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As I empty my cup, it is being filled and I am grateful. 

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Tonight's Subject: Tithing

Over the next six weeks, we're going to look at the four spiritual laws of prosperity. Edwene Gaines' book, The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity, will guide our conversation. Today's subject: tithing. 

Edwene was one of the first prosperity teachers I learned from. She'd come to a Panorama of Truth (UFBL's Summer Conference) to speak. I instantly fell in love with her. On my journey to becoming a tither, I held on to Edwene's story of tithing even when she couldn't pay for basic necessities. Her story inspired me and enabled me to persevere.

ARE YOU READY TO BE PROSPEROUS?

That's our conversation tonight...

Our series text is Edwene Gaines' http://amzn.to/2j53LIc

HOSTED BY

Sherri James

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A TESTIMONY FOR THE MONEY POEMS!

I experienced how The Money Poems work one night while cooking dinner. I'd just started reciting my poems two days prior when our internet went out at the house. My mother had gotten out of the hospital a few weeks prior. Since my parents are retired, the hospital stay altered their monthly income. Basically, things were tight and my father needed an extra week pay the full amount.

He called to get an extension and reconnection of services. The customer service representative told him there was nothing that could be done until the full amount was paid. When my dad told me what was said, I encouraged him to call back. I also suggested my mother be with him on the phone for the second call.

As my parents sat in the home office waiting to speak to a representative for the second time, I completed dinner and picked up my copy of The Money Poems I began reciting, softly, the poem f the day, which was Wednesday. I would recite the poem and go back to reading the book. Once I heard them on the phone with the new representative and his supervisr, I continuously recited the Wednesday poem. I was relaxed and smiling every time I recited the poem Once I felt completely at ease, I stopped and continued to read the book.

When my parents completed their phonecall, they informed me that the supervisor saw they'd never been disconnected before and agreed to turn on the interet service within the hour. I smiled to myself and announced, dinner was ready. 

~Dee Johnson (Houston, TX)

The Money Poems Book Cover

Keep Up with the Class!

The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity

Want to follow along? Get the book at Amazon.com. Tonight we're covering Part I: The First Law: Tithing