By Janie Baer
Many in the Church are thinking all I need is a little more money. The truth is you can run out of money but with the anointing of God you can get everything you need. It’s a different story if you run out of the anointing and have all the money you want. The truth is money cannot do for you what the anointing can do for you. You must see it’s more of the anointing you need.
Eccl 10:19 …but money answereth all things. KJV
The truth is money does not and cannot ever answer all things. Money cannot ever forgive your sins, save your life from an incurable disease, give you eternal life, buy you access to God, deliver you from the bondage of drugs and alcohol and porn; for money is not the answer to all things.
You don’t need a little more money but what is essential to your life is the manifested presence of God and His power day after day.
If you look at this scripture in Ecclesiastes 10:19 in the context it was written you will find that it is not saying money is the answer to all things. Let’s look at it:
Eccl 10:16-17,19 Woe to you, O land, when your king is a child, And your princes feast in the morning! 17 Blessed are you, O land, when your king is the son of nobles, And your princes feast at the proper time — For strength and not for drunkenness! 18 Because of laziness the building decays, And through idleness of hands the house leaks. 19 A feast is made for laughter, And wine makes merry; But money answers everything. NKJV
This scripture tells you a kingdom will end up in ruin whose king is immature and whose princes are all about their personal pleasure and personal gratification. These kings and princes because they’re lazy they squandered everything on themselves and do not maintain the kingdom so that it depreciates more and more.
You see this in countries today where the king is living it up in lavishness while the people of the nation are suffering terribly and suffer violence and are being controlled by the wicked king who is controlled himself, possessed and motivated by a demon spirit.
But the kingdom is blessed when the king has noble character and cares for his people and the princes eat for strength and are not squandering the wealth of the kingdom on them and having good times.
Partying and having good times means the leaders are unproductive and there’s no increase in the kingdom.
If the leaders are productive there will be enough money coming in to maintain things and meet the needs in the kingdom because of the blessing of God and obedience to the principles of being productive.