Sean Hyman, a former pastor and financial expert who regularly appears on CNBC, Fox Business, and CNBC, recently released a controversial video revealing his “Biblical Money Code
In the video, Hyman uses the teachings of King Solomon, Jesus of Nazareth, and the Apostle Paul to show how anyone can get out of debt, make sound investments, and morally build substantial wealth.
As the unique video spreads virally, the mix of religion and prosperity is also fueling a lot of heated discussions.
“Do not fall for those who preach earthly prosperity to you,” warned Reverend Anthony Wade on a Christian forum site after watching the video, “We do not preach for personal profit!”
However, tens of thousands are taking side with Sean’s Biblical Money Code.
“The presentation shows how [Sean Hyman] applied ancient biblical principles and radically changed his own life and helped do the same for others,” explains Donna Sunblad of the Examiner.
“He attributes the ‘Biblical Money Code’ found in Scripture for taking him from making only $15,000 a year to now being able to give away up to $50,000 a year. He doesn't share that to brag, but to show that it is possible to change your financial status and to be a blessing to others.”
Hyman also credits this code for helping him turn his father’s $40,000 retirement account into $396,000.
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Newsmax Media, the creators of the video with Sean Hyman, estimates that it has been seen over a million times since its release.
The publisher, Aaron DeHoog, stated, “We knew it would cause a stir, but nothing like this. Several media partners have banned us from airing the video on their network simply because of the biblical reference.”
DeHoog even admitted that he was hesitant to release the video. However, Hyman’s authentic faith is what won him over. “When you sit down with Sean and talk with him, you quickly realize his faith is authentic and his message is powerful. Plus, his system for investing has worked.”
The key, according to Hyman, is that people shouldn’t let money become a god in their lives. They need to be able to ‘unlove’ money by blessing others with what they have been given.
Indeed, Hyman’s presentation begins with scripture when he states, “Many people misquote the Bible when they say ‘money is the root of all evil.’ In his letter to Timothy, the Apostle Paul actually says ‘the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.’ That’s a HUGE difference in meaning . . . and the implications are immense.”
At the end of the presentation, Sean reveals his “12-12-12 plan for investing.” This is a simple step-by-step plan anyone can use to go from being a saver, to an investor, to a philanthropist.
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