Are You Lacking This Fearless Christ Conscience Mindset?
If you want to experience the powerful blessings you'll receive from focusing all your attention on
Jesus Christ in everything that you do, and on everything He has done for you, and understand why this is the key to total life transformation, abundant living, quick manifestation, wholeness and wellness, then listen to this.
The simple truth is, living a Christ conscience life is about depending on Jesus for everything that you need and desire, according to His word by concentrating on what He said, also what the Bible says about him, and applying it to your everyday life, by the evidence of it coming out of your mouth.
After all Jesus said, from out of the abundance of the heart, …show more content…
Corporate bosses expect a lot and will stress you out about the companies goals and issues.
But you can take time out, take a deep breath or two, glorify Jesus in your thoughts and realize that Jesus is more important, and that He helps you succeed in your career as well.
Your effort and labour is to enter into the rest of the finished work of Jesus by doing what it takes to depend and trust in His word and all that He's already done.
1 Peter 5:7
Meditate, pray, fast, give, church, tithe and teach.
The 7 habits of Jesus
It takes focus, concentration and practice.
But not from self effort to depend on your connections or your education or your money or your intelligence or any other influence that is self reliant. One of the devils ultimate deceptions is to trick you into believing that everything the world does is important, and that you can squeeze God in at the last minute after giving more attention to the cares of the world and other lusts and desires.
Then, only after the plan doesn't work or you get yourself into trouble and need His help, only then do you tend to seek Him if at all because you might still go elsewhere to try and solve your problems yourself. But what you don't realize is the longer you're out of the word of God and the
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