Today our world is full of codes—from the Morse code to the enigma code, dress codes, computer codes, legal codes, etc. A “code” is defined as a “system of words, letters or signs used to cipher/decode a message.” It can also mean a “set of principles, establishing order, rules or laws.”
What are the Divine Wealth Codes?
Did you know the Bible also contains codes? I call them Wealth Codes, because they exist to make our lives successful, fulfilled and abundant. These Wealth Codes come in the form of the Divine Wisdom, Promises, Covenants and Blessings. All these are the Divine keys, given to “the seekers” who desire to unlock the bright future God has prepared for them.
DISCLAIMER: The Divine Wealth Codes are not another set of “bullet points” to be read and stored away. They don’t work for those who don’t ask for and apply them daily.
HOWEVER, The Wealth Codes are mysteries, “hidden in plain sight,” that benefit those who continually seek them like the “Pearl of Great Price.”
When I first discovered the Divine Wealth Codes, I was already a “seasoned” businessman. Even though I was a Christian, I didn’t know that God cared about every aspect of my financial life. I certainly did not build my business upon the foundation of His Wealth Codes. Even though I toiled hard to make a fortune, I was never peaceful or content with those achievements.
When God explained to me the purpose of His Wealth Codes, the Bible suddenly came alive and ignited my heart with a passion to discover them. Since then, I’ve experienced that God’s Blessing and His Way of doing business bring lasting success, peace and happiness—an abundance without the addition of sorrow, hurt or hard labor (Proverbs 10:22).
Since the Wealth Codes have changed my life, they can change yours, too! My goal as the Wealth Codes Coach is to introduce you to successful concepts you have not known, understood or ignored. I want you to believe—and then experience—that Father God is able and willing TO DO FOR YOU far more abundantly beyond ALL that you ask, think or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).
This is what Solomon discovered when God appeared to him in a dream and asked, “What do you want me to do for you?”