No matter where a person is in life, they will come to a point in time when they evaluate all factors within their lives and set standards. The highest of these standards will come to be established as priorities and classify them as the "important things of my life". In a similar manner, during the Christmas season, a follower of Jesus will set priorities that may follow the concentric circle of faith, family, and friends.
In my life, I have often heard about "righteous" people doing well in life and living with success. Yet I have also heard of people who have strived to live a life of "righteousness" and have found it to be full of challenges and hardship, never quite experiencing "doing well" or "living with success". However, in God's Word, I found chapter 34 from the Book of Psalms, where David is found seeking after the Lord God and crying out to Him about the troubles and affliction he is facing; the Lord God hears him and both saves and delivers from all of them.
In Part 1, I wrote about my personal experience of Water Baptism and Baptism in the Holy Spirit. It is my hope that my testimony will encourage others who are considering or in the process of preparing to enter into either or both of the baptisms. In part 2, I am more academic in my approach and have made a presentation as a brief summary of the role of the Holy Spirit in the believer.
The most commonly known forms of baptism are by water and of the Holy Spirit. Both forms of baptism play an important role in the spiritual development of a born-again believer (Christian) in Christ Jesus. The following is my experience and understanding thereof.
In life, there are moments when circumstances and events begin to escort a person out of a facet of their known life and into a different one. Sometimes the transition is not what as expected. Furthermore, it can be rough and bring challenges into a person’s life. Yet, for born-again Christians, this facet of life does not have to be a dreadful moment, they can arise in faith and serve in the areas where God has them at that moment in time.
The Do-It-Yourself (D.I.Y.) movement continues to grow each day. It has been greatly encouraged and supported by businesses in the field of hardware, remodeling, and decorating. The number one manner of supporting the D.I.Y. movement has been through workshops. These workshops have helped increase the skills and confidence level of their customers. Furthermore, these workshops have generated engagement with their customers and increase in revenue of sold products. This is good for both the customer and business, why not a coffee shop?
Time is one of the most valuable concepts developed by mankind. It helps us with the daily routine of our lives and business operations. Its value must be managed and guarded in order to use it to its full potential.
Target Marketing is an essential skill to have in a bookshop. In these days, there are multiple means for purchasing, renting, or getting a free book. In addition, books may be found in the forms of physical, electronic, or audio. Yet, all of these books are available to a diversity of customers, hence it is important to know who those customers will be and what is it that they desire from their book selections as well as the service they expect from your bookshop.
Bookshops vary in shape and size. Yet they must be organized well in order for the customers to receive great service. Hence, part of the organization of a bookshop involves square-foot space and intended activities.
Visiting and working in a bookshop can be a great experience. You can discover new topics of interest, find some classics, and sit down to read a book or two as you sip on a cup of tea or coffee. However, much of your experience will be dependent on the organization system that is used at the bookshop.
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