The first thing that struck me about this photo is that it is a SDA church sign, the flavor of delusion which my family suffers from. But the second thing, the message, is more interesting.
"The Most Powerful Position is On Your Knees"
This statement is so patently illogical that one wonders how they could be so bold as to put it on a sign. It seems to be in the same sentiment as the Islam belief of complete submission but I don't think even a Muslim would go so far as to say that it grants you power. Of course a theist can argue anything, however illogical.
Jesus Christ reportedly claimed that faith even as small as a mustard seed was sufficient to move mountains. He said nothing about needing to be on your knees but that is beside the point. The statement above alludes to this claim of Jesus Christ and yet I can't believe there are very many Christians, even among the most devout, which earnestly believe it to be true. The power of prayer is nowhere to be found.
The appropriate position for a member of our organization is on your knees, with your wallet extended. That is what the sign should say. Seventh-Day Adventists are typically quite committed to paying tithe weekly. Last time I attended church with my family I was struck, and disgusted, by how many other non-tithe "offerings" they were able to squeeze from the congregation with things like a children's story at the base of the pulpit which involved having the children move throughout the pews collecting money from adults to take up as an offering before the story was told. No doubt this little ceremony gets the children in practice of giving away their money in addition to bleeding the congregation for a few extra dollars. You really have to hand it to them.