Take the 21-day financial fast challenge. Fasting at its essence is about self-denial. And Lord knows there’s a need these days for people to deny their desires. For it’s these wanton desires that have caused financial pain for so many. The 21-day financial fast is for you if you are stressed about your finances or you’re having money problems in your relationship with your spouse, friends, or family. Or maybe you are already a good money manager, but you’re looking for ways to do better with the resources God has given you. Whatever your financial situation, I challenge you to spend the next twenty-one days fasting.
Step 1- Breaking Bonds.
Start this day by putting yourself on a spending diet. You can’t shop for anything except necessities. You can’t use your credit card for 21 days. You should limit or eliminate the use of your debit card – just for the 21 days. You should use cash for purchases. This financial diet can help you break the bonds that are keeping you from achieving financial freedom. At times, you may want to quit. You may want to scream. You may even break the fast at some point during the twenty-one days. But no matter how many times you falter, make the commitment to get right back on track.
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