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Wisdom in Planning
Wise planning is a help to the fulfillment of both personal and organizational goals. Plans based on human will or on a mortal sense of intelligence, however, are fallible. But when we humbly seek divine guidance, our perceptiveness is enhanced, and we are better able to establish sound courses of action.
God requires integrity. When we heed His direction, moral firmness will characterize all our plans and their implementation. God is the source of all intelligence, including such strengths of character as honesty, unselfishness, justice, and wholesomeness. Cherishing these moral qualities by expressing them to the utmost of our understanding, we find a guideline for making comprehensive decisions.
In the Lord's Prayer we declare, "Thy will be done." Matt. 6:10; A clear concept of what this means is imperative to our progress. Many people burden themselves with a fatalistic viewpoint; they explain storms, disease, accidents, and various other discords, even frustrations, as being manifestations of God's will.
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God's Business Is Our Business!
NATHANIEL RIDGWAY WHITE
Anne Valma Holway
The Success of Honesty
RICHARD A. NENNEMAN
The Economy Is Servant, Not Master
JAMES SCOTT ROSEBUSH
THOMAS JOSEPH Mc CANN
The Bible and Business
ALAN A. AYLWIN
Wisdom in Planning
HAROLD F. BENNETT
Gratitude Is Powerful
KATHERINE JANE NORTHRIDGE
Stanley John York
How I Turned to the Bible for Help
Elizabeth Baylog Read
Gratitude, Not Grievance
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
The Business of Living
About sixteen years ago I awoke one morning, got my family...
Helen Loomer Ferguson with contributions from Mary F. Thompson
"What is the truth about God and man? When will the Comforter,...
Edith Reid Lazenby
Mere words cannot adequately express my gratitude for the...
Geil O. Geoghegan
Letters to the Press
Robert W. Newell