Why You Must Pursue Your Prophetic Dreams – Part 3

Why You Must Pursue Your Prophetic Dreams – Part 3

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We recently started this series of articles about pursuing the dreams that God has put in our hearts. So far we have looked at how we all have a responsibility to pursue those dreams to the benefit of others around us which in turn blesses us too. Another point we looked at is that not everything we see is the truth and that you have a choice as to what you’re going to believe. So if you missed the first 2 posts please read Part 1 then Part 2 first before going through this one.

If you are reading this post I assume you want to know the truth, that is, you decided to take the red pill. I did say in the previous post that most of you may get upset by what I’m about to share but remember that the truth shall set you free. Consider what the Bible says,

”The thief cometh not, but for to steal, to kill, and to destroy; I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” ~ John 10:10

If there is more than enough wealth to be shared around the world why is it that a few are wealthy while the majority is poor? The statistic I have come across is that 95% of the world’s wealth is shared by 5% of the population while 5% of the wealth is shared by 95% of the population. It’s such a huge disparity, right? A lot of it has to do with lack of education on how to become wealthy. Would it be surprising to learn that it didn’t happen by accident? It’s a system that was deliberately designed to keep people from being wealthy and keep them under control.

“Question everything.” ~ Albert Einstein

The system was designed in a very subtle way, however. Many of us from childhood are trained to go to school, get good grades, and get a good job with the goal of having the company take care of you in your old age. While this model worked many years back it doesn’t apply in this day and age. A lot of us will get the approval of other people when we take that path.

On the other hand if you decide that you’re going to venture into business to create wealth am I right to say that you will face massive opposition? The argument is that it is risky and you may lose the little that you have. That fear is just another tool the enemy uses to control people and keep them from fulfilling their dreams. The enemy is afraid that if you achieve your dreams other people will see the light and mess up his agenda to destroy mankind.

“The greatest weapon in the mind of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.” ~ Steve Biko

Some may argue that money is not important after all to justify their mediocrity. If that is true why is it that on average 50% of marriages end in divorce? Why is it harder to have a sold out praise and worship concert than it is to have a sold out rock concert? Why is it that churches struggle for resources to do God’s work effectively while it’s relatively easy to sell pornography? Pornography happens to be a billion dollar industry, by the way. There is a constant battle between the Kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness and money is a tool that we use to advance either of the two. The enemy understands that if he can keep the children of light from being wealthy he can advance his evil agenda to destroy mankind.

The system is designed to make us robots that just do what they are told to do. They know that people that are broke can be easily manipulated through fear. Steve Biko, a South African anti-apartheid activist of the past, once said, “The greatest weapon in the mind of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.

Consider what I said in Part 1 of this series. You are on your death bed and you find out that you are going to die. You will regret more the things that you didn’t attempt largely because of fear than the things that you tried and failed at. If you are going to die anyway why not give life everything you’ve got? The little you have you are going to leave behind after all when you die.

All of us are born to win but then get programmed to lose which massively inhibits the fulfillment of our potential. Join us again in the next post to learn more truth that will set you free. If this post has helped you feel free to share on social media and share your thoughts in the comments section below.

To be continued

About the author

Sija Mafu is an Online Enthusiast, Personal Development Fan, Global Business owner and a Master in The Art of Living. Also as a devout Christian, his vision is to see young people take responsibility for their lives and create bright futures for themselves, their families and society at large.

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