Wanna know the key to success in only 13 letters?
Before I share the key to success, I think it would be a good idea to define success. Don’t you? After all, if it’s only a vague concept, how will you ever know if you’ve reached it? Plus, if you never know if and when you’re successful, your life will feel meaningless and out of control. And who doesn’t like to feel in control. OK, here’s the definition of success.
Truly successful people will live forever.
How about that? Did you think I was gonna share some internet marketing secrets? Or maybe some special tips on how to think positive and be positive? Nothing wrong with those things, but they don’t truly define success. If you can build empires, employ tens of thousands of people, change the world…even for the better…but you never trust your Creator, you will lose your soul. And that’s the complete opposite of success. That’s failure on a scale you can’t imagine.
OK, so I’ve talked about what success isn’t. So, what do I mean when I say the key to success in only13 letters? Is it like the DaVinci code using 13 special letters in an obscure alphabet? Far from it. In fact, no letters could be less obscure than these. You’ll find them in the best selling book of all time.
I’m talking about the 13 letters Paul wrote to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, and Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. Over and over in those letters Paul shares the key to success. And it’s clearly trusting in Jesus to change you and give you eternal life.
Without eternal life all your efforts lead to failure.
What are you doing that’s going to make a difference for now and forever? Do you think a new computer software, or artificial intelligence, or self-driving car is gonna be a lasting legacy? Will you be able to create something so powerful the world will never forget your name? If so, I say…think again. But feel free to leave me a comment or send me a message showing me where I miss the point.
A word to the confounded…
Pour light into your eyes.
If you expect more than neglect,
Get wisdom; yeah get wise.
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