Author Archives: briansauder

What if I Win the Lottery?

What if you win the lottery, so what…you still will have no wisdom to manage money. If you gain something without growing into it, you will find it slipping through your fingers. Of what use is money in the hand … Continue reading

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Faith and Patience

God’s normal way of growth is the way of gradual, sure, systematic growth and maturity. God’s nature is seed time and harvest. According to Hebrews 6, it is through faith and patience that we receive from God. We do not … Continue reading

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Look For Slow, Steady Progress

Listen to Russell Conwell’s analysis of getting a large inheritance written many years ago. He considered it to be a curse. The moment a young man or woman gets more money than he or she has grown to by practical … Continue reading

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Don’t Expect to Get Rich Quick

Do not look for the big break, the miraculous provision, the chance deal, an inheritance or the lottery to get rich quick. In a few words…the desire to get rich quick is really an ungodly lust for financial success without … Continue reading

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Financial Courage

Recently, I was privileged to hear a wealthy man speaking with some service men and women who were wounded in combat. His subject was possessing courage to take risks. Interestingly, He spoke about financial courage as being different than other … Continue reading

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Full Throttle

I live in the middle of rich Pennsylvania farmland. There was a farmer in our area who constantly worked his equipment with the throttle wide open. He even drove from the barn to the field as fast as he could.  … Continue reading

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Believe in Yourself

It is essential that you believe in yourself. It’s the poverty mindset that says you can’t change. It is the poverty mindset that tells you that you are too old to go back to school and change jobs. If you … Continue reading

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