That's our job as Christians—to perpetually bring renewal and supply everywhere we go. When things get out of hand and situations on earth start to go wild (whether it's the economy, or politics, or natural disasters) we're not supposed to jump into the flow of negativity with everyone else and start talking about how bad things are. We're supposed to change them!
We warn our children and grandchildren about peer pressure. We want them to say no to the vices of the world: drinking, drugs, and other destructive behaviors. But as we move from childhood to adulthood, we find the peer pressure changes. Daniel 3:2 notes 'the satraps, the administrators, the governors, the counselors, the treasurers, the judges, the magistrates, and all the officials of the provinces' were there. I'm sure more than one of them thought they needed to keep their job with all of its benefits. Not much has changed in two-and-a-half millennia.
Don’t get me wrong, your job is not to destroy anything by fire. Your job is to figure out what’s holding you back, plan, take action, and get your life back on track. Too many of us are content to sit in church and pray instead of taking action on the things we pray about.
We think that if we could jet get a better job, we would be rich. What is funny is that if Trump lost his money. I guarantee that finding a great job would not be his priority. Trump would be looking for an investment.
William Marrion Branham, Mike Murdock, Justice Kojo Bentil, Billy Graham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Dag Heward Mills, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Dr. Myles Munroe, Jerry J. Panou, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Rick Rigsby, David O. Oyedepo, Martin Luther King Jr., David Ibiyeomie, Kenneth E. Hagin, T. B. Joshua, Smith Wigglesworth, John C. Hagee, Brian Houston, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Ravi Zacharias, Chris Oyakhilome,