offering them unexpected gifts.
Ask me about my money, I will show you my assets and the cash I have saved in my bank account. Your decision will
determine your destiny. Galatians 6:7 what a man sows so will he reap.
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