CHOOSE YOUR STREAM WISELY
The River Splits
Choose your stream wisely when there is more than one to choose from. In Genesis, the river is split into four streams. They are all connected at one end but flow in opposite directions. They represent various types of energy. Similarly, not all sources of income are created equal. Some may be excellent sources of income, but the method they are obtained by may be morally repugnant. The Bible instructs us to drink from the stream of Pishon, which is the stream of the spirit. You may have a good life with your family, a lovely house, and a nice car, but at whose expense? Your path to wealth must not be paved with evil deeds.
Choose the Righteous Path
The streams of Eden serve as a reminder to choose your source of income wisely. Do not choose to be fed by just any river – or, in other words, do not pursue riches through any means available. It would help if you chose the righteous path. Choose a source of income that reflects the values in which you sincerely believe.
You will become a slave to money if you seek money desperately without self-discipline or self-dignity. Farmology is the science of planting good seeds and harvesting them when they are mature. It’s not about salvaging any crop, good or bad.
To obtain the riches you seek, you must master your heart and allow God to work within you. God will nourish you in the stream of life if you focus on doing your job well and motivate yourself with the mission of serving others. Never doubt that your hard work, honesty, and commitment to doing the right thing will not leave you empty-handed.
23Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human master, 24since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. (Colossians 3:23-24, NIV)
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