The Financial Matrix

The Financial Matrix, like the fictitious Matrix in the film, is a system of governmental money control designed to keep people in bondage to debt (control the flow of capital & you control the masses & a culture of borrowing).

This seven minute video peels back a few layers of the onion and, more importantly, offers real-time solutions.

The Financial Matrix 2

 

The Financial Matrix

Red or Blue

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LLR Corporate Subscription overview

LLR Corporate Development

The LLR Corporate Development Program (overview)

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Pandering . . .

. . . is NEVER a good strategy!

 

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[AR] Actual Reality (new tech!)

Absolutely amazing!

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GLS 2018 Highlight/Recap

More info on this, here.

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Is truth, truth?

Twisted, pretzel logic, alternative facts & opinion reported as “news”. . .  Pilate_What is Truth

. . . there is, apparently, nothing new under the sun . . .

“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.
~Winston Churchill

 

 

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More “more” & more “before” . . .

A sees MORE than others see & they see it BEFORE others see it.   GLS_2018

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Effective, Fervent Prayer

You’ve heard it said that “Leaders are readers”. The leaders I know are also pray-ers. Do you pray for your organization? For your leaders>? For the successful implementation of your policies, procedures & projects?

Wise men seek the Lord’s council as well as His blessing by praying to know His will. Before taking the business “battlefield” – try spending some time on your knees, seeking His wisdom for your next move.
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From Blackaby.net, July 9th, 2018

The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.
James 5:16b

God promises all believers that if we live righteously and pray fervently, our prayers will be effective and produce significant results. How do we treat a promise like this? We might argue, “But I do pray, and nothing happens!”  Our problem is that we do not hold ourselves accountable to the Scripture. God’s Word says that prayer ought to accomplish Effective+Fervent Prayermuch. If our prayer life is not accomplishing much, what should we do? If we are praying but seeing no results, should we conclude that this promise is untrue? Should we excuse this Scripture as impractical and unrealistic? Or should we examine ourselves to see if we meet its conditions?

James says that fervent prayer avails much. Could it be that we are not as fervent in our praying as we should be? Fervent prayer means we do not quit easily. Fervent prayer means we purposefully spend sufficient time in intercession. Fervent prayer means we cry out to the Father, sometimes in tears, with our heart and soul. Fervent prayer comes as the Holy Spirit assists us in praying with groanings too deep for words (Rom. 8:26).

According to James, our righteousness will ensure effective prayer. God’s standard of righteousness is different from ours, for He looks beyond our actions, even beyond our thoughts, directly to our hearts. How then should we hold ourselves accountable if our prayers are accomplishing little? If nothing happens when we pray, the problem is not with God. The problem is with us, for God’s word is absolutely reliable. If we adhere to what God requires, He will lead us to pray for things that align with His purposes, and God will answer our prayers in a mighty way.

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