How To Buy Without Money

This is not an article about using other people money to obtain gain nor is it an article about trading goods for other goods. This is an article about a biblical principle; how we can buy without money because money is not the currency of heaven, the blood of Jesus is its currency.

Isaiah 55:1 read Ho! Everyone who thirsts, come to the waters and you who have no money, come, buy and eat. Yes, come; buy wine and milk without money and without price. We must first understand that Jesus is the living water. He said in John 4:13 whoever drinks of this water will thirst again but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst but the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.

Isaiah 55:1 gave an invitation to whomever thirsts by saying; come to the water, come to Jesus and when we do; it will enable us to buy without money because His blood has paid the price for all of our provision. His blood is the currency of heaven, not money so if there is a need in our life his blood has already covered it but He said in Mark 11:23-24 for assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain be removed and be cast into the sea and does not doubt in his heart but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says. Therefore, I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them and you will have them. If you would notice in this passage of scripture money was not a requirement to get what you need or want; only what you say and believe is the requirement and that is how we buy without money.

I have a friend in Christ that have a very low income presently but the things that she gets is astronomical; one day she was telling me about something that she had been blessed with and immediately Isaiah 55:1 came to my mind. I told her about this scripture and she praised the Lord for it because she is a living witness that you can buy without money because of the blood of Jesus, which is our heavenly currency.

The word of God says that our citizenship is in heaven so it would stand to reason that that is where our provision would come from. Christians should not look to the world for their provision but they should look to God who would use the world for their provision.

I am not politically inclined as far as following the present candidates for the presidency because I know that regardless of who is elected, I will be taken care of by God. I do however pray for this nation and for those who are in authority as the scripture command but I do not look to this world’s system for my help. My help comes from the Lord who made heaven and earth and all that is in it.

If there is something that we need or want and does not have the money to get it then we should pray to the Lord as Jesus said in Mark 11:24 therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them and you will have them. So we do not need money to be blessed with the things that we want because the blood of Jesus is our currency and it will never run out or fail.

His blood covers everything that concerns us. I remember when I lived in a mobile home and for about five or six years I paid only five dollars a month for my energy bill and my home was totally electric. The blood of Jesus did that for me; now I live in my husband’s family home and it is paid for so there is no rent or mortgage.

I live a leisure life because of the blood of Jesus and money is not always required to buy; if it were not so, Isaiah 55:1 would not have been written.

A Rich Life – With Or Without Money

Have you ever looked at people who seem to be less fortunate than you, and they seem to be happier than those who have more? At the same time, have you ever looked at people who seem to have everything, yet they look miserable and unhappy? This is because you don’t have to have money to be rich. You can have a rich life with or without money.

3 Ways You Can Have a Rich Life With or Without Money

There are many ways you can have a rich life with or without money. What many people don’t realize is that it is not the money you have or the possessions you have that give you a rich life. A person who lives paycheck to paycheck, can have a richer life than someone who has millions of dollars.

Anyone can live richly with or without money if they have love and family. I don’t have a lot of money, like many people today, but I do have love. I have my husband and 3 of the most beautiful children in the world. Everyday they come home from school and rush to give me hugs like they haven’t seen me in a week and want to tell me about their day. That is something that money can’t buy and something a lot of people don’t have. And to watch my husband making brownies with our 3 years old little girl, and getting more brownie mix on the counter and floor than in the bowl, and powdered sugar on their faces than on top of the brownies are moments and memories that make my life rich.

For those whose lives are not rich through family, they can also have a rich life with or without money through their job. Although their job may not be very glamorous or be high paying, it is a job they truly love. They love what they are doing because they have great people to work with and are making a difference in people’s lives. A rich life through a job isn’t as common, because a lot of people want to just make as much money as they can and will usually want more, even if it means a job they don’t like as well. But if you love your work, and feel you make a difference and help people, you may have a rich life and just not realize it.

For others, living richly with or without money comes from their giving hearts. Whether it’s volunteering at a hospital, reading to the elderly, or delivering food for the Meals on Wheels program, their lives are rich by helping others who really need it. There are so many opportunities to volunteer at, and is an incredible way to have a rich life with or without money. To be giving of your time not only enriches your life, but can also enrich the lives of people around you, and those you help.

Many have been confused on having a rich life with or without money, because so much revolves around money, and having a rich life is different, and often times even more rewarding, than just being rich.

Living Without Credit Cards

Living without credit cards is one of the key factors in paying off debt fast.

It is important to stop using your cards, if you have accumulated certain amount of  card debt.  Continue using these cards, most likely, your debt will grow each month and prevent you from building wealth.

So, how do you live without credit cards? Here’s how:

1.) Track your spending habits as well as your expenses to see where you spend your money. Change the habits that are leading you to constantly use your cards.

2.) Create a budget. Set up a realistic spending limit on all of your expenses. The key to see it working is to identify where your money goes.

3.) Follow thru your budget plan. Use cash for most of your expenses to track spending. Following your budget plan is the best way to prevent you from running out of money every month. Although tracking these activities can be tiresome and time consuming, it’s crucial to help you gain control of your money again.

4.) Stop carrying credit cards with you. Simply not having these cards will help you stop buying any unnecessary items.

5.) Know your priorities. Remember you need food, shelter and utility services every day. These come before your new dresses, shoes, or fancy cars. Stick to your priority list, so you only spend on what you need and will be able to pay off debt faster.

6.) Put aside some money for an emergency fund, just so you don’t have to use your credit cards during an emergency.

7.) Set up a goal to get out of debt. Getting out of debt is a huge step; however, make time to create a debt management plan and take action on it.

Living without credit cards may not be convenient at first, but once you get into the habit of using cash, you’ll not only spending less, but also paying off debt sooner.