Assuming you have not put yourself into bondages in the first place you won’t be asking God to come and clean your gut. God won’t come to finish what He did not start.
Common sense should have told you not to buy what your money can’t buy. Because if you go about that way you will be living your life under financial bondage.
You don’t need wait until the Holy spirit nudge you that you should not live based on credit cards. Any right thinking person will know that that is wrong.
You can make up your mind not to live on credit cards again, not to borrow a dime from a natural being – I have made mine. Borrow erodes our dignity in Christ. Begging tarnish our garment of royalty. Borrowers are servants to the lenders. I’m not the one that said so. That is what the word says.
“The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.”- Prov.22:7
You are head. Get rid of the tail. You will lend to nations. Not one nation. But many countries. You will not borrow. What a good news! However, the promises are true but there is a condition to be met. There is a price to be paid. The price of hearkening. Diligent & rigorous hearkening with observations and demonstrations. With obedience and faith.
You look frail. You are hungry. You have only one cloth. Well, you can wash it, iron it then wear it and walk majestically. You drink ‘garri,’ you might also need a tooth pick. Look beautiful, not pitiful. Repent advertising your misfortunes to everyone. They have their own burdens. There is no challenge free life. To face challenges is normal. It’s scriptural to be challenged. It’s unscriptural to be defeated. The stability of Wisdom is tested in the days of challenges. A line I have never read in any book.
“Wisdom and knowledge shall be the stability of our times” (Is.33:11)
It’s not going to be like this forever. It has a beginning and it will surely come to an end. There is always a light in the and of the tunnel.