14 Quotes The Youth (and not so young) Should Read

 A couple of things I’ve said over the years. Hope you enjoy.

“A true christian doesn’t live a life of envy. He lives a godly life always seeking to follow God’s message of love.”

“If you choose to stay in a job simply because of a title… I would argue that money isn’t the only problem you struggle with. You most definitely struggle with ego issues.”

“Compensation is far from being everything that there is about a job. Flexibility is as important and as valuable (if not more valuable) than income received.”

“I don’t let money or titles control me. I make my priorities based on scripture — based on what is written in the Bible.”

“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.”

“There is tremendous power in calling your shots even if authority resides in the hands of others.”

“In the volatile market that we live in these days, having the capacity to engage in job maneuverability is without question a necessity these days.”

“Be good and do good in God’s eyes because it is good. Smile, give and receive hugs, laugh, eat and enjoy your family and friends — Work hard!”

“Brothers and sisters, you will find injustice in this world and even fools will reach positions of great authority. Don’t envy their privileged positions or try to justify your circumstances according to what happen to others.”

“Making a difference in the lives of others is a critical component of being a practitioner of Christianity.”

“Order can be brought out by fixing disorder. Don’t let jealousy and envious relationships get out of control and as important… control you.

“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.”

“Don’t forget… Make someone happy. This is your duty and mine in this world.”

“Life is a miracle. This former fact, in itself, is worth celebrating the mercy and love of God.”

Hope you liked it.