We often hear from people that they wish that they could pray to Saint Matthew for money problems, and yet they are worried about the consequences. Are you one of them? If you are then you need to understand that prayer to Saint Matthew can and will work to help you out of your money problems.
Although Saint Matthew can grant a powerful intercession (Saint Matthew was one of the 12 disciples), he is not the only one that can offer a financial boon. Here are other prayers to other patron saints that can help:
- Prayer to St. Pantaleon for Winning the Lottery.
- Prayer to St. Cajetan for Employment.
- Prayer to St. Jude Thaddeus for Urgent Financial Help.
You can also pray for the powerful Archangels for money, protection, and much more:
- Prayer to Archangel Uriel for Money.
- Prayer to Archangel Raziel for Money.
- Prayers to Archangel Michael (powerful).
Lastly, it is important to remember that there is nothing wrong with praying for financial help.
Who is the patron saint for financial help?
St Matthew is the patron saint to pray to for financial help.
Prior to preaching the word of God, he worked as a tax collector in Capernaum. Matthew is the patron saint of tax collectors and accountants so it is easy to see why Saint Matthew can offer financial help.
God of Mercy
You chose a tax collector,
Saint Matthew, to share
the dignity of the apostles.
By his example
and prayers help us follow
Christ and remain faithful in
We ask this through
Our Lord Jesus Christ,
Your Son, who lives
and reigns with You
and the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever.
People have been asking for money through prayer to Saint Matthew for centuries, so you know that it works. It also works because God wants you to have the things you need. If you have enough money to work, then you are blessed. You also need to know that it won’t come right away, so you shouldn’t expect it to all fall into place the first week you go to prayer. It took time for people to have enough money to work and live, so don’t expect it to fall into place all at once.
Saint Matthew was quite experienced in financial affairs.
A tax collector by trade (one of the most reviled professions in ancient Judaism), born in Nazereth Israel first century BC, Saint Matthew was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus and quoted in the Bible as saying:
No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.Matthew 6:24