Sunday, January 13, 2013

Is Your Belief in God keeping you Poor?

1 Timothy 6:10
New International Version (NIV)

10 "For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs."

Do you despise someone who is able to make more money by doing less than you?

Do the word abundance make you cringe when you hear it spoken?

Do you make yourself a servant to another man - 40 to 80 hours a week for the rest of your life, for the "love of money"?

Is your relationship with your children and your spouse suffering due to you being a servant to a job so that you can make money?

Do you have the time to do what you were created to accomplish?

Money in and of itself is not evil. Pursuing wealth, however, while ignoring contentment is a recipe for disaster.

We are Formed by The Almighty to be builders - to manifest an abundant life where we have the ability to be a blessing to those around us, and not a burden.

The possibilities in life are endless and the blessings of The Almighty are abundant - reach in and grab a hand full any time you so desire.

The Hebrew king, King Solomon, according to historians, was at least the wealthiness person in the world at that point in history. The Tanahk says that it was Yahuwah (the Holy One of Israel) who gave Solomon his wealth. King Solomon didn’t ask for it nor did he lavish wealth.

The book of Proverbs in the Tanakh show us that, "He who works his land will have abundant food, but he who chases fantasies lacks judgment" (12:11).

Proverbs also tell us that, "A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children" (13:22).

In order to leave an inheritance we must achieve an abundance, not only to leave to our children, but to our children’s children. This requires work, discipline, investing, planning and the saving up of our money.

We have to manifest an abundance, an increase in our wealth, in order to have tithes to place in the storehouse for our people in times of lean years. We also have to have abundance in order to bless those who have less than they need to live.

Being wealthy, when done correctly, is the attributes of wealth received do to diligent work, wisdom, personal sacrifice, patience, perseverance, self control and wisdom - "the blessing of Yahuwah brings wealth" (Proverbs 10:22).

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Friday, January 4, 2013

The God Concept

Good is relative to the person being affected.

God is but a concept.

Religion is the culture of Rome.

In reality, there is only one "Substance" and everything else is but an attribute of that substance.

Each person has a unique view of only a portion of the One Substance, then we all argue over which view is "correct".