Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money

Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money

Daniel Lapin / Aug 25, 2019

Thou Shall Prosper Ten Commandments for Making Money Praise for THOU SHALL PROSPER Rabbi Daniel Lapin s wisdom has helped untold numbers of people including me grow in our business family and spiritual lives In Thou Shall Prosper Rabbi Lapin has do

  • Title: Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money
  • Author: Daniel Lapin
  • ISBN: 9780471710233
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • Praise for THOU SHALL PROSPER Rabbi Daniel Lapin s wisdom has helped untold numbers of people, including me, grow in our business, family, and spiritual lives In Thou Shall Prosper, Rabbi Lapin has done it again This book tells it like it is in a helpful, honest, hopeful, informative way He offers valid, useful information based on ancient wisdom and modern experience.Praise for THOU SHALL PROSPER Rabbi Daniel Lapin s wisdom has helped untold numbers of people, including me, grow in our business, family, and spiritual lives In Thou Shall Prosper, Rabbi Lapin has done it again This book tells it like it is in a helpful, honest, hopeful, informative way He offers valid, useful information based on ancient wisdom and modern experience Zig Ziglar, author and motivational teacher Is it practical to apply spiritual lessons to the hardheaded world of business In this potentially life changing book, Rabbi Daniel Lapin proves that it s impractical not to use those lessons and to bring ancient, timeless wisdom to contemporary problems This unique approach provides an organized, supremely useful view of the world, combining common sense and unexpected, even startling insight No matter how successful or sophisticated you may be, this remarkable work will enrich your understanding of the important, exciting process of building wealth Michael Medved, nationally syndicated radio host and author of Hollywood vs America Rabbi Daniel Lapin is a light unto the nations A risk taking rabbi of immense wisdom, his books have already influenced countless Jews and non Jews with the eternal truths of the Hebrew Bible Now, in this highly insightful and controversial new book, Rabbi Lapin unearths the golden nuggets of Jewish business genius By emphasizing the unique talents of the Jewish way of life, Rabbi Lapin demonstrates how Judaism s spiritual regimen can be translated into tangible material rewards, with the bottom line being directly affected A thoroughly engaging, enriching, and thought provoking book Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, author of Kosher Sex and Judaism for Everyone Rabbi Lapin is an unorthodox Orthodox rabbi He understands the Biblical nature of economic freedom as well as he understands the Bible uniquely well Prosperity must have a purpose and Rabbi Lapin explores the wellsprings of the Judeo Christian heritage to elucidate those purposes In so doing, he also illuminates the road to greater prosperity for all I really enjoyed this book and I heartily recommend it to people of all faiths The Honorable Jack Kemp

    Thou Shall Prosper Ten Commandments for Thou Shall Prosper Ten Commandments for Making Money Kindle edition by Daniel Lapin Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Thou Shall Prosper Ten Commandments for Making Money. In my distress I cried unto the LORD, Beloved, I wish Avery In my distress I cried unto the LORD, and He heard me Ps And it shall come to pass, that before they call, I will answer and while they are yet speaking, Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain KJV also You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God and variants is the third of God s Ten Commandments to man. It is a prohibition of blasphemy, specifically, the misuse or taking in vain of the name of the God of Israel, or using His name to commit evil Exodus reads The Large Catechism Book of Concord To link here use can go to a specific paragraph using The Ten Commandments The First Commandment Thou shalt have no Women of Unity Women of Unity Encouragement Scriptures Isaiah KJV King James Bible No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. The HOSS CAMPUS Home Second Forerunner Ezekiel And join them one to another into one stick and they shall become one in thine hand. Sermons and Outlines sermonnotebook David A Man After God s Own Heart Sermon Samuel THOU ART THE MAN Intro Samuel tells us about the darkest moment in the life of King David After being blessed by the Lord in many ways after reaching the pinnacle of success after leading his nation to peace, prosperity and power, David fell into deep, dark, despicable and disgusting sin. Psalm Psalm is the second psalm of the Book of Psalms, generally known in English by its first verse, in the King James Version, Why do the heathen rage.In Latin, it is known as Quare fremuerunt gentes.Psalm does not identify its author with a superscription Acts in the New Testament attributes it to David According to the Talmud, Psalm is a continuation of Psalm . HEALING FROM CURSES Healing From Curses healingofthespirit Because of disobedience God cursed the serpent Gen , cursed the woman I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee Gen this curse continues with the process of birth and continues with

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    1. In the spirit of the 8th habit review I posted in 2009, I am posting a super-thorough review of TSP piecemeal, as I am almost sure it will be too long to post in its entirety. Here is my synopsis of the first chapter:The First Commandment: Believe in the Dignity and Morality of Business“Making money is much harder to do if, deep down, you suspect it to be a morally reprehensible activity” (17).The idea that making money is an inherently noble act is a definitive characteristic of Judaism and [...]


    2. I heard about this on Dave Ramsey's national radio program when he interviewed Daniel Lapin. An amazing book that addresses some of our culture's misconceptions about finances and business. This isn't a book about getting rich, it's a book about how we think about money and doing business. The author provides a rich historical background on how perceptions of money and finances have developed over the centuries.Daniel Lapin's writing is not dry and boring. On the contrary, this book, while appea [...]


    3. Rabbi Daniel Lapin has written a book that I believe should be read by anyone who is in business, which means just about everyone! He tackles misconceptions such as it's okay to cold call people asking for donations to charity but to try and sell something door to door is much different. He explains if you believe in your product you should take the same pride in it if you are selling or soliciting for charity!Lapin challenges ten ideas that many people seem to hold. Such as money is bad. Money [...]


    4. Even though the title dissuaded me from reading the book, I was intrigued based on hearing Dave Ramsey talk about it on his radio show. I actually liked the the first couple of chapters quite a bit, and they helped me shift my thinking about money in a positive way. However, I kind of slogged through the middle chapters. I think it could have been written more concisely, but in general would recommend it and would otherwise have given it four stars.The chapter about why you should give money awa [...]


    5. Thou Shall Prosper came highly recommended by a friend. It was a huge disappointment. None of the advice in the book is wrong; it's just anodyne. Does anyone really need to be told that networking is good for business? Or that business, morally and properly conducted, is good for the world? Lapin's perspective as a Rabbi, is certainly interesting -- the best parts of the book are to be found in his stories about people he has known -- but the advice is nothing new. If you're incredibly neurotic [...]


    6. Clearly written and very interesting. Rabbi Lapin applies 10 spiritual principles to being prosperous. Although his overt purpose is to enhance one's business acumen, the principles apply to our personal life as well. His chapters on giving money to charity, never retiring, and believing in the dignity of business made me think about those topics in new ways and appreciate them even more. These principles apply to anyone who wants to live a moral life. You don't need to be Jewish to appreciate i [...]


    7. One of the best books I have ever read. I would even put it in my number one spot, next to the bible. I would recommend this book to any one. It will change your concept of work business and money, something that our society sorely needs.


    8. What an amazing book! I wish I had read this years ago, and that all my friends could read it now! The book basically sets out to describe the principles and habits which make Jewish people so good at business, and it does a mighty fine job. As a Christian, many of the lessons sounded familiar, and yet I found the approach totally refreshing. Whereas I had been conditioned to think of business and the whole area of making money as somewhat distasteful, Rabbi Daniel Lapin explains that it is an e [...]


    9. Do not let the subtitle fool you, how to make money is a secondary purpose of this book. Actually Rabbi Lapin describes how if 'making money' is secondary to your purpose then wealth will occur more so than if it is your main objective. Written from the Jewish perspective on life and business, Thou Shall Prosper has taught me a great deal more than simply making money. The chapters on leadership and charity giving are extraordinary and uplifting in particular. The explanation of Hebrew texts exp [...]


    10. Very good book. Rabbi Daniel Lapin effectively shares solid principles for building wealth through serving others. The book reading was very slow because of the type and content. Therefore, I ordered the audiobook and listened to the 17 hours of content. The content was good, but he elaborated much on some topics and I lost track of the initial purpose or chapter name. Here are just some of the principles I learned from the book:- Business is about serving others well - Getting paid for a job me [...]


    11. Firstly if you are not of a Judeo-Christian world view then this book will be very difficult for you to read. However it is simply the best book in its class that i have ever read. I have always struggled with a desire for wealth, and have run my own business for almost a decade. I struggle even more with the jarring reality that i am indeed creating wealth and not exploiting others. This book lays it out concisely and clearly, something which no other book i have read on the topic to date has e [...]


    12. I would recommend this book to anyone! The concepts in the book might be old and well-known to the Jewish people, but I think there are secret gems of wisdom for non-Jews. I found a few of the concepts revolutionary to my way of thinking in everyday life. For example, I now look at other people's wealth as a measurement of how much they have blessed other people. It's a beautiful and moral way of viewing money. I love Rabbi Lapin and now consider him my rabbi.


    13. This had some very good pearls of wisdom and helped me shift some of my paradigms a bit (for example, away from thinking of business as evil). It was a bit dry, however, and probably would have stayed on my currently-reading list for a long time had it not had holds on it at the library. It also gave me information that piqued my curiosity of the Jewish people in general, so a plus there.


    14. This book covers ten commandments that all business entrepreneurs should know of if they are to succeed in business.


    15. Better than OK, but not amazing. Too political, too Ayn Rand-ish.I believe that hard work is a necessary ingredient for success, but it's not sufficient. A whole lot more is also necessary. Without hard work, you fail. No question. That said, all the hard work in the world won't make you "prosper" in the lucre sense. You need great ideas, connections, and some grace, luck, or more along the way. Furthermore, if your family/cultural environment is not attuned to the value of work, education, self [...]


    16. Really good book about the nature of business, and how it's been intertwined with Judaism since the beginning of time. The author, Rabbi Daniel Lapin, is an excellent writer who frequently includes tales of the Bible to teach his readers about business. Often felt like he was talking to me in person because of the many anecdotes and stories used throughout each Commandment. There's also just as much research into modern business, with plenty of excellent references. Minus one star for grammatica [...]


    17. I enjoyed this book. Many of the concepts shared are good, common sense, back-to-basics, solid, ethical, moral ways to live your life and conduct business, which I agree with. I'm not Jewish but found the explanations and references to how the Jewish religion teaches about business and the handling of money to be interesting. If you're looking to lay the foundation or validate core principles regarding money such as, do good work, care about others, be fair, honest and kind in your dealings in b [...]


    18. Excellent ReadOwn a business? Thinking of starting a business? Or, are you planning on working at some point in your life? If so, read this book! The first quarter of the book is worth the price and the concepts therein should be taught and affirmed in every learning institution. Useful business advice aside, I also appreciated the exposure to the traditional Jewish treatment of scripture and the application of oral tradition to societal issues of the day.


    19. The primary premise of this book is that making money is moral. Filled with stories and illustrations from his many years as a Jewish rabbi, Lapin makes a strong case for the morality of business and making money while showing his readers how they can tap into these principles. I very much enjoyed the read and will keep it in my library for continued reference and reminders on what I need to do to take my money-making activities to the next level.


    20. This book provided a great perspective on work, economics, and wealth. It runs counter to many of the false claims so common in our culture. I particularly liked the last chapter on the myths of retirement. Overall this book has provided me with a much healthier insight into our free capitalistic society and the way individuals should see their own, growing opportunities within it.


    21. Very well written and interesting, building wealth through serving others. The more service you offer others, the more wealth you will earn. The portions dealing with Jewish history grabbed me the most. Most of the topics in this book I already knew, but his insight into those topics helped me see them in a new light and think about them at a deeper level.


    22. Tämä oli ehdottomasti paras bisnes kirja, mitä olen lukenut.Osaa ”Kymmenestä käskystä” olen toteuttanut ihan tajuamattanikin. Kirja laajensi kyllä meikäläisen ajatusmallia monella tasolla. Ehdoton must read jokaiselle yrittäjälle ja bisnes ihmiselle.


    23. Opened my perspective to the orthodox Jewish perspective though I don't think it represents all. This is the book that helps boost viewpoints and attitudes toward business, work ethics, and wealth. It might have a lot of religious opinions but the other parts are real good.


    24. Well written book on financial principles from the Jewish and Christian standpoint. Each chapter gives a command that will bring financial fruit and prosperity. Written by a rabbi Who gives principles that have kept Jews prosperous from the Torah teachings to the modern practises of Jews today.








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