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The Science of Making Money – Lessons from the Bible

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Making money is scientific. Baking a cake is scientific. Driving a vehicle is scientific. When you follow the steps in a scientific process, you will achieve a predetermined objective.

The money you have today, is because you have applied elements of the science of making money, whether you know it or not. This book outlines in an easy to understand manner, the 12 steps as the Bible teaches and demonstrates, how you can joyously make money and serve your community to please God.

The science of making money has existed for thousands of years.
Historic texts indicate how successful and wealthy people of ancient
times used this science to accumulate wealth. Today, successful and
wealthy people are still using this science to make money.
Just as the science of aeronautics is based on the indisputable Law
of Lift and the Law of Gravity, there is a scientific way of making
money based on the Law of Making Money. The science of making
money, when properly applied, will lead to making money.
GUARANTEED!
This book presents two sciences:
1. The Science of Making Money with great ease, and
2. The Science of Making Money with great difficulty.
The ease or difficulty you have in making money is determined by
which of the sciences you are applying, and your underlying beliefs
and thoughts as you apply the science.
MAKING MONEY EASILY OR WITH DIFFICULTY IS A CHOICE!
MAKE A RIGHTEOUS CHOICE

This book is ideal for individuals that love to read the Bible, and it shows how the Science of Making Money is older than the bible

It is unfortunate that, as a result of incorrect teachings, some people associate money with evil.

The book talks to, and expands the famous verse, 1st Timothy 6:10 and explain its intentions for better understanding.

This book provides Bible students with a better understanding that it is God’s idea that you must have an abundance of money so that you are able to carry out the purposes for which you were sent to the planet. The science of making money is a biblical idea.
This book provides the reader with seventeen elements that make up the science, classified into three categories. To implement the science in your life, it is important to understand that of the seventeen elements, there is Truth Elements ( These just are – you can do nothing about them); then there is God Elements, ( These just are – you can do nothing about them, this is God’s responsibility) ; then lastly there is Personal Action Elements – You need to take action to complete the science.

This book is an easy read, and easy to also implement

The warning ………………………………………………….. 7
Introduction ………………………………………………… 10
THE SCIENCE DEFINITIONS …………………….. 13
What is science? ……………………………………………. 15
What is making? …………………………………………… 18
What is money? …………………………………………….. 21
The science of making money …………………………. 27
THE SCIENCE ELEMENTS ………………………… 29
Myth 1: Money is evil……………………………………… 33
Myth 2: Poverty equals spirituality ……………………. 43
Truth 1: God’s dream for you …………………………… 47
Truth 2: God’s process …………………………………… 53
Step 1: God gives you the gifts …………………………. 57
Step 2: God’s money empowering …………………….. 61
Step 3: God teaches you to profit………………………. 69
Step 4: God empowers you to wealth …………………. 73
Step 5: Know your purpose ……………………………… 79
Step 6: Set goals …………………………………………… 83
Step 7: Make the plans……………………………………. 87
Step 8: Work your plan …………………………………… 89
Step 9: Engage advisors ………………………………….. 91
Step 10: Have God-consciousness …………………….. 94
Step 11: Envision success ………………………………. 101
Step 12: Tithe and give …………………………………. 105
In summary ……………………………………………….. 109
The encouragement …………………………………….. 113
Bibliography ………………………………………………. 115

The warning
Approach the science of making money with an open mind.
The science of making money works for anyone who puts the principles to use.
The science of driving a car works for anyone who puts the principles to use.
It is not about age, race, colour, church, height, where you live or where you were born. This is a science. Pure and simple. A pastor and a thief can use the science of driving a car, and the car will move. A pastor and a thief can use the science of making money, and they will make money.
Matthew recorded Jesus, the greatest teacher of all time, in Matthew 5:45 as saying:
King James Version (KJV) “For he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.”
Amplified Version (AMP) “for He makes His sun rise on the wicked and on the good, and makes the rain fall upon the upright and the wrongdoers [alike].”
Good News Bible (GNB) “For he makes his sun to shine on bad and good people alike, and gives rain to those who do good and to those who do evil.”
Jesus was teaching the unconditionality of the laws and principles built into the universe. The rain does not choose the “good” farmers, or the “bad” farmers. It is people who have come up with the idea that “if you do not belong to my church, God will not bless you.”
The Law of Gravity does not work only on people of a certain church or religion. It works for everyone, and works on everyone.
Approach the science of making money with an open mind. The truth of the matter is that God’s principles work for all. I have quoted a number of verses from the Bible, as Christianity is the largest religion in the world, and the majority of people know of God, and have been taught about God.

This book is not about any particular church or doctrine. I have seen this science work for “so-called good people” and “so-called bad people”.
Learn the science of making money and apply it. Enjoy your money.

Introduction
We are going to take you step-by-step through the science of making money. The process comprises seventeen elements. To make money, you need to be conscious of the four elements of truth (TE) and the four elements of God action (GA)., You also need to put into practice the nine elements of personal action (PA).
We begin by explaining the key definitions in Chapters 1 to 4. We will then take you through the elements of the science in chapters 5 to 20.
The elements are indicated as E1 (for Element 1) and E2 (for Element 2), and so on. We have placed these elements in boxes so that you can refer to them easily.
We use these abbreviations in the book:
KJV: King James Version of the Bible
AMP: Amplified Version of the Bible
GNB: Good News Version of the Bible
TE: the Truth Element of the Science

GA: the God Action Element of the Science
PA: the Personal Action Element of the Science In the summary chapter, the difference is discussed between:
1. The Science of Making Money with Great Difficulty, and
2. The Science of Making Money with Great Ease.
Enjoy learning the science of making money, take action and make money.

Myth 1: Money is evil

In my experience, I have met many people with diverse thoughts on money and have heard different teachings on the subject. At the end of this book, I will share with you some important matters and truths about money.
As explained in Chapter 3 (What is money), money is simply a storage of value, and can neither be good nor evil.
The Love of money is the root of all evil
This statement or attitude has come from Apostle Paul’s letter to Timothy, found in 1 Timothy 6:10:
“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”
If you wish to understand the letter properly, you should not just pick up a sentence and make a doctrine of it. What adds to understanding the letter is the circumstances, the relationship between of the parties involved and the purpose for which the letter was written.
Loving money is an attitude. Hating money is an attitude.
Loving food is an attitude. Hating food is an attitude.
Loving a house is an attitude. Hating a house is an attitude.
Loving your work is an attitude. Hating your work is an attitude.
Paul’s intention in that sentence was not that people must not love money. It is rather, that they “should not love money in a manner that is detrimental to themselves or their neighbour”. In other words, having a bad love of money.
Whether it is money, food, a house or your work, you may have good love for these things, or you may have a bad love for these things.
Consider your love for your work. It is possible to love your work in a good way. It is also possible to love your work in a bad way.
Bad love for your work:
When you have a bad love for your work, you are at work all the hours that you are awake. You neglect your spouse, children, friends and the community, all in the name of work. At times you may be at home physically with your spouse, but your mind is on work issues.
This is love for your work, but it alienates you from the important people in your life. It may be the cause of you getting divorced and having serious challenges with your children. But you love your work. This is bad love.
Good love for your work:
When you have a good love for your work, you work hard and you are balanced. You give your spouse and children time and you participate in community matters. You still love your work, but you are balanced, and you still nurture great personal relationships outside work. This is good love.
The Apostle Paul could have said:
“For the love of your work is the root of all evil: while some have loved their work, they have erred from the faith,
neglected their wives and children, got divorced and become outcasts in their communities.”
If you do not have good love for your work, this will show in your results. You will wonder why other people advance
and you do not.
Most people have challenges with money because of their attitude to it. Their subconscious thoughts and beliefs towards money also creates challenges for them.
It is biblical and good to have good love for money. Paul never taught that you must hate money. The proper context of the verse was that loving money in a bad way leads to all evil.
Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 9:7:
Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.
And in 2 Corinthians 8:9:
For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, , that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye, through His poverty might be rich.
When you study Paul’s life, teachings and letters, you will realise that the doctrine that has prevailed about the love of money being the root of all evil is out of context in the way that many now understand it. It is true that if you have a bad love for money it will lead you to do evil. You need to love money in an appropriate way. It is also true that if you have a bad love for your work it will lead you to do evil..