The past few years were the most challenging financial years of my life. Some financial woes were self-inflicted, while many, many others were due to situations beyond my control. The result of it all being acquired debt. Womp. Womp. Womp. Now that my financial situation is in a much better place, it is time for me to payoff my debt. I’m declaring this year as #DebtFree2017 and I want you to join me on the journey.
I’ve paid off over $30,000 of consumer debt before, so I know what it takes to get the job done. However, this year, I have a God-sized goal. I’m not just going after consumer debt, I’m attacking ALL of my debt. That means, it will only be by the grace and power of God that I achieve my goal. It’s a goal so big, that I will not be able to accomplish it by my own might but by the power of God that works in me.
I want you to set a God-sized goal, too. Go big or go home! Make your goal so big that if you told someone else, they would say, “Girl, there’s no way you can do that.” Choose a goal that would make people question your sanity. Don’t settle for a mediocre expectation.
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars – Norman Vincent Peale
After experiencing the bondage that comes with debt, I want everyone to be free.
The rich rules over the poor, And the borrower becomes the lender’s slave. – Proverbs 22:7
The Bible is very clear about what it means to be in debt and the bottom line is that debt is not God’s will for any of His children. We are not all called to be rich, because the Bible says God makes both wealth and poverty, but nowhere in the Bible does God say it’s ok to be in debt. In fact, the Bible tell us to owe nothing to anyone; I’m no Biblical scholar, but that means debt is a no no.
I believe the two most powerful forces that the enemy uses as a distraction from our walk with God is sex (pre-marital sex, that is) and money. When we walk in accordance with God’s word, we can be free from the snares of both. This #DebtFree2017 movement is a journey for us to achieve financial freedom together. True financial freedom is not dependent on how much money you make, because after working in the financial industry for a period of time, I’ve seen many broke millionaires. True financial freedom comes when you are debt-free.
To join me on this journey, click the button below.
You will get access to a private, supportive community of others like you who will be paying off their debt. You will also get free tools and resources to help you along your way….and it’s all free.
Do this for your family. Do this for your legacy. Do this for you. Let God get the glory from it all. I can’t wait for you to join me!