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You don’t want anyone but God and your mate to have your heart. (Matthew 6:21, NKJV; Mark 4:19, NKJV, Mark 4:19, TLB; 1 Timothy 6:7-10, TLB)

The treasures and pleasures of this world will fight for your heart, so you must learn to fight for your marriage.

Finances are one of the #1 problems couples fight about. One is a spender and the other is not.

Steps to keeping up with your finances and being more successful. (Galatians 6:9-10, NKJV; Malachi 3:8-11, NKJV)

Both mates have to be supportive.

Self-fund faster. Get what you have to live on as soon as possible, not what you want to live on.

Understand less is more in the long run. The less you learn to spend now the more you will have later.

Understand the truth about a small amount of consistency of the right thing over a long period of time is one of the most overlooked secrets to success. Be consistent in small amounts of savings. Be consistent with your love and saying I love you. Be consistent in your job. Be consistent in helping your mate. Be consistent in your date night.

You have to understand the truth about good and bad debt. The truth is the best debt is paid off debt. Good debt is debt that’s going to make you money or save you money. Use your God-given creative ability to make extra money if you need it.

You must both agree to tithe so you will not be under a financial spiritual curse. It helps us learn to put God first and open the door to being bless-able.