How do you define success? Do you define success by an accrual of material possessions or a position of power? If so, it may be time to change your definition of success.
With me, success is being in the will of God. I don’t want to get all spiritual on you, but I think it is okay to give God credit since He is our Creator.
Commit your activities to the LORD and your plans will be achieved. - Proverbs 16:3
The truest and highest level of success is having a personal relationship with our Savior.
Our relationship with Christ will allow us to partake, witness, and do things we never thought would be possible. His death on the cross was enough power to give us a glimpse in the life of what it truly means to be a selfless leader.
When they came to the place called The Skull, there they crucified Him and the criminals, one of the right and the other on the left. But Jesus was saying, “Father, forgive the; for they do not know what they are doing.” - Luke 23:33-34
2 Peter 1:3 states, “His divine power has granted us everything pertaining to life and godliness.” We have everything we need in this life. However, if our priorities aren’t straight, we will always be looking for something bigger and better when we already have everything we need to be successful.
What do we need to be successful?
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. - Philippians 4:13
The highest level of success begins with the greatest leader of all time, Jesus Christ. We cannot lose with Him on our teams.
Your success is dependent on your ability to acknowledge and lean on Christ. Stop and think about your priorities for a minute. If anything is before your Savior. The ONE who died and saved your life. I would suggest you to reprioritize your life. There is no sense in you losing when you have an opportunity to be on the same team with the ULTIMATE WINNER!
I want to hear your heart. How do you define success? What does it look and feel like? Please leave a comment below or message me on Twitter or Facebook.
Peace and Prosperity,
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