SPEAKING to his congregation in Harare, Bishop Tudor Bismarck of New Life Covenant Church outlines seven components that are important in the ‘richness’ of a person which he termed the “Seven Levels of Revenue”.
In his sermon titled “Breaking Limitations”, Bishop Bismarck outlines how Jesus Christ was able to break limitations through feeding five thousand people from five loaves of bread and two fish.
He outlines there are important components that a person should have which are levels of revenue.
“THERE ARE SEVEN LEVELS OF REVENUE AND ONCE YOU HAVE THESE THINGS THEN YOU WILL NOT NEED MONEY BECAUSE YOU WILL STILL GET IT,” BISHOP BISMARCK SAYS.
He adds, “The levels of revenue that you ought to have include Wisdom; Vision; Information and its application; Relationships so that God can work through them; Property; Money…”
Bishop Bismarck reveals these seven levels of revenue will make a person able to break the limitations.
Looking at the component of wisdom which has been regarded as the greatest one; by definition it is a state of being wise knowing what is wrong and right; then giving sound judgment that leads to personal success.
This is a topic that can enable many to break any forms of limitations, as echoed by Bishop Bismarck.
In the Biblical context one man who was known to be carrying high level of wisdom in the old testament was King Solomon who gave himself to the study of all the philosophies of men yet he was found uttering a statement that all is vanity.
It is his wisdom that made him rich not by trembling other people down but by knowing how to make use of all that he would find in his disposal which created a wonderful life for him and his subjects.
Nations are therefore lacking of this unique characteristic that can make someone admirable; men are thinking corruption as well as crookedness is what is called wisdom yet these do not last for long.