Author Archives: briansauder
If You Are Not Saying It…You Are Not Creating It.
If you are not saying it…you are not creating it. Really? Yes! If we believe what the Bible teaches we have to deal with the words we speak. Our tongue is like a rudder and we are the ship that … Continue reading
God Calls Things That Are Not as Though They Were
Is this line of blogging causing your mind to tilt? It doesn’t make intellectual sense but it does make spiritual sense. How about this scripture in Romans, chapter 4, that describes God and how He does things on the earth. … Continue reading
You Are The Prophet of Your Own Life
Does it seem weird to speak to things? Well what about Jesus cursing the fig tree in the gospel of Mark? He spoke to the fig tree. He didn’t pull it up. He didn’t ask His disciples to cut it … Continue reading
Declare The End From The Beginning
Many Bible figures used the biblical truth of “declaring out loud an expected end” when directing their current situation and circumstances to change. It is Biblical and it worked for them. David had the following words to say at his … Continue reading
Does It Really Matter What We Say About Finances ?
Does it really matter what we say about our finances? This is a very good and logical question. I will attempt to answer this question in a concise, biblical manner. Let’s look at some scriptures that teach about the words … Continue reading
Don’t Deny Reality…Change it!
In one of my first blogs I told the story of the veteran missionary who told his wife and children that they would always be poor because of their call to missions. Here is his story quoted from my earlier … Continue reading
A Prosperous Person Will Speak Blessing Over Their City
Government officials are sometimes called the city Fathers. Fathers want their sons to succeed. It seems appropriate that those in political offices would work for the good and prosperity of the city. The following is the prayer that William Penn … Continue reading
Christianity Birthed the Middle Class
Historically, Christianity has brought much prosperity to society. Alvin Schmidt points out that before Christianity the Greek/Roman viewpoint of physical labor was very low. It was only suitable for slaves and the lower classes. The Christian view of labor and … Continue reading
Was the Prison a Better Place with Joseph in Charge?
We have been talking about Joseph being a blessed to be a blessing to those around him. He prospered in Potiphar’s household. Just when it seemed like Joseph had advanced as far as he could with Potiphar, God allowed something … Continue reading
God’s Presence Brings Prosperity
God’s presence brings a sense of blessing to individuals and to the place where they live. If we examine the Ark of the Covenant in the Old Testament we find something interesting. The ark of God remained with the family … Continue reading