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Overview Your subconscious makes 95% of your decisions. If you deep down believe the LIE that it is spiritual to be poor, then you subconscious will sabotage your life and your finances to keep you spiritual (poor according to your belief system). There is only one thing that can free you from the bondage of a lie,THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE!!! The truth will set free this generation. This will be the generation of Christians who get the wealth that was laid up for them. God will take pleasure in the prosperity of his children (psalms 35). God wants you to have an abundance that you can give out off for every good work (II Corinthians 9). God wants you blessed so you can be a blessing.
Publishers Description Your subconscious makes 95% of your decisions. If you deep down believe the LIE that it is spiritual to be poor, then your subconscious will sabotage your life and your finances to keep you spiritual (poor, according to your belief system). There is only one thing that can free you from the bondage of a lie, THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE!!!
The truth will set free this generation. This will be the generation of Christians who get the wealth that was laid up for them. God will take pleasure in the prosperity of his children (psalms 35). God wants you to have an abundance that you can give out of for every good work (II Corinthians 9). God wants you blessed so you can be a blessing.
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It's spiritual to be rich Aug 17, 2009
This great book is for new Christians, church leaders, teachers and pastors. Teachings of the church have left a belief that it is spiritual to be poor. That is a lie. This author teaches foundationally the Word of God to ensure the reader....the believer will take the God-directed action to grow in His wisdom and learn just how not to be poor or struggling. Husbands and wives, teenages, and young adults need to open this book and learn how to live consistent with the Word of God realtive to living out of debt while producing wealth. A great read for all! Thanks to the author!
Life Changing?? Aug 6, 2009
I cannot understand how time after time the same people say the same thing- "this book changed my life". It seems that every time Scot Anderson writes a book, it changes the same people's lives-just look at the names in the book reviews. Unless of course, their lives really need changing with each publication...
rich Aug 2, 2009
Great book about how God wants us to prosper and to help others. It starts with the attitude of our hearts. Recommend to those that want to prosper and become what God wants us to be.
Scot hits another homerun!!!! Jul 19, 2009
I am a huge fan of Scot and have everyone of his books. This book is special to me as it hits home on alot of subconscience misconceptions I have had. Until reading this book I didn't realize that deep down I still had thoughts that it was spiritual to be poor. Though I am a very successful business woman, I beleive that I have been limited by these thoughts. The workbook inside the book helped me overcome these limitations.
I also love the practical, down to earth, I can use it now information. As always Scot puts it in a way that is very easy to understand and more importantly to apply.
It is time that the christians get the wealth God has for them so we can be that light unto the earth.
I believe that for any christian out there this is a must own book. Actually I think this would be great for any non-christian to read to see that our God does not beat you up, make you sick, and keep you poor. Our God wants you to be blessed, healthy, and live a long prosperous life.
DON'T LISTEN TO JACK COZZA...look at his reviews all anderson books? All one star... Obviously someone who hates Scot. He actually couldn't have read it, he reviewed it before it was released. Plus would he buy it, if he hates Scot's books so much.
Breaking the Poverty Mind Set Jul 18, 2009
Scot Anderson challenges the reader to use their talents, skills, and opportunities to break out of their poverty mind set. Scot introduces new concepts, ideas, and strategies for creating wealth while experiencing God's abundance.
"God Wants You Rich: Not Poor & Struggling" contrasts two theological interpretations of how God intends for Christians to look at abundance and wealth in the world today. On the one hand there is teaching on the virtue of sacrifice and on the other the promise of claiming and receiving God's plentiful blessings.
Scot includes excerpts from his book "Think Like a Billionaire, Become a Billionaire" and "Millionaire Habits in 21 Days." These chapters are filled with key points on money as a tool, investing, gaining wisdom, the use of time, change from the inside out, on the power of belief, experiencing success, choices, and how habits change your world.
Anderson stresses and reminds the reader of the importance of relationships, (God, family, and others) examining priorities, and fulfilling the great commission in light of "motivation" for attaining wealth.
Each chapter provides a selection of action steps highlighted in the narrative and a page for recording reflections or journaling personal implementation these action steps. I found these exercises extremely beneficial to personally applying and integrating these principles experientially. I also appreciated the way Scot covered the subject of poverty and needs in underdeveloped parts of the world as ways surplus individual wealth can be channeled through the church to provide funds to help alleviate economic, medical, and educational needs worldwide.
"God Wants You Rich, Not Poor and Struggling" draws on Biblical principles to motivate the reader to take action steps toward prosperity. Scot is both a motivator and a mentor. This is a book for one wanting to get out of personal economic crisis or for someone needing a reminder of the availability of God's abundant blessings.