Passion in Action TV New Season Begins August 2!

God-ideas to change the marketplace… and the world!

I am very excited to announce the return of my TV show Passion in Action. Our goal is to equip and inspire you to be a Christ-centered, Spirit-led, purpose-driven change agent who understands your role in advancing the Kingdom of God in the marketplace and the world. The main focus of this season will be on bringing a relevant biblical perspective to on-going issues related to the economy, entrepreneurship, employment, and other connected topics that impact families and communities.

We will broadcast live each week on Tuesdays at 4 pm est online at Internet Fabulous.TV. If you can’t watch it live you can always catch it on demand at your convenience. Click on the links below to watch some of our best guests from last season…

For our upcoming season we are looking for Christian entrepreneurs, business leaders and community change agents who are having a significant impact in their circles of influence. If you’re interested in telling your story on Passion in Action please go to http://tv.paulwilsonjr.com and complete the guest submission form.

We look forward to inspiring you to get your passion in action and change the world!

Thrive on purpose!
Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Fulfill your purpose in the marketplace!

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If you are looking for purpose in your life and life in your purpose, this is the perfect book for you. Get your copy today at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Divine Inspiration for a Recession Recovery

God has given you creative potential to produce wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18). One way this is expressed is through faith-based entrepreneurship. This could be the answer to helping our country get out of this economic mess.

Part 1 – Using entrepreneurship inspired by God to spark an economic recovery

Part 2 – Interview with a Christian entrepreneur living out his faith through his business

Thrive on Purpose,
Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Fulfill your purpose in the marketplace!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

The Cyrus Calling (Isaiah 45)

Mike Bickle of the 24 hour prayer ministry International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City gave a very compelling message during the most recent Joseph Company Marketplace Conference a few weeks ago. The “Cyrus Calling” is a significant concept for Christian entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who are serious about advancing the Kingdom of God in the marketplace to grasp. Check out the video below…

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How do you think the church can be more effective in developing and deploying marketplace ministers for God’s purposes?

Happy New You!
Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Fulfill your purpose in the marketplace!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

Compete vs Complete by Patrice Tsague

“I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the increase.” ~ 1 Corinthians 3:6

by Patrice Tsague

How competitive are you? Do you know how to compete in the kingdom? Do you understand that being a part of the kingdom is about completing others rather than competing with others? “I’m of Paul and another says I’m of Apollos” was the debate that went on among the Corinthians as they argued over who was their favorite apostle. I can imagine the debates, “Which apostle is more eloquent, who hears from God the best, who is the best teacher and of course who has the greatest anointing?” To that argument the Apostle Paul responds, “This attitude is carnal and not of God. None of us is more important than the other. Our focus should be to complete each other rather than compete with each other. God will reward each of us individually, according to each person’s labor and there is enough to go around.

Without question there is competition in the marketplace, not just between profit making enterprises but also in the not for profit sector, including churches. Our economic policy even encourages competition so there cannot be a monopoly, which is bad for consumers. Our anti-monopoly laws are designed to ensure that one company cannot have complete control over one sector of the market and charge whatever price it wants for its products, because customers would have no choice but to buy from that company. In a monopoly, customers would have to settle for mediocre products and services. Although the concept of competition has been abused and many have employed unethical and even sometimes illegal practices to top the competition or gain market dominance, competition can be a good thing. There are several benefits to competition:

  1. It gives customers a choice.
  2. It helps us do our best.
  3. It challenges our faith.
  4. It provides better prices for the customer.
  5. It removes those who are not called from the marketplace.

With so many benefits of competition, the problem is not with competition but with the attitude of those of us who are competing. Within a competitive environment we must cultivate an attitude of completion rather than competition. A person with a competitive attitude believes that there is not enough to go around and views the opponent as an enemy who must be brought down. While someone with a spirit of completion believes there is more than enough and sees the opponent as a fellow comrade in service of customers or a potential soul to be won for Christ.

What are the key differences between someone with a competitive spirit and someone with a spirit of completion?

How do you deal with competitors who do not share your values and who employ ungodly methods to harm you? Remember the words of Jesus, “But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you” (Matthew 5:44).

Are you competitive or are you a completer? Seek God’s wisdom today on how to be a completer in the market place for the advancement of the kingdom of God on the earth.

Copyright © 2010 Patrice Tsague ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scripture quotations are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in the marketplace!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Biblical Entrepreneurship Course Takes Business to a Higher Level

Reflecting Christ sometimes can be difficult, but operating like him to build a successful business venture definitely presents some unique challenges. This video highlights Patrice Tsague, a Christian business man, training believers to build kingdom businesses through his ministry known as the Nehemiah Project.

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Is your church experiencing financial problems due to the unemployment crisis? Click here to learn more about how you can bring Biblical Entrepreneurship training to your church.

Thrive on Purspose,

Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Power of Prayer for Entrepreneurs by Patrice Tsague

“Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed.  The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.” ~ James 5:16

by Patrice Tsague

Have you faced situations in your business that money and intellect could not resolve? Do you understand the power of prayer? Have you had your back against the wall?

Entrepreneurs are known for taking great risks or for facing situations that seem impossible. In those cases, many entrepreneurs tend to worry or make the situation worse by taking matters into their own hands. As Biblical Entrepreneurs we have no greater weapon than the power of prayer. Prayer is an open communication with God that demonstrates our vulnerability and our complete dependence upon Him. It is a complete submission to His will for our lives. When we are faced with impossible situations prayer is often the only weapon that is cost-effective, accessible and works every time. There are many examples in scripture of individuals who demonstrated their dependence upon God through prayer.

Solomon, faced with succeeding his father as the third king of Israel, felt inadequate to handle the new responsibility. So, Solomon turned to prayer. God came through and made him the wisest and richest man who ever lived.

“Now, O LORD my God, You have made Your servant king instead of my father David, but I am a little child; I do not know how to go out or come in. And Your servant is in the midst of Your people whom You have chosen, a great people, too numerous to be numbered or counted. Therefore give to Your servant an understanding heart to judge Your people, that I may discern between good and evil. For who is able to judge this great people of Yours?” I Kings 3:79

Moses, while leading the children of Israel out of Egypt, was being chased by the most powerful army of his time. He took a direction that led him to a dead end, with Pharaoh’s army at his back and the Red sea in front of him, Moses prayed to God. God gave Moses instructions that parted the red sea and enabled the Israelites to cross on dry land, while Pharaoh’s army drowned.

“And the LORD said to Moses, “Why do you cry to Me? Tell the children of Israel to go forward. But lift up your rod, and stretch out your hand over the sea and divide it. And the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea.” Exodus 14:15-16

Jesus, after ministering to a multitude of people, realized that He could not let them go away hungry. He inquired about feeding them but soon discovered that there was not enough food to go around. He turned to the Father and prayed for provision. God multiplied the food and Jesus was able to feed about 5,000 men, women and children, with food left over.

“And they said to Him, “We have here only five loaves and two fish.” He said, “Bring them here to Me.” Then He commanded the multitudes to sit down on the grass. And He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven, He blessed and broke and gave the loaves to the disciples; and the disciples gave to the multitudes. So they all ate and were filled, and they took up twelve baskets full of the fragments that remained. Now those who had eaten were about five thousand men, besides women and children.” Matthew 14:17-21

What business situations are you facing today? Is it a cash flow shortage, issues with staff, government issues, or customer problems? No matter the problem, you can turn to God in prayer and He will give you the wisdom to address it and turn what seems to be an impossible situation possible.

Copyright © 2010 Patrice Tsague ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scripture quotations are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

The Christian Patriot by Patrice Tsague

“Brethren, my heart desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved.” ~ Romans 10:1

by Patrice Tsague

What is your view of patriotism? Do you consider yourself a patriot? Do you pray for your country?

No one should be a greater patriot of his or her nation of residence than the Biblical Entrepreneur, since one of the objectives of business is to bring transformation to the community and the nation. The Biblical Entrepreneur is the engine of God’s economy; he is the provider of goods and services, the job creator, taxpayer, tither, philanthropist, and the shaper of values. The Biblical Entrepreneur is a patriot. However, the challenge with patriotism is that some, out of a lack of understanding or due to the historical problems of their nation, reject the notion of being a patriot. On the other hand, others, out of regard for the great history of their nation of residence, put their love for the nation above their love for the kingdom. In some cases there is just a complete misunderstanding of how to be a patriot for one’s country of birth or residence without compromising allegiance to the Kingdom.

A patriot is one who loves, supports and defends his nation. A Christian patriot is a citizen of heaven who is committed to bringing the kingdom of God to earth, beginning with the country where he resides in, out of a sincere love for that country and his commitment to the kingdom mandate.

The Apostle Paul was a Christian patriot; he recognized that his citizenship was not of this world yet his commitment to bringing the kingdom of God to Israel and the Gentiles was unparalleled. His love for these nations was out of his response to the mandate he received from his Commander in Chief and his sincere love for those nations. He never compromised kingdom values in his efforts to demonstrate his love and support for Israel. He recognized that the best way to show love to Israel was to show Israel the way of the kingdom. Although he was proud of Israel’s achievements, he recognized its limitations and errors. And although he recognized Israel’s limitations and errors, he still celebrated its achievements and God’s favor upon the nation.

Unfortunately, some Christians lack the proper understanding of a balanced view of patriotism. As a result, they either put their love for their country of residence above their commitment to the kingdom or think their commitment to the kingdom demands that they reject their country of residence. Fortunately, it is not an “either or” proposition since Christian patriots are called to demonstrate their commitment to the Kingdom by their love for their countries.

How do you exemplify Christian patriotism?

  1. Develop a kingdom worldview, Matthew 6:33
  2. Understand the kingdom mandate, Mathew 28:18-20
  3. Pray for the country and its leaders, Romans 10:1, Jeremiah 29:7
  4. Celebrate the achievements of the country, Acts 13:16-32, Romans 10:2
  5. Confront the unrighteousness of the country, Romans 10:3
  6. Enjoy the blessings and privileges of the country, Jeremiah 29:4-7
  7. When given the opportunity, share the good news, Romans 10:9-11

Christian patriotism is not easy but it is necessary if we are to achieve the mandate of Christ in any nation. For those of us who reside in a nation where there is a historical commitment to Judeo-Christian principles, we must remember never to make the mistake that the Jews made in the time of Jesus; they valued their traditions and achievements more than the God who gave them the tradition and achievements. For those who reside in a nation where there has been historical injustice, we must remember not to be so angered by the injustice that we forget how God has worked throughout the history of that country. As Christian patriots we are called to be grateful while demonstrating the love of Christ.

Where is your country of residence? Have you been a Christian patriot where you reside? Pray that God may show you ways to demonstrate His love for that nation without compromising kingdom principles though your business.

Copyright © 2011 Patrice Tsague ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scripture quotations are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Scarcity vs Abundance by Patrice Tsague

 

“Then His disciples said to Him, “Where could we get enough bread in the wilderness to fill such a great multitude?” ~ Matthew 15:33

by Patrice Tsague

Do you believe there are enough opportunities and resources to go around?  Do you fear that the success of your competitor will limit your success?

I am always amazed at the fact that even the most mature Christian operates based on the mindset of scarcity. Scarcity is a belief that there is insufficient supply of resources and opportunities to go around, while abundance is the belief that there is enough. Some believe that the pie gets bigger based on our faith, creativity and innovation while others believe that the pie is restricted to the size that we can see before us, so we must all hurry up and get our share before it runs out. What do you believe?

In Matthew 15, Jesus has just finished healing the multitude. Recognizing that they are hungry, He called on His disciples to find food for them to eat. His disciples are surprised by His request because they are in the wilderness and do not see provision anywhere in sight.  Jesus asks, “How many loaves do you have?”  They respond, “Seven, and a few little fish.” Notice that they had something but did not think it was enough. Jesus commands the multitude to sit down on the ground. He takes the bread, blesses it, and feeds over four thousand people, including men, women and children, with seven baskets of food left over. This story is found in various versions throughout the Gospels.

Jesus never saw a limitation of resources no matter the circumstances. Rather, He trusted the full provision of God the Father in every situation, while the disciples operated based on what they could see and did not tap into God’s abundant provision. What is the difference between an abundance mindset and a scarcity mindset?

Abundance mindset                Scarcity mindset

Trust God’s ability to provide     Trust in your own ability

Walk by faith                                 Walk by sight

Hopeful and optimistic               Full of fear and doubt

Share and give                              Hoard

Walk in contentment                  Never satisfied

Steward mentality                        Ownership mentality

Complete others                            Competitive

Exemplify fruit of the Spirit       Exemplify works of the flesh

Where do you fall? How do you react to feeling squeezed by the daily demands of life upon the resources you steward? Abundant thinking is not easy because the news media and our friends and family remind us daily of what we do not have and what we need. We are constantly comparing ourselves with our neighbors, which at times makes us feel even worse about what we think we do not have.  However, the benefits of the abundance mindset is that we walk in peace, God-fidence, gratefulness and are able to be a blessing to others. Take whatever resources you feel may be limited and begin to bless and thank God for them. Ask Him to open your eyes to see the abundance so you may walk in His complete provision for your life and business.

Copyright © 2010 Patrice Tsague ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scripture quotations are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Take Your Gifts Out of the Church Box

Did you know the original meaning of the word that we often use for work – vocation – is “calling”? Did you know that your calling doesn’t just apply to what you do in church? Were you aware that  your spiritual gifts can/should be used everywhere your feet tread?

Saturday, March 19th in Villa Rica, GA I will be facilitating “My Father’s Business: Taking Ministry to the Marketplace.” This luncheon and workshop is designed to equip Christian catalysts to find and fulfill their calling in the marketplace as an employee or entrepreneur. When Christians maximize their spiritual and economic potential in business, then families, churches, and the community all benefit. With the continuing economic crisis that our churches and communities are facing, this is timely event is needed for pastors, church leaders, entrepreneurs, and business leaders.

Key Topics:

  • The business of reconciliation
  • Kingdom entrepreneurship as a solution for unemployment
  • Mobilizing Christians to use their gifts and fulfill their purpose in the marketplace
  • Commissioning the five-fold ministers into the workplace
  • Building community bridges through spiritually empowered economic development solutions
  • Creating sustainable solutions to help churches improve financial health

Date: Saturday, March 19

Time: 11:30 AM – 4:00 PM *Lunch is included

Location: New Bethesda Christian Ministries, 214 Edge Road, Villa Rica, GA 30180 (Get map)

Registration: $15 (Click here)

Special Offer: Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be on sale at a 33% discount

Thrive on purpose,

Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.

Forsaking All by Patrice Tsague

So when they had brought their boats to land, they forsook all and followed Him. ~ Luke 5:11

by Patrice Tsague

Have you really given it all up for Christ? Are you operating your business on biblical principles out of Christian duty or because you recognize that it is God’s business? What else are you holding back from the Lord?

There is a difference between doing things for God and letting God do things through you, seeing Him as Savior and seeing Him as Lord. In Luke chapter 5, Jesus gets into the boat of Peter the fisherman to preach the Gospel. Jesus recognized that the businessman, whose boat He was using, had caught nothing all night. Once He completed His message he turned to Peter and gave him some fishing tips. Jesus’ instruction probably produced the greatest one time fishing harvest that Peter and his business partners had ever experienced. Moved by this experience, Peter recognized that the man he was dealing with was the Lord. Once Peter acknowledged Jesus as his savior, Jesus speaks destiny into Peter’s life, “from now on I will make you a fisher of man”. Without hesitation, Peter and his partners forsake all and follow Jesus. They make Him their Lord.

Have you had a marketplace experience with Jesus? Beyond Him being the Savior of your soul, have you made Him the Lord of your life and business?

In contrast to Peter and his partners’ response, Matthew 19:16-22 tells the story of a rich young ruler who comes to Jesus with a request for what he must do to obtain eternal life. Jesus’ response is that he must obey the commandments. The rich young ruler tells Jesus that he has done all that from the time of his youth. Jesus instructs him to forsake all and follow Him, but the rich young ruler goes away saddened because he feels he has too much to lose.

What was the difference between the rich young ruler and Peter and his partners? Why was Peter (and his partners) quick to forsake all, while the rich young ruler was saddened by the thought of forsaking all?

It is easy for us to think that once we put on “the kingdom business label” and take a Biblical Entrepreneurship class we are right with God and can receive His blessing, but God is looking for more than just labels. He is looking for us to follow Him and surrender all for His sake. He wants us to let Him take the wheel of our life and our business.

Like the rich young ruler, you may have done all that is required in the law since you committed your life and business to Him, but have you truly surrendered your life and business to Him? Evaluate yourself and your business today. Ask the Lord to show you the areas of your life that you still need to forsake for His namesake.

Copyright © 2010 Patrice Tsague ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scripture quotations are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

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Patrice Tsague, a gifted speaker, author, and entrepreneurship coach, is the Chief Servant Officer of Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM). He thrives on equipping and empowering Christians to take dominion and fulfill God’s plan for their lives through biblically based, entrepreneurial training. NPIM offers a proprietary certificate business discipleship course called the “Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program”. The program provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. Some of the courses offered include Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE I), Practices of Biblical Entrepreneurship (BE II), and Planning a Kingdom Business (BE III). To learn more about how NPIM launches entrepreneurs into their God-designed destiny, please visit www.nehemiahproject.org.

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Fulfill your purpose in 3D!

Are you aware that up to 97% of Christians surveyed disclose that they don’t hear sermons or messages that specifically connect their work life to their spiritual life? Are you one of them? If so, Dream B.I.G. in 3D will be the missing link for you to activate your gifts, find your niche, and fulfill God’s calling for you in the workplace.

This highly regarded book is a powerful tool to help you align your purpose, passions and professional skills. Learn more at www.DreamBIGin3D.com.