October 2, 2012

Get Rich! In Just a Few Hours a day!

by George Lawson

money falling from the skyJust a few hours of work a day can reward you with rich dividends!  With no money down, and all from the comfort of your own home, you can become unbelievably wealthy!  Millions have tried it and have testified to the results.

This is not a scam!!

Hard to believe? Well, if I were talking about money, I hope you would have the courage to call my church and get me fired. No, the rich treasure I’m talking about is the Word of God.

Do you have any idea of the rich treasure we possess in the Scriptures?

Do you affirm what David said of God’s words?

“They are more desirable than gold, yes, than much fine gold; Sweeter also than honey and the drippings of the honeycomb” (Psalm 19:10).

Do youbible treasure chest agree with Psalm 119:14?

“I have rejoiced in the way of Thy testimonies, As much as in all riches” (Psalm 119:14)

Are you of the same mind as Psalm 119:72?

“The law of Thy mouth is better to me than thousands of gold and silver pieces” (Psalm 119:72)

And if you believe this, are you allowing the Word of Christ to richly dwell within you? (Colossians 3:16).

you versionWe live in a time of unprecedented access to the Word of God.  Abundant treasures are available to us at the turn of a page, the click of a mouse or the touch of a screen (even if you didn’t rush out to get the new iPhone 5).

William Carey (1761-1834), who is considered to be the father of the modern missionary movement, lived during a time when things were much different.

william careyCarey left for India in June of 1793.  He didn’t see an Indian convert for 6 years, but God was pleased, to use him to lay the foundation for many converts to come.  One of his greatest accomplishments was the translation of the Scriptures into Bengali, as well as several other Indian languages. In February of 1801, more than 7 years after Carey arrived in India, the New Testament was printed – the first book intended for the common people. It was a historic event, he and his small team prayed, thanked God and William Carey chose Colossians 3:16 as his text for preaching.

“Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly”.

bibleCarey understood that the introduction of the Scriptures would bring to the Hindu people salvation (1 Peter 1:23), sanctification (John 17:17) and unbelievable riches (Colossians 3:16). Is this how you see your Bible?  Do you appreciate the rich treasure you possess?  And to think, in just a few hours day, you can become unbelievably wealthy, with no money down and all from the comfort of your own home!  Millions have tried it and have testified to the results. This is not a scam!

“Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you” (Colossians 3:16).

 

George Lawson

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George is a graduate of The Master's Seminary and is the Pastor-Teacher of Baltimore Bible Church, a new church plant in Baltimore, MD (www.baltimorebiblechurch.org)
  • Scott

    Great post George. The Word of God and the faith that He has given me (which are forever tied together) are my most valuable possessions. I can afford to lose anything else, but not them!

    • outreaching

      Isn’t that the truth! I was just reading Psalm 49 this morning. In verses 16-17 it says: “Do not be afraid when a man becomes rich, When the glory of his house is increased; For when he dies he will carry nothing away; His glory will not descend after him.” If we focus our attention on eternity, what we treasure will reflect that. Thanks!

  • Larry

    @George. Refreshing! The “riches” of Christ are unsearchable and His ways past finding out!

  • Inclement Nimbus

    George,

    Once again you lure me in with your blog title trickery! LOL. You make a great point here. I think Christian (especially Americans) need to reevaluate what we consider riches. God’s word is full of abundant blessing. It is an overloaded banquet table to feast from. Yet people still pray for and seek after the material.

    • outreaching

      “Blog title trickery” Ha, that sounds like a good blog title itself! Isn’t it sad that we who have more materially tend to have the least spiritually? In my limited experience in other countries, Christians with less materially appear to be more satisfied and appreciate the true riches more. Thanks!

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