A discussion erupted over on Google+ that lead one of the commenters to remark
All wealth is derived from the land, which is why all taxes which are not use taxes should be property taxes.
Being unable to convince the author of this comment that his statement is bunk, that if indeed “all wealth is derived from the land” then we’d still be in the stone age, I here present proof that all wealth does not “originate from the land”. In fact, very little wealth does “originate from the land”.
When the published offered me the chance to review this book, I jumped at the opportunity.
I had read a number of Pastor Hagee’s books regarding end times prophecy, and was expecting this book to be another in that vein. I was surprised to find that the book was actually a teaching book describing the blessings available to God’s people if they would be proclaim them over one another.
This has been a tough year emotionally for us as a family. I lost my sister at the beginning of March, she was only 37 and the youngest of my siblings. Far too young to succumb to the pressures of life, I thought at the time.
Earlier this week we almost lost my older son, our middle child. He’s battling anxiety, depression, and an uncanny knack for being in the wrong place, at the wrong time, and getting caught.
Welcome to my blog.
I promise to help you become a person of #empact, but you’re the one that has to make the decision.
And once you’ve made the decision, you are the one who has to put in the work to make it happen.
And once you’ve started putting in the work, persist until success.
And while you persist, don’t forget to try, fail, and adjust!