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Thriving on Chaos

“Now your attitudes and thoughts must all be constantly changing for the better (Ephesians 4:23 LB).

Things change unpredictably today. There is no pattern to many of the changes in our world. Forecasting and long-range planning are high-risk activities now. Today we cannot guarantee more of the same of anything. About the only prediction we can safely assume is that things will change!

In this “Age of Unreason,” to use Charles Handy’s term, we must learn to think upside-down, inside-out, and backwards in order to cope with this unpredictable environment. The business writer Tom Peters calls this ability: “Thriving on Chaos.” To succeed, you must do more than cope with change, you must capitalize on it! Every change is an opportunity in disguise. Since you can’t stop change, you must learn to take advantage of it. Here are three suggestions from the Bible.

1. Keep a positive attitude toward change. Although not all changes are good, we do have the freedom to choose our attitude. Change, even when it is negative, can be an ally if you take advantage of it and use it for good: “Now your attitudes and thoughts must all be constantly changing for the better” (Ephesians 4:23 LB)

2. Never stop learning. Never think you know it all. Stay humble and you’ll be surprised who you can learn from—friends, neighbors, kids, employees, clients, and business competitors, etc. “The intelligent man is always open to new ideas. In fact, he looks for them” (Proverbs 18:15 LB).

3. Stay flexible! Before glass bottles were invented, wine was kept in canteens made of animal skins. As they aged, they’d become brittle and crack from new wine that was still fermenting. Jesus once said, “You can’t put new wine in old wine skins” (Luke 5:37–39). Here was his point: When faced with change, we must adjust or we’ll explode!

Pray this: “Dear God, help me be more flexible this week.”
Regardless of the circumstances of your birth, you are not an accident. God does have a plan for you life and he wants you to not only know it, but to succeed at it!

If you want to know more about Biblical Prophecies, talk to Master Prophet Bishop Bernard Jordan and get your Free Written Prophecies and know God’s will for you.

 

 

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Create Things That Bring Your Pleasure

1The Bible code predictions, you are the creator of all things. All things that are in your experience you are the creator of it, because God as Spirit really has no need of things. “God is a Spirit, and they that worship him must worship him in Spirit and in Truth.” That is why, “In the beginning God could create heaven and earth. And the earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep,” and God was still happy.

You make your happiness after the effects, when your happiness is supposed to be happening in the movement of thought in mind.

The only things that get created are the things that bring you pleasure. Until you have pleasure in it in thought, it doesn’t get created. The Amplified Versions says, “Worthy are you, O Lord and God, to receive the glory and the honor and dominion. For you created all things. By your will they were brought into being and were created.” Notice it says, “by your will.” Your will is connected in your pleasure.

Things are created by your will. It is by your pleasure. It is by the pleasure of your own will. A person suffers sickness because they pleasured it. It was their pleasure to imagine that tragedy. That is why you have to ask yourself what thoughts do you have pleasure in.

Are you creating things by your own will? Would like to read more about the Prophecies of Nostradamus? Click here for a free prophetic reading today.

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Excelling at What You Do

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as though you were working for the Lord and not for people” (Colossians 3:23 TEV).

During the 2008 Summer Olympics, Michael Phelps gave us an extraordinary display of the pursuit of excellence. But the truth is every athlete in the Olympics pursues excellence as peak performers in theircategories of competition.

The Bible identifies five characteristics of people who excel at what they do.

1.People who excel work with enthusiasm. Regardless of whether the job is big or small, give it your best. Great performers give their best effort, no matter the size of the audience:

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as though you were working for the Lord and not for people” (Colossians 3:23 TEV).

2. People who excel sharpen their skills. They never stop developing, growing, learning, and improving: “If your ax is dull and you don’t sharpen it, you have to work harder to use it. It is smarter to plan ahead” (Ecclesiastes 10:10 TEV). It takes more than desire to excel, it takes skill!
Remember, you’re never wasting time when you’re sharpening your “ax.”

3. People who excel keep their word. They are reliable. They can be counted on to do what they say they’ll do. So they excel because people of integrity are rare in our society: “Everyone talks about how loyal and faithful he is, but just try to find someone who really is!” (Proverbs
20:6 TEV).

4. People who excel maintain a positive attitude. Even under pressure, or change, or unrealistic demands, they don’t allow themselves to become negative: “Do everything without complaining or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe as you hold out the word of life . . .” (Philippians 2:14–16 NIV). And remember: “If your boss is angry at you, don’t quit! A quiet spirit can overcome even great mistakes” (Ecclesiastes 10:4 NLT).

5. People who excel do more than is expected. This is a secret that every successful person has discovered. You’ll never excel by only doing what is required. Jesus said, “If someone takes unfair advantage of you, use the occasion to practice the servant life. No more tit-for-tat stuff. Live generously” (Matthew 5:40–42 MSG).

The Broadway lyricist Oscar Hammerstein once told the story of seeing the top of the Statue of Liberty from a helicopter. He was impressed because of the incredible detail the artist had sculpted on an area that no one was expected to see. In fact, the Statue of Liberty was completed with no idea that man would someday be able to fly over the statue!

When you’re tempted to cut corners, thinking, “No one will ever know,” remember God is looking down and sees everything you do. Give him your best this week!

If you want to know more about Biblical Prophecies, talk to Master Prophet Bishop Bernard Jordan and get your Free Written Prophecies and know God’s will for you.

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View from the Kingdom’s Perspective

1The idea of the kingdom of God is to always be prepared. In other words, the kingdom is proactive oriented. When God sent Jesus to save the world, the kingdom was being proactive. God knew that the toll for sin is death—not just physical, but eternal spiritual death. Since God knows that, and is certain that it would happen, He sent Jesus as substitute so that instead of us having eternal death, we may have eternal life.

Daniel was one of the characters in the Bible that chose to view life based on the kingdom’s perspective. When he was chosen to be trained at king Nebuchadnezzar’s palace, he knew that the king’s objective was to build an empire that will exemplify him. The king was training young and intelligent men in order to develop his future people.

Part of being a trainee was having the food and wine that the king wants. So, when the king’s servant gave Daniel’s share, he was proactive and refused to have it. Daniel doesn’t want to take the king’s food because he knew what would happen. He knew that taking the food will defile him (Daniel 1:5, 8 NIRV)

Unlike the kingdom of God, the church of God has a reactive orientation. More often than not, the church behaves based on how the world behaves, of which shouldn’t be the case. It is the sinful nature of man that caused us this kind of behavior. That is why people have different paths or directions. That is also why we do things differently from each other. We are reactive.

What is your orientation of God’s Kingdom? Your free written prophecy will give you a clearer idea of God’s Kingdom and purpose. Click here to speak to a prophet and learn more about Bible Code Predictions today.

 

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What Are You Looking At?

1In the Bible Code Predictions, The Kingdom of God promotes an optimistic perspective. However, since the church is still in the world, it has a tendency to be pessimistic.

Faith is based on optimism. It is not just about trusting in the situation to be better. It is about having hope that God will turn things around for the good of His purposes (Romans 8:28).

The Bible shows how the Kingdom of God is filled with optimism. If it is not optimistic, why would God even send His one and only son to a world that is lost in sin (John 3:16)? He would have lost hope in humanity. He would think, “They would only reject Christ.” If God was pessimistic, He will think that people would remain in sin and choose their sinful nature, rather than come to the saving knowledge of Jesus. If God was a pessimist, He will think: “There is no hope for these wretched beings.”

God teaches us to have hope because hope comes from God. He encourages us to develop faith and hope because He is the source and the reason for our faith and hope. Faith and hope rarely exists in the mind of a pessimist.

At the end of the day, the question is, Who/What are you looking at? Are you looking at God or are you looking at your situation? It is so easy for the church to get caught up with tradition, politics, circumstances, and problems.

However, we need to fix our eyes on the Kingdom of God, not on something that is temporary: “So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:18, NIV). We need to focus our perspective on Jesus (Hebrews 12:1-2, NIV).

What are you focusing on at the moment? Are you focusing on God and His Kingdom? Do you want to learn more about the Kingdom? Click here and receive your free prophecy today.

 

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Advancing God’s Kingdom

1The universal church of God is composed of local churches in our community and all over the world. And all these churches work in advancing God’s Kingdom the best way that they can.

Since the church of God carries a more specific orientation in the way they perceive and understand concepts, they can only manage smaller chunks of data. The mind of God is too broad and complex. We cannot really handle to grasp the entirety of God’s Kingdom. This is why God spoke to us in parables, in order to relate to us on a more specific level: “Jesus spoke all these things to the crowd in parables; he did not say anything to them without using a parable” (Matthew 13:34, NIV). It is hard for the members of the local congregation to process the complete picture. God will reveal it in His own time, this is written in the Bible Code Predictions.

This is also why we often see the Enemy attack the churches. Since they are specific-oriented, it is harder for them to deal with disruptions. When something goes wrong, it is easy for people to become offended and to walk away. When we do not handle disruptions well, we will shy away from carrying out the purposes that are set for us to do. It is easy for the church to get caught up with “religious activities” that they deviate from the general purpose of why the church exists, which is found in the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).

Learn how you can save the church from the attacks of the enemy through your prophetic reading. Click here to speak to a prophet about you can help in your local church and community.

 

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What Are Your Convictions?

1As the church of God, we can never have a purely internal reference. However, there is a need to decrease our external references. We need to limit the standards and the authorities by which our ministry functions with. We need to focus on God’s standards and authority alone.

As new believers, we look to more mature Christians as role models. Humans have a tendency to base their values and decisions on authority figures. Believers value the authority and knowledge of their spiritual leaders, such as the pastors, master prophets, and mentors. However, they ultimately need to follow the authority of God.

In a way, our faith and knowledge about God and Scripture must become our internal reference. We must not be so easily swayed with our decisions. A lot of times, the world can influence us to act a certain way or to be a certain person. However, the Bible tells us not to conform. The Bible tells us to follow Godly standards (Romans 12:2).

Individuals with a dominantly external reference simply go with the flow. They just follow what is popular. They obey what the society dictates. The church of God has a tendency to be like that. As the church of God moves towards the Kingdom of God, one must have biblical foundations. One cannot be easily moved by what other people say.

Conviction is an important factor in people with an internal reference. People with strong convictions are not easily influenced by other people’s advices or opinions. They decide based on their beliefs.

What do you believe in? Let the power of prophecy help you with your convictions. Click here to speak to a prophet and receive your free written prophecy today.

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Working with the Stars

1Did you know that your angels have an office and an assignment, which is to guard, guide and direct your life. We must allow our angels the high and holy privilege of carrying out their pre-ordained assignment from God. David considered the heavens. It can be inferred from the scriptures that before David did anything he consulted with the heavens.

He even identified which heaven he was consulting with, the work of God’s fingers, the moon and the stars. The heavens encompass the handwriting of God in the sky. According to the Bible code predictions, David was working with astrology, the logos or the speech of the Astros (the speech of the stars).

David knew the heavens were declaring the glory of God. He wanted to distinguish that the heavens were not the work of Satan, but the work of the hand of God. In other words, God used his fingers to screw the light bulbs into the universe – Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Mercury, the Sun, and the Moon. It was the work of God’s fingers, the handiwork of God.

During the New Moon, the people would come and consult the prophet. In scripture, when the woman’s child had died and she told her husband that she was going to see the prophet, her husband responded that it was neither New Moon nor Sabbath.” The New Moon was considered just as holy as the Sabbath was in Israel.

Have you noticed your angels working on your life giving you direction? Click here and receive your free written prophecy today.

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Strive to Develop Yourself

1Every new day is a chance to get better at whatever it is you are doing. Your habits will determine what you are getting better at or how you are getting better at it. Make it a habit to seek new learning as time passes. First thing in the morning, think of how you can outdo the progress you made the day before. Or rather, think about your next step. If, for example, yesterday you chose not to complain about the things that bothered you, today you can push yourself to act on your suggestions with a positive attitude. We are always in the process of learning. The things that we do day after day mold our character. It is important that we push ourselves to seek greater heights. Habit will guide our feet to keep walking in the direction we have set for ourselves.

When you speak to a prophet, you will realize that you can have higher standards for your life and make a better one, all through the power of prophecy. First and foremost your standards must be set. These standards must be properly meditated. These are your rules and your criteria for evaluating yourself. Once you know the quality of work you want to live by, represent it every day of your life. This is very important in the prophetic ministry as you serve God and begin your evangelizing to other people.

If you are striving to develop yourself to the fullest, you must be serious about it. Excellence is not just about doing well for a day. It is a about being known to do well all the time. Habits must be formed and repeated over and over. Consistently grow and do not stop growing. Start something and commit to it until the end – that is commitment. You have to follow through it order mold make excellent habits. Your performance over time will reveal the strength of your character that is why it is important to secure your good habits.

Set higher standards for your life today. Click here for your Bible code predictions and free written prophecy.

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A Citizen in God’s Kingdom

1According to bible code predictions, there is only one body, where God is the head; thus, there is only one church. Most of the time, we get so caught up with being a member of our local church that we cannot find the unity in the body of Christ. We hear of church divisions here and there because of a specific-oriented mindset.

Local churches are also competing against each other. Congregations want to be mega-churches. They are more interested in whose having more members, rather than if they are truly advancing the Kingdom of God. You hear congregants saying to people in other churches, “Our church is better than yours.

Our pastor is funnier; you should transfer to our church.” This is a classic example of viewing the church from a specific orientation. The danger is to plant seeds of division in the body of Christ. However, if we see the bigger picture, we see that there is only one church, which is simultaneously the Kingdom of God.

Who can be citizens of the Kingdom of God? The Bible tells us that the Lord Himself adds members when they are saved are the ones who become citizens of the kingdom. God is still calling people to His family. A person who is not called will never be able to truly comprehend the saving knowledge of Christ. Are you a citizen of the Kingdom of God? Click here to be part of it by receiving your prophetic reading today.

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