$45 Million

By Kimberly Taylor

What if a Publisher’s Clearinghouse representative told you that you had won a house worth $45 million? How would you react? Like the little boy in ‘Home Alone’? Do a holy dance?

You would probably dream about what it will be like living in such a house. You would think about how richly appointed the house must be to have a value of $45 million.

What if I told you that you already have in your possession a house worth $45 million? Look in the mirror. According to a Wired Magazine article, the human body is worth $45 million, if you consider value of your DNA, bone marrow, blood, and other components. You are probably familiar with 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, in which the bible says that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. What is a temple but a house of worship?

Not only is your body worth $45 million, but it has a feature that man-made houses do not have: your body has the miraculous ability to repair and rebuild itself. The quality of the repairing and rebuilding process depends mostly upon the foods you eat, the beverages you drink, and the movement you make.

Why not use the practice of good health habits this year as your way to praise God for giving you $45 million? Upgrade your diet by eating more fruits and vegetables. Move your body as He designed it to do by engaging in regular exercise.

Think of ways that you can give away your $45 million to others. You can give away a smile or a hug, perform an act of service with your hands, or use your mind to create a poem, invent a product, or start a business that will benefit your community and humanity at large.

You could start seeing other people as if they are worth $45 million and give them the love and respect that you’d give any other important person in your life.

The possibilities are endless. You were created for a purpose. You can operate in your purpose today by affirming your value with great health practices and by starting your own $45 million give-away program.

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Kimberly Taylor

About the author

Kimberly Taylor has a heart to encourage others struggling with emotional eating and weight loss. Once 240 pounds and a size 22 herself, she can testify of God’s goodness and healing power to overcome. She lost 85 pounds and have kept it off for over 18 years. Through the Take Back Your Temple Christian Weight Loss program, her goal is to inspire Christian women to live fit, healthy, and empowered in Christ.

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