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The Biblical Money Code
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About The Biblical Money Code

The Biblical Money Code is a new investment informational program available from Sean Hyman and internet newsletter publisher Newsmax, who is described as an investment expert and former minister.

According to Hyman in the hour long presentation available on the website, there is a Biblical code which can be used to unlock “vast amounts of wealth,” safely and effectively. He says this system has been used by people throughout history to make money “morally.”

He does address the belief that the Bible says “money is the root of all evil,” and clarifies that the actual verse is that the “love of money is the root of all evil.” Money itself is only evil when you come to it through evil means or use it to do evil things.

The code that he has taken from the Bible to make money, however, will help guide you to make money in a “good” way. Specifically the “ancient Biblical principle” that he wants you to use is the verse which says that you should “look well into investing.”

But looking “well into investing” is actually very difficult, according to The Biblical Money Code. It takes lots of serious effort and many hours to do the necessary research to look into an investment opportunity.

Sean Hyman’s investment newsletter, The Ultimate Wealth Report, is available from Newsmax, the same company which hosts reports by Robert Wiedemer and The Aftershock Awakening.

He claims that his newsletter gives you the blueprint you will need to assess stocks quickly and make profits right away, without having to do all the hard work of researching on your own.

In addition, he describes his investment program as being “simple, quick to implement, and fun.” He also claims that his system is incredibly effective, and has turned his father’s $40,000 retirement fund into $396,000.

People who are interested in subscribing to The Ultimate Wealth Report can do so for a discounted rate of $47 for a full year’s subscription.

If you have any experience with this program, please leave your Biblical Money Code reviews below.

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Look at it honestly ...

Reviewed By Larry C on December 26, 2013

No I haven't tried it. Look at it honestly though. They say it is not a get rich quick scheme yet his examples are extremes "...making $15,000 a year to now giving away up to $50,000 per year. He used it to help his father turn his $40,000 retirement into $396,000. And he used this system to help one person turn $2,000 into a $10,000 account in about a year." -- making enough to give away annually over 300% more than you use to make, increase retirement fund by 990%, and a one year return of 500%. These cannot be the normal rates of return but are thrown out as if they are. The advertisement is just like any other gimmick. And like most of these, the money is made from the 57,000 people who pay $47. That alone is almost $2.7 million dollars. The emotional tug of turning little to much is how this wealth is made. If he was really serious about being a philanthropist, he could make a website and publish his reports for free. I am not saying he should because knowledge is money and anyone who has it does have a right to make money off it. I just think the process is not completely honest, pastor or no pastor behind the words. At the very least, publish one volume from a few years back so people can look well into the matter.

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This is deceiving

Reviewed By Truth Lover on December 25, 2013

Jesus asks us to give to the poor of our money but he NEVER asks us to MAKE money to give it to the poor. He does not need our money, he needs our love, as in the following passage: "Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury. Many rich people threw in large amounts. But a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents. Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others. They all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything—all she had to live on.” (Mark 12: 41-44)

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Kimberly Boldt
January 02, 2014

What about the parable of the talents? The idea that Jesus wants us to be poor or give the poor all of our money is simply not true. Jesus only told one rich man to do this because Jesus wanted this man to be his disciple, to follow him. Jesus even said, "he almost has it". The man was already giving a 1/3rd of his increase to the poor.

Yes, giving is a good thing, don't get me wrong. But it is the LOVE of money that is the root of all evil, not money itself. Money is simply a means of exchange. It's what you do with it that's important.

The reality today is we need money to live. It's how we are required to pay out debts. It's how we buy food, housing, transportation, etc. All the necessities by today's standards. Wealth was meant to be passed down from generation to generation. Why? Because it helps the economy. Instead, today we have government stealing everything we have including our inheritances. God's people are supposed to reap a harvest and live in a land flowing with milk and honey, the true wealth of the day. God's people were to acquire as a blessing "true wealth" which is land, food, water, etc. That does not mean we hoard it, but that when we are increased in our wealth we help others with that money.

Poor people can't help the poor. Only the wealthy can do that.

January 10, 2014

As Christians, God does not want us to spend our life making money for the poor, but instead, he wants us to work first for his kingdom and his righteousness, and he will take care of the rest, as Jesus says: "seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." (Matthew 6: 33)

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What Language was the code found in?

Reviewed By Jonathan D. Miller on December 19, 2013, North Port, Florida

I have not been to the site just heard the add on the radio. Just wondering if he found the code in Hebrew and Greek. Or was it Latin or English. Would be odd to find an ancient code in Latin or English wouldn't think that a code would translate. That would mean he'd have to be a Hebrew/Greek scholar to find a "code" in the books of the bible.

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Deceiving - this is against the bible

Reviewed By Truth Lover on December 8, 2013

Jesus of Nazareth says: "Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." (Matthew 6: 19-21)

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Jeanwulf
December 09, 2013

He also told us to give to the poor, which sean is doing

Truth Lover
December 25, 2013

Jesus asks us to give to the poor of our money but he NEVER asks us to MAKE money to give it to the poor. He does not need our money, he needs our love, as in the following passage: "Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury. Many rich people threw in large amounts. But a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents. Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others. They all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything—all she had to live on.” (Mark 12: 41-44)

Jason Lindsey
December 29, 2013

I find your comment about making money and giving to the poor contradictory at best. How exactly are we to "give to the poor" if we don't have any money to give? And how are we supposed to the get the money to give to the poor if we don't MAKE it? Do you just simply WISH it into being??? If I hold my wallet in my hand and squeeze really hard and wish that the money inside would mysteriously multiply, will it??? Unfortunately, the answer is NO!!! Money has to be generated from SOMEWHERE in order to be able to give it to those who are in need. I do agree with you on one point that you made, He (being Jesus) does not need our money, but guess what, the poor do. You can't feed the hungry with hugs!!! You can't clothe people with smiles. These things take money to provide, not heartfelt sentiment. And how is the money generated? It is earned, it is MADE. And since you are fond of quoting scripture, let's look at the parable of the talents. In this parable, the one servant that hid his talent and made nothing was the one who's talent was taken away and given to the servant who did the most with his talent. The servant who did nothing, who MADE nor EARNED nothing, was cast from their presence. So, what does this parable say to you about MAKING money, earning a return on your investment? And, if you do your research (which I have) you will not be able to find a single passage where Jesus condemns someone for being wealthy...you will find passages where he speaks to HOW money was obtained, peoples motives for making money, making money in unethical ways, immoral ways, evil ways, the LOVE of money being the root of all kinds of evil. He NEVER said that making money was wrong, He NEVER said making a lot of money was wrong. I have never been able to figure out why so many Christians are opposed to having things, to living an abundant life. Jesus NEVER said that we, as Christians, had to live a meager existence. When it comes to having THINGS, you have to ask yourself this question...Do you have your things or your things have you? If your motivation for making money is get the newest gadget or pimp out your house, then your compass is out of whack. You may have heard of Zig Ziglar (if not, look him up, you'll be glad you did)...he made this comment... "Money is not the most important thing in life, but it is reasonably close to oxygen. When you need it, not much else will substitute for it." I'm all for a system like Sean's that shows us how to make more money. It's what you do with that money that makes all the difference!!!

January 08, 2014

Nice comment

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foremost foundation in investing

Reviewed By Kassie Palm on November 23, 2013, Chicago, Illinois

Being novice in investing, I'd say there's no harm in trying or whatever i may gain from Mr. Hyman in the amount of $47.00 (rather than waste into a "hit and miss" investing), I would rather welcome his guidance by using a fraction at first then move forward later that if Mr. Hyman proves his formula is right.
There is one thing that I appreciated from him though (t'was my mom's secret also) "Pray for blessings before you invest and don't forget to share your blessings to others"- a tenfold or a hundredfold blessings will come your way, "biblical" in the sense that God will surely reward you in abundance.
For Mr. Hyman, more power to you!

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Frank from San Diego
November 26, 2013

Because God, the all powerful and omniscient God, said that investing on Wall Street, if done "ethically", will be blessed by him? Are you high?

Nicholas Lazaros
November 27, 2013

There is no Biblical money code. The only promise of "returns" in the scripture are based on one's core generosity toward others. And frankly why would I trust a guy who claims ministerial credentials and doesn't understand that the "love of money is the root of all evil" quote says nothing of the sort. Firstly, if one has half a brain one has to understand that the "love of money is the root of all evil" mantra CANNOT possibly be true. Empirically it CANNOT be true. The original text says "the love of money is A root of all evil" not "THE" root. The tree of evil has many roots and one of them is the love of money. The money code is nonsense in my opinion.

No Nonsense
December 01, 2013

Not here looking for a theology lesson. Did you try the product? If not stop wasting time. You sound more like a self-righteous pharisee than someone able to give an honest, factual review of the ACTUAL PRODUCT!!!!

December 09, 2013

Sean explained what the verse actually meant, the "love" in question was Greek, synymous with "Greed"

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