Solving Problems

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Solving Problems

Be a problem solver, not a problem maker! Jesus, was a problem solver. He solved the problem of the wine issue at the wedding. He solved the problem of the issue of blood. He solved the problem of leprosy. He solved the problem of blindness. He solved the problem with the storms. He solved the problem of hungry people The list goes on…….. How did He do it? When you study the life of Jesus you find several important facts that caused Him to overcome the world, the flesh, and the devil. I will list a few.

  1. He spent much time in prayer, but He never prayed the problem, He prayed the answer — what God said is the answer.
  2. He spoke accurately, never crooked speech. His conversation always consisted of what God said.
  3. He always spoke the end results, not the problem. Never — did He confess present circumstances. He spoke the desired results.
  4. He used the written Word to defeat Satan. THE WORD OF GOD CONCEIVED IN THE HEART, FORMED BY THE TONGUE, AND SPOKEN OUT OF THE MOUTH IS CREATIVE POWER.
By | 2015-03-26T13:38:21+00:00 March 6th, 2015|Jim Wyrostek Articles|Comments Off on Solving Problems

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Having over 40 years experience in the area of Business and Financial Management Consulting, of which 36 years have been as a small business owner; 16 years owning and running a private accounting and tax practice, and 20 years owning a financial planning firm, this blog is designed to inspire and encourage you to lift your visions higher. My passion now is to bring un common wisdom, knowledge and understanding to anyone who wants to move to a higher level in their life or business on a solid.sound bible foundation. God has blessed me over the years beyond anything I could have dreamed or imagined. It is my sincere intent to give nuggets of wisdom, that I have learned over the years.