Seeing Problems as a Tool . . .



Do you know that problems are inevitable even when you're a child of God? In fact, sometimes, the closer you get to God, the tougher things become. The Bible in John 16:33 says, in this world, we would see tribulation. 

 

But, as a Bible-believing business owner, you need to see problems as a useful tool for achieving the unusual. Because some problems come into our life to act as a ladder for climbing from one level to the next, some are for drawing closer to God and some are sent our way to take us from the position of ordinary to an extraordinary level.

 

Whatever problems come your way as a born again Christian, be rest assured that your victory is certain. The word of God says in Psalm 34: 19.

 

“Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the Lord delivers him from them all.”

 

So, when mighty problems assail your business or personal life, just trust God completely to make everything work together for your good. Don’t run to places that will truncate your destiny. See problems as opportunities to move from a lower rank status to a higher level. 

 

Maybe you’re facing a big problem now, God is saying it will not swallow you. You’re going to overcome and be renewed. And because of the victory God will give to you, because of your change of story, several people will come to God through you.

 

My challenge to you today is to make an effort every day to have a positive attitude towards problems in life. Before you condemn a problem or conclude that it's opposition forces to destroy your happiness, start from today to objectively evaluate its purpose in your life. As a professional, this sort of mindset will help you to be successful in your business and personal life. Sounds easy? Perhaps. but from my own experience, it does take a fair bit of discipline and practice. In fact, it probably took me years to become really good at seeing all problems as opportunities to do the extraordinary. If I can do it, you can do it. Start to train your mind to be positive and be consistent at it. 

 

As you go in this new week, may you meet with tremendous blessings in your business and personal life. 💗

 

Warmly,

Damilola Ogunremi

Your friend & Coach

  

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