Correcting other people’s error is a very delicate matter and requires a great deal of maturity and experience to handle. It is just like handling uranium, you don’t leave it to everyday people to handle, not even to those who know how dangerous the substance can be. In such a delicate matter, it is best to leave it to those who are better trained, experienced and more importantly, better equipped to handle such hazardous materials.
Handling other people’s error is no different. You must know the ethics involved and the decorum required.
Calvary greetings to you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
It brings me great honour to present to you a book-reading Symposium, which I am pioneering, called Pagemaster. Pagemaster is born out of the love to reach people with powerful Christian truths that work. And by God’s grace, Pagemaster is an idea whose time has come.
This initiative is by MainstreamMavericks.com whose visionary is Adams Allison and it is a knowledge-building platform harnessing the beauty and power of interaction through expository book readings and discussions. Continue reading →
Creating long lasting customer loyalty is becoming alarmingly scarce in our business environment. So what do we do if we must change that experience? Let me suggest to you the three Ts of business retention.
To maximize customer satisfaction, we must DEAL in the three “T”s – Time, Treasure and Trust.
“With great power comes great responsibility.”
Rick Joyner often says that Christianity is the greatest adventure ever! It’s unfortunate though that that’s not the experience of many. I remember a colleague who professes to be Christian but drinks. When I asked him how he reconciles both his faith and his alcohol he said to me, “The faith was too boring for me, I had to spice it up with some buzz.”
Where then is the adventure in Christianity? It is in the rights and privileges we receive as born again citizens of God’s Kingdom. As exhilarating as that might be, it is only the threshold of the adventure for all who truly believe. The peak of it all is when we carry the weight of the crown.
“The Scripture is a box without hinges, keys, or lid, yet golden treasures are hid within.”
The Bible, like a goldmine, is filled with precious truths. Sometimes Scripture is very clear about what it says, but sometimes we need to drill deep and do some excavation work ourselves (by the help of His Spirit of course). However, when you dig, what you find becomes much more precious. (For where your treasure is there your heart will be also).
Today, I started my morning drawing strength from this verse and I want to share it with you.