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Experiencing God in Your Business TGIF Today God Is First Volume 1 by Os Hillman July 25, 2017

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1

The CEO walked into the president’s office after reviewing his new marketing plan for the next year. It was a well-prepared, thoughtful plan. “This will not do!” exclaimed the CEO. “This plan describes how you will achieve these objectives through your own planning. I am certain you can achieve these objectives through normal business operations; however, you have allowed no room for faith in your plan. Now you must determine what God wants us to trust Him to accomplish through this business. You must go beyond what you can naturally achieve.”

What was this CEO saying? If you and I want to experience God in business at the practical level, we must be willing to trust Him for more than what our natural abilities can accomplish. God likes to show Himself in the midst of unlikely circumstances. This is the place that God receives the glory.

God always forced Israel to trust Him for the supernatural. This is how glory was brought to the Father. It is no different in our lives.

The world is looking for real faith. Perhaps you are the instrument that He wants to use to demonstrate real faith to the unbelieving business world. It will require courage, faith, and action; also, it will require risk. You may risk finances, reputation, and being misunderstood. This was the risk of all leaders in the Bible. It was a risk worth taking.

Are you willing to see God move in your business life? Ask Him what this might mean for you.

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