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Moses’ farming advice (and what it means for your business success)

Dt. 24 v19: When you are harvesting in your field and overlook a sheaf, do not go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, so that the LORD your God may bless you in all the work of your hands.

You’re gonna succeed.

WHEN, not If ….

Just a matter of time and imagination.

They hadn’t succeed yet, but they will.

When you’ve succeeded, you have it within your means to help the less fortunate succeed too.

You’re were just like them once, remember?

And once you’ve helped them succeed, who’d you think they’ll be?

Hmmm, an ARMY of your most loyal followers, maybe?

The foreigner, the fatherless and the widow.

Refugees, youngsters from broken homes, single mums and dads …. anyone eager and trying to get a leg up …

Opportunities are not created equal.

You overlooked that sheaf for a reason …..

Do this, and you’ll be blessed.

WHAT? I already am!

Precisely, more’s coming.

Don’t limit yourself — think BIGGER.

In all the work of your hands.

Don’t quit working — retirement’s for people tired of being blessed. (That isn’t you, is it?)

This advice applies to ANY business.

In the verses that follow, Moses talks about olives and grapes.

Mind blown yet?



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David Kimbell

David Kimbell


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