|Transfer True Riches|
Great riches flow across generations. Property passing at a person’s death to children or grandchildren is an obvious example of inter-generational transfer of riches, but there are many others. Older people teach younger people many things, such as reading and how to be responsible adults. Children do not teach other children to read, and teenagers do not teach other teenagers how to be responsible adults. Elders have wisdom and experience in the natural which can benefit the youth. In addition to natural riches, true riches can be passed from one generation to another. True riches are more than material things. True riches are supernatural and eternal. Salvation, anointing, wisdom and authority are a few of the true riches. God’s first commandment containing a promise involves inter generational relationships: “Honor your father and mother, so that it may be well with you and that you may live long on the earth” (Ephesians 6:2-3). This study examines inter-generational transfer of true riches. Both hindrances to the transfer of these riches and the process of transferring true riches are considered.
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