From Series ” God In Your Business” by Samuel Kwame Boadu – Page 3 of Chapter 1
I have spoken about exodus (small beginning) and then I spoke about willingness in page 2 of chapter 1 but let me make this clear and do me a favor to note this down that No Business whether Big or Small can survive without Prayer (Fueling). It is up to you to commit that business to God because if you don’t , someone will use his/her smaller god (juju)to destroy what you have built in years. The Bible states that we should Pray without Ceasing (1 Thess 5:17) because the world is a battle not with flesh or blood but with principalities of high places.
There must be steady and consistent prayer (fueling) into your business if you want to arrive or make that business great.
“Call unto me and I will answer thee and I will show you great things and mighty things which you do not know” – Jeremiah 33:3
“And it was at this time that He went off to the mountain to pray and He spent the whole night praying to God “- Luke 6:12..
As I stated in my previous post, Jesus started small in a manger and ended up to Greatness and all that was done because he continually fueled his ministry. You have your part to play and God also has His when it comes to Prayer .He is indeed omniscient but before you ask He already knows you want your business to grow but He wont intervene until you ask him. In my other post, Jesus asked for strength through prayer and God sent his angel to do so before he went through the journey of Greatness to be crucified for you and I. If Prayer was the key for Jesus’s ministry then it should too and you must make that an important aspect in building your business. Pray to seek wisdom and directions for that small beginning to become Great.
It is therefore your responsibility to make prayer the core bone of that business. It is through prayer that will make God give you that power to endure the woes of entrepreneurship until the breakthrough.
“Yet those who wait upon the LORD will gain new strength; they will mount up with wings like eagles; they will run and not get tired ;they will walk and not become weary..” – Jeremiah 40:31..
To be Continued in Chapter 2