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Success is not a person's class, wealth, position, power and influence. Our transformation or growing in our walk with Jesus is success in God’s eyes.

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Bible Teachings on Success

To balance out the "work hard and succeed" promises of the Book of Proverbs, the Book of Ecclesiastes assures us that human beings cannot find their...

Character is important in shaping who we are and who we are in Christ. Here are some solid words of scripture to validate its importance.

Debt, whether associated with poverty or not, is a form of slavery. Following God's principles will break the hold of both poverty and debt.

The worst kind of pride is spiritual pride. Jesus understood this, knowing that people who appear religious can be incredibly vain.

Martin Luther defined faith as "a living, daring confidence in God's grace." It is such an important element in the good life that we refer to our...

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Questions about Success

The problem is that just because you’re a good person doesn’t give you a ticket to heaven.

Poverty is a lack of money or material possessions. Debt, whether or not associated with poverty, is a form of slavery. Following God's...

Primarily, success for us should mean being saved and knowing we will go to heaven. Beyond that, success means to learn and to apply heavenly...

Coveting is a condition of the heart--an inner condition which ultimately leads to an outer offense.

We usually define success in terms of money, power, influence—and being envied, of course. This is not the view of the Bible.

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Devotions about Success

I find it comforting that the writer of Hebrews also endorsed this "fake it 'til you make it" approach to excellence

When God created the universe and everything in it, He said it was very good. He also created you - what do you think He said?

If you will learn to run with the weights on, when they come off, you'll be surprised how fast you can run - in athletics and in life.

Learning to swim is a lot like learning to trust the Lord to help us navigate life - no one wants to drown.

Our Savior came to us as a poor man, not as a king. He was terribly unimpressed with the Temple and all its glitz, but deeply concerned with people,...

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Videos about Success

Best-selling author and psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman discusses how parents can help their children have fun while gaining educational excellence.

Author James P. Owen explains how Baby Boomers can slow the aging process and improve their physical function.

Author and actress Sam Sorbo shares how to instill Godly qualities in your children, and promotes her new movie with husband Kevin Sorbo, Let There...

Author Jeannie Cunnion warns moms not to be caught up in the worry, anger, guilt and shame that comes from the expectation to be a "perfect parent".

World Series Champion Matt Holiday is a New York Yankee, helping mentor the team’s young, emerging talent and contributing as a hitter in their...

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Articles on Success

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Expecting Success, Planning for Failure

Every addiction and every behavior someone wants to quit can also have a sneaky hiding place for it to be able to slip back in.

As cleanup begins in Phoenix, a new college basketball champion has been crowned. CBN Sports talks with teams from both locker rooms about the impact...

God planted the abilities, desires, and dreams within our spirits to begin with. We just have to realize that He wants us to succeed even more...

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Be Glad—You Who Trust & Obey

With just a little bit of planning, you can accomplish the goals God has for your life.

It may sound like I am suggesting that Christians shouldn't save. But what I'm actually arguing for is saving for the right reasons.

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