Recession is an economic reality in our American culture. The system is designed to control the economic advancement of the people. However, Kingdom Multimillionaires are not of this culture. The Kingdom of God is one of abundance, prosperity, growth and stability. The only ups and downs we experience are the ones we bring on ourselves by being out of sync with Kingdom Culture. Kingdom Principles keep us grounded and unaffected by what is going on around us.
With a foundation of always “seeking the Kingdom of God and it’s righteousness”, there are two things we can do to Recession-Proof our lives. One is to always seek Significance more than you seek success. This is not the regular way we think about wealth. It is so easy to just think about getting the money, but the reality of it is, Significance leads to lasting success and money.
A simple way to describe Significance would be to answer the question, “Would I be doing this work or business if I was not being paid for it?” Is this something you enjoy doing? Is this something that means a lot to you? If you are just working for money, after a while, the money won’t be thrilling to you any more. You will look for something else to fulfill you if what you are doing is not Significant to you.
“The price for your soul should be what your soul delights in. You have one life. Make as much money as you want. But don’t let the promise of money make you do what you will not be happy with.”
Significance is found in your Purpose. There’s a lot written about Purpose but it is simply something that fits your talents, abilities and desires. It really boils down to something that you enjoy but also adds value to life for yourself and others. (See:
(See: “The Superiority of a Purpose Driven Business and “Find Your Purpose: Become a Multimillionaire) You will find that what you do is not driven by the environment, but it’s driven by your internal goals. This is Recession-Proof action. Holy Spirit will guide you through environmental issues to success if you are on your God-Given Purpose or Mission.
“You don’t get rich by doing certain things — you get rich by doing things in a certain way”
In unstable financial times, the way we manage our money is paramount. Our focus must be on growing money rather than spending money. As our income increases, a focus on asset accumulation is the Recession-Proof way to Multimillionaire status. We can see this by just considering how the rich become richer.
“ They don’t buy luxuries with ordinary income and take on consumer debt such that all of their salary is spent servicing that debt. Instead, they own apartment houses, businesses, or stock portfolios that generate income and wealth. Then they use the income and wealth from those assets to pay for the life of their dreams.”
Jason Clendenen “The Secret to Why the Rich Get Richer and You Don’t.”
Solid Multimillionaires buy asset producing things with the income they don’t need for basic living expenses. They don’t spend money by buying things that depreciate in value like, clothes, cars and other things that don’t automatically gain value until they have discretionary money.
“Instead, they own apartment houses, businesses, or stock portfolios that generate income and wealth.Then they use the income and wealth from those assets to pay for the life of their dreams.”
Robert Kyosaki, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”
Robert Kyosaki, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”
The fact is that they don’t rely on their salaries to pay for their house, car, or vacation. They pay for the depreciating things with their assets, such as real estate, investment, or business profits.
The bottom line…Kingdom Multimillionaires are Recession-Proof because they are engaged in a Significant Purpose designed by God and they manage their money as most rich people do with a focus on asset accumulation.
Following is a powerful blessing for you:
“May you have insight and God’s dream for the wonder of the Kingdom. And may you create wealth and change the world around you with the power of God’s Kingdom.”
Tommy Reid and Al Warner, “Create Wealth to Build God’s Dream”