You are the Creator of Circumstances

Your dreams will never be experienced in life, unless you have plenty of money, Again, because of the wrong information most individuals believe that money is made through long hours, overtime, and hard manual labor. That’s not how money is made. That is how the human body gets torn down. Money first has to begin in your consciousness. The reason so many ministries fail is because most ministers do not realize that you cannot even do ministry unless you have money. You cannot have a strong prophetic ministry if you have no money. Why, because no one will hear you. Get out of the box that limits you! Settle it in your heart right now, that you must have money! You must have money to become the possessor of things. Let me tell you what religion did. Religion told you that you can be blessed, but in the same sentence it also told you not to want money. There’s confusion in that statement.

 

If you do not have money, you cannot be the possessor of things, which is God ultimate aim for you and I.  Money is merely a means of exchange, exchanging your money for things that may be of greater value. You have to become a master negotiator, and your negotiation will help you to know how to generate value in yourself and in others.

 

 

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What do you think are the qualities of a master negotiator?

The Success Mindset

Quite unfortunately, black people in America and abroad have been barred from Kingdom theology. The reason why they have been barred from this pearl of great price is because kingdom theology gives the believer rule and dominion.  Kingdom also encompasses ownership. It also takes on the concept of owning everything within your eyesight: from sea to shining sea. Another dynamic of the Kingdom denotes the concept “by any means necessary.”  Whatever it takes I will claim authority over this region or area.For the most part, the oppressor has always been uneasy, wondering what may happen if the oppressed ever caught hold to this “take over” concept.

 

And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.

Matthew 11:12

 

You are not really in the Kingdom of God unless you are going to get violent, radical, or outright angry about your present condition. You cannot be at peace with poverty yet experience prosperity. It is against Universal Law. You must hate poverty with a vengeance in order to breakout into prosperity. You must remember, there is only one thing you can learn from the poor, and that is this, “Don’t be one of them.” Jesus reminded us, “The poor you will always have with you.” Why is that? Because you will always have unproductive minds, minds that refuse to mix themselves with the soil, or with the environment, that God has placed before them.

 

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You are the Creator of Circumstances

You came down from above. Therefore, in this realm, you must master, because all masters manipulate spirit and turn spirit and thoughts, which are without form, and freeze them into form into this mortal realm. If you are going to get rich, the first thing you must do is know that God’s kingdom is a very real force.  God and His kingdom are forever young on the inside of you. Your job is to find the forever young inside of you and allow the child-like imagination to create the world of your new experience.

Take credit for everything that is going on in your life right now, for both the good and the bad. You created every single one of them.

 

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What are the things or situations that you’ve blamed others for?

Heaven Exists Here and Now

How can you experience heaven on earth? Do you feel like you are in heaven or in hell right now? Being rich is a science. There is nothing more organized than the system God has in place for prosperity — it’s not an economic system, it’s a spiritual system. Unfortunately, the poor is ignorant of this system, or if they do know, they don’t believe in it. As a result, they live impoverished lives.

It disturbs me that many of my  people are poor and broken.  It concerns me that my people live life disgusted rather than joyously. Therefore, I must give you precious gemstones, the principles of empowerment. I could easily be a common and conventional minister, and preach messages and to you about a heaven on the other side  of this experience. That is exactly what the oppressor wants you to believe.  Instead, I chose to get heaven inside of you. If I can get heaven in you, you  can be guaranteed that you’ll have heaven on the other side too.

 

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Awareness = Success

Success is closer to you than you actually realize. The whole issue concerning success is really not as complicated as people

may think it is. The primary difference between success and failure can be

summed up in one word—information. The word information has within

it two similar words form and formation. The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was. . .

(Genesis 1:2) In the very beginning the earth

had no form and it was empty.  Wherever there is no form there will always

be an absence of knowledge or in other words darkness.   The only cure for

ignorance or the absence of knowledge is, Then God said, “Let.”

The simple utterance of God’s voice giving permission to allow is the

main ingredient that releases all things to come into being. When God

speaks He speaks information, truth that changes the very nature of what

is, into what will be. Both words form and formation give a clue that information has the ability to bring form and structure to things.  When

I use this word information I do not simply mean the gathering of facts

and data but rather information used and applied.  It makes no sense at

all to have information yet not use it.  It is when you apply information

that you tap into the wellspring of bountiful blessings and unlimited sup-

ply. And since I have the information, the secrets of the successful; it is

my responsibility to prepare you for wealth.

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How does the words “let God” change your life today?

HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD

The task which Jesus has bestowed upon Christians is not easy. However, it is simple enough to fit in a single sentence: “We who are strong have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak, and not to please ourselves” (Rom. 15:1 ESV). As Christians, we have the spiritual duty to tend to the needs and struggles of the non-Christians around us. Despite our differences in many aspects, we are called to love them with the love of Christ.

When Jesus began His public ministry, He read aloud the scroll of the prophet Isaiah. From it, he recited this passage specifically: “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor” (Lk. 4:18-19; cf. Isa. 58:6 ESV). By saying these words, Jesus called to the forefront of the Hebrew minds Isaiah’s prophetic promise of national deliverance and restoration. Jesus declared that He had fulfilled that prophecy through His very Christology, and that through Him, the world would certainly change.

Jesus effected the highest form of social change in the world. T.S. Eliot captures the nature of the change Jesus ushered into the world through his eloquent poem, Journey of the Magi. Based from the story, the symbolic depiction of the global change achieved through the Christian mission is reminisced by one of the Magi, who witnessed Christ’s birth. In the final stanza, the Magi asks, “Birth or Death? … [I] had thought they were different; this birth was hard and bitter agony for us.”  In Christ’s birth, the abolition of the old Roman religion was consummated; eventually, Christianity took a dominant role in the world. Jesus took away old traditions and customs of the pre-Christian world. He ushered into the social landscape both a new understanding of how others should be treated and an obligation to tend to the needs of the poor.

If we are bent on emulating Christ, we must also emulate His impact on the world. We must confront social inadequacy and deplorable customs if we are to fulfill the Great Commission and carry out the movement which Jesus began. Of course, it is the will of God for His Church to transform the social landscape and form it into His image.

Social landscapes adjust to the individuals residing in them. Therefore, if a culture should be changed, an initial change must occur among those comprising the society. We are unable to claim a desire for one thing, yet we practice another contrarily. As Christians, we must be a consistent and pursue holiness, goodness, and justice. If we desire these things and evangelize our local communities, our social landscapes will definitely adjust accordingly. However, if we fail to live our lives based on what, we will not be able to provide any authentic or meaningful influence into the culture where we belong.

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THE POWER OF SOCIAL CHRISTIANITY

Christianity is a social powerhouse. The actions and institutions ushered into the social landscape of the world in Jesus’ name are verified throughout the historical religious world. Even today, the Christian Church continues to be the largest benefactor of social care in the world. The ethical worldview of the Church has given rise to countless hospitals, orphanages, and homeless shelters. This suggests that the power of Christianity in the social landscape—global or local—is unparalleled in its duration and efficiency. The Lord prophesied such exemplification when he commanded, “Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse the one who would borrow from you” (Matt. 5:42 ESV).

            Organized labor has changed the world, not necessarily for the better or worse. The change caused by the rise of industrialism and commercialism has given Christianity a context. Inter-personal relationships in the areas of charity and care have slowly diminished, while large corporate entities have taken their place. Rather than physically going to one’s neighbor and helping him, one can send a care package to an impoverished child over the internet. This aspect of social change flies in the face of the personal nature of the social gospel Jesus preached; however, the powerful forces of such corporate entities cannot be denied.

Christian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have, for a long time, contributed to the alleviation of global suffering by expressing compassion and sympathy in action. The World Council of Churches and Caritas Internationalis spend over a billion dollars a year in aid and development. After World War II, 90% of assistance provided to needy families was from similar Christian NGOs. A study conducted concerning Catholic Relief Services showed that one-third of AIDS victims in the world are treated and cared for by the Catholic Church. As an institutional organism, the Christian Church has definitely succeeded in addressing social issues.

Walter Rauschenbusch offers a fair criticism of the modern industrial context by claiming that, “Industry ought to exist for the support of life; actually, it exists to make money, and it is in constant danger of sacrificing the life of the many to the profits of the few.” Love does exist in society, but, Rauschenbusch continues says, “Alongside of great sympathy for single cases of suffering runs an astounding indifference to suffering and death in the mass. We strain out the gnat of football accidents and swallow the camel of Pittsburg steel industries without winking.”

Who among us is not moved when we watch a slideshow of pictures of impoverished people on a screen in church in order to try and save them? Certainly, a particular love exists in the hearts of men in such situations. But do we concern ourselves with such singular, individual cases and not sympathize with the whole world over the many social issues hounding it? Like what Rauschenbusch says, everybody is aware of the danger that comes with playing football, head trauma being the most common. But who is aware of the countless limbs industrial workers lose annually, or the danger faced by workers who earn far less than a typical football player? Such awareness is next to non-existence in the social landscape today. Rauschenbusch, who wrote an entire century ago, depicts a figure of those injured in American work accidents as much as half a million on an annual basis.

The Church needs to be aware of these things. The Church needs to care and to show sincere compassion towards those suffering from lesser-known social crises. Otherwise, we turn a blind eye to our neighbor—intentional or not—and fail to uphold Christ’s commission that we love the struggling. Jesus was never apathetic to the sufferings of those around Him. His message has historically been accompanied by the social tenderness and sympathy which Jesus himself breathed into the Christian community.

 

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SOCIAL MEDIA: THE MODERN-DAY MARKETPLACE

According to Walter Rauschenbusch, the social gospel is the old message of salvation, but enlarged and intensified. The individualistic gospel taught us to see the sinfulness of every human heart; in addition, it also inspired us to have faith in the power and love of God to save every soul that comes to him. However, this individualistic gospel has not given us sufficient understanding of the sinfulness of the social order and its share in the sins of all individuals within this order. In effect, how does society sustain the sinfulness of men?

The Apostle Paul warned the young prophet Timothy to inform and instruct him in the perilous time he would observe, something that we are still living in today. His warning on the dangers of the marketplace during their time has remained relevant even today. Those were the sins Timothy would confront and expose in preaching God’s Word. Those were the sins that he would need to avoid in his life, as young as he was and much more vulnerable to temptation.

1You must understand this, that in the last days distressing times will come. For people will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boasters, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, inhuman, implacable, slanderers, profligates, brutes, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, holding to the outward form of godliness but denying its power. Avoid them! For among them are those who make their way into households and captivate silly women, overwhelmed by their sins and swayed by all kinds of desires, who are always being instructed and can never arrive at a knowledge of the truth.

(2 Timothy 3:1-7)

Open your social media accounts and you will see people who are “lovers of themselves,” “lovers of money,” “boasters.” You will also see those who are arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, the list can go on. Whom/What does your social media account glorify? Does it glorify God or does it glorify only you? Moreover, what does it mean to be prophets in the marketplace today? It means to be prophets of God in the social media where the people hang out.

People who excessively love themselves are individuals who are utterly self-centered. Everything they do is driven by self-love, rather than self-sacrifice. Because they are so self-engrossed, nothing interferes with their pursuit of self. They do not allow the Word of God to call them out of bondage of their sins. In a society that encourages “selfies” and using “#blessed” captions to “humbly brag” about the things they own or the place they have been, the prophet in the social media marketplace must recognize these sins in the sinners, as well as themselves. However, they must still be compassionate towards the sinners themselves. Today’s prophets in the marketplace must be sincere with spreading the social gospel, wherein we realize that we can only find the true meaning of life in the love of God and in spreading this love to others.

In the King James Version of the Bible, a single word represents those who are “lovers of money,” who are said to be simply “covetous.”Covetousness is about being consumed by the desire for more, to make material wealth the chief object of one’s affection. What did Paul say about this sin that we see so widespread in the marketplace? The reason a lot of people are primarily in the marketplace is that they desire more material gain.

Of course, there is great gain in godliness combined with contentment; for we brought nothing into the world, so that we can take nothing out of it; but if we have food and clothing, we will be content with these. But those who want to be rich fall into temptation and are trapped by many senseless and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction. 10 For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, and in their eagerness to be rich some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many pains. (1 Timothy 6:6-10 NRSV)

 

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How do you differentiate self-love from sacrifice in the context of your life?