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Kingfisher´s Prinziples – part iV

In March 2010, our Indian Pastors,

Anand Chakravarthi and his family

invited more than 120 new believers

to Jesus Christ and accept HIM

as their saviour!

We are really glad, that our

Brothers in the Indian Mission Fields

for more than one decade see soo

much fruit coming from their service.

We support the vision and enjoy their testimony!


And we find, that Fishers of Men,

like JESUS called, according to our teaching series

will be more effective, when choosing

the rules of a modern, media mission outreach.

There are today often the same problems:

– lack of financial support

– suboptimal use of media

– slow developement in the ³S criteria:




The „three – S“ formula was used


in the 1950ies.

Our first MISSION in 1990  in INDIA,


John Chacko accepted these rules and

very soon, many new churches have been born.


When we started as Bishop of ROSARY Ministries International

in 2009, we could found on our academical degree as Second Bachelor

of Arts in Religious Education, as well as on our two decades of

Church building (Hardt(MG),Bonn, Berlin,Bitz)

and our authority as European Mission Leader

with CfaN (Reinhard Bonnke).


Our home base church

is the

Order of The Most Holy ROSARY,

settled in

Portland, Ohio, USA.

ROSARY is our family name (German=ROSENKRANZ),

and it is involved in

1000 years of Prayer according to the

arch-katholic Domenican Fathers (Vatican LAW).


When Pastor Anand Chakravarthi asked me,

if he and his team may „Go under my roof“-

i surely said „YES“.

So inauguration of RMI in 9-11-9 started.


KFP will help to overlook as Bishop and Reverend

and give some new ideas and knowledge to

help to help Yourself and others..

… and it is a blessing to bless Yourself and others..

and a support to help yourself

to be supported and to support others!


Plese hold on to stay in this teaching!

Have a good time!

KFP cash-fish

„JESUS“ – sitting at the beach

preparing and eating  while the disciples

are still earning fish.

How can HE???

Let THEM work and HE is just resting???


HE has just catched the fish, HE is grilling!

Should Peter and the other followers just sit with JESUS

and eating the fish, HE catched? – No!

THEY had to get in the cash-fish,

like JESUS told them to do!


So, please, first get the nets in,

then: count the fish (the money).

then relax and have HOLY SUPPER with the LORD.

Easy message, isn´t it?


So, this is the help:

– we may send You the original CD/DVD

with the FISHER Command-C BAIC CODE


But this is even a challenge.

If U did not do like the KFP teachings

and U did not earn money from Internet,

You do not need to count, right??

So once more:

RMI has prepared the nets for YOU.

We may give u 52 (and in success another 101)

templates to design ur websites,

to earn money from it.

You just have to sign up at .

Pls make sure, U evenso are on RMI

autoresponder, we invited You,

so You will get up to date message.


Remember- RMI INDIA

has been founded in 9-11-09-

we started SHTP´s to buzild up

self-maintaining houeseholds.

RMI is Self-organized:

7 founding pastors are executive board members

and decide, what to do and what not to do.


PAstor Anand told us, that in March 2010

through his ministry more than 100 (!)

new followers of JESUS came into RMI services.


BUT: like Reverend Sam Dasari explained,

many young high-educated christians

are still unemployed.

We talked with many of them, on our

last mission tour in Nov. 2009 and

prayed for them.

Some – most female RMI members

are starting the ROSARY Perfume

and Salvation Oil Production.

We need more Internet-Specialists

= Media Missionaries , to combine

the very good results of direct

face-to-face- evangelization

with the Global Opportunity of

Virtual Reality.


Next lessons we show how campaigns

of email autoresponder- messages

help to bring in cash-fish.

We do this like SHTP´s:

EARN and learn!

We are going to send

our ebook:


(written in german) both in weblog

and in campaign – mails

(in short abstract in english).

Everyone (not only RMI – members)

can get :

– absolutely free access to our ebook secrets,

can choose:

whether or not to sign up for

and to get the webdesign templates as user and reseller

(RMI-Memebrs get free Reseller rights! worth 149 €,

that is about 10.000 Rupees!)


Is this a fair deal???


Doing signs and wonders

helping his followers to get cash-fish,

revealing the will of HIS father

teaching them the bible-

showing You the reality

of Prayer and Work.


God bless U!


Uwe A.E.Rosenkranz

KFP extention


Extention: In a review of the KFP

we learn some more rules of

how Mission works today.

The gospel of JOHN (14ff) teaches us,

that JESUS has been sitting on the beach

perparing the fish barbeque,


PETER jumped out of the boat

and came to the shore.

In that special moment,

the disciples realized, that

it is JESUS himself.


In our RMI Ministries

very good things happen.

Pastor Anand Chakravarthi writes about

more than 100 new christians

and some healings in his conventions.

We see, taht Pastor Samuel Paul Dasari

starts SHTC s.

The main strategy is to let the KINGDOM

of GOD grow according to the S³ formula.

Self- governed

self- maintaining

self- multiplying.

Praise the LORD!

We see this happen right now!


Media Missionary

Pastor Sam Dasari, founding member of RMI India is praying the ROSARY since November 2009.

He has got a vision and lifestile to start Self Helping Training Programms to teach how to build up selfemployment manufacture.

This is a milestone in our RMI developement.

As ROSARY RIDGEBED ROUNDABOUT in Germany, plantages with this culture shall be funded. As a first fruit, Oils, perfumes, soaps, make-up is created for self-use and for selling.

Skills and Prudence (see former article) are trained to help our members to help themselfes.


Congratulations for this awsome, awsome blessed destination!

Praise the LORD!

KING´s Principles – Prudence

The Rosary Light & Life – Vol 63, No 2, March-April 2010

Theology for the Laity

The Moral Virtues: I

By Father Reginald Martin, O.P.A New Beginning: the Moral Virtues

       With this issue of Light and Life we turn from the theological virtues, which govern our relations with God, to the moral virtues, which are the good habits that guide the will, primarily in our relations with others and the created world. They enable us to know what to do – and teach us how to do it – and give us practical assistance as we strive to do what is right, and strive to do it well.

Virtue: Doing Good and Doing Well

       The notion of doing something well is important to our study of the virtues, because doing well means making good choices, even when faced with a multitude of options. In the Old Testament, the Book of Proverbs continually contrasts the actions and fate of the wise and foolish,

    The simpleton believes everything,
       But the shrewd man measures his steps.
    The wise man is cautious and shuns evil;
       The fool is reckless and sure of himself.
    The quick-tempered man makes a fool of himself,
       But the prudent man is at peace
    (Prov. 15:15-17).

Virtue as Caution

       What separates the wise from the foolish is the wise man’s care, the caution with which he judges his options and chooses actions that avoid extremes. Our faith calls this practical ability Prudence, which the Catechism defines as „the virtue that disposes practical reason to discern our true good in every circumstance and to choose the right means of achieving it“ (1806).

       „Practical“ reason is the human capacity by which we choose the paths that will lead us to a particular goal. It is less concerned with theoretical knowledge than with the here-and-now realities we must deal with in our everyday lives. To be sure, this requires some knowledge of general principles, but the goal of Prudence is action – specifically, making proper choices. St. Thomas Aquinas quotes Aristotle, saying Prudence is „right reason applied to action“ (II-II, 47:2), but St. Augustine defines it simply as „the knowledge of what to seek and what to avoid.“

Prudence: More than Practical Knowledge

       As we look at these definitions, Prudence, in many ways, seems to be no more than common sense. What distinguishes Prudence from „street smarts“ is what it shares with every other virtue, the capacity to incline its possessor to make proper choices toward the attainment of good (c.f. II-II, 47:4). Our goal as Christians is to share everlasting life with God. Prudence helps us achieve this goal by enabling us to apply to concrete situations whatever speculative knowledge we may possess. This sounds fairly simple, but making a prudent choice is actually a complex and sophisticated process. It begins with learning whatever we can about the matter at hand and making a judgment about what we have learned. Only then are we equipped to make a prudent choice.

Prudence: Perfected through Practice

       We have said that virtues are „firm attitudes, stable dispositions, habitual perfections of intellect and will that guide our conduct“ (CCC 1803). Obviously, Prudence is something that develops with practice; it builds on what we heave learned through earlier experience. Aristotle taught, „…virtue is both originated and fostered by teaching; it therefore demands experience and time.“ Although it may be difficult at first, Prudence becomes easier as we incorporate what we have learned into the mental processes by which we make our choices. Any act – good or bad – becomes habitual, or „second nature,“ through repeated practice. The value of the good habits we call virtues is their capacity to „…make possible ease, self-mastery, and joy in leading a morally good life“ (Ibid.).

The Inevitability of Choice

       If we look at our lives, we see that we are called to make good choices in many different situations. These include our families, our jobs, and even our political lives. Prudence concerns itself with our choices, so we can find as many different types of Prudence as we have choices to make. What distinguishes them is whether the choice affects our dealing with ourselves, those who are close to us, or the choices we must make for the common good of the larger society in which we live.

The Challenge to Choose Well

       In this regard we need to remember that true Prudence has to do with good choices. Criminals can use their knowledge skillfully, but since their choices are intended to deceive and betray, we can only talk about „good thieves“ or „good terrorists“ as a figure of speech. On the other hand, when we talk about „good drivers“ – or „good sports“ – we are truly describing prudent behavior, because these individuals are using their knowledge and skills for a proper purpose. However, this manifestation of Prudence is imperfect, because it is directed toward our own good, and is not concerned with the larger, common good. Our Prudence is both true and perfect when we learn, judge, and act with concern for our whole life, which is a life lived with others.

Developing Prudence

       At some point we must ask how we acquire Prudence, and here we do well to recall Aristotle’s remark that Prudence is fostered by teaching, and is perfected over time by experience. Memory is an essential part of this process: we cannot learn from our mistakes or our successes unless we can remember the outcomes our choices lead to. Understanding is also a part of this process, and here we mean not just mental capacity – each of us undoubtedly knows very intelligent individuals, who nevertheless make very poor choices – but rather the capacity to apply knowledge properly.

Scriptural Reflections

       If we look at the Bible, we see that Prudence is initially considered the ability to perform some task skillfully. The Book of Exodus praises the skill of the midwives who save the lives of Hebrew children in Egypt, and the Old Testament repeatedly credits with Prudence those who make or build objects that are well-crafted or useful. But as biblical theology evolves, Prudence emerges more and more clearly as excellence in the moral sphere. The biblical writers came to realize that one might be quite adept at a profession, yet be a morally empty – or, worse, truly vicious – individual. Thus, they wisely chose to separate occupations from human behavior, and came to attach far greater value to skill in reaching good conclusions than to skill in craftsmanship.

Companions of Prudence

       Because Prudence is concerned with making the right, practical choices, it is profitably accompanied by a number of attendant skills. Among these are shrewdness, which is the speed with which we can determine something, and foresight, which enables us to see the future effects of some action we perform now. Circumspection enables us to compare the ends and means of our actions, a skill that is useful when we are faced with several ways to achieve the same goal. Caution enables us to anticipate – and, thus, avoid – things that may hinder our pursuit of a virtuous goal.

Opposition to Prudence

       Because habit enables us to do something readily and with ease, our good habits eventually make clumsy efforts graceful and smooth. Like any skill developed by repetition, habits are developed with practice, and destroyed by disuse – or by contrary actions. No one will be surprised, then, to learn that Imprudence is the vice opposed to the virtue of Prudence. Imprudence can take many forms: ignoring wise counsel, rash and hasty action, and disregard for what we have learned from past experience. Inconstancy encourages us to prefer some personal pleasure over something we know to be a greater good. Because Prudence is always concerned for a choice that will lead to the greatest (often a public) benefit, this desire for personal satisfaction lies at the heart of every deviation from Prudence.

The „Middle Course“

       As we look at the virtue of Prudence, and consider the actions opposed to it, three things become clear. The first is that Prudence enables us to choose a virtuous middle course between the extremes of rash judgment and the paralysis that can arise from seeking out and listening to every possible piece of advice. Philosophers teach that „virtue stands in the middle,“ and each of the virtues helps us to find the appropriate middle course. St. Thomas Aquinas described virtue as „a habit of choosing the mean as a prudent man would appoint it“ (I-II, 59.1). The prudent individual is one who can determine when the time for counsel has passed, and when the time for action has come.

       The second thing we must consider is that the virtuous „middle course“ is not an absolute standard, but one that depends to a large extent on who each of us is, and what individual gifts and skills each of us brings to the decision-making process. Finally, because Prudence is concerned with individual choices, we must also consider the specific goal our choice seeks to attain. Prudence may suggest quick action in one case, a more relaxed attitude in another. Good parents, effective administrators, and successful military strategists are all equally prudent. The essential element is Prudence in its capacity to achieve some end – to get one thing done, and done well – and those who employ Prudence effectively will say that only observation and experience can teach us what action will be appropriate in any specific instance.

Mistaken Notions of Prudence

       Lest Prudence seem nothing more than a cynical way of „getting by,“ or a mechanical formula to „get ahead,“ we must remember that the purpose of the virtues is to enable us to make choices that will lead us to everlasting life. One theologian sums up the role of virtue in human life thus,

    In a word, we demand an action proper to the image of God: an action proceeding from intellect and will, as God’s actions proceed, deliberately, an to ends worthy of such an agent as man. (Walter Farrell, O.P., A Companion to the Summa, Vol. III, p.142.)

       We should also note that although Prudence dictates moderation when choosing among options, Prudence itself is not something to be embraced half-heartedly. Aristotle taught that Prudence directs us to be moderate in choosing between extremes, but we cannot be moderate in practicing virtue; we are called – always – to be „fully“ prudent.

The Perfection of Prudence

       Let us draw these reflections to a close by listening once again to St. Thomas Aquinas, who taught that the virtue of Prudence is perfected by the gift of counsel. This gift is a great deal more than the good advice we receive when we listen to others at a meeting; it is God’s gift, by which Prudence is „helped through being ruled and moved by the Holy Spirit“ (II-II, 52.2). Prudence directs us to make proper choices that will yield good results.

       The Spirit’s gift of counsel elevates this natural capacity to make it a sign of God’s goodness for the world. In this way, the gift of counsel closely allies Prudence with the Beatitude in which Christ promises, „Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy“ (Mt. 5:7). The reason for this is that Prudence directs us to make proper choices, and counsel directs Prudence to choose the best among a multitude of good options. The best choices we can make are those that will benefit God’s creatures. Mercy (which is compassion for another’s distress, coupled with a practical will to relieve it) is the supremely good act, in which we come closest to imitating Our Savior, who – mercifully – offered His life for our salvation.

KingFisher Principles – part 7

Sometimes we need a „BRIDGE OVER“.

There are „Crit“-situations or Crucial GAPS in our life, we have to face, and cross over.

Many Christians and Internetmarketer come to that point, where they need this help.

So am I.

Yesterday i watched GOD.TV Missions Week. There was great teaching about financial principles.

One message is: GOD allways acts according to HIS revealed PRINCIPLES! – So, here we go with KFP.

Another item is: Your „Nothing“ in the desert (acc.Mathew 14) is a blessed victim in the hands

of GOD ALLMIGHTY. He gives it back to You to brake it and make it an increasing  blessing for others.

So we experienced: ( .

Now, what does that mean concrete?

My local bank, i contacted yesterday, was surprised, when they realized the

changings of my status. I am now Reverend, Bishop, Business owner,Charity fund raiser,

Diplom Engineer, Second Bachelor in Religious Education, Patent holder and so on.

One single talk of about one hoer made it possible to „Cross over the Bridge“.

It was easy. And a blessing.

This encouraged me to give more teaching according toi the Kingfisher Principles.

Another rule:

My „Theoretical lessons“ that combine theology, science and mearketing strategy,

came to the point:

Lesson KFP III showed the 2 TRIANGELS as growing developement.

153 BIG FISH shall be cought acc. to the great fishery of aüpostel Peter.

We interpreted it as internet money. Now we have 52 resale right templates

and another 101 temoplates, added together it is 153!!!

These templates are moneyfishing website design,

in biblical exegesis the rearranged nets in the two boats.


Next point that is proofed by scale (!sic!) is

the BINAIRE MATRIX of MLM, like we use with GVO.

At the 10th step the possible income with more than 2000 affiliates

is over 4600 $ a month.

The exact number of „DOWNLINE LEADS“

can be counted by  the „PASQUALE TRIANGEL“ (part III, IV).

So, does this make sense to YOU?

BIBLICAL sclaes and numbers take place in virtual business

to multiply You „NOTHING“ into a „SOMETHING“

in the hands of GOD!

The pure knowledge and wisdom to handle it

is a bridge over troubled water 🙂


I decided to be obidient to GOD

and give templates free for RMI-I members

( get free access.

Everyone who does only want the templates without

the ideological, philosophical or theological background 😉

can get each template for ³ € (three EURO) only.

The whole package of 52 fish – ääh, sorry, templates :-))

with 25% of it going to help earthquake victims on HAITI

cosats 149,00 $, 101 templates will cost 169,00 €, when buying the first kit.

I think, this is very fair. If u need more information, pls look at .

GOD bless u and make u a growing blessing for others!

watch video on

that explaines the „wonderful increase of money-fish :-)!

KfP- Part VI – excurs

When reviewing the KINGFISHER PRINCIPLEs essays,
i recognized that part IV is missing. Don´t know why
and i cannot recover it. So, sorry about that.
If there are any questions, please feel free to contact me
or send a comment in the bottom.
The good message of today:
Pastor Sam Dasari, one of our RMI founding members
called me yesterday to inform me abouit his VISION:
He wants to buy a 15 cents (1500 squarefeet) land
in the near village of TENALI, Andhra Pradesh,INDIA.
This is to build up a Perfume and Salvation Oil creation center
and production mechanisms for ROSARY PRAYER CHAINS (RPC s).

So, our beloved friends from
are going to set up selfemployment.
Praise the LORD!
This is another milestone on our way
to implement Cimate funds.

The second good message is:
selfemployment can be done by marketing
using our prepared ROSARY

THESE ARE PRACTICALLY concerned items,
folowing the biblical KfP s.
It´s called : „THROWING OUT THE NETS!“


What’s the entire buzz about GVO?

GVO (Global Virtual Opportunities) formerly Kiosk is a company owned by Joel Therien who has a 12 year track of experience in the network marketing and internet marketing industries.

GVO has rapidly created a big buzz in the internet marketing and the MLM , Network marketing arenas due to the fact that it is the only company online that has the knowhow and the expertise to join these two very important business models in a once in a lifetime opportunity.

What makes GVO such an incredible business opportunity?

The answer to this question is twofold:

First of all when you get your hosting package through GVO you will get several services like unlimited autoresponder system, complete video marketing system with easy video producer and video hosting, full audio and video conferencing system, downtime monitoring software, that not only are included but that will also mean significant savings compared to buying all these services separately.

Second, you will have the opportunity to participate in a MLM compensation plan that is much more than a simple affiliate program and makes it an entire business in itself, let me explain:

How do I get compensated?

To motivate you to promote the business, GVO pays you 50% commission on the first month of every person that is directly sponsored by you.

Then we have the 2 x 10 Binary Hybrid Matrix Plan that will pay you 5% per month of up to levels down making this a full matrix of 2,046 people and that alone will earn you $4,600.00 per month!

Wait! It gets even better because you will also get a 20% matching bonus on your personal referrals down to 10 levels.

Once you have a downline of 14 people or more then you earn a new profit position in the matrix that you can also make money off of.

What guarantees that people will stay?

If you have been online for some time and you are serious about building an internet business, you know that in today’s market, these are tools that you or any internet marketer can’t afford not to have and that you will be using on a daily basis and that is the key that makes the compensation plan a very successful one.

With this business model you will build an organization of avid and constant users who will be using the services everyday to run their businesses and therefore will be happy to keep paying their monthly fee!

How do I join?

At GVO we even give you the opportunity to try us and fall in love with our services before you commit to a longer stay.

Just pay $1.00 today and this will give you full access to all the services and features for a full 14 day trial period.

Hope your find everything you are looking for under one roof with unsurpassed quality, see you inside!

Jesus Pina is an Internet and Network Marketer who owns and runs many websites you can read more of his GVO business at
or meet me directly under:

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