This is taken from a real situation but illustrates my point exactly. The Charity had little money. Two Projects needed money to function effectively. One Manager complained to the Charity Director that the Charity should give him money and he kept
on complaining. The second Manager, knowing there was little or no money to be had said 'Right we need to out and get money and knock on every door until we get it!'. This she did and the Project grew and funding was found.
Now my point is this that
the Second Manager was a visionary and Entrepreneur,who despite there being no resources went out and found some! Now this is the difference. There is a great book called 'Rich Dad,Poor Dad' that illustrates this truth. The book is not a Gospel but it
does hit on a fundemental truth. Read it and the Authors associate books! http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/book/9781612680019?redirected=true&gclid=CPOh9uyWy7oCFQ7LtAodx0AAig
I would also like to make it clear in case I am misunderstood. This business approach has nothing
to do with the modern 'Christan' false teaching called the 'Prosperity gospel' - in fact it is the opposite.