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    Explore "Ownership" with insightful episodes like "Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!", "Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!", "Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ", "Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ" and "Being a Disciple (3): OWNED, but POSSESSING all things" from podcasts like ""Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days (audio)", "Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days", "Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days (audio)", "Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days" and "Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days"" and more!

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    Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!

    Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!
    Following Christ as Lord means we must accept the truth we belong to Him we don’t own ourselves. Once we embrace His absolute authority, then surrendering (our independence) to Him follows naturally, and obedience flows naturally from this surrender. This is liberating, as we can let go of trying to control everything ourselves. The essence of sin is not just rejecting God's authority, but also His ownership, as Adam and Eve did to be their own god, operating in independence from God. They coveted their own power to be in control and own things for themselves apart from God, which cut them off from the God, who is life. They did not experience freedom, but became slaves of sin and satan. By physical birth, this sin-nature in the flesh was transmitted to all of us (John 3:6). That’s why our flesh wants independence (self-ownership) and resists God’s authority. We were lost, but Jesus came to win us back to God. He paid the ransom price (His Blood) to purchase us for God, and set us free. He did not purchase us, for us to be independent from God, but to come under His loving ownership. So, God has a 2-fold claim of ownership on us, He (1) created us and (2) redeemed us, so if we accept that purchase, we are freed from sin to be slaves of God. God gave very Jew a piece of the Promised Land to possess, but if he got into debt (a picture of sin), (1) he could lose possession of his land, and (2) become a slave to pay his debts, until a kinsman-redeemer came, and pay the price to release him from slavery and purchase back the land, so he could enjoy it again, although the redeemer now owned it. The land is a picture of the earth and all the blessings, God gave to man to enjoy (Psalm 115:16). Although God owns the earth, (1) Adam surrendered man’s dominion over the world to satan, and we lost our possession of God’s blessing, and (2) became slaves to sin and satan. Jesus became a man to be our Kinsman Redeemer, and by His Blood, He purchased the earth and all who’ve lived on it. So He has the legal right to take possession of the earth from His enemies. He will start to enforce this right in the Tribulation judgments, that climax at the 2nd Coming, when He destroys all His enemies and establishes His Kingdom on earth. Believers in Heaven understand the glory, honour and power they receive from God belongs to Him; and they belong to Him, for He created them – the 1st basis for God’s ownership of us (Revelation 4:11). This is the basis for their total surrender to God. The 2nd basis is redemption, the theme of Revelation 5, where Jesus is revealed as the Redeemer, who purchased us with His Blood, so we belong to God (v9-10). Thus, God is our Owner and Christ our Redeemer, who possesses us through giving His Spirit to indwell us (1Corinthians 6:19,20). Knowing they belong to Christ and thus every blessing they have received also belongs to Him, in v12 they surrender it all back to God: “Worthy is the LAMB, who was slain, to receive (1) POWER (to do works, this power is to be surrendered back to God, so we stay submitted under His control and filled with His power. Our submission to God’s power flows out of acknowledging God is the Owner and Source of all our power), and (2) RICHES (wealth - we are not owners, just stewards of God’s resources, to use them for His purposes and glory), and (3) WISDOM (including knowledge and understanding - submit and release your thoughts back to God, so He has control), and (4) STRENGTH (including health, in our whole being), and (5) HONOUR (value, importance, authority, status, exaltation), and (6) GLORY (God’s manifested anointing, love, radiance, beauty shining through us), and (7) BLESSING (happiness, emotional well-being).” v13: “BLESSING, HONOUR, GLORY, and (8) DOMINION (ruling power, ability to reign) be to HIM who sits on the Throne, and to the Lamb, forever and ever!” When you surrender what you have received from God back to God, He can give you more to enjoy and possess. We are to surrender our works to God, so we do them under His authority, trusting in His power and for His glory, to fulfil His purposes. Then they are not our works, but His works through us, and He gets the glory. God’s River must flow through us, so we have to (1) receive it by faith, then (2) give it back to God in love. If own (covet) nothing, then He can bless you with all things to possess: “Blessed are the poor, for theirs (to possess) is the Kingdom of God (all His riches, which are under His rule)” (Luke 6:20). If we try to hold onto and control His blessing, as if it were ours, we shut ourselves off from it. Our surrender is the basis for our holiness and happiness, as it allows Him to take possession of us by His Spirit, who carries the blessing, so we then possess His blessedness. Then He manifests His blessings through us in our life, as we walk with God and obey Him.

    Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!

    Being a Disciple (5): Worthy is the Lamb!
    Following Christ as Lord means we must accept the truth we belong to Him we don’t own ourselves. Once we embrace His absolute authority, then surrendering (our independence) to Him follows naturally, and obedience flows naturally from this surrender. This is liberating, as we can let go of trying to control everything ourselves. The essence of sin is not just rejecting God's authority, but also His ownership, as Adam and Eve did to be their own god, operating in independence from God. They coveted their own power to be in control and own things for themselves apart from God, which cut them off from the God, who is life. They did not experience freedom, but became slaves of sin and satan. By physical birth, this sin-nature in the flesh was transmitted to all of us (John 3:6). That’s why our flesh wants independence (self-ownership) and resists God’s authority. We were lost, but Jesus came to win us back to God. He paid the ransom price (His Blood) to purchase us for God, and set us free. He did not purchase us, for us to be independent from God, but to come under His loving ownership. So, God has a 2-fold claim of ownership on us, He (1) created us and (2) redeemed us, so if we accept that purchase, we are freed from sin to be slaves of God. God gave very Jew a piece of the Promised Land to possess, but if he got into debt (a picture of sin), (1) he could lose possession of his land, and (2) become a slave to pay his debts, until a kinsman-redeemer came, and pay the price to release him from slavery and purchase back the land, so he could enjoy it again, although the redeemer now owned it. The land is a picture of the earth and all the blessings, God gave to man to enjoy (Psalm 115:16). Although God owns the earth, (1) Adam surrendered man’s dominion over the world to satan, and we lost our possession of God’s blessing, and (2) became slaves to sin and satan. Jesus became a man to be our Kinsman Redeemer, and by His Blood, He purchased the earth and all who’ve lived on it. So He has the legal right to take possession of the earth from His enemies. He will start to enforce this right in the Tribulation judgments, that climax at the 2nd Coming, when He destroys all His enemies and establishes His Kingdom on earth. Believers in Heaven understand the glory, honour and power they receive from God belongs to Him; and they belong to Him, for He created them – the 1st basis for God’s ownership of us (Revelation 4:11). This is the basis for their total surrender to God. The 2nd basis is redemption, the theme of Revelation 5, where Jesus is revealed as the Redeemer, who purchased us with His Blood, so we belong to God (v9-10). Thus, God is our Owner and Christ our Redeemer, who possesses us through giving His Spirit to indwell us (1Corinthians 6:19,20). Knowing they belong to Christ and thus every blessing they have received also belongs to Him, in v12 they surrender it all back to God: “Worthy is the LAMB, who was slain, to receive (1) POWER (to do works, this power is to be surrendered back to God, so we stay submitted under His control and filled with His power. Our submission to God’s power flows out of acknowledging God is the Owner and Source of all our power), and (2) RICHES (wealth - we are not owners, just stewards of God’s resources, to use them for His purposes and glory), and (3) WISDOM (including knowledge and understanding - submit and release your thoughts back to God, so He has control), and (4) STRENGTH (including health, in our whole being), and (5) HONOUR (value, importance, authority, status, exaltation), and (6) GLORY (God’s manifested anointing, love, radiance, beauty shining through us), and (7) BLESSING (happiness, emotional well-being).” v13: “BLESSING, HONOUR, GLORY, and (8) DOMINION (ruling power, ability to reign) be to HIM who sits on the Throne, and to the Lamb, forever and ever!” When you surrender what you have received from God back to God, He can give you more to enjoy and possess. We are to surrender our works to God, so we do them under His authority, trusting in His power and for His glory, to fulfil His purposes. Then they are not our works, but His works through us, and He gets the glory. God’s River must flow through us, so we have to (1) receive it by faith, then (2) give it back to God in love. If own (covet) nothing, then He can bless you with all things to possess: “Blessed are the poor, for theirs (to possess) is the Kingdom of God (all His riches, which are under His rule)” (Luke 6:20). If we try to hold onto and control His blessing, as if it were ours, we shut ourselves off from it. Our surrender is the basis for our holiness and happiness, as it allows Him to take possession of us by His Spirit, who carries the blessing, so we then possess His blessedness. Then He manifests His blessings through us in our life, as we walk with God and obey Him.

    Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ

    Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ
    We are slaves of Christ, our Master and Owner. We belong to Him. He owns us and all we have (Rom 6:22, 1Cor 7:22). His Spirit within is the seal of His ownership (1Cor 6:19,20, 2Cor 1:22, Eph 1:13, 4:30). There’s a word for servant (diakonos), and another for slave (doulos), describing our relationship with God (Rom 1:1, Phil 1:1, Titus 1:1, Jas 1:1 2Pet 1:1, Jude 1:1, Rev 1:1). We miss the truth we are His slaves, because doulos is translated as servant, not slave, due to the stigma of human slavery. But this weakens its force. The difference is that although a servant works under his lord’s authority, he belongs to himself, but a slave is owned by His master. Human slavery is evil, but in relationship to God, it’s right, as He (1) created and (2) purchased us. If you accept His purchase of yourself, receiving Christ as your Lord and Saviour, you belong to Him. So, we must embrace the truth we are His slaves as well as sons, so every blessing He gives still belongs to Him. Then surrender and obedience becomes natural, setting us free from slavery to sin. When I say: “Jesus is my Lord (Kurios)” (Rom 10:9), it doesn’t just mean He has the right to tell me what to do (as His servant), but also, He has absolute authority over my being - He owns me! In the Hebrew Old Testament, 2 words are equivalent to Kurios (1) Yahweh, and (2) Adonai (master, owner). Both are names for God, that were translated into Greek as Kurios (Lord), so when we say: “Jesus is Lord” it means He is Yahweh and my Owner. He owns me and all my blessings, so has the right to define my identity and future. All I have is given by Him, but I own nothing, for I am owned by Him. Once we realise He purchased us for Himself, we know as His slave we own nothing, not even the blessings, He richly gives us to possess. A submissive heart to God rejoices in this truth. Sin’s essential nature is seen in man’s original sin (Gen 3), rejecting God's ownership, not just of the garden (the blessing), but also of himself (v4-6), to establish himself in independence from God, by trying to own (control) everything himself (covetousness). Before, man was spiritually alive, living by God's life, enjoying His blessing. But by claiming ownership, he cut himself off from God, who is life (Gen 2:17). When you reject slavery to God, you are not free, but are a slave of sin, under satan’s power. Instead of being a slave of a loving, gracious life-giving God, man put himself under the hand of an evil slave master, and suffers the curse (death). Jesus came to pay the price with His Blood to redeem us from slavery to sin and the hand of the enemy. When we receive Him as Lord and accept His Blood for us, He sets us free from that slavery, to become slaves of Christ - true liberty. We have a choice to be a slave of sin or God (Rom 6). To live a life of liberty, we must deny self-ownership. “If anyone desires to come (follow) after Me (Jesus), let him deny (ownership of) himself (his independent soul life), and take up His Cross, and follow Me. For whoever desires to save (own) his life will lose it (become a slave to sin), but whoever loses (surrenders control of) his life for My sake will find it (discover real life, under His grace). For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul (to sin)? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?” (Matt 16:24-26). For God’s life to flow freely in us, we must deny self-ownership, then we’ll be free to possess all He wants to give. He wants to bless us with all things, but not so we use them to be independent, for if we act as if we own His blessing & blessings, we cut ourselves off from the Source of life. If we embrace the fact we are poor slaves who own nothing, and submit to His control of us and His blessing, and then we qualify to possess all things. Knowing my poverty makes me totally depend on God and His continual supply of life. Although poor in myself, I’m rich, for in His love, He provides all I need. We need to know God as both (1) El Shaddai and (2) Adonai to receive and abide in His river of grace. (1) El Shaddai is the mighty God, who supplies all our need, who is strong when are weak. When we realize we need Him continually, being poor (owning nothing) and weak (having nothing in ourselves), we turn to Him as our Source, calling on and trusting Him to fill us. As He faithfully continually fills us with Himself, we stay ever thankful for His abundant grace. This is the 1st key to receiving and abiding in His grace. (2) Adonai means Owner and Lord. Knowing He owns us and all He gives us, we surrender ourselves and His grace back to Him, so He has final control, and we live unto Him in obedience. This is the 2nd key to living under grace. Rather than holding on to the safety of the bank, we let go and trust His Spirit to flow through us and carry us along, releasing final control to God. Then all things will be ours and His plan for us will be fulfilled.

    Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ

    Being a Disciple (4): Slaves of Christ
    We are slaves of Christ, our Master and Owner. We belong to Him. He owns us and all we have (Rom 6:22, 1Cor 7:22). His Spirit within is the seal of His ownership (1Cor 6:19,20, 2Cor 1:22, Eph 1:13, 4:30). There’s a word for servant (diakonos), and another for slave (doulos), describing our relationship with God (Rom 1:1, Phil 1:1, Titus 1:1, Jas 1:1 2Pet 1:1, Jude 1:1, Rev 1:1). We miss the truth we are His slaves, because doulos is translated as servant, not slave, due to the stigma of human slavery. But this weakens its force. The difference is that although a servant works under his lord’s authority, he belongs to himself, but a slave is owned by His master. Human slavery is evil, but in relationship to God, it’s right, as He (1) created and (2) purchased us. If you accept His purchase of yourself, receiving Christ as your Lord and Saviour, you belong to Him. So, we must embrace the truth we are His slaves as well as sons, so every blessing He gives still belongs to Him. Then surrender and obedience becomes natural, setting us free from slavery to sin. When I say: “Jesus is my Lord (Kurios)” (Rom 10:9), it doesn’t just mean He has the right to tell me what to do (as His servant), but also, He has absolute authority over my being - He owns me! In the Hebrew Old Testament, 2 words are equivalent to Kurios (1) Yahweh, and (2) Adonai (master, owner). Both are names for God, that were translated into Greek as Kurios (Lord), so when we say: “Jesus is Lord” it means He is Yahweh and my Owner. He owns me and all my blessings, so has the right to define my identity and future. All I have is given by Him, but I own nothing, for I am owned by Him. Once we realise He purchased us for Himself, we know as His slave we own nothing, not even the blessings, He richly gives us to possess. A submissive heart to God rejoices in this truth. Sin’s essential nature is seen in man’s original sin (Gen 3), rejecting God's ownership, not just of the garden (the blessing), but also of himself (v4-6), to establish himself in independence from God, by trying to own (control) everything himself (covetousness). Before, man was spiritually alive, living by God's life, enjoying His blessing. But by claiming ownership, he cut himself off from God, who is life (Gen 2:17). When you reject slavery to God, you are not free, but are a slave of sin, under satan’s power. Instead of being a slave of a loving, gracious life-giving God, man put himself under the hand of an evil slave master, and suffers the curse (death). Jesus came to pay the price with His Blood to redeem us from slavery to sin and the hand of the enemy. When we receive Him as Lord and accept His Blood for us, He sets us free from that slavery, to become slaves of Christ - true liberty. We have a choice to be a slave of sin or God (Rom 6). To live a life of liberty, we must deny self-ownership. “If anyone desires to come (follow) after Me (Jesus), let him deny (ownership of) himself (his independent soul life), and take up His Cross, and follow Me. For whoever desires to save (own) his life will lose it (become a slave to sin), but whoever loses (surrenders control of) his life for My sake will find it (discover real life, under His grace). For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul (to sin)? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?” (Matt 16:24-26). For God’s life to flow freely in us, we must deny self-ownership, then we’ll be free to possess all He wants to give. He wants to bless us with all things, but not so we use them to be independent, for if we act as if we own His blessing & blessings, we cut ourselves off from the Source of life. If we embrace the fact we are poor slaves who own nothing, and submit to His control of us and His blessing, and then we qualify to possess all things. Knowing my poverty makes me totally depend on God and His continual supply of life. Although poor in myself, I’m rich, for in His love, He provides all I need. We need to know God as both (1) El Shaddai and (2) Adonai to receive and abide in His river of grace. (1) El Shaddai is the mighty God, who supplies all our need, who is strong when are weak. When we realize we need Him continually, being poor (owning nothing) and weak (having nothing in ourselves), we turn to Him as our Source, calling on and trusting Him to fill us. As He faithfully continually fills us with Himself, we stay ever thankful for His abundant grace. This is the 1st key to receiving and abiding in His grace. (2) Adonai means Owner and Lord. Knowing He owns us and all He gives us, we surrender ourselves and His grace back to Him, so He has final control, and we live unto Him in obedience. This is the 2nd key to living under grace. Rather than holding on to the safety of the bank, we let go and trust His Spirit to flow through us and carry us along, releasing final control to God. Then all things will be ours and His plan for us will be fulfilled.

    Being a Disciple (3): OWNED, but POSSESSING all things

    Being a Disciple (3): OWNED, but POSSESSING all things
    “Your body is the Temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are NOT your OWN? For you were BOUGHT at a PRICE (His Blood); therefore, glorify God in your body and spirit, which are God’s (property)” (1Cor 6:19-20). We are OWNED by God, SLAVES of Christ, not just servants, so all we are and have belongs to Him. He has the right to define who we are and make us who He wants us to be, for He is our Creator and Redeemer. His Spirit within is God's seal, signifying we belong to Him (2Cor 1:22, Eph 1:13,4:30). As the Holy Spirit, He sets us apart to God by His indwelling Presence. The more we surrender, the greater His Presence within us. He manifests His ownership by possessing us with His Spirit, setting us apart to God and free from sin. A paradox: (1) we are OWNED by God (so own nothing), but (2) POSSESS all things in Christ, as He is a God of grace, giving us all things to enjoy (1Tim 6:17). The key is to know the difference between ownership and possession, for we can possess a thing without owning it (2Cor 6:10). So, we are (1) POOR, but also (2) RICH. If (1) we embrace the truth we own nothing, as God owns us, then (2) we qualify to receive the flow of His blessing, enabling us to possess all things (Matt 5:3, Lk 6:20). I am (1) WEAK in myself, as I don’t own my own strength, but (2) STRONG in the Lord, possessing His strength by grace (2Cor 12:10, Joel 3:10). God gave Israel her Promised Land to possess and enjoy by faith (a type of the land of blessings He has for us). Israel is a tenant possessor, not owner. Likewise, He promises us many good things, for us to possess, but keeps ownership. If we forget He is the Owner and try to own what He gives, to be independent from Him, acting as we want, that’s sin (covetousness). God warned her against pride - forgetting He was the Source of all her blessing; they only possessed it by His grace (Deut 8:17-18). She rejected His rule and was disqualified from enjoying her Land. Likewise, when we act as owners of the things of life, we cut ourselves off from His blessing. The essence of sin is claiming ownership of and for ourselves, so we can be in control. The root of the sin-nature in our flesh is self-rule (ownership) and independence from God. It does not want to submit to His control, so tries to take control, rather than trusting our Creator, embracing His will. To overcome, we must deny self, by surrender to God’s rule, and then His Spirit possesses our heart (setting it apart to God), and setting it apart (free) from sin (sanctification). To experience fullness of life, we must embrace God’s ownership of us, His blessing (grace), and blessings (gifts of grace) - the fundamental principle of being a creature (1st Beatitude). He gives us all things to enjoy, but we are not the owner, just a steward of His blessings. Our life must be governed by the truth Adonai is our Master and Owner of all things we possess. So, we must depend continually on His grace, provision and life. As slaves, we own nothing, but have a gracious Lord. He wants us to possess all blessings, but to do this, we must yield final control to Him. He will not allow us to own, for He wants us to depend on Him (live by faith). Coveting limits how much He can bless us, for when we try to own, His supply of grace diminishes. When we embrace the truth (of our poverty) we prosper, for His blessing can now be fully released in our life, enabling us to possess and enjoy all things in His Kingdom (Luke 6:20). Knowing God as Owner of all things, including us, changes our whole attitude to His grace and blessings, making us ever dependent on Him and grateful. God created Eden and gave possession of it to man, with every tree (blessing) to eat (enjoy). He asserted His ownership by commanding them not to eat from 1 tree. While they obeyed, they submitted to His authority. But by eating from that tree, they acted as if they owned themselves and the Garden, claiming the right to do as they please, rejecting His right to rule their life (rebellion). Dissatisfied with His provision, they wanted full control. Satan’s temptation was not just to reject God's ownership of things, but also to own themselves, be their own god, independent from God, having knowledge of good and evil in themselves, to decide what's right and wrong and do as they please. Thus, they disqualified themselves and cut themselves off from His life (blessing), and came under the curse. They died spiritually and were cast out of the Garden (blessing). Likewise, the key to living under grace, enjoying fullness of life, is embracing His ownership of our being and blessing, surrendering final control of all we receive back to Him, for He is worthy, having purchased both us and the blessing with His Blood (Rev 5:9-14). Clinging to something as an idol brings bondage. Surrender it back to God, looking instead to Him for our supply, security and satisfaction, trusting Him to provide for us in every way.

    Being a Disciple (3): OWNED, but POSSESSING all things

    Being a Disciple (3): OWNED, but POSSESSING all things
    “Your body is the Temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are NOT your OWN? For you were BOUGHT at a PRICE (His Blood); therefore, glorify God in your body and spirit, which are God’s (property)” (1Cor 6:19-20). We are OWNED by God, SLAVES of Christ, not just servants, so all we are and have belongs to Him. He has the right to define who we are and make us who He wants us to be, for He is our Creator and Redeemer. His Spirit within is God's seal, signifying we belong to Him (2Cor 1:22, Eph 1:13,4:30). As the Holy Spirit, He sets us apart to God by His indwelling Presence. The more we surrender, the greater His Presence within us. He manifests His ownership by possessing us with His Spirit, setting us apart to God and free from sin. A paradox: (1) we are OWNED by God (so own nothing), but (2) POSSESS all things in Christ, as He is a God of grace, giving us all things to enjoy (1Tim 6:17). The key is to know the difference between ownership and possession, for we can possess a thing without owning it (2Cor 6:10). So, we are (1) POOR, but also (2) RICH. If (1) we embrace the truth we own nothing, as God owns us, then (2) we qualify to receive the flow of His blessing, enabling us to possess all things (Matt 5:3, Lk 6:20). I am (1) WEAK in myself, as I don’t own my own strength, but (2) STRONG in the Lord, possessing His strength by grace (2Cor 12:10, Joel 3:10). God gave Israel her Promised Land to possess and enjoy by faith (a type of the land of blessings He has for us). Israel is a tenant possessor, not owner. Likewise, He promises us many good things, for us to possess, but keeps ownership. If we forget He is the Owner and try to own what He gives, to be independent from Him, acting as we want, that’s sin (covetousness). God warned her against pride - forgetting He was the Source of all her blessing; they only possessed it by His grace (Deut 8:17-18). She rejected His rule and was disqualified from enjoying her Land. Likewise, when we act as owners of the things of life, we cut ourselves off from His blessing. The essence of sin is claiming ownership of and for ourselves, so we can be in control. The root of the sin-nature in our flesh is self-rule (ownership) and independence from God. It does not want to submit to His control, so tries to take control, rather than trusting our Creator, embracing His will. To overcome, we must deny self, by surrender to God’s rule, and then His Spirit possesses our heart (setting it apart to God), and setting it apart (free) from sin (sanctification). To experience fullness of life, we must embrace God’s ownership of us, His blessing (grace), and blessings (gifts of grace) - the fundamental principle of being a creature (1st Beatitude). He gives us all things to enjoy, but we are not the owner, just a steward of His blessings. Our life must be governed by the truth Adonai is our Master and Owner of all things we possess. So, we must depend continually on His grace, provision and life. As slaves, we own nothing, but have a gracious Lord. He wants us to possess all blessings, but to do this, we must yield final control to Him. He will not allow us to own, for He wants us to depend on Him (live by faith). Coveting limits how much He can bless us, for when we try to own, His supply of grace diminishes. When we embrace the truth (of our poverty) we prosper, for His blessing can now be fully released in our life, enabling us to possess and enjoy all things in His Kingdom (Luke 6:20). Knowing God as Owner of all things, including us, changes our whole attitude to His grace and blessings, making us ever dependent on Him and grateful. God created Eden and gave possession of it to man, with every tree (blessing) to eat (enjoy). He asserted His ownership by commanding them not to eat from 1 tree. While they obeyed, they submitted to His authority. But by eating from that tree, they acted as if they owned themselves and the Garden, claiming the right to do as they please, rejecting His right to rule their life (rebellion). Dissatisfied with His provision, they wanted full control. Satan’s temptation was not just to reject God's ownership of things, but also to own themselves, be their own god, independent from God, having knowledge of good and evil in themselves, to decide what's right and wrong and do as they please. Thus, they disqualified themselves and cut themselves off from His life (blessing), and came under the curse. They died spiritually and were cast out of the Garden (blessing). Likewise, the key to living under grace, enjoying fullness of life, is embracing His ownership of our being and blessing, surrendering final control of all we receive back to Him, for He is worthy, having purchased both us and the blessing with His Blood (Rev 5:9-14). Clinging to something as an idol brings bondage. Surrender it back to God, looking instead to Him for our supply, security and satisfaction, trusting Him to provide for us in every way.

    The Fastest Way To Get Promoted (Career Cheat Codes)

    The Fastest Way To Get Promoted (Career Cheat Codes)
    Episode 547: Shaan Puri (https://twitter.com/ShaanVP) and Sam Parr (https://twitter.com/theSamParr) are dropping 16 career principles that will get you promoted so fast it’ll make your neck hurt.  No more small boy spreadsheets, build your business on the free HubSpot CRM: https://mfmpod.link/hrd — Show Notes: (0:00) Intro (3:00) Work WITH not FOR (5:00) Write an internal newsletter (9:00) Present your work well (11:00) Be a maker not a taker (12:00) Work in public (14:00) Logos matter more than titles (17:00) Choose your manager wisely (18:30) 5% Rule (22:30) Fix your zoom setup, dawg (25:30) The McKinsey Pyramid for better communication (28:00) Beat your numbers (30:30) Ask assumption-breaking questions (33:30) Find the 5 most interesting people (36:30) Solve a papercut problem (40:00) Work on the A+ problem (40:30) Create a brand for yourself — Check Out Sam's Stuff: • Hampton - https://www.joinhampton.com/ • Ideation Bootcamp - https://www.ideationbootcamp.co/ • Copy That - https://copythat.com • Hampton Wealth Survey - https://joinhampton.com/wealth Check Out Shaan's Stuff: • Try Shepherd Out - https://www.supportshepherd.com/ • Shaan's Personal Assistant System - http://shaanpuri.com/remoteassistant • Power Writing Course - https://maven.com/generalist/writing • Small Boy Newsletter - https://smallboy.co/ • Daily Newsletter - https://www.shaanpuri.com/ Past guests on My First Million include Rob Dyrdek, Hasan Minhaj, Balaji Srinivasan, Jake Paul, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Gary Vee, Lance Armstrong, Sophia Amoruso, Ariel Helwani, Ramit Sethi, Stanley Druckenmiller, Peter Diamandis, Dharmesh Shah, Brian Halligan, Marc Lore, Jason Calacanis, Andrew Wilkinson, Julian Shapiro, Kat Cole, Codie Sanchez, Nader Al-Naji, Steph Smith, Trung Phan, Nick Huber, Anthony Pompliano, Ben Askren, Ramon Van Meer, Brianne Kimmel, Andrew Gazdecki, Scott Belsky, Moiz Ali, Dan Held, Elaine Zelby, Michael Saylor, Ryan Begelman, Jack Butcher, Reed Duchscher, Tai Lopez, Harley Finkelstein, Alexa von Tobel, Noah Kagan, Nick Bare, Greg Isenberg, James Altucher, Randy Hetrick and more. — Other episodes you might enjoy: • #224 Rob Dyrdek - How Tracking Every Second of His Life Took Rob Drydek from 0 to $405M in Exits • #209 Gary Vaynerchuk - Why NFTS Are the Future • #178 Balaji Srinivasan - Balaji on How to Fix the Media, Cloud Cities & Crypto • #169 - How One Man Started 5, Billion Dollar Companies, Dan Gilbert's Empire, & Talking With Warren Buffett • ​​​​#218 - Why You Should Take a Think Week Like Bill Gates • Dave Portnoy vs The World, Extreme Body Monitoring, The Future of Apparel Retail, "How Much is Anthony Pompliano Worth?", and More • How Mr Beast Got 100M Views in Less Than 4 Days, The $25M Chrome Extension, and More

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    278 Jessica Hutchings - Connecting soil with the stars

    278 Jessica Hutchings - Connecting soil with the stars

    A conversation with Jessica Hutchings, a Maori researcher and apothecary, about indigenous knowledge, letting go of old mindsets, our relationship with nature and the deities of our landscapes. A deep dive in the New Zealand food system, indigenous ways to connect with soil and the food web, sound of plants, vibration of nature and much more.

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    Mindset from the Military: Jamie Bateman's Lessons for Navigating Adversity

    Mindset from the Military: Jamie Bateman's Lessons for Navigating Adversity

    Dive into another episode packed with insights and inspiration on the From Adversity to Abundance Podcast. In this New Year’s special episode, our very own Jamie Bateman, combat veteran, former Army officer and our Podcast Host, shares a personal journey of overcoming challenges and transforming perspectives into positivity.


    Key Takeaways:

    1. Own Your Situation: Embrace ownership without self-blame. Recognize where you are and commit to navigating it. Avoid a victim mentality for your best interests.

    2. Even If Mentality: Shift from "what if" to "even if." Instead of dwelling on worst-case scenarios, focus on action plans and strategies, fostering a proactive and empowered mindset.

    3. Take the Long-Term View: Acknowledge that hardships are inevitable. Understand challenges as part of a broader journey, gaining perspective and strength to navigate tough times.

    4. Communicate and Ask for Help: Don't bury your head in the sand. Actively communicate with lenders and seek advice from those with shared experiences, leveraging the power of support.

    5. Gratitude and Perspective: Maintain gratitude and perspective when facing difficulties. Recognize challenges as one part of your life story. Focus on the bigger picture with a portfolio view.


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    3 Life-Changing Lessons: Embracing Silence, Growth, and Ownership

    3 Life-Changing Lessons: Embracing Silence, Growth, and Ownership

    Welcome to an extraordinary episode of the Own It show, where I take you on a profound journey of self-discovery. Join me as I share the three essential lessons I learned during an incredible four-week fast. Together, we will explore the transformative power of silence and solitude, the growth that comes from pushing beyond limits, and the significance of taking ownership to live a life we truly deserve.

    Lesson 1: Embracing Silence and Solitude
    During my four-week fast, I discovered the immense value of intentionally seeking silence and solitude amidst the noise and constant stimuli of our modern lives. Together, let's explore how disconnecting from the external distractions allows us to find amazing peace, gain clarity, and become better listeners. Prepare to uncover the magic that lies within moments of mindful solitude.

    Lesson 2: Growing Through Hard Work
    In this episode, we dive deep into the importance of challenging ourselves and doing hard things. Together, we'll push beyond our perceived limits and witness firsthand how what once seemed insurmountable becomes within reach. Join me as we explore the transformative power of growth, both as individuals and within a supportive community that fosters personal development and encourages us to thrive.

    Lesson 3: Owning Your Path to Success
    I firmly believe that success is not merely a destination but a result of actively choosing to be different and taking ownership of our lives. Let's embark on a journey of self-reflection and discover how to break free from societal expectations. Together, we'll explore the significance of embracing our unique paths, following our passions, and living a life that truly aligns with our values and aspirations.

    Join me, Justin Roethlingshoefer, on this captivating episode of the Own It show, as we embark on a transformative exploration of silence, growth, and ownership. Gain practical insights, actionable steps, and inspiration to create a life filled with peace, personal growth, and a deep sense of fulfillment. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation that has the power to change the way you perceive yourself and your journey towards success.

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    Success is different so own your different!

    The Money Expert: From $0 to Millions In 2 Years Without Any Hard Work!: Codie Sanchez

    The Money Expert: From $0 to Millions In 2 Years Without Any Hard Work!: Codie Sanchez
    In this new episode Steven sits down with founder, CEO and self-titled "Boring Biz" lady, Codie Sanchez Codie starter her career as a JFK award winning journalist covering human trafficking. In a career change, Codie entered the world of finance, and is a former partner at private equity firm EEC, and built First Trust’s $1 billion+ AUM Latin America business. She is the Founder of ‘Contrarian Thinking’ and the Cofounder of ‘Unconventional Acquisitions’, which focuses on purchasing small or what Codie calls ‘boring’ businesses as a way to achieve financial freedom. Codie has appeared on CNBC, Fox, Forbes, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, People en Español, Business Wire. In this conversation Codie and Steven discuss topics, such as: The ways of reaching financially freedom Learning the skills of making the perfect deal Codie’s ingredients for success How to transform failing businesses How to purchase a business with $0 You can find out more about Codie on her website, here: https://bit.ly/3CMfn7T Follow Codie: Instagram: https://bit.ly/469lC3n Twitter: https://bit.ly/3pcXdZR TikTok: https://bit.ly/42QOYAw Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Ownership is keeping promises to yourself with AJ Agsari, CEO & founder of Drugstore2Door

    Ownership is keeping promises to yourself with AJ Agsari, CEO & founder of Drugstore2Door

    In this episode, AJ Agsari delves into the significance of ownership and how it involves honoring promises made to oneself. He emphasizes that owning oneself provides a greater sense of control, leading to increased confidence and consistency in life. AJ also highlights the pivotal role of habits in maintaining control and achieving personal goals. By staying consistent with their objectives, individuals can pave their path to success and reach the destinations they aspire for. Overall, ownership encompasses taking responsibility for one's actions and seizing control of one's life.

    Main Takeaways:

    • Ownership involves keeping promises to oneself and taking responsibility for one's actions.
    • Owning oneself leads to a sense of control, fostering confidence and consistency.
    • Habits play a crucial role in staying in control and accomplishing goals.
    • Consistency with goals is key to achieving success and reaching desired destinations.

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    #007 Die Magie der (Un-) Abhängigkeit

    #007 Die Magie der (Un-) Abhängigkeit
    Welcome Queen, ich gebe dir heute einen radikalen Einblick in meine Wahrheit zum Thema "Co-Abhängigkeit" und wieso ich absolut kein Fan davon bin! _Lass mir gern eine DM, ein Like und ein Follow via Instagram da, damit ich dich kennenlernen kann! <3_ 🌹Instagram: [@stephaniehaupt.sh](https://instagram.com/stephaniehaupt.sh?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) 🌹Link zu meinem Instagram: https://instagram.com/stephaniehaupt.sh?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= 🌹Zu meinen Goldnuggets: 🌹 [Work with me](https://zez.am/stephaniehaupt) 🌹Link zu meinen Goldnuggets: https://zez.am/stephaniehaupt

    Die spannendsten Fragen aus meinen Product Owner Trainings

    Die spannendsten Fragen aus meinen Product Owner Trainings
    In dieser Folge ist Heiko Stapf bei uns zu Gast. Heiko ist für uns einer der Experten für agiles Produktmanagement im deutschsprachigen Raum und zeitgleich erfahrener Certified Scrum Trainer der Scrum Alliance vor allem für Product Owner. Er hat heute die spannendsten Fragen aus PO Trainings von seinen Teilnehmenden mitgebracht, welche er in dieser Episode gemeinsam mit Oliver diskutiert. Im ersten Teil dreht sich alles um Vorhersagbarkeit und Planung. Was sollte ich als Product Owner tun, wenn vor allem aus dem Management viel Verbindlichkeit und Commitment von mir erwartet wird? Welche Auswirkungen hat diese Erwartungshaltung auf Product Roadmaps. Eine weitere spannende Frage aus PO Trainings ist die Frage nach der richtigen Priorisierung, vor allem - aber nicht ausschließlich - auf der Ebene des Product Backlogs. Die Diskussion führt Heiko und Oliver dann zwangsläufig zur Zusammenarbeit mit Stakeholdern. Wie sollte ich priorisieren, falls meine Stakeholder konkurrierende Ziele haben? Insgesamt sehr spannende Themen aus der täglichen Arbeit eines jeden Produkt Owners. Das Ergebnis ist eine angeregte Diskussion zwischen den beiden, aus der du hoffentlich den einen oder anderen Impuls mitnehmen kannst. Im Gespräch verweisen die beiden auf folgende Quellen:

    Impact Investing – mit der Geldanlage etwas bewegen

    Impact Investing – mit der Geldanlage etwas bewegen
    Eine Podcast-Folge von Studio ZX in Kooperation mit Inyova. In dieser Folge des Podcasts ZEIT für Klima erklärt Tillmann Lang, wie die von ihm gegründete Impact-Investitionsplattform Inyova (kurz für „Invest in your values“) es Anleger:innen ermöglicht, individuell nach ihren Wertvorstellungen Geld anzulegen. Er erläutert, was sein Unternehmen antreibt und wie es vorgeht. Beispielsweise wird bei Inyova neben dem gängigen Fußabdruck auch der Handabdruck eines Unternehmens betrachtet. Dabei geht es nicht nur darum, wie nachhaltig sich Unternehmen aufstellen, sondern auch, was ihre Produkte und Dienstleistungen in der Welt bewirken. Lang führt außerdem aus, was bei Inyova unter dem Begriff „Active Ownership“ verstanden wird, und erläutert, wie Inyova versuchte, anhand der mit dem Aktienkauf verbundenen Stimmrechte am Unternehmen Einfluss auf den Mobilitätskonzern BMW auszuüben. Mit sogenanntem Shareholder-Engagement möchte Langs Unternehmen der Community die Möglichkeit geben, sich mit Entscheidungstragenden in den Unternehmen direkt auszutauschen. Gegen Ende des Gesprächs verrät er, warum er es dem Kapitalismus zutraut, für mehr Nachhaltigkeit auf diesem Planeten zu sorgen. ZEIT für Klima-Hörer:innen können Inyova sechs Monate lang kostenlos testen. Mehr zur Aktion und den Teilnahmebedingungen ist hier zu finden: https://inyova.de/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2022/06/July-2022_ZeitfuerKlima_Promotion_DE_DE.docx-3.pdf) Sie wollen mehr Impulse für morgen? Als Teil unserer ZEIT für Klima-Community erhalten Sie monatlich Impulse zum Thema nachhaltiges Wirtschaften und treten mit Entscheider:innen aus Wirtschaft und Politik in den Austausch. Melden Sie sich jetzt kostenfrei an: https://zeitfuerx.de/newsletter-klima/

    SUSHI BIKES 🚲: E-Bikes für eine autofreie Stadt | #Mobility 🚗

    SUSHI BIKES 🚲: E-Bikes für eine autofreie Stadt | #Mobility 🚗
    C-LEVEL INTERVIEW | Der Ruf nach autofreien Städten ist in letzter Zeit öfter zu vernehmen. Dank vielfältiger Mobilitätsangebote scheint der Gedanke auch immer weniger abwegig. Und dank E-Bikes ist auch das Rad zunehmend ein ernsthafter Konkurrent des Autos. SUSHI BIKES setzt genau hier an. Mit möglichst simpler Technologie will es den E-Bike-Markt aufmischen und zu mehr Ownership ermutigen. Wie genau das Startup dies tut, verrät uns Gründer und CEO von SUSHI BIKES, Andy Weinzierl. Du erfährst... ...welche Strategien gute Unternehmensnamen generieren ...ob autofreie Städte denkbar sind ...warum die Fahrradwelt mehr Ownership verträgt ...was die Trends in urbaner Mobilität sind ...wie Kund*innen für reine Online-Produkte gewonnen werden ...welche Auswirkungen Lieferkettenprobleme haben ...wie SUSHI BIKES produziert ...ob das Auto als Statussymbol Zukunft hat Diese Episode dreht sich schwerpunktmäßig um Mobility: Joel und sein regelmäßiger Gast Anja Hendel, Geschäftsführerin bei Diconium, nehmen dich mit an Bord von Connected Cars, sprechen über autonomes Fahren, die Sharing Economy, Elektrofahrzeuge und vieles mehr. Mit auf der Rückbank in jeder Folge: erfahrene Unternehmer:innen und Expert:innen. __________________________ ||||| PERSONEN ||||| 👤 Anja Hendel, Geschäftsführerin Diconium 👤 Joel Kaczmarek, Geschäftsführer digital kompakt 👤 Andy Weinzierl, CEO SUSHI Bikes __________________________ ||||| SPONSOREN ||||| 🔥 [Übersicht](https://www.digitalkompakt.de/sponsoren/) aller Sponsoren __________________________ ||||| KAPITEL ||||| (00:00:00) Vorstellung und Einführung ins Thema (00:04:25) Wie ist SUSHI BIKES entstanden? (00:12:03) Welche Designtechnik steckt in E-Bikes? (00:17:39) Ist eine Mobilitätswende in den Städten zu beobachten? (00:23:02) Wie und wo produziert SUSHI BIKES? (00:28:45) Welche Unternehmensstrategien funktionieren? __________________________ ||||| WIR ||||| 💛 [Mehr](https://lnk.to/dkompakt) tolle Sachen von uns  👥 Wir von digital kompakt bemühen uns um die Verwendung einer geschlechtsneutralen Sprache. In Fällen, in denen dies nicht gelingt, gelten sämtliche Personenbezeichnungen für alle Geschlechter.

    SUSHI BIKES 🚲: E-Bikes für eine autofreie Stadt | #Mobility 🚗

    SUSHI BIKES 🚲: E-Bikes für eine autofreie Stadt | #Mobility 🚗
    C-LEVEL INTERVIEW | Der Ruf nach autofreien Städten ist in letzter Zeit öfter zu vernehmen. Dank vielfältiger Mobilitätsangebote scheint der Gedanke auch immer weniger abwegig. Und dank E-Bikes ist auch das Rad zunehmend ein ernsthafter Konkurrent des Autos. SUSHI BIKES setzt genau hier an. Mit möglichst simpler Technologie will es den E-Bike-Markt aufmischen und zu mehr Ownership ermutigen. Wie genau das Startup dies tut, verrät uns Gründer und CEO von SUSHI BIKES, Andy Weinzierl. Du erfährst... ...welche Strategien gute Unternehmensnamen generieren ...ob autofreie Städte denkbar sind ...warum die Fahrradwelt mehr Ownership verträgt ...was die Trends in urbaner Mobilität sind ...wie Kund*innen für reine Online-Produkte gewonnen werden ...welche Auswirkungen Lieferkettenprobleme haben ...wie SUSHI BIKES produziert ...ob das Auto als Statussymbol Zukunft hat Diese Episode dreht sich schwerpunktmäßig um Mobility: Joel und sein regelmäßiger Gast Anja Hendel, Geschäftsführerin bei Diconium, nehmen dich mit an Bord von Connected Cars, sprechen über autonomes Fahren, die Sharing Economy, Elektrofahrzeuge und vieles mehr. Mit auf der Rückbank in jeder Folge: erfahrene Unternehmer:innen und Expert:innen. __________________________ ||||| PERSONEN ||||| 👤 Anja Hendel, Geschäftsführerin Diconium 👤 Joel Kaczmarek, Geschäftsführer digital kompakt 👤 Andy Weinzierl, CEO SUSHI Bikes __________________________ ||||| SPONSOREN ||||| 🔥 [Übersicht](https://www.digitalkompakt.de/sponsoren/) aller Sponsoren __________________________ ||||| KAPITEL ||||| (00:00:00) Vorstellung und Einführung ins Thema (00:04:25) Wie ist SUSHI BIKES entstanden? (00:12:03) Welche Designtechnik steckt in E-Bikes? (00:17:39) Ist eine Mobilitätswende in den Städten zu beobachten? (00:23:02) Wie und wo produziert SUSHI BIKES? (00:28:45) Welche Unternehmensstrategien funktionieren? __________________________ ||||| WIR ||||| 💛 [Mehr](https://lnk.to/dkompakt) tolle Sachen von uns  👥 Wir von digital kompakt bemühen uns um die Verwendung einer geschlechtsneutralen Sprache. In Fällen, in denen dies nicht gelingt, gelten sämtliche Personenbezeichnungen für alle Geschlechter.

    Paul Larsen on the one-year anniversary of Kelowna's 103.9 The Lake

    Paul Larsen on the one-year anniversary of Kelowna's 103.9 The Lake

    It's been just over a year since Kelowna’s 103.9 The Lake (CKOV-FM) was launched.

    Helmed by former Clear Sky Radio President Paul Larsen, the station - under its former ownership was branded as Soft 103.9 - and one of the early casualties of the pandemic.

    Now, with a year of operation under its belt, we talk to Larsen about the ups and downs of being a stand-alone owner in a highly-competitive small market, honouring Kelowna's radio history, and more.

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    EP129: 3 Reasons Why Investing in Tiny Apartments is Better Than Large Apartments

    EP129: 3 Reasons Why Investing in Tiny Apartments is Better Than Large Apartments

    Listen to this episode as we give the reasons why you should wage your money on small complexes. Discover more about your investment personality, what can be more beneficial, and how you can gain more passive wealth. Be enlightened and don’t miss out!

    Key takeaways to listen for 

    • Major benefits you gain by investing in smaller apartment units
    • Solo ownership vs. general partnership

    Resources mentioned in this episode

    YouTube Video: It’s Better to Invest in Tiny Apartments!

     

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