Beloved God, I come here in all humility, with all the love that fits in my heart, to ask you in prayer, in a merciful and kind way, that you strengthen, sow and bless the conditions so that this blessing can come in the form of changing my life, only you are strong and powerful enough for this, only you are able to know the desires of my heart, only you, my Lord, my beloved Lord, know how much I need.
What is true wealth? To have a car of the year, a house with several rooms, a company with a lot of profit at the end of the year, to travel abroad, to always have the best cell phone? Is this material wealth, this prosperity of goods through faith reserved to the evangelical? Should evangelical temples be gold-plated so that their value is recognized? We will deal with these issues in this article, but let's advance an answer to all these questions: no. Material wealth is not a bad thing, but it is not the value of the true evangelical.