Does the Divine want you to be rich?

According to at least three books, the answer is yes.

There’s Paul Zane Pilzer’s God Wants You to Be Rich.

There’s God Wants You Rich by Scot Anderson.

There’s God Wants You to Be Rich by Bright Winner.

You get the idea.

All three books are very convincing.

Apparently God really wants you to be rich.

I don’t doubt it. I can’t imagine the Divine wanting me to suffer, especially since I already did that for decades.

I’m more inclined to believe a loving Divine would love me enough to want me rich and happy.

I think the better question is, “Do you want to be rich?”

There’s the rub.

In my latest book, Attract Money Now, I point out that the first step in beginning to attract money is to get your head on straight.

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That means clear up the negative and limiting beliefs you have about money.

Money is not the root of all evil, for example.

Money is not bad.

You are not bad.

If you think money is bad, or that you’re not deserving, do you really think you’ll allow yourself to have any?

I gave a fiery and “in your face” presentation about all of this at Pat O’Bryan’s Unseminar 6. If you were there, you remember it. If you weren’t, you can watch it on a DVD you can have free.

Just go get a copy of the hardcover printed edition of my new book right here. When you do, you’ll also get the DVD.

If you’re struggling with attracting money, it isn’t the Divine keeping you broke. It’s you.

Do something about it and go read my new book. It’s free here.

Or buy the hardcover (and get the free DVD) here.

Ao Akua,


PS — You might also consider personal coaching to speed up your results. It’s at Dr. Joe Vitale Miracles Coaching Program.attract money now hardcover offerNote:  If you buy any of the books mentioned above (other than my own), I don’t make a dime. Just FYI.


  1. Josh-Reply
    November 28, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    I like to think of it this way. When we are created, we do not come from negativity. We come from life itself. There is a reason for our manifestation. We are meant and made to enjoy life because we are made that way.

  2. November 28, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    Dr. Joe,
    Happy thanksgiving!

    Yes, we do believe that God wants us to be rich, that is why we have ordered the hard copy of this book, even though we have already read and downloaded the online version. We also have the program “The Secret to Attracting Money” and have been following your suggestions particularly clearing by EFT. Our lives have changed because of your teachings. And blessings come in different forms like what we shared here in our blogpost:

    Thank you so much for YOU!

  3. Dave Cook-Reply
    November 29, 2009 at 9:35 am

    I don’t know if there is a bigger putz than you on the internet.

    • Josh-Reply
      December 2, 2009 at 5:00 pm

      Dave they just came out with an invention! Know what it’s called? A razor! You should use it sometime!!! Also why don’t you wake up and be a more positive and prosperous person instead of posting negative stuff?!!! Even better…Go and read Attract Money Now!!! Then you will be signing a different tune than the sour notes you are sending out. Peace!!!

  4. Derek-Reply
    November 30, 2009 at 8:50 am

    How interesting that you don’t mention the ONE book where God actually talks about the topic – The Bible!

    The Bible makes it clear that of course, God wants you to be happy.

    At Ecclesiastes 7:12, it says that ‘money is for a protection.’ In other words, it’s a necessary part of life.

    The danger that God warns about in The Bible is YOUR MINDSET toward money.

    King Solomon had more wealth than most people can imagine – yet for most of his life he had God’s blessing.

    What made this possible is that while Solomon had great wealth, he wasn’t obsessed with acquiring it. The danger would have come if he were to rely too much on his wealth for security (which we’ve seen recently isn’t much of a security in many cases) and if the acquiring of more would have become the focal point of his life.

    The often quoted verse from the Bible about money is 1Tim 6:10, which doesn’t say money is bad, but the LOVE of money is.

    There are many people who believe you have to be Bernie Madoff to fall into the category of someone who loves money.

    But in reality, you fall into this category If your sense of security, happiness, and focal point in life is the pursuit of financial wealth.

    Once again, this isn’t to say money is wrong, or having lots of it is wrong (sometimes it happens). The Bible is warning about your personal mindset to acquire it.

    • Tom L Hopkins-Reply
      December 12, 2009 at 4:41 pm

      Derek, I believe that you’ve hit the nail on the proverbial head!I desire to be rich, but I don’t have any money to stsrt my quest! I desperately NEE a MENTOR! Got any ideas? Tom

  5. Julia-Reply
    January 8, 2010 at 6:43 am

    Dear Joe,
    Thank you very much for your work and continued efforts to help everyone to reach their goals and become free.
    I recently read your book Attract Money Now and currently finishing another one Attaining Your Desires which was given as a bonus. It helped me further understand the connection between thought processing and results. I like this type of reading. It helped me a lot in the past to get back on track with my life. I read a lot and also like to go through some tests to see how my awareness is progressing. Its been almost a year since I realized that WILL is the one that holds thought to a given purpose until it is materialized. The book Attaining Your Desires has confirmed this for me. I also know that my WILL power is weak (sometimes). What would you advise as a practical strategies to strengthen it? Some easy to apply steps? Appreciate it!
    With best

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