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Stephen Kirkendall, ChFC (chartered financial consultant), has helped Christians with financial investments for many years through mortgage loans, life insurance, investments, estate planning, retirement-income planning, and wealth management. He realized early on that most Christians have serious questions about tithing, but there seemed to be no solid answers. He decided Stephen Kirkendall, ChFC (chartered financial consultant), has helped Christians with financial investments for many years through mortgage loans, life insurance, investments, estate planning, retirement-income planning, and wealth management. He realized early on that most Christians have serious questions about tithing, but there seemed to be no solid answers. He decided to dig deeper into the truth in the Scriptures. There are too many wolves on TV, the Internet, and YouTube. They state that pastors who talk about tithing are thieves and that tithing is unscriptural and that they're getting away with it because no one is challenging them with the full truth. Churches have broken up over tithing. There are marriages that have ended in divorce because of tithing. The real, full truth needs to come out. It is so important that God uses more than seven chapters to explain! The result is the biblically driven study Necessary for Jesus. Most Christians know what was necessary for Jesus. Seventy prophecies fulfilled. Why don't Christians know what is necessary for Jesus? Seventy rewards for helping Jesus. During his search for answers, Kirkendall knew he could honestly answer questions about money by going straight to God's teaching-the Bible. Stephen also realized that when he used the Scriptures, it had to be copy-and-paste. All Christians, especially the church teachers and leaders, need to know the full truth about tithing and how the lessons about it in the Scriptures still apply today. Giving back to God is the wisest investment Christians can make. It will not only lead to financial security but also to a completely blessed and prosperous life. Visit https: //tithingproofnkjm.com for "Help stop lies about N.T. tithes". It's less than a 30 minute read! To reach out to the Author, please email: [email protected]


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Stephen Kirkendall, ChFC (chartered financial consultant), has helped Christians with financial investments for many years through mortgage loans, life insurance, investments, estate planning, retirement-income planning, and wealth management. He realized early on that most Christians have serious questions about tithing, but there seemed to be no solid answers. He decided Stephen Kirkendall, ChFC (chartered financial consultant), has helped Christians with financial investments for many years through mortgage loans, life insurance, investments, estate planning, retirement-income planning, and wealth management. He realized early on that most Christians have serious questions about tithing, but there seemed to be no solid answers. He decided to dig deeper into the truth in the Scriptures. There are too many wolves on TV, the Internet, and YouTube. They state that pastors who talk about tithing are thieves and that tithing is unscriptural and that they're getting away with it because no one is challenging them with the full truth. Churches have broken up over tithing. There are marriages that have ended in divorce because of tithing. The real, full truth needs to come out. It is so important that God uses more than seven chapters to explain! The result is the biblically driven study Necessary for Jesus. Most Christians know what was necessary for Jesus. Seventy prophecies fulfilled. Why don't Christians know what is necessary for Jesus? Seventy rewards for helping Jesus. During his search for answers, Kirkendall knew he could honestly answer questions about money by going straight to God's teaching-the Bible. Stephen also realized that when he used the Scriptures, it had to be copy-and-paste. All Christians, especially the church teachers and leaders, need to know the full truth about tithing and how the lessons about it in the Scriptures still apply today. Giving back to God is the wisest investment Christians can make. It will not only lead to financial security but also to a completely blessed and prosperous life. Visit https: //tithingproofnkjm.com for "Help stop lies about N.T. tithes". It's less than a 30 minute read! To reach out to the Author, please email: [email protected]

30 review for Necessary For Jesus: 70 Prophecies 70 Rewards

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joan Dela

    It's not every day that you get to understand the will of God expressed in a book! It's not every day that learning becomes easy, and it's not every day that we can see how it can impact our lives. I am grateful for this sharing of insights done by Stephen R. Kirkendall, it had changed my mindset, and it has truly opened my heart to God, and I have begun to accept him as my Lord and Savior. He is a great writer, and he is an effective influencer! Sharing his insights and then relating them to th It's not every day that you get to understand the will of God expressed in a book! It's not every day that learning becomes easy, and it's not every day that we can see how it can impact our lives. I am grateful for this sharing of insights done by Stephen R. Kirkendall, it had changed my mindset, and it has truly opened my heart to God, and I have begun to accept him as my Lord and Savior. He is a great writer, and he is an effective influencer! Sharing his insights and then relating them to the scriptures made me see the objective part about what he wants to tell us and what God wants from us too! Furthermore, his personal stories and the stories from the bible are wonderful examples of how to live life and how life improves with God. It's not rocket science because living a good life starts from following God's commandments. It's that easy! I love my experience with this book, and I am sure that it will not only bless me, but it will bless a million more people in the world if they would take the time to understand and reflect what has been shared here. So, if you want to live a God-centered life, check this book out and see for yourself! Stay blessed!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Belinda Anderson

    Why do we need to live by the word of God? What is the significance of religion in our lives, and what is Christianity? These are some of the questions I have asked myself, growing up. I grew up raised in the Roman Catholic ways where we would pray with the rosary at night, we would go to church every Sunday and have gatherings every Friday to pray for the Virgin Mother Mary. There was nobody who explained to me why I needed to do these things; I was just asked to follow and never question the f Why do we need to live by the word of God? What is the significance of religion in our lives, and what is Christianity? These are some of the questions I have asked myself, growing up. I grew up raised in the Roman Catholic ways where we would pray with the rosary at night, we would go to church every Sunday and have gatherings every Friday to pray for the Virgin Mother Mary. There was nobody who explained to me why I needed to do these things; I was just asked to follow and never question the faith I was born into. Well, I grew up, questioned my faith, and started to live life independently. I've started exploring the truths about a lot of religion- out of curiosity. I have read about the Muslim Faith, Buddhism, and of course, Christianity. In my opinion, all religions are interconnected, and there are a lot of things I consider important and valuable in my life. Reading about Stephen R. Kirkendall's book made me learn a lot too, and it was thought-provoking. I have learned the importance of tithing. I have learned the value of God's rewards and the true meaning of wealth. Furthermore, I have a similar opinion to one of the things that Stephen shared, and that is about perfection. He stated: "The word perfection in this verse means “completion” or “moral upright- ness.” God wants us to be complete and morally upright in Him. This perfection doesn’t mean you’ll never fail; it means that you have achieved everything that God wants from you in that moment. We should strive to live every moment for Him!" This to me, is brilliant! It explains what God wants for us and the meaning of perfection. At the same time, following God's commandments doesn't only mean that I do it to obey Him, but because I realize the value of it. For example, when I love my neighbor-unconditionally, I live in peace. There are no fights and ill feelings. Same goes when I honor my father and mother, there is a love that permeates in the home, and it blesses the home instead of divides the family. Furthermore, every commandment that God enforces for us to follow is for the betterment of us. He knows that if we live life that way, our lives will be better, and we can live peacefully.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Wade Hayes

    Trust in the power of God's words and God's love! This is what I have learned from this book and a lot more! I am impressed and overjoyed that I had the chance to read this book. I learned about the importance of tithing, the 70 rewards, and the list of prophecies. Tithing is a sensitive issue because whenever there is money involved, people are always careful about it and often refuse to give their part. At the same time, Stephen had offered a lot of explanation about "WHY" we need to give back Trust in the power of God's words and God's love! This is what I have learned from this book and a lot more! I am impressed and overjoyed that I had the chance to read this book. I learned about the importance of tithing, the 70 rewards, and the list of prophecies. Tithing is a sensitive issue because whenever there is money involved, people are always careful about it and often refuse to give their part. At the same time, Stephen had offered a lot of explanation about "WHY" we need to give back, and everything about it makes sense. Meanwhile, this becomes the perfect reason as to why tithing is important: "When it comes to sharing, our time and money seem to be the hardest areas for us to acknowledge that we are just God’s stewards. If you boil down your resistance to tithing, giving, and serving, you’ll discover your own self-interest, self-ownership, and lack of true stewardship. We own nothing"! Doesn't that make perfect sense? Of course, it does! Giving back to God is always about who we are from the inside and how we understand what we have so that it would also bless others. Furthermore, the 70 rewards go hand in hand with the tithing. I think when we give back, God's rewards easily flow right into our lives. The rewards aren't even monetary, and yet it is necessary so that we can function harmoniously in the world. Lastly, the 70 prophecies tell you about the power of God and that his words are always the Golden Rule. Everything that he has shared to Abraham is events that shaped the world. Those are stories that have built the nation and birthed religions after religions. Moreover, that tells us that God is the ultimate Master of the world and that the Scriptures and everything that He says is always true. I believe this book is a great guiding force to living the best life that we can live! I believe that we need to start by accepting God first and letting him into our lives. In this book, there is no doubt that his words SUPERSEDES everything, and all we need to do is to obey. The rules are simple, and once we follow them, we can start living joyously!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Princess Poole

    What is wealth? That to me has always been the most challenging question I ask myself daily. I work hard, and I get good money from the hard work that I have done. It gives me satisfaction when I can give a part of myself to the company, and the company is also grateful for the service I give them. Wealth to me is money! It is how much I have and what I can give in exchange. I honestly never felt lonely or have that gnawing feeling that my life is incomplete. Moreover, there was a part of me tha What is wealth? That to me has always been the most challenging question I ask myself daily. I work hard, and I get good money from the hard work that I have done. It gives me satisfaction when I can give a part of myself to the company, and the company is also grateful for the service I give them. Wealth to me is money! It is how much I have and what I can give in exchange. I honestly never felt lonely or have that gnawing feeling that my life is incomplete. Moreover, there was a part of me that wanted to give back. So, I gave back to charity. As a single woman, I chose to give back to the children in the hospital ward with cancer. Every year I visit them, and I throw a small party and give them gifts. This warms my heart, and the joy that I feel explodes deep within me. And so, this act of charity fully satisfies me. Stephen said when people use their time and money to help others, then that's what truly makes them wealthy. I grew up in London, and practicing religion wasn't as important as it was forty years ago. I was born in 1989 and raised a Catholic. Both of my parents are Italians, and Catholicism was no longer strictly practiced in the UK. However, I am well-read about the Bible. I have read the Old and the New Testament, and as I explore this book, I suddenly recognize what he wants to tell his readers. He wants us to believe in God's will, he wants us to be saved, and he wants us to trust in God with all our hearts. It does have an impact on me, even if I may not have practiced any religion for twenty years now. I believe that his teachings have a lot of value, especially about God's rewards. We might think that the rewards are monetary, and yet, the rewards are a test of our character and maturity. Some people grow in their faith, and I believe that if you do follow what you believe, then you will completely mature in that path. I believe this book has so much to offer! It has a beautiful lesson that we all need to explore and understand. Each book is a blessing for anyone who connects to it. Find the magic of this book and see for yourself!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Brown

    Jesus, The Lord, and His commandments. Only a few people understand God's will and take it to heart. Moreover, what do we need to do to achieve perfection and eternal salvation? Well, in this book "Necessary for Jesus 70 Prophecies, 70 Rewards", Stephen lays out all the foundations on how to be that and so much more! It's interesting for me to hear about another author's perspective about Christianity and the many ways he has interpreted the Bible. It doesn't come as a surprise that everything s Jesus, The Lord, and His commandments. Only a few people understand God's will and take it to heart. Moreover, what do we need to do to achieve perfection and eternal salvation? Well, in this book "Necessary for Jesus 70 Prophecies, 70 Rewards", Stephen lays out all the foundations on how to be that and so much more! It's interesting for me to hear about another author's perspective about Christianity and the many ways he has interpreted the Bible. It doesn't come as a surprise that everything stated here is the only way we need to be guided. Furthermore, the best is already laid out for us, and all we need to do is read about it and take it to heart. There are so many learning and insights I have gained from reading this book, and this one particular interpretation from the 70 rewards rings true for me. Stephen said: "Even though we can’t serve God and mammon, we can, without a shadow of doubt, use mammon to serve God. If you look at it through the world’s eyes, you may believe you have very little to give. In God’s eyes, if you are a faithful steward, He can trust you with much more (a blessing). If you are unjust or unfaithful, why would He trust you with true riches? As Jesus said, you can only serve one master. You can serve the self through earthly wealth (mammon), or you can serve God. Even though we can’t serve God and mammon, we can, without a shadow of doubt, use mammon to serve God. If you look at it through the world’s eyes, you may believe you have very little to give. In God’s eyes, if you are a faithful steward, He can trust you with much more (a blessing). If you are unjust or unfaithful, why would He trust you with true riches? As Jesus said, you can only serve one master. You can serve the self through earthly wealth (mammon), or you can serve God". Earthly possession is a temptation, and we all seek that. Sometimes we get carried away, and we associate ourselves with what we have vs what we ought to give. Check this book out and see what it can do for your soul!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Miller Young

    God, love and deliverance! What more could we ask for? In this book, we will get to understand God and his will for us, we will get to realize the power of love, and what deliverance means. I now have a deeper understanding about God and why He wants us to follow and obey him. Worshipping him is one thing, at the same time, God's ultimate desire is for us to live a good life. We know in our hearts that the commandments (“You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not stea God, love and deliverance! What more could we ask for? In this book, we will get to understand God and his will for us, we will get to realize the power of love, and what deliverance means. I now have a deeper understanding about God and why He wants us to follow and obey him. Worshipping him is one thing, at the same time, God's ultimate desire is for us to live a good life. We know in our hearts that the commandments (“You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not bear false witness,” “You shall not covet,” and if there is any other commandment, are all summed up in this saying, namely, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore, love is the fulfillment of the law. (Rom. 13:8–10)) is the ultimate foundation of a peaceful and happy life. If we do this, we can live in joy and develop better relationships with others. Furthermore, the commandments made me learn more about LOVE, especially about UNCONDITIONAL LOVE. This to me is the most challenging part of the commandments because it is difficult to love your enemies, but if you do, then you have truly strengthened your character because it is only in loving those that are difficult to love that you can truly test how far you can love others. Deliverance is a far cry to your salvation. Most of the time, I feel that I am not worthy of the promised salvation that God has offered. Most of the time, I still feel and recognize the sins I have done, and yet, the scripture overrules that and tells us that God forgives and always gives people a chance. This gives me hope, and this might be the last thing I will develop in myself, but I will do it and will trust what is in the scriptures. I believe that living a life with the guidance of the bible is a great way to live life, and I am encouraging everyone to start living their life in this manner. There is so much to gain and nothing to lose! So, start your journey with God now!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Willian Hughes

    Love, trust, and obedience are all that God asks of us. How cool is that? In the Christian world it is simple, but only a few people understand and follow it. We get confused, and we get influenced by our friends, social media, and advertising. I am in my mid-twenties and living in America has made it impossible to live a Christ-centered life. Furthermore, I have always felt that urge to change and live a more peaceful life. This happened to me when I realized how toxic I have become to my famil Love, trust, and obedience are all that God asks of us. How cool is that? In the Christian world it is simple, but only a few people understand and follow it. We get confused, and we get influenced by our friends, social media, and advertising. I am in my mid-twenties and living in America has made it impossible to live a Christ-centered life. Furthermore, I have always felt that urge to change and live a more peaceful life. This happened to me when I realized how toxic I have become to my family and my friends. I started to read the bible and going to church every Sunday. Part of that change is to expose myself with books, where the teachings of God are expressed in detail and are objectively related to the Scriptures and Bible verses. That is why I got this book because I know that it will help me with that change. So, what I first learned from Stephen is about tithing. Surprisingly this doesn't get discussed often in church, but I am glad that it was discussed here. There is so much to learn and love about giving back. It has taught me when I do, I can help others and allow the Church to grow and administer its works to the poor. Next is the value of wealth. I am a believer that wealth always comes from what you can give to the world, the environment, and others. It is your skill, and your skill is unique to you because it helps others become better too! And I was right after all! The value of wealth always comes from the expression of joy from the person who gives it! This is also where fulfillment and real happiness springs forth! Lastly, I have learned to trust and obey God! This is always difficult for me because my mind has the tendency to play tricks and tells me that there is always something wrong and that I need to fix it! This book made me become a more insightful person, and hopefully, I can begin to practice the value of it consistently. It is always a challenge to be a better human being, but as they say, all we need to do is to trust God, and everything else will fall into place.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Stewart

    This is an interesting read! I have read a lot of insights about the life of Jesus Christ from a lot of authors, and I have also read about the story of Jesus in Nazareth and the Plagues of God in Egypt. One fascinating point that is relevant to what I have read is the Covenant of Levi. Stephen shared: "You have corrupted the covenant of Levi. And now, O priests, this commandment is for you. If you will not hear, and if you will not take it to heart, to give glory to My name,” says the Lord of h This is an interesting read! I have read a lot of insights about the life of Jesus Christ from a lot of authors, and I have also read about the story of Jesus in Nazareth and the Plagues of God in Egypt. One fascinating point that is relevant to what I have read is the Covenant of Levi. Stephen shared: "You have corrupted the covenant of Levi. And now, O priests, this commandment is for you. If you will not hear, and if you will not take it to heart, to give glory to My name,” says the Lord of hosts, “I will send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings. Yes, I have cursed them already because you do not take it to heart. Behold, I will rebuke your descendants, and spread refuse on your faces, the refuse of your solemn feasts; and one will take you away with it". In my own analysis, this rebuke starts from the story of the Plagues in Egypt. The Egyptians worshipped their own Gods, they sold slaves, and they lived a life of sexual liberation. God was not happy with that behavior, and he saw that it possessed them. At the same time, this seems to be true in the present times as well. We have been busy living a life of getting instead of being. We have been obsessed with our Social Media image, that it overtook our relationship with ourselves and God. We have been selfish, and we have forgotten how to love ourselves and others. And God sees the heart of people every time. His only wish is for us to obey, to follow his commandments, and to worship him. Worshipping God has the most beautiful consequences because it ensures living the best life that you can, and it also assures eternal life and salvation. How easy it is to live a good life? We never truly know until we follow God's rule and permeate God's love in our hearts and to the hearts of others. Let's keep the blessing of this book flowing, and let's spread this word to others in the hopes that it will change humanity. Cheers!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Paula Parker

    This sharing of ideas about Jesus and what he wants from us has taught me a lot. The best teaching, I have learned is how to love unconditionally, and that is my weakness, which I believe I need to practice- A LOT! It struck me when the bible said: “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heav This sharing of ideas about Jesus and what he wants from us has taught me a lot. The best teaching, I have learned is how to love unconditionally, and that is my weakness, which I believe I need to practice- A LOT! It struck me when the bible said: “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven [Reward #1]; for He makes His sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. For if you love those who love you, what reward have you? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? And if you greet your brethren only, what do you do more than others? Do not even the tax collectors do so? Therefore, you shall be perfect [Reward #2], just as your Father in heaven is perfect". (Matt. 5:43–48; also, Luke 6:30–36) Sounds challenging to do, and it seems easy to be kind to people whom we like, but to those who are not nice and for some people that we do not have a connection with, extending ourselves to them is truly a burden. :( Moreover, I see the truth of this scripture; the logic behind it is similar to the subjects I study in school. I don't like Math, but I must study it and do well if I want to be top of the class. Similar to the love I will practice for my enemies, I have to do it and learn the value of it, and in doing so, I will be able to understand unconditional love and also be fully obedient to God's will. What an excellent book! I enjoyed Stephen's preaching and insights! There is so much to learn as a Christian without having that full exposure to the verses. I am grateful to have read it, and I'm sure all the people who will be reading it would feel the same. Cheers!

  10. 5 out of 5

    James Williams

    "A healthy sense of our self". What a beautiful insight! There are so many teachings that will inspire us and will make us understand Christianity better, and helps us become a more balanced and stable human being. That's what I loved about this book. We as millennials need this preaching as the world has changed and is heavily influenced by Social Media. Becoming obsessed with being liked, having the best body and of course trying to let others believe that we are living our best life- when we' "A healthy sense of our self". What a beautiful insight! There are so many teachings that will inspire us and will make us understand Christianity better, and helps us become a more balanced and stable human being. That's what I loved about this book. We as millennials need this preaching as the world has changed and is heavily influenced by Social Media. Becoming obsessed with being liked, having the best body and of course trying to let others believe that we are living our best life- when we're truly are not is a form of psychosis, and so this is a timely chance for us to change and if not change, reflect on the word of God. This passage might best work for anyone; it certainly did for me: "Some people resist the idea of selflessness; after all, if one is taking care of their body, aren’t they also only taking care of their self? No! It’s not our bodies. If we are truly the Lord’s, we’re merely the stewards of our bodies. Therefore, taking care of your body is not an act of self-interest. You are taking care of His property. It would be self-interest if all your time and money were spent on taking care of your body for a vain reason or in an obsessive way that does not help others. When we have time and money invested in helping others, we tend to care for others and have a healthy sense of ourselves. Plus, it forces us to think about Jesus more since we are doing it for Him". So, how do you spend your time and money? And how do you love your body? To me, it becomes clear, and that is to spend it in relevance to the word of God, take care of myself and my body so that I can be healthy and become a better steward for others. Thank you for blessing my day, Stephen, it is indeed a great book! Cheers!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rene Sanders

    Enrich your life and start reading this book by Stephen R. Kirkendall! It is indeed one of the best books to enlighten and help make a change in our life! I believe that it is perfect for people going through a lot of ordeals. Drug addiction, womanizing, alcoholism, and plenty of other things that corrupt us. The reason I believe that it heals people is that it teaches us about God's commandments, how to trust and obey God always, and the 70 rewards that await us when we let God rule our life. T Enrich your life and start reading this book by Stephen R. Kirkendall! It is indeed one of the best books to enlighten and help make a change in our life! I believe that it is perfect for people going through a lot of ordeals. Drug addiction, womanizing, alcoholism, and plenty of other things that corrupt us. The reason I believe that it heals people is that it teaches us about God's commandments, how to trust and obey God always, and the 70 rewards that await us when we let God rule our life. To me, it starts with following the commandments. Following this ( "You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not bear false witness,” “You shall not covet,” and if there is any other commandment, are all summed up in this saying, namely, “You shall love your neighbor as your- self.” Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore, love is the fulfillment of the law." (Rom. 13:8–10)) already guarantees a peaceful and loving life. Second is about trust in God. When we trust God, we give our whole self to him, and we surrender our worries and our pain. God is encompassing, and he always knows, and that is why when Jesus Christ was healing the sick, all those that believed were healed because their trust allowed the miracle to penetrate in their bodies and their hearts. Lastly, the 70 rewards that await us are a great motivator to invite and receive Christ in our lives. More than healing, it promises maturity in our Spiritual Growth and maturity in our ways of understanding the will of God. So, to me, there is no other book that will help us live a great life. It is always the word of God and practicing his commandments and then believing in Him! This book says it all, and I am highly recommending it to everyone! Cheers!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Zane Hayes

    Life seems to be a challenge for some, and yet some people flow through life and have money coming easily to them. So, the question is, "how does one suffer, and how does another human being live with such ease and harmony"? In a nutshell, it starts with the purity of our hearts, and the purity of our hearts starts by first living out the will of God through his commandments. I would say that this is the ultimate law! Who in this world will experience suffering if they love one another? Who woul Life seems to be a challenge for some, and yet some people flow through life and have money coming easily to them. So, the question is, "how does one suffer, and how does another human being live with such ease and harmony"? In a nutshell, it starts with the purity of our hearts, and the purity of our hearts starts by first living out the will of God through his commandments. I would say that this is the ultimate law! Who in this world will experience suffering if they love one another? Who would experience a crime of passion if we do not commit adultery? And, who will have troubles in the family if we honor our mother and father? The answer is no one! But then as human beings evolved, we have become selfish and we have forgotten the word of God. This book by Stephen R. Kirkendall came out in a timely manner. As you can see, we are going through a rough time. The world is slowly dying. The natural resources have been slowly stripped away by selfishness and lack of control in the production of raw materials. Furthermore, we have been irresponsible in our use of money. We have used money for the sake of image and our selfish desires. We use sex to cover up for the loneliness we feel inside. Lastly, we are seeking happiness outside of us; when happiness is truly what is inside our hearts. In this book, we will understand his will and what it takes to grow our Spirit. Growing our spirit starts by obeying God and then accepting him in our lives. Also, there is a lot more relevant information that will warm your heart, as the scriptures explain in detail. To me, there is nothing else that will help us become better until we live in accordance with God's will! So, check out what is in store for you in this wonderful book and be blessed!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Emma SMITH

    I am excited about this book! I am excited at how it will change my life, and I am excited at how it will change the lives of my loved ones, my friends, and to everyone who will read it! This is the best book for the new millennium! The world has changed, and people have forgotten how to live righteously! Many of us do not even know the history of Jesus and the Bible, and I am guessing that there is a possibility that in some schools, there is no longer a discussion about it. The world has evolv I am excited about this book! I am excited at how it will change my life, and I am excited at how it will change the lives of my loved ones, my friends, and to everyone who will read it! This is the best book for the new millennium! The world has changed, and people have forgotten how to live righteously! Many of us do not even know the history of Jesus and the Bible, and I am guessing that there is a possibility that in some schools, there is no longer a discussion about it. The world has evolved so much, and it has made our environment more polluted, it has made our lives less meaningful, and it has made people more depressed. The depression comes in because we seek something else, something that has a lesser value, and that is money and fame. The rise of social media has made people less mindful, and that is why I am thankful for this book that Stephen wrote because it is time for a change. In this book, you will understand the full meaning of giving back to the Church and how it will benefit humanity. You will also learn the true meaning of wealth. To me, this is important because few people feel rich despite their success and money. Furthermore, you will also learn how to fully trust and obey God. Obedience and trust are the core of it all. I believe that when you obey and trust God, there is full communion to your relationship and that obedience means that you have truly understood his power and intentions. If we follow all that God wants from us, we will witness a change of mindset, a change in behavior, and a brand-new lease in life. God and the commandments guarantee that, and all that is asked of us is to follow! So, let’s do this and start reading this book!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emma Wells

    A journey toward a beautiful relationship with the Lord. How do we trust God? If you are curious about that topic and you are ready to receive God in your life, then this is the best book for you. I am not a Christian, but I always knew in my heart that there is a God that loves and protects us. This God is powerful, and he helps us to whatever he can so that we can live a great life. In this book, we have guidelines on how and why we should receive God in our lives. The motivation for me to rece A journey toward a beautiful relationship with the Lord. How do we trust God? If you are curious about that topic and you are ready to receive God in your life, then this is the best book for you. I am not a Christian, but I always knew in my heart that there is a God that loves and protects us. This God is powerful, and he helps us to whatever he can so that we can live a great life. In this book, we have guidelines on how and why we should receive God in our lives. The motivation for me to receive Christ comes from the rewards that were discussed by Stephen. The word reward sounds so enticing, but as you learn what it is about, you will understand that it is more of an act of love and servitude that God is offering, rather than the monetary rewards that we expect it to be. In addition, as we begin to understand his will for us, we then realize that we need to follow the commandments. The commandments are laid out for us in this book as a reminder to follow and obey the law of God. Furthermore, as we begin to obey, we then receive Christ in our lives, and we begin to be saved by our sins and live a life of perfection! Perfection was also addressed in this book, which means: "The word perfection in this verse means “completion” or “moral uprightness.” God wants us to be complete and morally upright in Him. Remember, David referred to this “perfection”: “Mark the perfect man and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace” (Ps. 37:37, KJV)". It's so simple and profound, which is something we can always revert to when we feel that we have not done our best to be morally upright. So, are you ready to obey and trust God? If you are, check this book out, read it, and develop the best insights about it. You will never go wrong!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Oliver Jones

    What made Stephen think of starting the book and share about tithing? This appeared to be such a mystery to me at first, but when he elaborated about the issue and told people the importance to help minister the works of God, I soon understood why he made this the first issue. He even quoted the verse of Mal. 3:8-9, and stated: "Will a man rob God? Yet you have robbed Me! But you say, “In what way have we robbed You?” In tithes and offerings. You are cursed with a curse, for you have robbed Me, What made Stephen think of starting the book and share about tithing? This appeared to be such a mystery to me at first, but when he elaborated about the issue and told people the importance to help minister the works of God, I soon understood why he made this the first issue. He even quoted the verse of Mal. 3:8-9, and stated: "Will a man rob God? Yet you have robbed Me! But you say, “In what way have we robbed You?” In tithes and offerings. You are cursed with a curse, for you have robbed Me, even this whole nation". (Mal. 3:8–9) Moreover, it appeared to me at first as an act of coercion, but when I recognized that our money and our skills are a gift from God, and what he only asks is to give back 10% of what he has given us to help the Church and the people grow, then I began to understand the significance of it all! At the same time, Stephen also made sure to share the rewards we will receive once we give back, and so, our tithing is not in vain because God sees our full intention and recognizes what we have done for his people. Lastly, I believe this book has much to offer. It teaches us to accept Jesus as our Savior; it teaches us to be kind and loving and to live in obedience to the word of God. It's also a good idea to see that reflected from the Bible verses he had chosen to relate to his teachings because it makes it more believable and objective. Stephen did a great job! He has the best intentions of sharing his passion to teach about Jesus, God, and how to live in full surrender to His words! I believe we ought to all grab a copy of this amazing revelation to enrich our lives!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mason Coleman

    The most interesting for me is Chapter 4. Wealth and money are a huge issue, especially in the Western world. Everyone wants to live comfortably, and it seems the most fitted conversation to share. Can a Christian become wealthy? What is your opinion about this topic? To me, as I have read and understood from the explanation of Stephen, being rich is an intent from the Spirit and how you choose to use your money. Some people are possessed by their money, and I agree and believe that what makes p The most interesting for me is Chapter 4. Wealth and money are a huge issue, especially in the Western world. Everyone wants to live comfortably, and it seems the most fitted conversation to share. Can a Christian become wealthy? What is your opinion about this topic? To me, as I have read and understood from the explanation of Stephen, being rich is an intent from the Spirit and how you choose to use your money. Some people are possessed by their money, and I agree and believe that what makes people happy and content is their intention and their heart to share- never the money. Furthermore, when you use wealth biblically and understand that this is given by God for us to have more means to help others, then you begin to truly understand the will of God. In my opinion, Christians do have the potential to be wealthy- if they trust and believe that God's love and power will bless them! Wealth is also not only about monetary gains, but wealth is what you have inside of you, and how it has the potential to change others. Well, Stephen is one wealthy guy then, and he is the best example! He has shared so many insights from this book that will bless others. And so, that is the true meaning of wealth, and that is how we become truly content and happy! :-) Wealth may be about how we use our time and talent, and that is because: "The use of your time and talent is the only way to help the Lord bring more souls into His kingdom". So, you see, our unique abilities impact people, and when we use that to serve God and help others, that's when we are truly happy. The joy in life is our wealth, never how much we make. What a beautiful insight shared for everyone!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Theodore Roberts

    This book is beyond fascinating! It has cleared so much confusion I have about Christianity. It now made me understand what salvation means, the importance of tithing, and the 70 rewards we will receive from God when we invite him into our lives! Inviting God into our lives seems to be an easy thing to do, moreover, as Stephen reiterates, inviting God and then receiving him fully is how this works. So, what does that mean? He expresses this from a bible verse, and the other one the story of Pete This book is beyond fascinating! It has cleared so much confusion I have about Christianity. It now made me understand what salvation means, the importance of tithing, and the 70 rewards we will receive from God when we invite him into our lives! Inviting God into our lives seems to be an easy thing to do, moreover, as Stephen reiterates, inviting God and then receiving him fully is how this works. So, what does that mean? He expresses this from a bible verse, and the other one the story of Peter: "Not everyone who says to Me, “Lord, Lord,” shall enter the kingdom of heaven [Reward #6], but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. (Matt. 7:21) (The Story of Peter) "Now when Jesus had come into Peter’s house, He saw his wife’s mother lying sick with a fever. So, He touched her hand, and the fever left her. And she arose and served them. When evening had come, they brought to Him many who were demon-possessed. And He cast out the spirits with a word, and healed all who were sick [Reward #9], that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Isaiah the prophet, saying: “He Himself took our infirmities and bore our sick- nesses.” (Matt. 8:14–17; see also Mark 1:29–34 and Luke 4:38–41) This is only a glimpse of how this book will provide clarity to us Christians and to truly realize what God can do for us when we accept and trust in Him! The chapter about the 70 rewards is a beautiful reminder of how our lives will become blessed and enhanced by God. Funny because believing in God and accepting him in our lives is such an easy thing to do, and if we want to live well, we must start now!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jason Anderson

    I'm a big fan of reading and learning more about church tithing, and this book does an excellent job of giving Biblical answers to our questions. As an investment analyst, I struggle with getting caught up in the world's way of thinking, but this book can set you straight! These are some of my favorite bible quotes from the book: “But why do you call Me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and not do the things which I say?” (Luke 6:46). “For the love of Christ compels us, because we judge thus: that if One died for all, I'm a big fan of reading and learning more about church tithing, and this book does an excellent job of giving Biblical answers to our questions. As an investment analyst, I struggle with getting caught up in the world's way of thinking, but this book can set you straight! These are some of my favorite bible quotes from the book: “But why do you call Me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and not do the things which I say?” (Luke 6:46). “For the love of Christ compels us, because we judge thus: that if One died for all, then all died; and He died for all, that those who live should live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again” (2 Cor. 5:14–15). Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure [Reward #31] to give you the kingdom [Reward #6 again]. Sell what you have and give alms; provide yourselves money bags which do not grow old, a treasure in the heavens that does not fail, where no thief approaches nor moth destroys. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. (Luke 12:32–34) “Can any- one forbid water, that these should not be baptized who have received the Holy Spirit just as we have?” And he commanded them to be baptized in the name of the Lord. (Acts 10:44–48) But do not forget to do good and to share, for with such sacrifices God is well pleased [Reward #52]. (Heb. 13:16) This was an excellent read! I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to develop a biblical understanding of tithe and the necessity for Jesus.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Collins

    Have you ever wondered where this concept of tithing came into play? I am a Christian, and sometimes I do feel obligated to give 10% of my earnings to the Church instead of giving it wholeheartedly. I needed a clear-cut explanation about why that is, and so, when I got hold of this book, it somehow made me realize why this is something we as Christians need to fulfill. And so, it states: "A tithe is a tenth of goods or income paid as a tax for the support of the church.” According to the Bible, Have you ever wondered where this concept of tithing came into play? I am a Christian, and sometimes I do feel obligated to give 10% of my earnings to the Church instead of giving it wholeheartedly. I needed a clear-cut explanation about why that is, and so, when I got hold of this book, it somehow made me realize why this is something we as Christians need to fulfill. And so, it states: "A tithe is a tenth of goods or income paid as a tax for the support of the church.” According to the Bible, the tithe is a tenth of any increase". Moreover, this definition doesn't stop here. Stephen elaborates on how this helps grow the Church and the followers of God. In every tithe we offer, it helps the missionaries with their mission work, it helps to give back to the poor so we can realize that a part of what we have is an offering to God. I like that! I believe that when we realize that what we have on Earth is not ours, but from God, we then become thankful and realize where we come from and develop the deepest respect for our Creator. I believe that this book changed my mentality of feeling obligated to recognize the things that God has given me. In essence, I believe this book is great because you will not only learn what tithing means, but you will understand what our lives truly mean when we live it in accordance with God's will! I sincerely hope that Stephen writes more insights about God and how to live the Christian life. It has helped me, and I know it will help others too!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lucas Rivera

    Nobody said it like it should be: "The more wisdom and knowledge you have, the more valuable your time is. The more valuable your time is, the more money, or the replacement of it, you can earn". So, it appeared to me that Stephen's book is not only about God, it's also about our growth as an individual. As you can see here, he has shared something profound about our abilities. Our abilities are important, and the more we hone them, the more we develop, and the more money we gain from that growt Nobody said it like it should be: "The more wisdom and knowledge you have, the more valuable your time is. The more valuable your time is, the more money, or the replacement of it, you can earn". So, it appeared to me that Stephen's book is not only about God, it's also about our growth as an individual. As you can see here, he has shared something profound about our abilities. Our abilities are important, and the more we hone them, the more we develop, and the more money we gain from that growth. There is nothing wrong with working hard and striving to be good at it. Our skills are God-given, and it is of sheer importance to continue to develop it. At the same time, there is something to be said about money and our intentions too! Some people work hard because money is the only security that they feel, and it possesses them. What God wants us to realize is there is more to what money can offer, and it shouldn't be the only sense of happiness and security. Our blessings are to be shared with those that need it, and when we realize that, the more we will be blessed. :-) I also believe that integrating the verses of the Bible when it comes to money, tithing, and our full obedience to God's words, is the smartest way for us to grow intelligently, and spiritually. I believe that Stephen is a powerful teacher! He has a good grasp of what he wants to share to us readers, in the hopes that we can live a peaceful, loving, and God-centered life! Isn't that all there is to life? Well, I believe so! And if you do, check this out, and see your life change!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Terrence Myers

    How to live the best years of your life? I believe it is to live in accordance with the will of God, and it is of the same token as Stephen's teachings from his book: "Necessary for Jesus 70 Prophecies, 70 Rewards". This book is brilliant! Anyone ready to receive Christ as his Savior and obey God is also ready to read the powerful insights laid out from this book. I have learned so many amazing things and wonderful realizations and one of which is about our intentions when we give our tithes to How to live the best years of your life? I believe it is to live in accordance with the will of God, and it is of the same token as Stephen's teachings from his book: "Necessary for Jesus 70 Prophecies, 70 Rewards". This book is brilliant! Anyone ready to receive Christ as his Savior and obey God is also ready to read the powerful insights laid out from this book. I have learned so many amazing things and wonderful realizations and one of which is about our intentions when we give our tithes to the Church. It is no secret when we give, we receive, and that is law because we disregard that God sees our intentions- ALL THE TIME! What needs reinforcing is to give from our hearts. Giving from the heart is moved by the Spirit. It is pure, and its only intention is to help. That is why we need to not only obey God, but we also need to understand our Spirit and our psychology too. This may start to be a challenge, but as we practice doing good things, it becomes a walk in the park. Tithing makes you realize that you are helping the word of God grow to help preserve the Church and the mission works of priests and other people in the ministry. How cool is that? Nobody was truly able to express the meaning of tithing as much as Stephen has, and for that, I am thankful! Furthermore, this is not the only thing that we will learn- there is so much MORE! And so, if you are up for living the best years of your life, start exposing yourself to books that will cleanse your heart and purify your soul. Start reading this and witness the miracle!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Zackary Diaz

    Life is a mystery for a lot of us. Some people believe to enjoy life! Some people believe life is what we make of it, and some believe to live in the faithfulness and guidance of their religion. I believe there is so much to learn from everyone's perspective, and I learned a lot from Stephen R. Kirkendall's book. I admire Stephen's passion and conviction. His love for his religion, which is Christianity, truly comes out from his writing. His vision for humanity is obvious too! He wants people to Life is a mystery for a lot of us. Some people believe to enjoy life! Some people believe life is what we make of it, and some believe to live in the faithfulness and guidance of their religion. I believe there is so much to learn from everyone's perspective, and I learned a lot from Stephen R. Kirkendall's book. I admire Stephen's passion and conviction. His love for his religion, which is Christianity, truly comes out from his writing. His vision for humanity is obvious too! He wants people to live in obedience to God and worship God. He shared this information so that we will understand who God is, what he wants from us, and then help us achieve salvation. In my opinion, this is another perspective that we can gain a lot of beautiful insights from, and if you want to grow as a devout Christian, then this will be the perfect book for you. Furthermore, if you are also looking to know more about Christianity, this is also a wonderful book to explore. Stephen is a great teacher, and he teaches the scripture and the bible verses quite well, so your time will certainly not be in vain. Lastly, if you are looking to feed your soul with wonderful thoughts and acts of kindness, this will also be a great book to expose yourself too! It will help you develop kindness and unconditional love for people. I believe that we all have a different way to live our life! Furthermore, there is always beauty in believing in God because it naturally enhances our lives, and it brings miracles to believers. Come check it out and see if it helps you!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth King

    I admit I don't read enough non-fiction, but Stephen Kirkendall is one of the few non-fiction authors I read and keep up with. Getting the chance to review his newest book was a no-brainer. “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cumin and have neglected the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone” (Matt. 23:23) Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have g I admit I don't read enough non-fiction, but Stephen Kirkendall is one of the few non-fiction authors I read and keep up with. Getting the chance to review his newest book was a no-brainer. “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cumin and have neglected the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone” (Matt. 23:23) Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given orders to the churches of Galatia, so you must do also: on the first day of the week let each one of you lay something aside, storing up as he may prosper, that there be no collections when I come. And when I come, whomever you approve by your letters I will send to bear your gift to Jerusalem. (1 Cor. 16:1–3) This book is like a hammer, hammering home a nail of one piece of biblical truth, that what we do in this life with our money has an impact for all eternity. There are times when I thought some of what he said was a bit farfetched and too good to be true, but all his arguments were backed up by biblical texts. This book goes at one of our cherished idols, money. I recommend this book; you may be surprised by what you read. Above all, every passage of Scripture is held in very high esteem and recognized as being the inspired Word of God, whether it's easy to understand and fit into your beliefs or not.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Clark

    Simple and clear book on answers with God's word. They taught me about rewards in heaven when I was growing up in the youth group at my church. I was shocked and convinced my pastor was a heretic. My first thoughts were, "how could God give different people rewards in heaven based on what they did on Earth? And not everyone gets the same amount of rewards? Won't people get jealous of others who have more than them? " Needless to say, I never quite forgot that sermon. Then came college, where my p Simple and clear book on answers with God's word. They taught me about rewards in heaven when I was growing up in the youth group at my church. I was shocked and convinced my pastor was a heretic. My first thoughts were, "how could God give different people rewards in heaven based on what they did on Earth? And not everyone gets the same amount of rewards? Won't people get jealous of others who have more than them? " Needless to say, I never quite forgot that sermon. Then came college, where my pastor spoke on the judgment seat of Christ and the great white throne judgment (bema). The former being the judgment where God separates the saved from the unsaved based on faith in Christ. The latter judged on the works they did on Earth for Christ. The most crucial passage that helped me understand this concept was also emphasized by Mr. Kirkendall. If we are truly the Lord’s, we’re merely the stewards of our bodies. Therefore, taking care of your body is not an act of self-interest. You are taking care of His property. It would be self-interest if all your time and money were spent on taking care of your body for a vain reason or in an obsessive way that does not help others. When we have time and money invested in helping others, we tend to care for others and have a healthy sense of ourselves. Plus, it forces us to think about Jesus more since we are doing it for Him.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Phillips

    Find out why everything you do today matters forever. Find the power and potential of your life through this book. A good life-changing book! Biblical Principles of Money God owns it all (Matt 25:14-30). God has the right to take whatever He wants, whenever He wants it. This frees you to give freely to His purposes and people. Prov 3:9 says giving to God should be the priority use of income. 1 Cor 16:2 says we should give regularly. 2 Cor 9:12 says we must give to needs of saints (poor, widows, orpha Find out why everything you do today matters forever. Find the power and potential of your life through this book. A good life-changing book! Biblical Principles of Money God owns it all (Matt 25:14-30). God has the right to take whatever He wants, whenever He wants it. This frees you to give freely to His purposes and people. Prov 3:9 says giving to God should be the priority use of income. 1 Cor 16:2 says we should give regularly. 2 Cor 9:12 says we must give to needs of saints (poor, widows, orphans) and to fulfill Great Commission (evangelism and discipleship in city, state, nation, rest of world). Giving to local churches should be the best place to give to meet the needs of saints and for evangelism. You can also give to other organizations that support these missions. 2 Cor 8:3-5 says Christians gave beyond their ability. Should: proportionate to what you've received; start with 10% of gross income Could: what you could give if you sacrificed something (Luke 21:4) Would: committing to give more if God unexpectedly provides more income or decreased expenses "Do your giving while you're living so you're knowing where it's going." Don't put off giving today so you can earn more to give in the future later. Doing so is effectively saying God is incapable of using His money today for a greater eternal impact than you can earn by investing. God wants to bless us. That’s a powerful secret!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Edwards

    Stephen R Kirkendall is a passionate, insightful, and dignified man. He wants to share the scriptures so that others can live in harmony to the word of God. What is more important than to follow that? To me, there is no argument about what he wants to teach us, and it is going to make an impact on everyone! He is indeed an amazing man with the best intentions! In relation, his teachings are easy to understand, and he expresses them with the Bible Verses from the Old Testament. This can help peop Stephen R Kirkendall is a passionate, insightful, and dignified man. He wants to share the scriptures so that others can live in harmony to the word of God. What is more important than to follow that? To me, there is no argument about what he wants to teach us, and it is going to make an impact on everyone! He is indeed an amazing man with the best intentions! In relation, his teachings are easy to understand, and he expresses them with the Bible Verses from the Old Testament. This can help people realize that the teachings of God did not only come from the new version of the bible. God's teachings were shared even before Christ was born. Make no mistake, even if He was saying the verse for the Jews, He was referencing the entire nation to follow and obey Him, as He is our God and Master. Moreover, what He wants is simple, and one of the things that we sometimes have difficulties following is the Royal Law. To me, the "Royal Law" means that we need to care for others as much as we do for ourselves. On the same token, it appears to be a challenge because the world has become more selfish, and it wants to hoard all the resources for themselves instead of sharing them with others. So, to me, living the life that is ordained by God is the best solution to living a great life, and how wonderful it is to find a book that reminds us to be such? Thanks, Stephen for all that you do!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Enrique Rogers

    This book by Stephen R. Kirkendall is relevant for the new millennium! I believe that we need this piece of enlightenment to guide our lives. Reading about God and his promise of deliverance and love has touched me! I believe that there is nothing more powerful than the unique understanding of God's will and what he expects from his people so that they can live a wonderful life. God is our creator, which means that he knows what will make his creation happy, content, and live with meaning. Follo This book by Stephen R. Kirkendall is relevant for the new millennium! I believe that we need this piece of enlightenment to guide our lives. Reading about God and his promise of deliverance and love has touched me! I believe that there is nothing more powerful than the unique understanding of God's will and what he expects from his people so that they can live a wonderful life. God is our creator, which means that he knows what will make his creation happy, content, and live with meaning. Follow the commandments with the best intentions because the new ways in the new millennium have corrupted our lifestyle and our hearts, and we forget the word of God! We forget how to be loving and giving to others. We only think of ourselves because we are afraid that we might not have enough. This crazy mindset has resulted in wars and power tripping, may it be in politics and the corporate world. This has got to change, and I believe that exposing people with books that feed our souls and infused with God's words is the first thing that we need. So, let us start by reading this book and then reading the bible too. This book contains verses and parables in the New Testament; at the same time, it would be best to have the bible as our guide for reflection and reminder. This is a powerful book, and I know that anyone who reads it will start to see a great change in their life. Check it out!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eduardo Patel

    What are the 70 Prophecies and the 70 Rewards? In this book written by Stephen R. Kirkendall, I learned all that and a lot more things that made an impact on my life. I am a Christian, and yet I was never serious with my fate. Around 2015, I was diagnosed with Cancer. When I started chemotherapy, I was so afraid of what might happen. I had every means to feel secure because I have medical insurance, and I have a good amount of money saved in the bank to carry me through that ordeal, but somethin What are the 70 Prophecies and the 70 Rewards? In this book written by Stephen R. Kirkendall, I learned all that and a lot more things that made an impact on my life. I am a Christian, and yet I was never serious with my fate. Around 2015, I was diagnosed with Cancer. When I started chemotherapy, I was so afraid of what might happen. I had every means to feel secure because I have medical insurance, and I have a good amount of money saved in the bank to carry me through that ordeal, but something missing about the equation, and that was prayer and trust in the Lord. I was struck by Stephen's testimony when he said he underwent a triple bypass operation, and they discovered it before it could get worse, and that is because God is always working beside us, and Stephen lives his life under the foundation of God's words. For me, it came late in my life, and I had to go through a lot of pain before I could truly receive Christ. After that ordeal and after understanding the relevance of trust and full obedience, my life was never the same again. Five years from chemotherapy, I am now cancer-free, and I am living the best time of my life. I think this book's powerful message should be read by all because I know that it will bless others, and it will help people realize that for us to live wonderfully, we have to invite Christ in our lives. So, are you ready for this? If you are, you should start reading this book and then share it with others!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Terrance Castillo

    Living in the context of following God's commandments, tithing, and understanding what God has in store in our lives is what we will all learn from this book! I believe that what we will learn here supersedes what we will learn by reading the Bible on our own. I believe that Stephen has been generous in his knowledge to us readers, and he poured all of what he knows about Christ to empower us and enlighten us. I also believe this book will serve as an inspiration for mankind to start living a li Living in the context of following God's commandments, tithing, and understanding what God has in store in our lives is what we will all learn from this book! I believe that what we will learn here supersedes what we will learn by reading the Bible on our own. I believe that Stephen has been generous in his knowledge to us readers, and he poured all of what he knows about Christ to empower us and enlighten us. I also believe this book will serve as an inspiration for mankind to start living a life following God's will. What might come out of the world? You see, the world is in chaos. Wars, deadly diseases, and starvation. These are three effects of how we have been living life for thousands of years. But then if we follow the golden rule, which is to love our neighbors as ourselves, wars, deadly diseases, and starvation will slowly diminish. Therefore, I believe this book should be read by ALL because it teaches us to understand the will of God, his vision for humanity, and how our lives will get better if we do what he says. God seeks humanity to be one, and why he created the commandments, and he expressed for it to be obeyed. In this book, there is more to following the commandments, and there is more to the rewards of tithing that we learn. Our Spirits will grow, and our humanity will change. If you have some time to grab a copy of this wonderful book, do so, read it and be blessed!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Winston Russel

    Wealth, happiness, and love! Everyone wants a life like that, but only a few people understand how to live like it! So, what do I mean? First, it must start with you. Based on my own experience, I started attaining wealth, happiness, and love when I accepted God in my life. Moreover, I needed to let go of a lot of things also, as a tradeoff. I started to eat less because I was extremely overweight, and then I started to take care of my body. I also gave up going to the mall on Sundays and traded Wealth, happiness, and love! Everyone wants a life like that, but only a few people understand how to live like it! So, what do I mean? First, it must start with you. Based on my own experience, I started attaining wealth, happiness, and love when I accepted God in my life. Moreover, I needed to let go of a lot of things also, as a tradeoff. I started to eat less because I was extremely overweight, and then I started to take care of my body. I also gave up going to the mall on Sundays and traded that time to go to Church. I replaced time in the bar every Friday with time for my new friends in Church, and we discussed the Bible together. My life started to change, and I started to lose weight. I became happier, and I started to feel an abundance of love in my heart. Receiving Christ is the only way, and I believe that this is the way for all! Furthermore, as you read the book by Stephen R. Kirkendall, you will get to learn more insights about the meaning of wealth, happiness, and love. What's more, is that this is an easy read and a short one. If you are curious about how to integrate Christ into your life, then this is the perfect opportunity to do so. I am highly recommending this book because all that I am doing and all the Christians in the world who are experiencing abundance and love in their life is coming out from full reverence to the Lord. So, if you want to learn more about that, check out this book and feel blessed afterward! Cheers!

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