Investing Into Your Account In Heaven

Do you desire to be free from poverty or to have more than enough to give others? This is a good desire but it will take God if what you want is ‘riches without sorrow’. It will take sowing into your account in heaven so you can draw from it without sorrows. This is wisdom for enduring abundance. This article tells you how to invest into your heaven’s account.

Now you Philippians know also that in the beginning of the gospel, when I departed from Macedonia, no church shared with me concerning giving and receiving but you only. For even in Thessalonica you sent aid once and again for my necessities. Not that I seek the gift, but I seek the fruit that abounds to your account… And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:15-19 (NKJV, emphasis mine).

Many People are tired of their financial state; they have done so many things only to get little or no result. They have spent time, energy and money pursing money only for money to keep running from them with greater speed. This truly can be frustrating and depressing. But there is a better way to draw money to you and ensure you have enough to also give to people.

Christ admonished that we should lay up our treasures in heaven where they can be preserved and secured; where moth, rust and thieves cannot get hold of them. This talks about sowing into your account in heaven. This guarantees supplies as and when due. This is God’s wisdom for unlimited supply of blessings.

The Heaven’s Accounts

These are not savings accounts but investment accounts with rate of returns on investment (ROI) being far higher than any percentage any company on earth can ever dream of giving their investors. The returns can be in diverse forms according to your type and quantity of investment. You can withdraw from this account any time of the day. There is never network problem in heaven, once your faith antennae is on you can withdraw. Also, when you are due for payment, heaven pays you without you asking for it. When your cloud is full, your rain falls.

The bank of heaven can never be bankrupted or closed down. As long as you are sowing into your account, heaven will keep paying you, including the generations after you based on what and how much you have invested. The bank of heaven is capable and most reliable like God Himself.

The beauty of it all is that anybody can open an account with the bank of heaven no matter where you come from. There is enough provision for everyone on earth to open an account in heaven. However, for your account to be without any limitations you need the salvation of your soul and you’re good to go.

How To Invest In Your Account In Heaven

It takes sowing seeds of all kinds into the work of God and lives of people. It involves giving your money, time, energy and knowledge for the work of the kingdom and also to people according to your ability. Every one of your givings is an investment into your account in heaven. It is pressed down, shaken together and made to run over before returning to you through the hands of men. Therefore, the returns you get are multiples of your seeds sown. This means that if you sow nothing you get nothing in return.

Paul And The Philippians

Paul, when writing to the Philippians, acknowledged the seed they sowed into his life, a fruit that abounded to their account; and based on this, he stated that God would supply all their needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Every investment into your account in heaven attracts God’s blessing, and He adds no sorrow with it.

Elijah And The Widow Of Zarephath

In 1 Kings 17:8-16, a widow in Zarephath shared her last meal with Elijah and she was able to feed her son and herself throughout the famine period. She sowed into her account in heaven and heaven opened abundant supply for her, such that what was to be the source of her last meal never got finished.

Elisha And The Shunammite Woman

Furthermore in 2 Kings 4:8-17, a woman showed a lot care to Elisha. She provided food and a comfortable room for him each time he was in Shumen, thereby sowing into her account in heaven. This provoked a blessing of fruitfulness from Elisha, which heaven honoured. She sowed a seed of love which resulted in a child that she desired to have.

In conclusion, the seeds you sow are investments into your account in heaven which guarantee sure harvest. Never be weary of sowing for you will surely reap if you faint not. What God will pay you will always be more than you can earn. So as you work to earn a living, apply the wisdom of sowing into your account in heaven so as to ensure that you have more than enough to give to others. Therefore, don’t keep an empty account.

Use Your Past, in the Present to Predict Your Future!

“Past is experience, Present is experiment and Future is expectation. Use your experience in your experiments to achieve your expectations. ” – Unknown

Take a moment and think about your past. Have you made mistakes? Have you been disappointed? Have you failed? OF COURSE YOU HAVE…WE ALL HAVE..The important part to note is if you grew and learned from the experience. Did you learn or did you use it as an excuse to not grow and become better. What about your accomplishments in the past. Did you learn from them, or did you use them as an excuse to not work harder, to get even more accomplishments. Whatever your experience in the past may be. It’s important that it does not fizzle out and die in the past…You must carry it into the present, to help dictate your FUTURE.

The Present is an experiment. It’s your change to test out different methods, ideas, and theories to help you achieve your goals. Don’t wait on time, and don’t wait on anyone else to get you to your desired goals. Take advantage of today, and crate the future you desire.

If you build from the PAST, and use it to build toward your goals in the PRESENT it will be obvious to you what to expect in the FUTURE. Don’t let any experience go to waste, challenge yourself to build and learn from each days trials, tribulations, accomplishments, highs, and lows and you will be able to create the FUTURE you DESIRE AND DESERVE.

Be GREAT at what you do today!

Valentine’s Gift Idea 2011: The Old One to The Present Day

Hundred years ago Dydd Santes Dwyndwen made himself as a patron saint of Welsh lovers. Now, his self-sacrifice is commemorated on every 25 January in Welsh to celebrate love. This is one little story that is not extensively publicized in the world yet containing a very similar story background and achievement (well, if you say that sacrificing yourself as a saint for the name of love and make it to be celebrated in the whole world is an achievement) with the very popular Love-celebrated day: Saint Valentine’s Day. This very special moment which commonly known as Valentine’s Day or shortened to Val’s Day by the teenagers is also a day when people (almost) all over the world commemorate to celebrate love. It will be a long story and history to retell the whole sequence of events of how the date on 14 February becomes undeniably acknowledged by most of the world population. Yet, the point is clear: love is in absolutely in the air and hanging around there on 14 February, and it is time to celebrate the moment.

Many people say that Valentine’s Day will be the best moment for anyone to express love. This is perhaps why lots of people try their best to find ways to express their love. Most of the time, since centuries ago, people use things like roses and cards to express their love. But now, we are living on the very early on 2011 and expecting Valentine’s Day to come. Roses and cards are still popular, but what valentine’s gift idea 2011 to be presented to the beloved ones? Below are some miscellaneous you can choose to express how you love your beloved ones.

First valentine’s gift idea 2011 – you can give to your beloved is kindle. Yes, a kindle will be a great present this year. It is now a highly technological era that everybody needs a touch of advancement to their daily life. Giving kindle will help your beloved to read any books he or she wants to read every where with an abundant choice of books. Just imagine it! A kindle will save more or less 3,500 books! Just in a small box named kindle. Then, you can give watch as you second option. This is an everlasting choice for a present. Watch is no longer used for its practicality to tell you the time but also for fashion. Different style of watch will bring you different atmosphere of style. Now, there are even more watch model that you can choose for your beloved ones. Or you can have the very common valentine’s gift idea 2011: chocolate. If song is a universal language, chocolate is a universal expression of love. Shapes of chocolates with various toppings wrapped in beautiful boxes are always become the very popular Valentine’s Day gift throughout the year almost in every part of the world. Another valentine’s gift idea 2011 is flower. Similar with chocolate, flower is also a universal language to express love. Even though there are different meanings for different flowers, whenever it is given with all of the heart sincerely, flower will always mean love.

Public Speaking: Gearing Your Presentation Toward a Technical Audience

When you are called on to present a technical training program, members of your audience are going to be very different from a typical public speaking audience. They are going to expect to hear information they can use immediately and learn skills that will enhance their on-the-job performance. They will be thinking of the time they spend listening to you as a learning investment. They’ll want your delivery to be concise and on time, accompanied with detailed handouts they can use later as a reference.

What do they know and what do they need to know? One of the most important things you can do when preparing to speak to a technical audience is to find out what they already know about the subject and what they need to know in order to come up to speed. Ask about their level of knowledge and understanding on the topic. What problems do they have? What do they need to learn? How are they going to use the information you present to them?

Make good use of their time. You must also be mindful of the time allotted for your public speaking presentation. A one-to-three hour session is ideal. Quite often, members of a technical audience have been pulled off the job to participate in training and co-workers are covering for them. You can make good use of their time by narrowing your subject, packing lots of useful information into a short period, offering practical applications and speaking from their perspective.

Invite them to participate. Most people learn best by doing. You can tell them what to do and show them what to do, but until they try it themselves, they won’t own it. Inviting your audience to participate increases their learning, holds their attention, reinforces your points and opens the floor for sharing new information. One way to involve people early in your public speaking program is to open with introductions where members of the audience share their goals, concerns and needs. This also helps audience members know who is in the room with them. An added benefit of having individuals introduce themselves is that you gain a stronger sense of what they expect from your public speaking presentation. You can also use their comments when you state your training objectives to show how the content of your program is directly related to their goals and needs. Be sure to consider the size of your audience when deciding if introductions are appropriate, given the time constraints.

Give them specific “how-to” information. Keep in mind that the people in your audience are trainees, in effect. Their managers are going to expect to see measurable changes in their behavior and improvements in their level of productivity. There is an expectation that your training will expand their abilities and practical skills. Provide members of your audience with specific information and support materials to help them learn the new skills. In addition, build in opportunities for them to practice and apply those skills in the learning environment.

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