The Lord God Almighty has decreed that anyone who desires to assist in building the kingdom of God must be ready to sacrifice their egos. They must be ready and willing to say to themselves, "I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by the power of the Holy Spirit of God who created me in the womb of the earth, laid me on the sands of time, and set my feet on solid ground through faith in the power of God who raised Christ from the dead." They also must be willing to sacrifice their finances in support of the kingdom of God. If you are willing to write a $500,000 check to a charitable entity that does nothing for you, yet look askance at the idea of writing a $50,000 check in support of the kingdom of God, then your priorities need to be reordered.
Most importantly, if a request for a $5,000 donation to support basic operational expenses in the kingdom of God causes you to wring your hands in dismay at the loss to your portfolio, you definitely need to have your priorities reordered. God's kingdom is like any other governmental operation. It exists in a physical world and has physical demands placed on it. It also is not unlike a church which, though spiritual in focus, has a multitude of physical demands that require cash, and cash contributions. Many churches are simple corporate entities, just like Rebekah Isaac Incorporated, while others (mostly denominational churches) are 501(c)(3) non-profit entities. If you are willing to tithe 10% of your income to a church that is a simple corporate entity that does not believe God exists, does not believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and has said absolutely nothing to you about how to be sealed with the Holy Spirit Of God and raptured into the kingdom of God, then shouldn't you also be willing to tithe 10% to Rebekah Isaac Incorporated, an entity that has led 2.8 million people into the kingdom of God?
When the outer door to God's kingdom closes, it will create a magnetic pull against the earth's gravitational force. If you are not solidly in the kingdom of God, gravity will cause you to be sucked out of the kingdom and back into your earthly endeavors. You will lose your seal, the Holy Spirit of God, as well as your human spirit. If you lose your human spirit, you can pray and ask God to restore your spirit and to again give you his Holy Spirit, however, you will not be able to be resealed. You will know that you have lost your spirit if you have no light after the kingdom door has closed. If you cannot see in the realm of the spirit, you should ask the ether in your body whether the Holy Spirit is present. Ask the question in the language of the spirit by listening to your heart and speaking one sound at a time, then listen to the response from your heart.
Those who do not pray to ask God to restore their human spirit should know that the human body cannot survive without a human spirit. The human body functions by virtue of the spirit, so if the spirit leaves, the body will begin to disintegrate, the organs will begin to rot, and eventually the person will pass away, usually within six to eight weeks. Thus, if you have no light after the kingdom door has closed, it is imperative that you ask God to restore your human spirit and to give you his Holy Spirit for protection. It is not the ideal situation, but it is better than the alternative. The idea of anyone walking around with rotted organs may seem unreal, but that is not unlike the condition that is described in Zechariah 14:12-17. The Lord God Almighty so decrees.
The Lord God Almighty, El Shaddai, the God of all creation.