God is my source for all I need and desire.
I may be stuck in my thinking about prosperity. I may think of it as possessing things like a home, car, or fashionable clothing. This is “material prosperity.” There is a more rewarding kind of prosperity—spiritual prosperity. We receive this gift when we understand God is our inexhaustible, always-present source of all we need and desire. Spiritual prosperity appears in many ways—only some of which are “things.” I am blessed by answered prayers, loving relationships, and the contentment of a job well done. I know God is my source for all I need and desire. Peace of mind is mine as I embrace spiritual prosperity.
Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes. … For wherever your treasure is, there your heart will be also.—Matthew 6:20, 21