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If you’re done living paycheck to paycheck, making never-ending payments and being subject to lenders, it’s time to take these 5 steps to a debt-free life!

“Receive the power.” That was a recent word of the Lord to Kenneth Copeland concerning the debt freedom of His people. He continues: “The power to get wealth is THE BLESSING of Abraham, and it’s in you right now. Don’t look to the outside—it’s in you.”

Glory to God! Living debt free is possible, and it is God’s will that every one of us enjoy a prosperous life. If you’re facing a small debt or a mountain of debt, know this: There is no condemnation. If you are in a debt situation, get rid of all condemnation and go to a place of faith—because you are on your way out!

There is no question that it is God’s will for you to live debt free. His Word says He will make you the head and not the tail…and bless all the work of your hands…and you will lend and NOT borrow (Deuteronomy 28:12-13). That means He will help you get there!

Can you imagine loving with such a pure love that you expect nothing back in return and it’s impossible for you to feel hurt or let down by the response of the recipients of your love? You don’t love them for the purpose of getting something in return; you shower them with love simply because you love them. That love is entirely possible, because it’s God’s agape love, and He has shed His love abroad in your heart by the Holy Spirit (Romans 5:5). This is why I call agape a high-level love. It is a love that has no strings attached, a love that loves simply and purely—the God-kind of love.

Today, we are going to look at this God-kind of love through Paul’s words in Colossians 3:14, where he commanded us, “And above all these things put on charity, which is the bond of perfectness.”

The phrase “put on” is a translation of the Greek word enduo, a common term that was used in New Testament times to denote the act of putting on a garment or a piece of clothing. Although clothing styles have changed innumerable times over the millennia, the process of putting on your garments has always been the same. If you’re going to dress properly for the day, you have to make the choice to look into the closet and select the clothes you wish to wear. Then you have to deliberately take that outfit off the hanger and slip it onto your body. Your clothes won’t jump out of the closet and onto your body without your help. If you are going to wear them, you have to put them on!

Recently, I experienced difficulty in sending texts on my iPhone. Our youngest son, Arden, was in India speaking at a conference, and he needed to get in touch with me. He was texting me, but I couldn’t reply to his messages for hours due to a glitch in my phone.

It took more than fifteen minutes to type out a sentence or two, then my phone would suddenly back out of the messages app, losing everything I had typed, and I’d have to start the process all over again. I got one short text to him in four hours. I wanted to say more, but couldn’t.

Needless to say, I was very frustrated.

I tried everything to fix the problem, from closing apps, to shutting off my phone and rebooting, all the way to the “force quit”—the action you turn to when nothing else seems to work. I then proceeded to more complicated steps, but there was no relief from the annoying glitch.

Finally, in a state of desperation, I brought my phone to some experts—technicians who knew far more about how it worked than I did. I’d attempted to solve the problem for days, but they got to the root of the trouble in less than fifteen minutes. Turns out I had inadvertently done something that jammed up the phone’s operating system. After a quick fix, I was texting once again without any problems.


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