By

Lindsay Clarke
The final law of nature in this series, law eleven is ’The harvest always takes time.’
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What I mean is the old age claim of many believers that they will be more generous when they have money is actually not true. Because we give according to a measure which is related to our giving capacity which actually has nothing to do with money it is all to do with heart.
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The ninth law of nature is ‘The seed multiplies’ which is an exciting prospect when you consider it because it doesn't multiply based on our work but because of His grace
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Our fourth law of nature is ‘The seed must be planted in the ground’. When a farmer plants seed in the ground he trusts that the quality of the seed and the soil will produce a bountiful harvest. It a type of natural faith and so the farmer doesn’t then go back to that field...
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The most amazing aspect of walking in Gods immense provision is understanding that God actually provides the seed for us to sow!
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In the first two blog episodes about creating your new financial reality I want to create a foundation for us to build on. Firstly it is part of Gods nature to bless. Another way we could put that is to say its natural for God to bless which in turn means that we, His children...
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Another year has passed at Metamorphic as it has for everyone else! As I reflect on 2013 I am amazed at the success we have had. God has been forever faithful and gracious and our Metamorphic Global team have excelled. This was the year that we launched Metamorphic 2.0 with a bold plan to create...
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CREATING AN ECOSYSTEM OF INNOVATION In this final installment on innovation I will look at how we at Metamorphic are developing an eco system of innovation.The Silicon Valley experience has been revolutionary for both me personally and for our organisation, Metamorphic. As a result of this experience we are committed to limitless innovation, creating intersections...
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MONETISING INNOVATION On a recent visit I found one of the most interesting components of the Silicon Valley was observing innovative companies scrambling to monetise their offerings. I observed a range of different strategies in regard to how to go to market, with many innovators dreaming of one day being bought out by a global...
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SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION In a recent trip to Stanford University and taking the time to examine the Silicon Valley as a whole, I kept asking myself and industry executives that I met the question: “Is innovation at this level sustainable?” I got a resounding “yes” from most quarters but with no particular reasoning or methodology! So...
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