Influence of Mathematics on Economics

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The summary of Pst Matthew Ashimolowo's message at the ongoing RCCG Youth Convention in Nigeria. Hope you'll learn something new and be blessed as you read.

MINDSET OF KINGDOM MILLIONAIRES

Money is like a current, it is either flowing to you or flowing away from you that is why it is called Currency. So you need to learn how to magnatise money.

Most people are poor because of lack of knowledge and examples/training they received from parents and authority figures. If you grew up in an environment that says "money is meant to be spent", you'll never have savings"

Psalm 66:12 Every year loads of people are joining the millionaires club! God wants to raise you as a person who can make a difference in your world.

It is not true that there is money scarcity in the world, rather every year millions of people cross the millionaires threshold.

Don't listen to the what ifs and words of distractions around you. You work towards getting blessed first and watch God teach you how to handle it.

There are people who lack the right knowledge to make wealth, some Christians will cry and pray for financial breakthroughs but their financial levels never change because they haven't obeyed the laws of wealth making. There are certain laws you must follow to make wealth, if you don't obey them you can't be a millionaire! The law of gravity doesn't respect anointing!

2Timothy 1:7 To be a millionaire you have to overcome the spirit of fear! Things may not always go right at first but don't let that stop you, God hasn't given you the spirit of fear!

The secret of success is that there are no secrets! If you do what others have done you will get the results other millionaires have gotten. God is no respecter of person, colour, gender or age. If you believe Him, He'll do greater things in your life.

The richest man in Nigeria, Aliko Dangote is not a Christian even…...

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