You are in the fight of your life
and it is time to start winning
The 17:20 program, is laser-focused on helping you see that as you level up, parts of your old identity will tell you that you can’t, shouldn’t, must not try or else you will get hurt and feel pain. The true King identity turns into these hard challenges with Joy because he knows that on the other side the challenge is freedom and abundance.
"I have tried other programs and frankly I'm tired of digging into past issues. While there's a time and place for it, we don't have to base our entire present and future off of them. That's one of the MANY things, about 1720, I'm so thankful for. It's about putting on a new identity, not braising or stewing in our old ones. We have to be willing to acknowledge where we've been, the mistakes and hurts of our past, but we don't have to relive those every day or define ourselves by these." - Steven D
Learn to Live The Triple Aim
Triple Aim: This is the target every man is to aim their life. It is composed of three elements. Christ-Centered, Legacy-Minded, King (CC,LM,K). Each element holds the other two in tension. Without all three elements present, the aim of each man will result in negative outcomes. These negative outcomes are covered in more detail in the definition of each element. However, they can be summarized as weakness, selfishness, and tyranny.
CC is often confused with Christ First (CF). CC means that every item on the list is an outflowing of Christ in you. From a CC position one can live in Flow and avoid the trap of reciprocity. CC is the living embodiment of Jesus’ first summation law found in (Matthew 22:3 & Luke 10:27) “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” (NIV). CC means Christ is at the core of who you are--not just something that you do. CC combats weakness as one’s power is not derived from the world, performance, or accomplishments but instead is derived from Christ as the center of everything (Philippians 4:13).
Legacy Minded (LM):
Proverbs 13:22 states that a “good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children, But the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous” (KLV). A King provides a vision for his Kingdom aimed at impacting the third generation. As one makes trades of immediate gratification for future impact in service to their co-created vision [see co-created vision], this element of the triple aim combats selfishness. LM also ensures that the King is playing a long game, where the world traditionally plays a short game. Becoming LM is to become more Christlike (Romans 5:8, Matthew 4:8-10). For Christ, his zero [see Personal Zero] was death and his aim was multi-generational. The book of Numbers teaches us that God, as the ultimate example of kingship, works his will through Generations.
Prior to the fall, God created men to be Kings and Rulers (Genesis 1:28). We were not called to be laborers, but leaders and managers of God’s provision (Ecclesiastes 2:26, Leviticus 23:22). Adam in his sinless state could be trusted with this task as his actions would be in line with those of the Father; this is not to say that the actions would be the same as the Father’s. Genesis 2:19 teaches us that we bring a creative element to the Kingdom, and this creativity is of Interest to God. As new creations in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17) and adopted brothers of Christ (John 1:12-13), our Kingship is restored.