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How Christians Use Spiritual Laws To Create Business Sucess

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Multiplication was injected into our spiritual genes when God told Adam to go forth and multiply.

By using real estate and automobiles Tom Anderson flipped houses and cars to multiply his income and build a nest egg for his family. Now he teaches others how they can replicate this process to gain financial success.

He's written a book, "How to Become A Millionaire God's Way" sharing spiritual laws that encourage starting businesses, to allow everyone to learn how they too, can become successful Christian businessmen.

Dr. Thomas Anderson and his wife Maureen, founded The Living Word Bible Church in Mesa, AZ. Their ministry focuses on building stronger families and being a training center for the church body.

Dr. Anderson, a Christian businessman and pastor leads seminars at his church and around the world instructing how to build businesses based on spiritual laws from the Bible.




Making Millionaires

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Since Dr. Anderson began sharing this millionaire message he has helped over one hundred people in his church who started with literally nothing to become millionaires.

They were coached by their pastor to buy products that they could resell for a profit. New products, used products or whatever they could find to resell until their resources were multiplied into the millions.

Dr. Thomas Anderson says his earnest desire is not to get money from you, but to you. He wants every Christian to understand the Bible can be their roadmap from poverty to prosperity.


Spiritual Principles From the Bible

Proverbs 8:21

Matthew 19:29

Galatians 3:29

Malachi 3:10

These are not secret formulas, but promises from God for guidance in personal and business success for Christians to meditate on.

Successful Christians

The Bible recounts many stories of people who've combined their commitment to God and faith to have a better life.

Read about Job, unlike many of the people in the Bible he was not a ruler, a prophet or a disciple, he was a businessman. He suddenly became vexed with poor health, financial problems and the personal loss of all of his children.

Despite these life-challenging experiences he maintained his integrity and commitment to God. The latter part of his life was blessed to have more children and regained twice as many assets than he lost.

God has always raised up successful Christians like Philemon, Dale Carnegie and Dr. Anderson, who were blessed with the ability to teach others their knowledge of the Bible and how to succeed in business, so more followers can contribute financially to the growth of the Church and the spreading of the Gospel to the world.

2 comments:

Russell Earl Kelly, PHD said...

Friend, May I offer an alternative interpretation of Malachi for your study.

From: Tithing is not a Christian Doctrine
www.shouldthechurchteachtithing.com
Russell Earl Kelly, PHD

Malachi 3 is the Most Abused Tithing Text in the Bible. The “whole” tithe never was supposed to go to the Temple!

A. Malachi is Old Covenant and is never quoted in the New Covenant to validate tithing (Lev. 27:34; Neh. 10:28-29; Mal. 3:7; 4:4).

B. In Malachi 3:10-11 tithes are still only food 1000 years after Leviticus 27:30-34 and Numbers 18:21-28.

C. Malachi’s audience had willingly reaffirmed the Old Covenant (Neh.10:28-29). The blessings and curses of tithing are identical to and inseparable from those of the entire Mosaic Law. The rain in Deuteronomy 28:12, 23-24 and Leviticus 26:1-4 is only obtained by obedience to all 613 commandments. Galatians 3:10 (quoting Deu 27:26) “For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is every one that continues not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them.” Trying to earn God’s blessings through tithing only brings curses for failure to keep all of the law. See also Galatians 3:19.

D. Beginning in 1:6 “you” in Malachi always refers to the dishonest priests and not the people (also 2:1-10; 2:13 to 3:1-5): “Even this whole nation of you --priests” (3:9). In 1:13-14 the priests had stolen tithed animals vowed to God. In Nehemiah 13:5-10 priests had stolen the Levites’ portion of the tithe. God’s curses on the priests are ignored by most tithe-teachers (1:14; 2:2 and 3:2-4).

E. Point #12 of the essay. The Levitical cities must be included in a correct interpretation of Malachi 3:10. Most tithe-recipients lived outside of Jerusalem.

F. The 24 courses of Levites and priests must be included in a correct interpretation of Malachi 3. Normally only 2% of the total Levite and priest work force served at the temple one week at a time. Subtract wives, males under the age of 30 and daughters. Therefore 2% did not require all of the tithe. See 1 Chron 23-26; 28:13, 21; 2 Chron. 8:14; 23:8; 31:2, 15-19; 35:4, 5, 10; Ezra 6:18; Neh. 11:19, 30; 12:24; 13:9, 10; Luke 1:5.

G. Nehemiah 10:37-39 is the key to understanding Malachi 3:10, The people were commanded to bring their tithes, not to the temple, but to the nearby Levitical cities. Verse 38 says that the priests were with the Levites in the Levitical cities when they received the tithes.

H. According to Nehemiah 13:5, 9 the “storehouse” in the Temple was only several rooms. The real “storehouses” were in the Levitical cites per Nehemiah 10:37b-38. Only the Levites and priests normally brought tithes to the Temple (10:38). Two rooms in the Temple were far too small to contain the tithe from the entire nation and 98% of the Levites and priests lived too far away to eat from them.

Therefore, Malachi 3:10’s “Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse” only makes contextual sense if it is only commanding dishonest priests to replace the tithes they had removed from it or had failed to bring to it.

While the 3:10 of the Law in Malachi is so important to tithe-teachers they ignore the 3:10 of the Gospel in Galatians and 2nd Corinthians. Perhaps those wanting to enforce the 3:10 Law of Malachi should also enforce the 3:10 Law of Numbers. They share the same context.

Christian giving is freewill, sacrificial, generous, joyful, regular and motivated by love. That is enough to provide the needs of the Church.

Writeonbro said...

Thank you for your thorough interpretation and comment.

I'd like to point out that the customary portion for a king is a tenth(Gen 14:20).

Just as we render to Caesar what is Caesar's we should give to God what is God's.

As a Christian I believe I should freely give a tithe to the king of kings.

Jesus' did not condemn tithing.
(Mt 23:23)