BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL, AND WILL BE SUCCESSFUL




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In the Gospel of Mark 9:23, Jesus told the father of a young demon:


If you can believe, who believes that everything is possible.



Faith plays a very important role in all the things that a person has to do. Building confidence in personal potentials is decisive to achieve a personal goal.


Being successful requires building trust first in God and then in the skills God has placed in you. If your goal is to be a professional in a particular branch, believe that you can succeed in that career and will be the most competitive professional in your academic degree. Everything consists in believing. Trust in God gives us the full assurance that we can achieve what we have established. Being successful means a set of wonderful and positive things. If you commit to a goal and go with the doubt and insecurity of achieving it, you will be defeated and failed.


Success is synonymous with success and synonymous with prosperity. In the Christian life, God demands that you believe what you intend to be under the will of God, and you will become a successful person, in which everything you undertake will help you well.


The apostle Paul was a successful evangelist, because he put all his trust in the Lord. Reaching the goals of evangelizing different places in the world (Asia, Europe) was not easy, however, his faith in God allowed him to bring multitudes of souls to the feet of Christ.
When Paul felt weak to reach a goal, he said: "I can do everything in Christ that strengthens me." Paul's faith focused on Christ, and this gave him enough strength to advance his evangelization career and be a person of many successes.


There may be several trials, persecutions, death threats, multiple dangers and abundant needs in the career you have undertaken to achieve your goal, but, if your faith is well established in God, you will have the necessary triumphs to receive your reward.


Keep your eyes on God and you will be a successful and successful person in everything you undertake.



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