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We choose what we think moment by moment. What we think and how we think matter greatly. From our thoughts issue our words and our deeds. I learned this during my business career when I experienced challenges that became opportunities to correct my thinking by disciplining my thought. This led to spiritual growth, greater trust in God, good, and redemption.
One experience in particular comes to mind. A firm, where I had been steadily advancing, was on the threshold of a merger with another company. Three attempts were made by a member of upper management to move me into positions that were to be eliminated following the merger. In each instance, as the offer was presented to me, I discerned that it was not right for me and declined. These spiritual intuitions came with spiritual conviction and clarity.
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