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PURPOSE, PASSION, POSITION THE PREREQUISITE TO PROSPERITY

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PURPOSE, PASSION & POSITION

The Prerequisite to Prosperity

PURPOSE, PASSION, POSITION IS THE
PREREQUISITE TO PROSPERITY!

Purpose - we must first understand who we and who’s we are before we will ever understand the vastness of our economic and human potential in order to take responsibility over the stewardship of our time, talent and treasure.

Passion - comes after the discovery and understanding of one’s purpose. Passion is the prerequisite to success and obtaining prosperity. Passion is watered down enthusiasm. Enthusiasm means GOD IN US or GOD IN IT. 

Position is where PURPOSE AND PASSION comes together as one! You must first determine your poition in the body of Christ or in the world of Economics. Your position or PLACE leads to passion, that passion leads to PURPOSE.

Purpose, Passion, Position must be KNOWN before you can determine your financial destination. For example, you can prepare to drive a car to get from New York to London all you want, but you’ll never get there because a car was not purposed nor designed to cross the ocean.

Crossing the expanse of the Atlantic Ocean requires either a boat or a plane designed specifically for a long transoceanic trip.

Financial plans like many marriages fail before they even get started because people fail to discover and understand their purpose before they get underway and start making decisions about who they’re going to spend the rest of their lives with or what financial direction their lives will take. If you don’t understand the purpose of a thing you are likely to abuse it.

So, we often find ourselves mired in emotionally or even physically abusive relationships and equally abusive financial circumstances all because we made decisions without first having made the basic discovery and understanding of our purpose.

 

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