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Twelve Steps to Godly Success

Those who experience godly success understand God's fundamental design of human beings.

My brother-in-law is a racecar mechanic. Having built drag racers from the ground up, he appears to know everything there is to know about cars. On the other hand, I am helpless around cars. He and I can be looking under the hood of the same broken-down car, trying to diagnose the problem. Every sight, sound, and smell gives my brother-in law information that helps him diagnose the problem because he is a master mechanic. The same sights, sounds, and smells give me nothing because I don't know about cars. Therefore, he and I can be both looking at the same engine, but we aren't looking at the same engine! Only the master knows the fundamental design of the auto.

It is the same with work and life. People who experience success and joy in their life look at their careers, relationships, and life differently from those who do not. They understand God's fundamental design of human beings. They know what works from what doesn't and focus on what works.

12 Steps to Godly Success

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