Breaking Mammon’s Power

No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. – Matthew 6:24

You can’t serve God and mammon. Mammon is a spirit that causes you not to sow. A spirit that tells you there’s another way to get free financially. People go to college and are still broke. They have a good job, and are still broke. Why? Because the only way to get financially free and stay that way is by doing it God’s way, which is by sowing and reaping in the kingdom of God.

The spirit of mammon is the one who’s stealing your money. He is constantly trying to offer you substitutes for revelation and being led by the Spirit in your financial affairs. He’s a demonical god over money.

Once you break his power, your finances will come off the hook. You break his power by sowing seed and doing whatever the Spirit of God tells you to do regarding your finances.

Say this: I must submit to being a financier of the kingdom. In other words, my finances belong to God. And I’m going to become a financier right where I am. I’m going to start right where I am and God is going to use me to finance His building and His work under His realm. 


  

2 thoughts on “Breaking Mammon’s Power

  1. Right Now, Apostle I Totally Grasp This Fresh Revelation Of Matthew 6:24. Wherever There Is Any Trace Of The Mammon Spirit, I Renounce It Right Now. On Purpose I Freshly Position Myself To Receive My Finances God’s Way, Which By The Sowing And Reaping Principles Of The Kingdom Of God.. I Will Do Whatever God Tells Me To Do About My Finances . I Have Voiced The Confession Out Loud. My Soul Will live True This Confession.

  2. Amen Apostle Thompson! I receive that I must submit to being a financier of the kingdom. In other words, my finances belong to God. And I’m going to become a financier right where I am. I’m going to start right where I am and God is going to use me to finance His building and His work under His realm. I Receive it in Jesus’ Name! Hallelujah! Amen!

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