Mega Shift

This one is definitely worth repeating (posted previously in 2016). In his culture-defying book Mega Shift  which doubles as a success manual for marketplace Christians,  James Rutz gives the following  tips on building Christian community.  I suggest that these same principles can very effectively give your business or career the edge it needs to move into God’s stream of your Kingdom assignment – –  which brings supernatural effectiveness and success. How you incorporate these points is where your unique creative genius applies!

  1. Invite a strong presence of God
  2. Lift everyone’s spirits
  3. Enable them to overcome sin in their lives
  4. Help them face and overcome their problems
  5. Teach them the whole counsel of God
  6. Empower them to do things they’ve never done before
  7. Build them into a  true team.

Imagine the possibilities when “working” in that environment!

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Kingdom Wealth vs Earthly Wealth

“Just as there are two competing kingdoms in the heavenly realm – God’s and Satan’s – the same two economic systems are competing for the earth’s wealth. Psalm 24:1-2 says the the earth and its fullness belong to the Lord because He, and He alone, is the sovereign Creator.  Individuals, corporations, banks, lending institutions, markets, governments and international organizations are called to be stewards of God’s resources in order to glorify Him and to demonstrate His righteousness and justice in the earth.”  [From A Time to Prosper by Chuck Pierce and Robert Heidler.]

 

How Prosperity Works

When you enter into the fullness of God’s plan for your life, God begins to bring you to your land, just as He promised to do for Abraham. When you submit to His plan of prosperity for your life, He cleanses you from all idolatry and unfaithful ways.  This submission causes a heart of stone to be replaced with a heart of flesh (a tender heart to hear God).  He places His Spirit within you. He then opens doors that are linked to abundance – not just wordly abundance, but abundance of revelation to understand  who God your Creator is through His son as well as who you are. He blesses the works of your hands.  He fills you with revelation.  He gives you a boundary and says “Take dominion! Prosper on every front. Be like Nehemiah.” (In his day, Nehemiah saw Jerusalem in ruins and began to rebuild walls, restore gates, hang doors, and ready the place for a new move of worship.)  [A Time to Prosper by Chuck Pierce and Robert Heidler.]

Praybizz  helps you put more of God into your business so He can put more of His business into you.

“Prosperity…

…is the result of a quality of life that is produced by being aligned with God’s Word and will.  The meaning of the Greek word translated as “prosperity” means “there is help on the road.” Prosperity is not a fleeting moment where things all align and we have what we want.  Prosperity is an ongoing experience that is produced by thinking the way God thinks. This produces wholeness in our lives and makes things complete around us.” (A Time to Prosper by Chuck Pierce and Robert Heidler)

Align your business and career with God’s Word – – learn to think the way God thinks   – – and prosperity is sure to follow!  Praybizz helps you put more of God into your business or career so God can put more of HIS business into you!

Insanity!

Small business owners and career track solo’s often share a common insanity.  We keep doing the same thing expecting a different result whether it’s hiring the same kind of employee that doesn’t get the job done, using the same outdated resume and interview skills or just denying something might need to change.

Are you in that insane place of seeing patterns repeated without progressing toward increased cash flow or landing that raise or promotion?  Praybizz can help!  My team of professionals have years of experience using our unique approach toward solving these and other business and career related problems.  Let us help you achieve the goals you have set – – or get clarity toward formulating new ones.   send email to: cinnamondeanie@gmail.com or call 859-361-2176 (talk or text)

Deanie / Praybizz

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Our Source of Strength

Our Source of Strength

From Holy Land Moments / Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein April 2,2017  
All you Israelites, trust in the LORD—  He is your help and shield. — Psalm 115:9
The Israel Defense Forces is one of the greatest armies in the world. From daring rescue missions to winning ground battles against all odds, the IDF has surprised the world time and time again. But what is the source of Israel’s strength? Israel herself is still finding out.
Two of Israel’s greatest battles came in relatively quick succession of each other, but played out very differently. In 1967, Israel fought the Six-Day War. In response to a threat from the Arab world, Israel’s military reacted swiftly and strongly. The whole war was won in less than a week!
Jews and Israel supporters everywhere felt both awe and pride. Perhaps a little too much pride. Israel’s slogan after the Six-Day War was “All the honor to the Israel Defense Forces.” Certainly, the IDF deserved credit. But not enough credit was given to God. Scripture tells us, “For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory” (Deuteronomy 20:4). All of Israel’s battles are fought and won by Him.
The Yom Kippur War, fought in 1973, was a completely different experience for Israel. The war was unexpected; the army, unprepared. Syria attacked and outnumbered Israel. One particularly memorable battle was fought in a place now known as “The Valley of Tears,” due to the loss of life during the fierce battle that took place there.
The attack happened at night, and the Syrians had over 1,000 tanks, equipped with night-vision technology. Israel had less than 200 tanks, none of which had night-vision capability. Israel was outnumbered and unequipped. But guess who won? God performed great miracles, and while Israel sustained heavy casualties, she defeated her enemies.
Battles such as this one are the reason why Israel’s motto changed after the Yom Kippur War. It became “Israel trusts in God,” based on the verse in Psalm 115: “All you Israelites, trust in the LORD – he is their help and shield.” Everyone realized that God was behind the miracle. It was no accident that the war began on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year. Almost every Jew had spent that day engaged in prayer and fasting. Those are the “weapons” that helped win the war.
More than 3,000 years ago, a tiny David went out to fight a massive Goliath. He said: “You come against me with sword and spear and javelin, but I come to you in the name of the LORD Almighty” (1 Samuel 17:45). Then David went on to slay the mighty giant against all odds.
So it was and so it always will be: Israel’s source of strength and protection – and ours – is God.
With prayers for shalom, peace,

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
Founder and President

A Time to Triumph

Chuck Pierce, A Time to Triumph

“Attitudes – –  which signal  the underlying emotions we have toward  the task the Lord has given us – – have a tremendous impact on how we see the world.  Wrong attitudes can skew our perceptions and cloud our understanding of the fruits our labors are producing.  Positioning your heart and mind on the Lord, however, will preserve you in times of trouble and lead to a victorious attitude. The Lord’s triumphant people had strong hearts!  Ask the Lord to adjust your attitude to triumph!