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Build An Ark (Prepare for the Future)

The FLOOD will be on time and it will not wait on proscrastinators. The flood represents hard times, suffering, recessions, persecution, and tribulation. As Believers we must be prepared in every way. Spiritually, physically, emotionally, relationally, and financially.

God told Noah to build an Ark. It was for the future. The Ark held things that were needed for the future. It was protection and it was a preserver.

Build an Ark. Protect yourself from floods. Make the ARK big enough to hold the future. The ARk was 7 stories high and 510 feet long. It had 3 stories. God is wise and knew the exact size it needed to be in order to hold food, people, and all animals.

Many Christians are too "spiritual" to plan for their future financially. The flood is coming and Christians need to get wise.

Deut 28:8 “The LORD will guarantee a blessing on everything you do and will fill your storehouses with grain. The LORD your God will bless you in the land he is giving you.

DO YOU HAVE A STOREHOUSE? You need investment accounts, etc. I'm not going to talk that much about here but you need to get a copy of my Book "Personal Monetary System" and STUDY it. It's time to get out of the system and start dominating and preparing for the future.

As you’re building your ARK, God will give you the wisdom on what to do to make sure that it is sustainable and durable enough to last and stand during a flood, recession, or hard times.

Create rooms to hold things that will produce in the future. Create multiple investment accounts and store up to give, invest, and save for the future. Read Gen 9:1-3

You have to be disciplined to have rooms. If not, you’ll get tempted to eat what’s in them. Make sure you don't go into your investment accounts and spend all the money. Let it build. Let it help secure your future.

Once again get my Book "Personal Monetary System" to understand this more. Order here:

Now, go get started!

Pastor Doc Murphy

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