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Many Christians say they have a Christian business, but what does that mean?
First Corinthians 6 admonishes us not to take other Christians to court. “Does any of you, when he has a case against his neighbor, dare to go to law before the unrighteous and not before the saints?” (1 Corinthians 6:1).
The reason many Christians are unable to claim God's promises is because they are unwilling to meet His prerequisites.
“Our medical practice has been involved in some activities I believe are wrong, but my partners won't let me discuss them with an outsider,” said a doctor who called seeking counsel. This medical practice had a very loose partnership arrangement.
Matthew 21:12 describes an event when Christ drove the moneychangers out of the Jewish Temple of worship in Jerusalem. What motivated Jesus to do this or to display this more intense side of His personality?
Americans are being battered by a variety of recent crises and concerns such as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. relations with North Korea and turmoil in the Middle East.
Many Christians say they have a Christian business, but what does that mean? A Christian business is one that is controlled by a Christian. The more control this Christian has, the more the business can reflect his or her spiritual values.
Obviously, there is no such thing as a Christian business. A business is a legal entity, such as a corporation, partnership, or proprietorship and, as such, has no spirit or soul.
If you've ever experienced having a baby you may remember the feeling. You and/or your spouse expectantly nurture the baby in the womb for nine months, and then finally the big day arrives. The bundle of joy is born!
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