Proverbs 16:3 (NLT) “Commit your work to the Lord, and then your plans will succeed.”
Your work is to be an ambassador of Jesus to the general population around you. There used to be a commercial for Clairol that said, “Just her beautician or hairdresser knows without a doubt.” Well, your confidence is not intended to be a mystery; God is by all account not the only one who ought to know without a doubt. Other individuals need to realize that you are a devotee.
The favors that God pours out in your life – in your vocation, in your business, in your accounts, in your family, in your wellbeing – they all come due to Jesus Christ.
Here is the last letter in our SUCCEED acrostic: Dedicate your work to be utilized for God’s reasons. Whatever you need God to favor, you provide for Him first. Commit it, bless it, praise it, and after that God will favor it.
Start or begin working energetically.
Understand who you truly work for.
Comprehend on building your character.
Care about the general population you work with
Exceed and surpass what is anticipated from you
Expand and grow your skills to SUCCEED at Work
Dedicate and commit your work to be utilized for God’s reasons.
The need to succeed spiritually in this life is what is needed most. I have become more determined not to lead the direction my father took and work for somebody, retire and sit and wait once a month for anybody to give me an income which gives me no room to come and go as I please. I have bigger plans than to retire, but to refire and be able to travel if I choose when and where I choose. I want to use this platform for the glory of God.
Clearly we need to succeed profoundly, however likewise, we need to succeed by working hard, utililzing great dedication, courage and perseverance. We need You to be a witness at my work. We need to utilize this stage for the grandness of God’s glory.
When you commit your business to Christ, he gets included with choices. He lets you know what to do. He turns into the administrator or I would say the CEO of your board. He gets the eminence.
“We are Christ’s ambassadors, and God is using us to speak to you. We urge you, as though Christ himself were here pleading with you, ‘Be reconciled to God!'” (2 Corinthians 5:20 NLT).