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Check Your Motives


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Check your motives.

You ask and do not receive, because you ask wrongly, to spend it on your passions. James 4:3

Dear Founder, Owner, or Leader:

Make sure what you ask God for in your prayer time (and demonstrate that you want by your actions) supports making here on earth more like heaven. Don’t waste “your ask” on things that serve your ego, but do not create new value that helps people or glorifies God.

Focus on providing exceptional value for people, and profits will follow.

Focus on having a significant impact in the marketplace, and success will come along (although not always in the way initially envisioned).

Focus on dominating your industry and your:

  • Light (reflecting Christ-centered character) will cast out darkness in the marketplace and
  • Salt (of biblically-sound business thinking) will season corporate cultures.

Activate your Christ-centered, biblically-sound, business thinking.

Check your motive in all upcoming decisions and make adjustments as necessary. If you have a team, have them to do this too. Start now.

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2 Responses to “Check Your Motives

  • Great reminder that we need to pray not for our ego, but for others and things that will benefit us and ultimately bring us closer to God.

  • Agree to starting now on looking at your motives! No need to procrastinate.

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