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Stop! You Don't Have to Do Crime!

Stop! You Don't Have to Do Crime!

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Change your results or outcomes, and when you do, you can . . .7. Change your lifeThis seven-step process leads to mental, emotional and physical changes that transform you from predator to contributor. But it's not easy.Remember, a three-prong prime directive governs criminal thinking. Criminals want to get over, get away and if caught, get out as soon as possible so they can return to getting over. The operative term in this directive is "get!" It summarizes the principal motivation of all crime--to get! To stop doing crime, you must change that thinking to the thinking summarized in what I refer to as the seven economic principles of the kingdom of God. Please understand that from whateve perspective you view it, crime is an economic issue. You--the criminal--do not have something you want! Usually, that "something" translates into a monetary value that you can trade or barter for something else you want, be it drugs, a fancy lifestyle, or whatever.During the past 40 years, I have learned seven economic principles from the Bible that have been the principal reasons I no longer do crime because these principles yield a significantly greater return to me every month than my entire 20 years of doing crime did, combined.This new thinking process begins with the priority principle stated in Matthew 6:33 that says: "Seek first God's kingdom and His righteousness and God will provide the basics--food, shelter and clothing. I do not have the time or the space here to elaborate on how this principle has been fulfilled in my life during the past 40 years, but rest assured that I know and know that I know the truth of this principle.Next comes the performance principle, summarized in Luke 16:1-13 in the parable of the unjust steward. They key phrase says: "Anyone who is faithful in little will also be faithful in much. Being faithful in little means learning something that the Apostle Paul summarizes in his epistle to the Phillipians. He wrote: "I have learned that in whatever state I find myself, therewith to be content." Being content with little is synonymous to being faithful in little. This attitude of mental contentment continues to abide with you even as God increases your blessings to what can only be defined as "much."Next comes what I refer to as the partnership principle, summarized in Luke 6:38: "Give and it will be given to you, a good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over will men give into your bosom, because with the same measure you use in giving, I will measure it back to you." I apply this partnership principle, for example, with investors. In every investment package I put together, the investors receive 60 percent of the project revenue off the top, before business expenses, before profit. I do that because God, my business partner, promises to use the same measure I use--in this case 60 percent--in providing blessings to me. So every business deal yields a 100 percent return for me.Next comes the payment principle, summarized in mark 10:29-30 "'I tell you the truth,' Jesus replied, 'no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields) and with them persecutions and in the age to come eternal life.'"Stop! You Don't Have to Do Crime!
Change your results or outcomes, and when you do, you can . . .7. Change your lifeThis seven-step process leads to mental, emotional and physical changes that transform you from predator to contributor. But it's not easy.Remember, a three-prong prime directive governs criminal thinking. Criminals want to get over, get away and if caught, get out as soon as possible so they can return to getting over. The operative term in this directive is "get!" It summarizes the principal motivation of all crime--to get! To stop doing crime, you must change that thinking to the thinking summarized in what I refer to as the seven economic principles of the kingdom of God. Please understand that from whateve perspective you view it, crime is an economic issue. You--the criminal--do not have something you want! Usually, that "something" translates into a monetary value that you can trade or barter for something else you want, be it drugs, a fancy lifestyle, or whatever.During the past 40 years, I have learned seven economic principles from the Bible that have been the principal reasons I no longer do crime because these principles yield a significantly greater return to me every month than my entire 20 years of doing crime did, combined.This new thinking process begins with the priority principle stated in Matthew 6:33 that says: "Seek first God's kingdom and His righteousness and God will provide the basics--food, shelter and clothing. I do not have the time or the space here to elaborate on how this principle has been fulfilled in my life during the past 40 years, but rest assured that I know and know that I know the truth of this principle.Next comes the performance principle, summarized in Luke 16:1-13 in the parable of the unjust steward. They key phrase says: "Anyone who is faithful in little will also be faithful in much. Being faithful in little means learning something that the Apostle Paul summarizes in his epistle to the Phillipians. He wrote: "I have learned that in whatever state I find myself, therewith to be content." Being content with little is synonymous to being faithful in little. This attitude of mental contentment continues to abide with you even as God increases your blessings to what can only be defined as "much."Next comes what I refer to as the partnership principle, summarized in Luke 6:38: "Give and it will be given to you, a good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over will men give into your bosom, because with the same measure you use in giving, I will measure it back to you." I apply this partnership principle, for example, with investors. In every investment package I put together, the investors receive 60 percent of the project revenue off the top, before business expenses, before profit. I do that because God, my business partner, promises to use the same measure I use--in this case 60 percent--in providing blessings to me. So every business deal yields a 100 percent return for me.Next comes the payment principle, summarized in mark 10:29-30 "'I tell you the truth,' Jesus replied, 'no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields) and with them persecutions and in the age to come eternal life.'"Stop! You Don't Have to Do Crime!

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Stop! You Don't Have to Do Crime!
 In summary, here's what you must do:1. Change your thinking, and when you do, you can . . .2. Change your beliefs, and when you do, you can . . .3. Change your perspectives, and when you do, you can . . .4. Change your attitude, and when you do, you can . . .5. Change your behavior, and when you do, you can . . .6. Change your results or outcomes, and when you do, you can . . .7. Change your lifeThis seven-step process leads to mental, emotional and physical changes that transform youfrom predator to contributor. But it's not easy.Remember, a three-prong prime directive governs criminal thinking. Criminals want to getover, get away and if caught, get out as soon as possible so they can return to getting over.The operative term in this directive is "get!" It summarizes the principal motivation of allcrime--to get! To stop doing crime, you must change that thinking to the thinking summarizedin what I refer to as the seven economic principles of the kingdom of God. Please understandthat from whateve perspective you view it, crime is an economic issue. You--the criminal--donot have something you want! Usually, that "something" translates into a monetary value thatyou can trade or barter for something else you want, be it drugs, a fancy lifestyle, orwhatever.During the past 40 years, I have learned seven economic principles from the Bible that havebeen the principal reasons I no longer do crime because these principles yield a significantlygreater return to me every month than my entire 20 years of doing crime did, combined.This new thinking process begins with the priority principle stated in Matthew 6:33 that says:"Seek first God's kingdom and His righteousness and God will provide the basics--food,shelter and clothing. I do not have the time or the space here to elaborate on how thisprinciple has been fulfilled in my life during the past 40 years, but rest assured that I knowand know that I know the truth of this principle.Next comes the performance principle, summarized in Luke 16:1-13 in the parable of theunjust steward. They key phrase says: "Anyone who is faithful in little will also be faithful in

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