ATLANTA (BP)--"... Clearly you are an epistle of Christ ... written not with ink but by the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of flesh, that is, of the heart" (2 Corinthians 3:2-3).
ATLANTA (BP)--Life can be greatly enhanced by asking questions. But it is significantly important that you ask the right questions. There are MORAL and ETHICAL questions that should be asked, such as:
ATLANTA (BP)--To be greatly used of God in any area of one's life, a person must make himself available. He must be especially available to God in the place where God called and placed him.
ATLANTA (BP)--Our generation so often confuses greatness and fame! Because we do this, we completely pass by many who are in character, and in contribution, "great" but never recognized or appreciated.
ATLANTA (BP)--The normal Christian is very much aware of the command of Jesus to "pick up your cross" or to "carry your cross" (Matthew 16:24, 10:38; Mark 8:34-38). Instinctively the sincere Christian will drop to his knees and cry out to God, "Lord, I will pick up my cross and follow you!" And he begins the life of cross bearing.
ATLANTA (BP)--There is no truth that can give you any more courage and boldness as you live out your Christian life, especially in the workplace, than that found in Romans 8:34, "... Christ died, and furthermore is also risen, who is even at the right hand of God, who also makes intercession for us..."
ATLANTA (BP)--The apostle Paul had many great cautions for the Christian's life. All of them can be lived out in the workplace. One is found in Romans 12:9, "...abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good...."
Life can be greatly enhanced by asking questions! But it is significantly important that you ask the right questions!
ATLANTA (BP)--God, by creation, made each of us inter-dependent! We need each other, and others need us.
ATLANTA (BP)--I am working regularly with CEOs of the Fortune 100 and 500 companies in America. There is a tremendous desire to use time wisely, as good stewards. The distractions are countless. The demands are immeasurable. And the pressures to burn the candle at both ends, colliding in the middle, are real. These pressures can affect marriages, families and even our health.