Prosperity theology in six words is “God wants you to be rich”.

Because of this, many Christians become businessmen.

But does God want us to be businessmen?

Yes, God wants us to be rich. And it is usually better to have your own business than to work for somebody other.

So, you could ask: Does God want me to be a businessman?

You probably won’t believe me: God wants you to become a mathematician.

Why? Very simple:

(Prov. 8:10-11) “10 Receive my instruction, and not silver; and knowledge rather than choice gold. 11 For wisdom is better than rubies; and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared to it.”

Thus God wants that you spend more time in learning and researching than in earning money. God wants you to be a scientist or even a mathematician.

A biblical prophecy says that I have the right for 1% of your income (or 10% if you receive tithes).

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