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Rabbi Schneider - Try Taking out the Decimal Point


Rabbi Schneider - Try Taking out the Decimal Point
TOPICS: Rabbi Schneider: Devotions, Seeds of Revelation

Have you ever heard heavenly music in your sleep? That's happened to me maybe five times in my life. Or in my sleep, I heard music that's too wonderful to describe. I mean, it's music that is nothing like anything I've ever heard in this world. And I love music. I love music in this world. But the music that I've heard a few times in my sleep from the heavens is indescribable. Well, I heard some music one time in my sleep. I was in Zambia. And this particular time was different than the other times that I've heard heavy music. Because in Zambia, when I heard the heavenly music, there was words that were with the music. And the words that were with the music were "Love big. Take out the decimal point".

I say that to you, and I'm bridging it into the scripture in the book of 2 Corinthians 9:6, where Paul says, "He that gives bountifully shall reap a bountifully. He that gives sparingly shall reap sparingly". In this experience in Zambia, where I heard the heavenly music in my sleep, I heard the word "love big and take out the decimal point". And what I felt like the Lord was telling me was "love big, give big, live big". This is what Paul was saying. If you sow bountifully, you're going to reap bountifully. If you sow sparingly, you're going to reap sparingly.

So I want to call you today, beloved, to trust God. Live big. Love big. Give big. Expect big things from God. You're more than you think you are. And God wants us to step out of our comfort zone and live in His glory zone. He wants us to take risk. He wants us not to live in fear. He wants us not to be afraid to love people. He wants us not to shrink back and try to fit in with the crowd. He wants us to not live in fear. And because we live in fear, we don't sow our finances into the kingdom. No, He wants us to trust Him and to trust His Word that says, "He that sows bountifully will reap bountifully. He that sow sparingly will reap sparingly".
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