If you want to live a blessed life, don’t give up on the God who has never given up on you.
God did not create you to make excuses; He has called you to make a difference.
Job was blessed even more in the second half of his life than he was in the first because God knew He could trust Job. How are you managing the money God has given to you? Why would He trust you with more?
If you want your life to be blessed, you must learn to submit and surrender to the voice of Christ.
If you want your life to be blessed, you must push past the performance trap. We are not loved by God because of our performance but because of our position as His children.
Is your church a restaurant or a family? If you want to be blessed, then you’ve got to understand that “it’s not about me!”
If you want to be blessed, you need to begin to see people as God sees people.
So what does a guy in the Bible named Job have to do with you? And why should you care?
Let’s look at it from a different perspective—do you want the second part of your life to be better than the first? Beginning on Sunday, Oct 23 we’ll explore The Life of Job and ask the question, “Does God want to bless the latter part of my life more than the first?”