Answer: Yes, but…This situation requires you to prayerfully prepare an earnings allocation strategy and to implement some day-to-day systems as well as a contingency plan. These might sound like big words, but it’s a lot easier to be pro-active than it is to make these decisions on the ‘fly’. The enemy wants you to do ‘all or nothing’ and to create guilt and judgement around your finances. This question can also invoke bitterness, comparisons, envy, scarcity, fear and a whole roster of other negative mindsets. Yet the solution will help address the practical reality of these kinds of decisions as well as establish a framework to strengthen your relationship with the Lord, not give the enemy more control. Dealing with money issues has taken up too much of our mental and emotional energy. Decisions like this are very easily built in to personalized, manageable systems that then enable you to ‘have your money and live your life’.
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