Integrity Moments - Jan. 4, 2011


God's Business Plan 
by Rick Boxx
January 4, 2011

Planning a new business without God's input, can be disastrous. A spouse, who called for help, informed me that her husband had a history of jumping into business ventures rashly.

She claimed that she had begged her husband not to start each one that had failed. It is usually a good indication that the business plan was not God's plan when both spouses are not in agreement.

God designed marriage to be two halves that become a whole. If one is not on board you probably missed God's counsel.

Isaiah 30:1 teaches, "Woe to the obstinate children," declares the Lord, "to those who carry out plans that are not mine."

If you are planning on a new business venture, or direction, this year, be sure you are carrying out God's plan, not yours. 

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