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The Importance of Giving A Proper Report

The administration of God’s will is just about as important as its execution. As the Israelites were preparing to enter into the Promise Land, God told Moses to select men from every tribe to survey both the land’s fruitfulness the and fortifications of its inhabitants.

When the men returned, ten of them gave an unfavorable report directly to the people. A summary of their evaluation is found in, Num 13:31. They said, “…We are not able to go up against the people, for they are too strong for us." Only Joshua and Caleb were undaunted by the giants who dwelt therein or the strength of their citadels, but their report was drowned in the rising tide of unbelief with the result being: promise land acquisition denied.

It is not unusual to have differing reports from people who view the same scenario. However, it is unusual to have military commandoes not report directly to their superior before they report to the civilian population. If Moses had better administrated the reporting process, he may have been able to stave off the corporate panic that ensued. Today, try to lead right and lead well…

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Advancing the Kingdom Through Business

Business folk are essential to the progress of the gospel. Priscilla and Aquila, mentioned in Acts 18, were tent makers. Paul met them while ministering in Corinth. Their business provided a way for Paul to fall back on a familiar trade in the absence of sufficient financial resources. They also became his traveling companions-- no doubt supporting his ministry relationally and financially.

If you are a business person who desires to advance the Kingdom-- or aspire to be one-- may the anointing of God fall on you to serve people well and make money doing it. It takes finances to preach this gospel. Orphanages need to be built, the poor need opportunity, the sick need medical care and church facilities need to be erected.

May His grace empower you to build/run the next Fortune 500 company. Live right, live well...

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