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A New Perspective 01

This lesson provides an overview of the concepts uncovered in the Increase Cycle Study. Within this lesson, we delve into the fundamentals of money and explore the reasons behind the extensive reference (+2350 vs.) on money and finances in the Bible.

We answer the question of 'why the Creator of the universe, who possesses abundant resources and wealth, would call upon us to give?'. This lesson presents a challenge to participants: it encourages them to transform their perspective on Money, Giving, Faith, and all facets of living a financial life that glorifies God.

1 Tim 6:17-19; ....So that they may take hold of the life that is truly life. (NIV)

The Increase Cycle Study


Breaking the Drift 02

The aim of this lesson is to awaken the participants' awareness and sensitivity to the process of drifting. The act of drifting, occurs in the course of our routine daily lives, gradually desensitizes us to our own sin. This desensitization paves the way for apathy, greed, and a self-centered mindset to subtly infiltrate our thought patterns.

This lesson outlines a method for breaking free from the cycle of drifting. It sheds light on our concealed sinful nature that becomes obscured amidst the demands of our daily grind.

Prayer Exercise: [God] Show me what In Me  (pride, greed, self indulgence) keeps You from blessing me.

Then, Watch. Listen. Change.

Giving Exercise #1

James 1:11...In the same way, the rich will fade away even while they go about their business. (NIV)

The Increase Cycle 03

In this lesson, participants develop an understanding of the amplified impact of God's spirit on our lives. This heightened influence enables us to embrace the purpose He has designed for us. By deliberately confronting the challenge of relinquishing control over our expectations, securities, and self-provision, we gain the ability to perceive life from a fresh vantage point.

This lesson serves to aid participants in experiencing the process of an increasing influence of God's spirit in their lives.

Prayer Exercise: [God] Show me how     I can be a better manager of the resources you have given me.

Then, Watch. Listen. Change.


Giving Exercise #2

Proverbs 11:25; , A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed  (NIV)

Embracing The Blessing 04

The objective of this lesson is to show the Biblical promises that await individuals who align their behavior with God's intended use of and behavior with money. 

This lesson helps give permission to enjoy the blessing (Time/Relationships/Finances) God has given you in proportion to the trust you are placing in Him. 

Prayer Exercise: [God] Show me how I can love the people around me the way that they need to be loved.

Then, Watch. Listen. Change.


Giving Exercise #3

Luke 6:38; Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. (NIV)

The Great Gain 05

In Lesson 5, participants will discover the source of contentment and how to integrate it with Godliness. This session places emphasis on effecting a transformation in our thinking process (renewing of our minds), to complement the prior sections that addressed physical and financial changes.

Prayer Exercise: [God] Show me how I can leave the Gap and Live on the Gain.

Then, Watch. Listen. Change.


Giving Exercise #4

Timothy 6:6-7; But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. (NIV)

Closing the Book 06

The aim of this lesson is to provide a recap of the overarching theme and essential points covered in the preceding lessons. Additionally, this lesson offers narratives, guidance, and experiences drawn from the insights gained throughout our journey thus far.

This lesson serves as a 'bookend' to the Increase Cycle series, prompting participants to wholeheartedly embrace their individual journeys on the Increase Cycle. This involves nurturing a deepened devotion to our great commission


Love God and Love People.

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