How to get rich quickly and painlessly

This blog post is about how to get rich quickly and painlessly. Everybody wants to be rich. However most people, especially in western culture, only see a limited path to this goal.

A wise man once said there were two ways to get rich: one is to figure out how to make enough money to pay for the luxuries you want. The other method is to be content with what you already have.

The latter method only sounds defeatist to a materialist. To someone who isn’t fulfilled by materialistic goals it actually sounds like heaven on earth. It is also in line with Native American or Minimalist philosophy.

It’s not hard to get rich the first way either. If you really focus on something long enough you will eventually attract it ways to get it. This is known as the Law of Attraction.

To sum it up, you only get out of life what you truly want to have. If you feel unable to achieve a goal then maybe it is because you don’t really want it for yourself. Or maybe you are seeking what someone else wants for you, even though it may never make you happy.

The Bible doesn’t condemn or condone wealth. It is pretty much tied to an individual’s work ethic and life goals. True wealth radiates from the inside out as you come to know your Creator.

Someone else also was quoted as saying that the real secret to getting rich is to realize that you already are. It doesn’t matter how mainstream media tries to convince you how poor you are. That is all propaganda to serve an agenda.

No good thing withheld

Psalm 84:11. . .”No good thing will I withhold from those that walk uprightly with me.”

Since no one walks uprigtly with God except for His Son, Jesus, walking uprightly means that you are mature in Christ; That the Son of God is living in you and through you. Psalm 37:4 says God will give His children the desires of their heart if they seek after Him. God’s purpose for our lives is to be conformed to the image of His Son. As you grow into that likeness, you realize what your true desires are and you realize what good in this world you should pursue and what you shouldn’t. That means you can ultimately get everything you want out of life as long as you’re filled with the Spirit and your main purpose in it is to glorify God and not yourself. It doesn’t mean you’ll get it right when you want it or how you want it. That’s how God tests your patience and your faith in Him by saying no to some things-at least for a season.