The Prodigal Son discovered that he had no options and no favor when his money ran out. Likewise, we too can be trapped in a lifestyle of lack when we don’t know how to live as much beloved sons and daughters of God. How can we overcome this spirit and develop prosperity of soul?
The Prodigal Son connected himself to someone who clearly did NOT care about his well-being. How can we avoid the bondage of an “unequal yoke,” and what does the “equal yoke” Jesus offers actually look like?
Prodigals are always victims of their circumstances, instead of victors over them. Selfish and self-centered living always leads to poverty of soul. What are the symptoms of the poverty spirit, and how can we get free of this stronghold?