1 John 5:15. At the core of the “Name It and Claim It” theology is our faith in God and his promises. It is knowing that by asking God for what he has promised, we will receive the promises that we desire of him.
Ephesians 4:1. No matter if we are a small business owner or a factory worker, God has a calling on our life. What is key is that we seek God for our calling in our life, and then excel in it (Ephesians 4:1 - "I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that ye walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called").
Habakkuk 2:2. As the Bible tells us in all aspects of life, businesses must also have a stated vision (a purpose; an understanding), for its existence. From a Biblical perspective, a business vision must line up with the Word of God.
Luke 12:48. The Bible tells us that for those of us that are blessed, much is required. This applies to our financial blessings, our spiritual blessings, and the blessings of wisdom that God has bestowed unto us. Luke 12:48 says, “But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes.
Psalm 37:4. The Bible tells us that if we delight in the Lord, it follows that God will make us prosper and fulfill the desires of our heart (Psalm 37:4, “Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.”). Delight in the Lord is having a true love of God. We love him always because he is God.
Philippians 4:16. Another purpose of giving of your tithes and offerings is to support evangelism and outreach outside of the church. Christian evangelism In its strictest sense is “the winning or revival of personal commitments to Christ“.
Acts 2:37. A passion for Jesus only overtakes us when we have an extraordinary encounter with Him. Jesus and His resurrection must be experience to be believed. A passion for Jesus only occurs when He touches our heart and pierces it with His truth, His goodness, His love, and His grace.
Genesis 2:15. The purpose of a consumer society is to maximize consumption. From God's perspective, a consumer society has completely corrupted God's purpose in how resources are to be used by mankind.
Luke 12:20. To understand the definition of values you need to have some examples of values. The parable of the rich fool in Luke 12 provides excellent examples of values. Basically, a value is a thing that someone values. The object of a value can range from material things to spiritual things. Material things include such things as food, money, cars, and houses to name a few.
2 Corinthians 6:4. Christians need patience to minister to people. Patience is needed both to make sure we do not offend anyone when ministering and to assure that we set a good Christian example. Ministry today can be a test of endurance just as it was in the days of the Apostle Paul.