Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Rich Church, Poor Church

I'm currently reading this book. Saw this at Barnes and Noble and did something I don't usually do — paid full price because I wanted to start reading it right away. Some people wonder why the wicked prosper. Often it is because so many Christians are afraid of prosperity. This book lays the Biblical foundation to show that godly prosperity is not about greed but about the kingdom of God.

Rich Church Poor Church:
Unlock the Secrets of Creating Wealth and Harness the Power of Money to Influence Everything

by John Louis Muratori

What happens when you combine modern economics, business principles and solid Biblical insight? You get Rich Church, Poor Church!

We live in a time when instruction on business, personal finance and corporate economics is absent from most churches. Rich Church, Poor Church combines modern economics, business principles and solid Biblical insight, and details the God-given inheritance that makes it possible for the Church to prosper and thrive in all environments. You no longer have to choose between spirituality and prosperity

John Muratori, internationally renowned speaker and one of our nations leading wealth strategists, demystifies spirituality and prosperity so that you can be wealthy, Gods way.

In this book, John blends decades of business experience, intensive research and proven leadership to present you with the specific laws that govern the entire spectrum of wealth generation. The 12 Biblical Laws of Wealth Creation are the most universal set of directives on prosperity. Not bound by economic limitations, these laws are transcultural and transgenerational. Regardless of your age, environment or financial situation, the 12 laws will stop the lack and shape your financial destiny!

John Muratori identifies seven gates of cultural influence that he refers to as the Mind Molders. He details the crucial role wealth plays in controlling the gates that shape the lifestyles of our society and mold the minds of your children.

John chronicles the history of the Jewish people and their miraculous ability to create wealth. Though they were a people without a country for over three thousand years, they prospered and flourished wherever they sojourned. They possess a promise from God for success, influence, wealth and riches. Within this history, John pinpoints the birth of modern capitalism and reveals that the Scriptures provided its framework.

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