A Life That Works

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If we do not heed God’s principles for our lives, we can exist on this planet yet not come close to fulfilling our potential or experience the abundant life God intended for us.

There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death (Proverbs 14:12, NKJV).

The first 17 verses of Genesis 9 are a direct quotation in God’s own words giving principles for you and me and the entire human race to live by. If we want to live a life that works, overcoming the weakness that resides in all of us, we must heed these principles.

If we do not want to heed these principles, we have that freedom, but we will never live a life that works as it was created to work in the beginning.

It would be similar to having a new computer with a Pentium processor but using it only as a typewriter. It would do the job, but it wouldn’t even come close to fulfilling its potential. If we do not heed God’s principles for our lives, you and I can exist on this planet yet not even come close to fulfilling our potential or experiencing the abundant life God intended for us.

One primary reason for the collapse of society all around us is due to indifference and outright rejection of God’s principles. Our human weaknesses have become dominant, and life just does not work. So... for your own good, read God’s Word and live by God’s principles and enjoy a life that works!

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