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Money Problems: Only for the poor?

Why are there so many people in the midst of money problems today? Is it really because of high living expenses and the gap between the “haves and the have-nots” driving people to live outside of their means? “Robbing Peter to pay Paul” is the way that many households are run, and one crisis can tip the scales from solvency to disaster.

Many seek financial counseling for answers, and some who take that route do find solutions which help them begin to live within their means. It is also true that financial problems are not entirely confined to those without what is deemed as adequate financial resources — for many with larger incomes also find themselves in the same boat of living from paycheck to paycheck.

Money Problems: Stewardship
Correcting money problems is a matter of being a good steward of the resources we have and allocating those resources in a manner that brings benefit rather than burden. This is a learned skill and begins with the choice to be the master of money rather than allowing money to master us.

We do not break the bad habit of debt through earning more money, but rather we break any habit by replacing it with a better one.

Therefore, in order to correct money problems we must change the way we view and use the money we already have through self-discipline. How do we find the self-discipline it takes to correct our money troubles?

Every freedom we have comes with responsibility, and income is no different. How we use what we are given determines our contentment with what we have for money does not bring happiness nor contentment. So if we seek to satisfy the desires of our hearts with things then we will always need bigger and better things to satiate us.

Money Problems: Biblical view
The biblical view of money (and indeed the marshalling of our resources) is that we use it for the glory of God (1 Corinthians 10:31). Rather than seeking to gain more and more of what the world has to offer we need to seek after the things of God, and He in turn will supply all of our need.

“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well” (Matthew 6:33, NIV). “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” ( Philippians 4:19, NIV).

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What is Stewardship? Whatablessing Reports….

A steward is one entrusted with managing the property of another. Jesus outlined some of the responsibilities of a steward in the parable of the talents. A steward must maintain and protect, nurture and develop the ‘talents’ or property of his Master.

The whole of Creation, including our own bodies, our daily lives, our homes, and our families, was made by God. He owns it all. In Genesis, when And God blessed them: and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the heavens, and over every living thing that moved upon the earth. (Gen. 1:28)

And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth (Gen. 9:1)

He was naming us as stewards, giving us the honor of being responsible for His Works. Everything we do acts out that stewardship, and needs to be done as well, as carefully, and as gladly as if God was going to inspect our work when we’re finished each task. What a monumental (and occasionally daunting) thought!

The local church is the hope of the world!” I believe this with all my heart,
especially in these challenging days when pressing social issues and tragic world events have made life difficult and precarious for so many.

But if the local church is to live out its redemptive potential, it must provide not
only hope but practical help and biblical teaching that meet people at their points of need. One of the most critical needs today is helping people come to grips with their finances. For many, a majority of their waking hours are spent making money, worrying about money, fighting over money or. trying to protect their money The church risks marginalizing itself when it fails to address a topic of such magnitude.

In addition, if the church ignores the abundance of scriptural teaching about our relationship to money, it fails to prepare its people in a major discipleship area of life. I believe there is no such thing as being right with God and wrong with your money. Unfortunately, as church leaders we often feel uncomfortable teaching on money.

Let’s take a look at how we can move toward addressing this overarching topic
with integrity and power..

As we begin, let’s remind ourselves that in and of itself, money is neutral. It’s
simply a medium of exchange. It can be used for great good or for great evil.
However, to stop there would be incomplete.

But the fact that so much of Jesus’ teaching was about our relationship to money and possessions suggest there is something unique about it. Why did he single out money as the one thing we could not serve and still serve God? Why did he indicate that the deceitfulness of riches chokes out God’s Word in our lives and makes it unfruitful? Some authors suggest that it was because money has a spiritual force or power that attempts to draw our allegiance to itself and away from God. Jesus seemed to understand that more than any other thing; money had the power to reveal the true condition of a person’s heart.

As leaders who wish to effectively teach from a biblical perspective, there are
some things that would be helpful to understand about money and our
relationship to it.

• Understand that money is a powerful thing. It can become the idol that
makes it harder to enter the Kingdom than for a camel to fit through the
eye of a needle … or that can cause us to build bigger barns to store our
surplus only to be labeled by God as “fools.”

• Understand that our culture assigns money god-like powers. The
culture says, “Money is all powerful, it makes things happen” (Perhaps
true in some circles of influence but not in the truly important arenas of
life.) The culture says, “Money provides ultimate security” (On paper my
future may seem monetarily secure but earthly treasures are subject to
rust, moths and thieves — not to mention economic downturns!)

• Understand that the best way to break money’s hold is to be
generous with it. The act of giving money away in God honoring ways
dramatically breaks the hold it can otherwise have on us — while blessing
the receiver and providing the giver a joy found in no other way.

• Understand that money and possessions are simply entrustments.
God is the owner, we are trustees. Trustees have the responsibility to use
the resources entrusted to them in ways that the owner has designated,
not in ways that satisfy the trustee’s whims.

• Understand that sacrifice is often blessing in disguise. He is no fool who gives up what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” Think of your own example of giving up something that seemed like a sacrifice at the time only to have it become, often unexpectedly, a blessing in disguise. These understandings will allow us as leaders to relate to money to money and possessions in a God-honoring way while giving us freedom and joy in an area of life so often fraught with anxiety and bondage. From that place we can then lead our churches to tackle this challenge through ongoing stewardship ministry.

Four key principles to keep in mind when implementing stewardship

1. The objective of the ministry is life transformation, not increased giving.
Effective stewardship ministry is about heart change. I like to use the term,
transformational stewardship in describing this principle. Although it’s true that an effective stewardship ministry will increase giving, increased giving is not the primary intent. The primary purpose of the ministry is to help the congregation live a God-honoring financial lifestyle and grow spiritually.

2. Senior leadership, staff and laity, must be on board and supportive of the
ministry, helping to cast the vision. They must also be committed to living out
biblical financial principles in their own lives.

3. The ministry is for everyone, not just those in financial difficulty. This
needs to be communicated from day one. All of us are under the influence of
incredibly persuasive messages in our culture that are diametrically opposed to
biblical principles. Jesus said, “From everyone who has been given much, much
will be demanded”(Luke 12:48, NIV). Most Christians in North America have
much, but few understand what is demanded of them from a biblical perspective.

4. Stewardship ministry must include three elements: teaching the “what
and why”, training in the “how to”, and providing support and
encouragement. Teaching takes place in the pulpit and in workshops and
seminars. The workshops and seminars also provide the training necessary for
the individual to take the teaching and apply it to their daily lives. Support and
encouragement can come in a number of ways. Perhaps the most effective way
is through trained volunteer counselors who provide ongoing assistance to
individuals and families, making the transition from worldly to biblical ways of
managing their resources.

If  today’s church leadership will take up the challenge, I’m convinced the vision of the stewardship movement, of which I’m a part, “that every church and every believer would experience the spiritual, emotional and relational joy and freedom that results from practicing biblically based financial stewardship” can become a reality.

At one time ,until 1971, the dollar we used in everyday business and trade had GOLD behind it.( REAL MONEY HAS BEEN GOLD AND SILVER FOR 5000 YEARS.) The money we use now has nothing but empty promises, backed up by nothing but government printing presses, that prints more each day, making every dollar in circulation worth a little less. It is an illusion of money created out of thin air to deceive and rob the people of their hard earned wealth. Debt, credit and inflation are all the same, created by bankers with printed money unchecked by having gold and silver behind it.

AII FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES  are borrowed money with interest due on them, exchangeable for nothing (but more fiat currency) and irredeemable for nothing.

Real money is redeemable in GOLD AND SILVER. Go to: http://whatablessing.net  for more information.

Why Use Digital Money? LADA Hedge Fund

In today’s world we really do need transportation, an address and a connection for communication. We need income, and in most cases that means a job. Otherwise, we have to create a product to trade.

The most basic economics involve the idea of exchanging something of value. That value is in the eyes of the beholder, not in the eyes of the owner! I might have something I think is junk, but if someone else “beholds” that thing and decides they want it, then they’ve placed a value on the thing. Regardless of what I might think about that thing.
Exchange: That’s the fundamental concept.

As societies got more complicated, people started using various commodities as symbols of value. Among the most well known are gold, silver, diamonds, copper, and other metals and jewels. Because those items were considered to be equal with actual “stuff,” they became precious metals and precious jewels. “Precious” means that which has a high value to people.

Symbolic money is no different. If you do whatever it is that gets you a piece of gold, then you have a physical piece of precious metal. When you exchange it, you first want to get something of equal value. Secondly, whatever it is that you trade for, you continue to have something physical.

The problem with a “gold standard,” where it refers to money is that there isn’t enough gold to match all the stuff in the world. Not only that, but there isn’t enough gold to match what stuff MIGHT enter into the world. There might be enough gold for all the current stuff, but what if you want to start a business making new stuff? There isn’t enough gold.

To solve the problem, societies create money out of something that’s more readily available. Those societies arbitrarily declare the value of that new item, and it becomes real money. “Real” means that you can pay bills, pay taxes, and make legal claims based on the exchange of that money.

So what’s the difference between, say, paper money and “fiat” money?
Social money has two basic requirements. First, it MUST associate with and match some underlying real-world value. Secondly, whomever is in charge of that money MUST be honest!

For example, we might decide to use pearls as money. We know we can find a fairly large supply of pearls, but they’re not so easy to find that anyone could pile up a whole lot of pearls. When we make the decision to use those pearls, we have to assign a value to them. We have to say that pearls, from now on will equal the amount of all the food in the world. If surplus food shows up after a good harvest, then the value of each existing pearl will go down. If there’s a shortage of food, then the value of each pearl will go up.

What matters fundamentally is that the person in charge of keeping track of all the pearls in the world, MUST be honest in their numbers! They have to tell us the truth as to how many pearls are floating around. Otherwise, how would we know if the pearls should be more or less valuable? That person, therefore, must also know the truth about how much food there is in any given year.

The US Treasury and the Federal Reserve are in charge of telling us how many paper dollars there are in the world. The Bureau of Labor & Statistics is in charge of telling us how much food, work, service and product there is in the world. Both of them are lying.

In theory, at any given time you or I could go to the person counting pearls and ask to see those pearls. We could walk around and count up how much food there is, then match that food to the pearls. A “standard” means that the “thing” being used for money matches the “stuff” being exchanged as valuable.

When someone arbitrarily decides to make more money, they have to also arbitrarily tell us how much that money is worth. They make a declaration by “fiat,” and so we end up with fiat money. Fiat money is a symbolic form of exchange based on nothing at all other than someone’s say-so.

Long ago we had a gold standard, where people could physically exchange a piece of gold (or silver) for something of value. In 1913, we decided once again to go with paper money. At that time, the US Government assigned 35 pieces of paper to 1 ounce of gold. The gold was supposed to match the amount of work and production in all of America.

In 1971, we decided not to use gold anymore. (Well actually President Nixon decided, not you and me.) The government said that we would print paper dollars in enough volume to match the entire production of the country — the United States Gross Domestic Product.

They also said they’d be honest, and tell the truth about how much paper they were printing, and how much stuff America was producing. Since then, nobody has ever been able to audit the Federal Reserve, just to…say…check to see if they’re being honest. They say they are, though, and that’s good enough for Congress.

Likewise, nobody actually audits the Bureau of Labor & Statistics, except for weird (extremist) alternative blogs and strange financial analysts. Nothing the BLS prints makes any sense, but nobody minds really. It’s good enough for the financial news reports.

Meanwhile, people got used to exchanging actual pieces of paper for actual stuff. If you bought a candy bar, you handed over some paper and metal and you got the candy bar in exchange. You could actually put that candy bar in your mouth and eat it. The store owner had to trade the paper and metal for either more candy, or for something else he or she valued.

Since the mid-1990s, the amount of paper the government needs has been growing so fast the printing machines are in danger of exploding. NONE of that paper is matched to a damn thing! They “say” it matches the US economy, but that’s a lie.

Even so, the rest of us still like to know that we have something valuable in our pocket, wallet or purse. We like to actually see our paper money in a box, an envelope or under the mattress. But we’ve been learning how to use futures contracts for money, in the form of checks.

You give me a hamburger today, valued at $1.00. In exchange, I give you a contract that tells you that sometime in the future you can go to a special place and the people there will give you a dollar. In other words, I write you a check for a buck and you hang on to it until you cash it at the bank.

That was all fine and dandy, until we discovered computers. That led us to credit and debit cards and electronic gift cards. What actually does that mean?

When we used paper money, the only reason we needed checks and checking accounts was to handle long-distance transactions. That distance might be physical, or it might be distance in time. But one way or another, a bank actually had to have a certain amount of paper money in its vaults to match the numbers in their accounting books.

The problem is that money started moving around so fast, nobody could keep up with the actual transfer of dollars! There weren’t enough trucks to move that amount of money from bank to bank. Prices started going up as more and more paper flooded into the economy. (Those pearls suddenly started being made out of plastic, and everyone who could started making pearls.)

Instead of a house needing $35,000 pieces of paper moving from one bank to another, that house required $300,000 pieces of paper. All that paper was taking up room! BUT!….no matter how screwed up, at least there was some amount of paper that matched some amount of stuff.

The problem is that we now have such a massive amount of paper, there isn’t any room to store it anymore! Not only that, but none of that paper is worth anything other than as toilet paper or kindling. It costs more to print and move that paper than it’s worth!
Enter the final disaster: Digital Currency.

This digital currency is electronic money. Now we don’t even need a “thing” to represent underlying value. No, with digital currency we can just pretend that some “thing” exists, even when it doesn’t. At that point, we no longer even need to have fiat money! From now on, we can arbitrarily move numbers around on computers, none of which mean anything at all.

It’s already impossible to comprehend 14 Trillion Dollars. The paper would be mind-boggling, or we would have $1-billion bills in our wallets. Therefore, why bother? Why not just have numbers in a machine, totally disconnected from any kind of meaning at all? You get Direct Deposit for your paycheck? Well then, why not just pay you $1-million a year? Who cares? They’re just numbers, and there’s no need to carry around actual paper in an actual wallet!

This all works only until people who actually produce things stop exchanging!
At that point, no doctor will perform services. No farmer will sell food. No mechanic will fix a car. No store will sell candy. No weaver will make cloth. No plumber will fix the toilets.

Digital currency means that we can instantly give everyone with a food-stamp card $1,000 a month. We can increase your credit card limit to $18-billion. We can increase your wage to $10,000 a month. It’s like…magic! We can give everyone as much money as they want, and never have to use chopped up trees or ink or printing presses! Nobody has to do anything, we just push a button and BLAM!….you have a new minimum wage!
Until nobody agrees anymore to give up real and valuable things!

The reason the whole world wants fiat digital money is because there’s still a limit on how much money the government can print. It’s hardly a limit at all, but the amount of paper money necessary to pretend we have an economy is still that limit. Get rid of paper money, and there’s no more limit whatsoever. At that point, the government can spent quadrillions of dollars a minute, and the only thing that changes is a computer register.
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What is The Techno-Info-Edutainment Age?

If building wealth for you and your family is what you desire than you must first understand where does money come from? To figure out the Mystery behind building wealth you must know the history of building wealth.

First since the beginning of time yr 0-1750. We lived in an Agricultural age.
Meaning Land equal Wealth. You were either born rich or poor. If your family had the land you were rich and if they didn’t they were poor and worked for the land owner which is The Landlord. The Person who Owns the land. Question Are You a Landlord today?

During this era things were slow to changes. There was no technology back then. The land owner either planted seed to grow crops or raised Animals (livestock) to sell or barter. It was very hard to double or triple your money back then because you were limited by how much land you own. Crops grow in season so you can’t gather all your crop and expect some more to grow back immediately because they grow in season. Same with your livestock. It takes time for them to mature before you can take them to the marketplace.

Then from 1750 – 1950 We were in the Industrial Age
Machines equaled Wealth. When machines came in you were able to produce and gather your crop faster. You need machines to move the product to the market place where ever that was. You no longer had to work from Sun-up to Sunset. You now could work 5 days a week 8 hrs a day. Employers offered to pay for your education if you would go to school and get a management degree so you could manage the people who run the machines instead of being a worker on the machines.
This was the era of education (go to school and get and good education so you can get a good job. Also introduced during this time was the retirement plan and the middle class. People now had extra time and money. This was the era of the MBA. Masters in Business Administration. This where your employer offers to double your money for you to run the entire operation for them while they go and enjoy life.

1950 – 1978 Distribution Age
Outlets equal Wealth. Franchising was introduced. McDonalds, Chain stores, Network Marketing, and Walmart in 1960 became the richest family in the world at that time and when Sam Walton died his wife and children became the top 5 richest people in the world. So during this era this is where you acquired wealth.

1994 – 2004 was the Information Age
Who ever controlled the flow of information Controlled the Wealth. For example Google Adsense and other Pay per Click Sites. They started pay per click when they would charge the advertiser for each time someone clicked on their link. Different links were all over the page just like you see today with Ads running in the Sidebar of a website trying to draw your attention.

2004 – ? Who knows where this is going to end but we are now into the TECHNO-INFO-EDUTAINMENT AGE. Today with technology the playing field to accomplish Wealth has been Leveled. Today just about everybody has a smart phone with an internet connection. If you have that you don’t have to look for a job you can create one for yourself and others. You just need the knowledge to know how to do that and that is what we are going to show you from The Lada Group.

If you want to build Wealth Today you have to be in the right Economic System. One that will help you to create money automatically. That is how the banks get their money. They create it out of nothing. All you need to do is turn on the switch by getting started. They say it’s the start that stops most people. What’s Stopping You?


It is combining all the Economic Systems that ever existed into One Platform (www.Sixplusone7.com).  An Internet connection that provides you with info on how to plant seeds like they did back in the Agricultural age but using up-to-date technology.

lada group make money with computer tablet smartphoneYour smart phone, tablet, laptop, and desktops are the machines like they used in the Industrial Age but now using modern technology.

Your phone is your distribution center like they used back in the distribution era but now using modern technology.

Your phone is TECHNOLOGY. The technology changes daily for the better. You just need to learn how to use it. Your computer it is just like your human brain. It has in it everything you need to succeed you just need to know how to pull the information that you need out.

Your phone is now full of information in which they used during the Information Age and still using today. If you don’t know something all you need to do is just Google It and you’ll find the answer. All this brings us to where we are today.The TECHNO-INFO-EDUTAINMENT AGE Using Technology to share information to Educate in a Entertaining Way.  Welcome to The LADA Group.

As you can see the Changes in Economics era”s comes a lot faster today than back in the Agricultural Age. As you can see the times between each Wealth Building opportunity gets shorter and shorter. And each Economic Era get better and easier. Today we’re in another Wealth Building Era called: The TECHNO-INFO-EDUTAINMENT AGE  What are you waiting for? We have the Solution. Your Money is waiting for you to come get it. We are going to show you how your money will work for you instead of you working for it. Get started by clicking here

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