Power and Humility

1Ever wondered how the most successful business people achieved their goals? How they became billionaires from being flat broke? It’s because they know every strategy in the war of life. They are powerful, yet humble. And they know that the most important relationship they need to have is a relationship with God.

In Matthew 6, Jesus commands us to keep our intentions private: “‘But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place…’” (Matthew 6:6a). Never boast, never brag; just as important, never show defeat, never show vulnerability. The mightiest warfare in the kingdom of Heaven is done behind the scenes,in secret.That’s where the real power is, and we know this because that’s how our God of war operates.

If God is on your side, you will always be victorious. Remember that God is a God of war, and whatever challenges you face, He will make sure that you win. Bishop E. Bernard Jordan has created a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s war strategies and has infused Bible stories that tell us of the wars that God has won for His people.

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