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A Prayer for Financial Wisdom

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Today’s prayer is one of my favorite’s from the late Dr. Raymond Charles Barker. Peace & Blessings to all!


The Divine Spirit prospers me in every possible way.




I praise the wealth of God.




I now claim it for my own.




My money is God’s money.




I believe in the goodness of God’s wonderful money.




I am not self-stingy.




I like money and appreciate all I can do with it for myself and those I love.




I never condemn money in any way.




I know its spiritual origins.




I rejoice in all the good things I can do with it.




It circulates in all my affairs.




It pays all my debts and gives me freedom of action.




I have a healthy respect for God’s money, and I use it with wisdom.




I always use the power of money rightly.




I am open and receptive to unexpected money coming to me in unusual and wonderful ways.




I now erase from my subconscious mind every concept of limitation or lack.




I never criticize the way other people spend their money.




I mind my own business.




My financial consciousness is healthy and expanding.




And so it is.




Amen.

~ Dr. Raymond Charles Barker



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Chris White

posted October 9, 2009 at 8:58 am


I sometimes feel thatwhen you go through something you should always pray and if you think that it is impossilbe just try it and you will see the power from within shine on different people.



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Earline Griffin

posted October 16, 2009 at 12:34 pm


I am so grateful that I came upon this poem by Raymond Charles Barker.
It really made my day and gave me a since of hope in this troubling time of my life. I been praying for a financial blessing to come my way so that I can get a car and a job to help support my family.. I do believe in my heart that a financial blessing is coming to me sooner than I think thanks be to God.



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