Someone has defined failure as succeeding at something that doesn't really matter. Are you passionate about things that last? I hope so.
You invest more than one-third of your life at work. Punch the clock, turn on the computer, start your engines at 8 a.m., rest a few minutes at noon, but keep your mind and body in gear till the sun has set. Then tomorrow—repeat. Sound familiar?
So how can your relationship with God grow in all this? The easy temptation is to separate your life into two parts: career—public; faith—private.
But considering how much of your life you spend engaged in your career, perhaps that is the ideal place to grow in your relationship with Christ.
Here are stories of friends of mine who have learned that looking a little higher helps us find the things money can and cannot buy.
None can deny that money plays an enormous role in all our lives…even when we keep our perspective and steer clear of greed.