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Life Is Seedtime and Harvest

Show of hands. Who’s saying they love the idea of dividend paying (participating) whole life (permanent) insurance policy set up properly (customized) by an  Infinite Banking Concept-oriented  broker through a reputable mutual life insurance company, but you don’t have the money to invest? 

You’re flat broke; have unfathomable debt, and don’t make anything at your job. (Photo by Pixabay.)

I have your answer. It’s the Biblical principle of “seedtime and harvest” (“sowing and reaping.”) Whatever you sow, you reap. Every seed, in other words, will produce fruit or produce after its kind. An apple seed, for example produces apples, wheat seed yields wheat, etc. (Photo by Pixabay.)

Likewise, money produces money.

There are 2 things of utmost importance that goes along with this principle. First, God gives seed to the sower. Not only does God give seed to the sower, but He will multiply it, if you ask. “Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness ...” (2 Cor. 9:10). 

What this means is that any money that is legitimately yours is “seed money,” and everybody has seed money. If you hate your job, change your attitude because its purpose is to provide you the seed money needed to yield your abundant harvest.

Second, the Biblical Parable of the Sower. Where you “sow” or “invest” your money is critical. You won’t yield much harvest if you sow your money in rocky, thorny or little soil. Sow your money in good soil and you will reap an abundant harvest.

Wait. Slow down. What?

Remember, this is one of those paradigm shift things -- a throw your net on the other side of the boat moment -- so hang with me here.

You absolutely, positively can invest in a dividend paying (participating) whole life (permanent) insurance policy set up properly (customized) by an  Infinite Banking Concept-oriented  broker through a reputable mutual life insurance company. You may not be insurable, but you know someone who is insurable. You may not have a great deal of money to invest, but you have the “seed money” to get you started. Once you get started, you can use your policy to do all kinds of things: generate more policies, pay taxes, purchase machines, cars or whatever.

What if you’re telling me all your seed money goes to living expenses and paying down debt? Two things: never, ever eat all your seed money, and two, always, always pay yourself first. Live by these truths and you will have abundance! Promise.

Life is seedtime and harvest. Jesus said, “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10). In Hebrew, the word “abundant” refers to financial abundance. You’re supposed to have a great and awesome harvest, but to get there you need to wisely plant your seed money.

**Note: I am not a financial guru nor a licensed insurance agent. I am not affiliated with Nelson Nash and the Infinite Banking Concept nor Alpha & Omega Financial Services (links below). I love to teach. Plain and simple.
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