Here’s to Rabah!

16 Jul

In Genesis 9:1 God uses the word “Rabah” when telling Noah to be fruitful and increase. Rabah means:


  • enlarge
  • excel
  • exceed
  • abundance
  • authority

I like to think of that instruction (which, by the way, still applies to us) as our ticket to

  • productivity
  • prosperity and
  • power filled living.

Join me and Andy Robbins on August 2 for a full-hour of training on Wealth-Building God’s Way. And, if you haven’t already, be sure to take the Success Principles Intensive Training so you can know for sure that you are walking in the fullness of all God created you to be, do and receive.

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3 Responses to “Here’s to Rabah!”

  1. Debra Ullrick July 17, 2012 at 6:56 PM #

    Hello Marnie. I saw your profile on Linkedin and was wondering if you are related to any Swedberg’s from Nebraska. My brother-in-law, who recently passed away, is Wayne Swedberg. His father was Morris.
    Thank you. Debra Ullrick

    • Marnie July 17, 2012 at 6:58 PM #

      Hi Debra,
      My husband’s grandfather was 1st generation American landing in Aurora, Nebraska. We’ve been there several times for family reunions, but don’t know of a Wayne. I sure have loved being part of the big Swedberg clan for the past 28 years! Marnie

      • Debra Ullrick July 27, 2012 at 9:07 PM #

        Hi Marnie. It’s interesting that your husband’s grandfather was from Nebraska as was my BIL’s family. They owned a farm in Craig, Nebraska. Thanks for taking the time to answer me, Marnie. God bless you and yours,
        Debra Ullrick

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