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Don’t worry about your Condition in Life worry about your Position.
Are You in a Position to Prosper?
con·di·tion noun \kən-ˈdi-shən\
: a way of living or existing
: the state in which something exists : the physical state of something
: the physical or mental state of a person or animal
po·si·tion noun \pə-ˈzi-shən\
: the place where someone or something is in relation to other people or things
: the place where someone or something should be
: the way someone stands, sits, or lies down
Did you Know that Donating is the New Giving? When you donate you will receive something in return. When you give remember the saying “It’s better to give then to receive” so if the purpose of giving is to receive something in return then donate instead of giving in a system designed for that purpose. For tax purposes when you donate you can write off everything if it’s your business. When you Give you can only write off what you give up to a certain percent of your income.
do·na·tion noun \dō-ˈnā-shən\
: something (such as money, food, clothes, etc.) that you give in order to help a person or organization
: something (such as blood or a body organ) that you give to a hospital or clinic so that it can be given to someone who needs it
Definition of GIVE transitive verb
1: to make a present of <give a doll to a child>
2a : to grant or bestow by formal action
gives citizens the right to vote>
b : to accord or yield to another <gave him her confidence>
Do you want to know how to change your condition and put yourself back into your position?
First you have to be in a position of empowerment. If you’re not empowered you can’t empower anybody else. For a one-time Donation of $25 you can be empowered to help others. We need to be helpers to one another so that you’ll receive whatever you want. It’s really simple if we just forget about self for a minute and think about others.
Everybody needs some help. Instead of feeding a man a fish why not teach him how to fish so he can feed himself and his family for a lifetime.
One of the first commandments that God gave us was to be fruitful and multiply. He was talking about leveraging and duplication. To be fruitful you have to be in a position to donate. Remember donating is giving. He also said to multiply. Do you really know how to multiply? We were all taught in school that multiplication started at One. That’s not true. One times any number is the same number. That is not multiplication. It’s the same number. Two times that number no matter what it is will double. One of our biggest problem in life trying to do something all by ourselves. You cannot accomplish anything of this earth by yourself. God created all of us to reproduce. He created us to be a creature like him. So what did God do?
God knew that multiplication begins with two. So he sent out his disciples two by two. That way he would be fruitful and multiply. He understood the importance of Leverage and Duplication. Who’s your two that’s multiplying and duplicating for you?
Remember when you donate, you will receive something. If you donate $25 one time into our system you will receive a 2×2 matrix systems built for duplication. Our system is based on the true system of giving and receiving. With anything in Life you have to donate something first before you receive what you want. Our system is based on your one-time $25 donation and you referring two other people to the system. If you do this and your two do this you will start receiving $75 payments over and over automatically. We have a fully automated system with various donating levels. Our system works as God intended in Luke 6:38: Donate, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.
Call us for instructions on How To Donate your $25 and get your system.
Bryce Jackson 619-638-4007 or Larry Smith 619-309-3184
So, how exactly is that possible? Chances are you’re already
working hard and putting in long hours. What’s the answer?
I’ll tell you!
Having Your Own Business: LEVERAGE!
The difference between the wealthy and the middle class is
leverage! The wealthy have an “EMPLOYER” mentality rather
than an employee mentality!
The very wise and wealthy J.Paul Getty said it best, “I’d
rather get paid 1% of 100 people’s efforts than 100% of my
With leverage, you can turn one hour of work into 100! How?
Well think about it! If you have 100 people working for you
and they each work 1 hour, that’s 100 man (or woman!) hours,
right? Right! Well, would you rather work those 100 hours
yourself or have 100 people do it for you?
That’s what having your own home based business in the
network marketing industry can do for you! By employing the
efforts of others as you build your network, you’ll be able
to experience true financial independence through TIME
Don’t worry about HOW to build , Just Pay it Forward and the rest will take care of itself.
Guided By The LADA Group the Church should have a Commercial side and a Ministry side. The profit derived from the commercial side funds the ministry.
In these tough economic times it is very important that we make the right financial choices that will help improve our financial situation. One great choice is to diversify your sources of income. The days when you could just rely on one job to meet all your financial needs are gone. A home-based business is an excellent way to diversify your income.
Guided By The LADA Group we provide FREE home-based businesses. Pay it Forward is what we call our program. We will Pay it Forward for you to have a home-based business. We will teach you how to market on the Internet free of charge. We will teach you how to take your home-based business and provide you and your family an income in the $1000s each month. There is one catch; when you are making money with your home-based business then Pay it Forward for others. Please apply NOW because we can only work with a limited number of people at one time.
We are The LADA Group and there is nothing hidden, no small print just people helping people in these times of need. Nothing out of your pocket just an hour or two each day of your time.
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The LADA Laws of Sowing and Reaping
In the Book of Genesis, which means the book of “beginnings”, we find the expression of a seed principle that runs throughout the scriptures, and a principle that will endure as long as earth. Chapter 8, verse 22 reads, “As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” In other words, seed time and harvest, that is “sowing and reaping”, will be as unchangeable and predictable as day and night.
Sowing and reaping is a law, like the law of gravity. The law of gravity always works the same way for everyone. So does the law of sowing and reaping. It’s a fixed principle that God built into his creation. In Galatians 6:7, we are told, “Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”
Essentially, this means that every action has a predictable consequence. If I sow corn, I’ll get corn, not potatoes. If I sow radishes, I’ll get radishes, not squash. If I sow beans, I’ll get beans, not watermelons. It also works the same way in the spiritual realm. If I sow (give away) life to others, I will reap life myself. If I sow provision for others, I will reap provision for myself. If I sow forgiveness toward others, I’ll reap forgiveness for myself.
In Luke 6:38, Jesus assured us that we could count on it. The law of sowing and reaping always works, and it always works the same way for everyone. If you sow bad things, you reap bad things. So He starts off in verse 37 with a warning: “Do not judge!” Guess what happens if you do? You guessed it – you’ll reap judgment. But if you refrain from judgment and condemnation, you’ll escape reaping it from others. And then he goes on to apply this law of sowing and reaping to our giving of material goods: “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”
This addresses a very human fear, namely, that if I give anything away, I won’t have anything left for myself. Jesus says that just the opposite is true. Give the very thing you need, and you will get more. Not only will you have enough for yourself, but the more you give, the more you’ll be given. The bigger the sowing, the bigger the reaping.
Any farmer knows that. If you want a small crop, you sow just a little seed. If you want a big crop, you sow a lot of seed. And Paul expands on that principle in II Corinthians 9, where he has been encouraging the people of Corinth to give generously to the believers in Jerusalem who were going through a famine and needed help. He says, in verse 6 of that chapter that “Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.”
In Galatians 6:7, Paul says something very interesting about sowing and reaping. He begins by saying, “Do not be deceived.” The reason he says that is because so many people are deceived about sowing and reaping. And then he assures us that we will reap whatever we sow. So what’s the big deception? It has to do with a lapse in time between the sowing and the reaping. For example, some people sow the sinful deeds of death and then, because they don’t see the immediate consequences, they come to the conclusion that they got away with something. But sooner or later, the law of sowing and reaping will work, because it always works the same way for everyone. Sowing the sinful deeds of death will eventually and inevitably bring a reaping of death and destruction. Violent people reap violence. Unfaithful people reap unfaithfulness. Bitter people reap bitterness. Selfish people reap selfishness. It’s a law, like gravity.
But the deception also works on the other side, with sowing good seed, righteous seed, the seed of generosity and good works. How so? We can sometimes be deceived into thinking that, just because we don’t see immediate results, that the law of sowing and reaping doesn’t work. God promised that if I would give, it would be given to me. But there may be a significant lapse of time between the sowing and the reaping. In nature, if you sow rabbit seed, it takes about 31 days to reap a crop of rabbits. If you sow elephant seed, it takes about 22 months to reap a baby elephant. But sooner or later, you always reap exactly what you sow! And Paul offers these encouraging words to people who spend their lives sowing love, kindness, and generous provision, verse 9: “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”
God always invites us to trust Him, and to believe that His only desire is to bless us. He invites us to invest heavily in the things of the Kingdom, and expect that we will, in the end, reap an abundant harvest of righteousness. Some of it will come back to us very quickly. And some of it will come back to us more slowly, but just when we need it.
What we need to understand is that God’s invitation to give generously is an invitation to invest in His purposes. And when we invest in the purposes of God, He always pays us back with interest. Let me demonstrate from God’s creation. When you put one grain of wheat into the ground, how many grains do you get back? Well try it. Pick the stock of wheat that grows from that one grain and count the number of grains in that one head of wheat. Let’s say you got twenty back. So what percentage of interest did you gain on your investment? If you’re slow at math, it’s a 2,000 percent interest on your investment. When’s the last time you earned that kind of interest by leaving you money in a personal saving account in your local bank?
God invites you and me to invest in an unseen kingdom and trust that the reward on our investment will go beyond our wildest dreams. “Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, flowing over will be poured into your lap!” The real key, though, is asking God where he wants us to sow, and then obeying his voice. He’s full of “hot tips!” He knows where the growth potential is! Do you hear the Lord saying to you that sowing into the ministry of Stewardship is a very good investment? If not, then don’t do it. But if you do, then be wise and sow generously, because the more you sow, the more you’ll reap – and that’s a promise! http://recyclingyourdollarsonline.info