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Why should we involve God in our Business?

It is often said that if the purpose of a thing is not understood abuse is inevitable. God is the source of all creation and all things exist for Him. We all have one purpose on this earth to know Christ and to make Him know, we fulfil this through unique channels and business is one of these channels. I firmly believe the purpose of business is to serve humanity; it’s a tool to serve our world by providing solutions to crucial problems in the community. We use our gifts and talents to create products that will make our world better.

The question is how can this be possible without God? Since He is the creator of all things that we see, how can we effectively discover our gifts if we don’t connect Him who deposited it in us? How can we understand how to solve community problems without the counsel of the Owner of the universe? Will it be possible to effectively bless humanity without His divine leadership? God is our only source and for those who understand business is not money making machine, but an opportunity to create products that will serve humanity, ultimately make profit in connection with Christ.

Christ is that light and power we need to create successful Entrepreneurial ventures. You involve God in your Business by the quality of service or product you offer, you serve them with the knowledge you are representing Christ. You can achieve this by; accepting his unconditional love for you as you make Him the Lord of your life, involve Him in every decision as you decide your core values… Jesus Said ‘My Sheep hear my voice and they follow me….” John10:27. Also, how you treat your customers is crucial. Christianity is not a religion, it’s a family of God through our union with Christ Jesus, an inseparable oneness, His life has become yours and your life His. You are his bodily embodiment on the earth and now your business should focus on helping men to experience that life. You do that through an active fellowship with Him, enquiring of Him at every stage of the business. This is called being led by the person of the Holy Spirit. Your decisions originate from quality time listening. How do you listen to Him? By committing to the study of His Word and worshipping.

It’s important to belong to a local church that will teach you the pure Word of God, the Lord will lead you if you ask Him. It’s also very important you associate with Christians in Business, platforms like the Royalty Business Breakfast will help you network and learn from other Christians in Business how to do business Gods way. My advice to Start-ups is that the most expensive place to be is out of the will and plan of God. The easiest way to grow in business is to stay connected to the one who knows all things. My first counsel will be to get a mentor, serve them (that’s why I love the Noela Lyonga Foundation and volunteerism) and learn. Spending quality time in meditation to know yourself as God knows you is non-negotiable. Time spent investing in yourself and building quality will have the greatest return and the surest guarantee to success. I believe opportunity is everywhere, invest in preparation, work on being the best so that you can recognize and appropriate opportunity when it shows up. When you become excellent at what you do, kings will look for you. Myles Monroe said; ‘Ripe mangoes don’t carry themselves to the Market”. Think about that!!!

Mama Doris Ngum
Ceo/Founder Royalty Business Breakfast

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Email: info@noelalyongafoundation.com

Tel: + 237 671 244 818
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 We promote volunteerism and inspire people to develop themselves and their communities at large.

CONTACT US

Email: info@noelalyongafoundation.com

Tel: + 237 671 244 818
+ 237 695 453 454

© 2019  Noela Lyonga Foundation

© 2019  Noela Lyonga Foundation

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