By: Rick Boxx
September 21, 2012
A good friend of mine, and business owner, is involved with an innovative product and concept that will revolutionize his market. Despite proactive patents, he’s fearful of large competitors stealing the idea and concept.
The Apostle Peter asks the question in 1 Peter 3:13 “Who is going to harm you if you are eager to do good?” When we partner with God in our businesses, we can be confident in knowing that if our purpose is to glorify Him with our efforts and products, who can harm us?
It may not always go according to plan, but we can proceed boldly, knowing that God is in control. As you face challenges in your workplace, don’t walk in fear. Instead, trust in God and His plan, and march forward boldly.
Today’s “Integrity Moment” is adapted with permission from the writings of Matt Cline.
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