The bible is a great book that teaches people a number of very important lessons about life. You don’t need to believe in Judaism or Christianity in order to learn from the teachings that are included in the holy book. In this post, I will share with you several bible based principles I’ve learned from the bible throughout the years that when applied often helps people to live a much better life.
Are you ready for this? I am. 🙂
“The moment that you make God the center of your life, the former struggles start to disappear. You will quickly realize that possessions and job nomenclature is de facto meaningless.”
“God called us to be wise. The way to wisdom is fearing God not being the owner of our destiny based on what we want to believe outside of scripture.”
“Be different; Choose God and sanity before earthly wealth. Make your life meaningful.”
“A true Christian doesn’t spend his or her journey comparing themselves to others or worse — putting themselves ahead of others. We put others ahead of us.”
“Prayer is God’s secret to doing well in life. Don’t forget to pray. Pray daily. Believe, love God, and pray.”
“Not everything that feels good or right is in fact good for you in God’s eyes. We need to life a moral life that puts God first and we second.”
“God is a gift — pray continuously. The reward is worth the sacrifice. “f you dream and have faith… God will help you to achieve.”
“Don’t be jealous of others because God’s people complement them. Be patient because your time of glory will come.”
“Life is a miracle. This former fact, in itself, is worth celebrating the mercy and love of God.”
“God takes care of His people by putting extraordinary people in their path. He also humbles us to make us different for our own sake.”
“Listen carefully: Nobody is perfect in this life, not even you or me. Only God is perfect.
“Don’t forget this: God is paying attention. Are you giving yourself a chance to be helped by God by being reasonable with others?”
That’s it for now. Reading the bible is good for you and me. Read it regularly and critically. You won’t regret.