God Is Watching over You

“Surely your goodness and unfailing love will pursue me all the days of my life, and I will live in the house of the LORD forever” (Psalm 23:6 NLT).

God is watching over you.

When King David writes, “Surely your goodness and unfailing love will pursue me,” he’s not saying, “Surely only good things will happen to me!”

The fact is bad things happen to good people. What David is teaching us is that God can take bad, evil, and difficult situations and bring something good out of them.

It’s one of God’s great promises to us: we can know that all things are working for our good “if we love God and are fitting into his plans” (Romans 8:28 LB). If you’re a believer, the Bible says all things are working together for good—not that all things are good, but that they work together for good. There’s no difficulty, dilemma, defeat, or disaster in life that God can’t ultimately turn toward good.

When you understand God’s grace and mercy, there’s no need to fear the future. God isn’t trying to get even with you. Jesus shouldered the penalty for everything you’ve ever done wrong or will do wrong. He paid for it on the cross. So when a bad thing happens, you don’t have to think, “God’s getting even with me.” That’s how God’s grace and mercy work.

Mercy, like goodness, follows us in life. Picture a parent following a little child around picking up after them; God is constantly picking up our messes. Think about this:

• Christians go to the future, not with a question mark, but with an exclamation point. God will be with you no matter what happens. He will help you out.

• God’s goodness provides and protects; God’s mercy pardons and forgives. God’s goodness will supply; God’s mercy will sooth. God’s goodness will help; God’s mercy will heal.

• Goodness is the fact that God gives us good things in life that we don’t deserve. Mercy means God holds back the condemnation we deserve.

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Preparation is Key

1You can never be too prepared for something. If you want to reach your ultimate potential you must learn as much as you can about the things you want most in life. If there is a goal you want to achieve, ready yourself by getting as much background as you can on it. When you tell yourself you want to do everything with excellence, you must do your research on what that really entails.

The more knowledge you have on the subject, the better grasp you have of what you are really getting into. Excellence is something you deliberately dive into. It requires all the preparation you can make. If your plan is lacking you might come up short for success. When you prepare for your anything you must strategize and organize everything. You cannot leave anything to change if you are aiming for excellence. Do not be content with what you already know. Always try to know more about the goal you are trying to get to.

What is your goal? What do you want to achieve? Is it in the area of business? Would you like to be successful in life? How can you win the battles that life throws at you? Read about the “Spiritual Art of War” by Bishop Jordan and click here to start attaining success in your life today.

Barriers to Knowing God’s Will

“Don’t act thoughtlessly, but understand what the Lord wants you to do” (Ephesians 5:17 NLT).

Every day I talk to people who say, “If there is a God . . . and he allowed me to be born . . . and I’m still alive . . . what is his plan for me?”

“Why am I here and what am I supposed to be doing? How do I find out God’s will for me so I don’t waste my life?”

The Bible says this: “So be careful how you live. Don’t live like ignorant people, but like wise people. Make good use of every opportunity you have, because these are evil days. Don’t be fools, then, but try to find out what the Lord wants you to do” (Ephesians 5:15–17 TEV).

It’s wise to figure out why you were put on earth. It’s stupid to go through life without a clue. Fortunately, God doesn’t play games with us. He wants us to understand his will for our lives. When we look toward the wrong things, we create barriers to discovering God’s will. For instance:

• God’s will is not about a feeling. God’s plan for your life is not an emotional sensation you get throughsome esoteric experience. God’s plan for your life is practical, not mystical. Some people think you have
to sit in a lotus position and chant “om” to make contact with God. But it isn’t that complicated. Besides,feelings are highly unreliable. They come from a variety of sources, including that bad burrito you ate last night.

• God’s will is not about a formula. God’s will is not some step-by-step procedure that you rigidly follow through life. While the mystics among us are always looking for a feeling, the pragmatists look for a formula, a recipe for life that they can follow without thinking. They love books like 27 Easy Steps to a Perfect Life. The problem is every book has a different formula and they often contradict each other. Life just isn’t that simple! You need more than a formula.

Here’s the key: God’s will for your life begins with a friendship. God is far more interested in having you establish a relationship with him than he is interested in having you follow a set of rules.

First and foremost, God wants you to get to know him, like he already knows you. Once this relationship is established everything else—career, family, goals, recreation, ambitions, finances, health and
friendships—will begin to fall into their proper place. Regardless of the circumstances of your birth, you are not an accident. God does have a plan for you life and he wants you to not only know it, but to succeed at it!

If you want to know more about Biblical Prophecies, talk to Master Prophet Bishop Bernard Jordan and get your Free Written Prophecies and know God’s will for you.

Getting Rid of Traitors

1If you want to be successful in life and stay that way, you must think of knowledge as a commodity. That knowledge is power was true in Sun Tzu’s day (The creator of “Art of War”), and it’s true in spades in today’s information economy. You’ve probably seen headlines about insider trading scandals. What are insider trading scandals about if not gaining access to forbidden knowledge leading to an incontestably unfair advantage?

When you think of knowledge as power, it’s easier to understand the vehement hatred people have for traitors, people like Benedict Arnold and the Bible’s Judas Iscariot who sell out their country and their Savior, respectively, for their own gain. What is a traitor, if not someone who’s trying to sabotage your economy of knowledge from within? Of course traitors are despised, and rightly so.

How do you get rid of these traitors? How do you deal with them? Bishop Jordan has a book called, “Spiritual Art of War”, a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” with Bible based strategies to become successful and at the same time get rid of those who wish to stop you from attaining that goal. Click here to order your book today!

 

Come Prepared

1If you want to succeed in something, be prepared to do it. Going to work without having the right tools is like going to war without any weapons. You must make sure that your arsenal is well suited for the task you want to pursue. You may be naturally talented but you cannot rely only on that.

It is like going to battle without any weapons and shields to protect yourself. No matter how skilled or talented you are, you will still be defeated.  You have to work for what you want and preparation is the first step you need to take to show yourself that you are serious about getting what you want. Do not underestimate preparation. It might spell the difference between success and failure. Excellence requires you to be ready at any time.

Preparation is key. God wants you to be at your best and in the prefect condition when you attain success in your life. Bishop Jordan has written a book about being successful in life and winning life’s battles, inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”. The book will guide you in Bible-based strategies to start winning in life.

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