Making, Managing And Multiplying Money


Prospering and having wealth are two different things. Prospering is making financial progress but wealth is a state. God can make a man prosper, but being wealthy is your choice based on your money skill.
There are people who are rich but have made themselves poor because they do not desire to be wealthy, while there are also people who are poor but have made themselves rich because of their desire to be wealthy.
There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing: there is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great riches.
Proverbs 13:7
If I were to give a man a thousand dollars every day for the rest of his life, he now has a continuous income, so he can be said to be prospering.
But if he desires to be wealthy and learns to accumulate this income, invest it and accumulate and reinvest, he may become wealthy. However, if he decides to spend it as it comes, he will always have money but he might not have it in such a way that can be defined as wealth. A man is said to be wealthy when he has a continuous, automated, accumulating, and re-circulating cash inflow backed by great assets. To accumulate wealth, you must: know about money know how to generate it; and how to multiply it. Money has to be generated managed and multiplied to create wealth.
Wealth therefore depends on the volume of money made, the volume of money working for you and the volume of money generated from your investments.
This book will thus be focused on wealth accumulation through the principles of making, managing, multiplying and ministering money



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