“Try not to let your emotions speed out of control to the point that God has to give you a speeding ticket for the things you quickly say out of your mouth, being quick to talk about the business of others and slow to talk about your own problems solutions.” ~ Jon Barnes
A business owner becomes the cook, waitress, dishwasher, or will work the job of a person who does not show up for work. There is no time to get emotional about jumping in and getting the work done, when someone is sick, absent, or has an emergency. Business owners take care of business and don’t have much time to talk about excuses or other people’s problems. Owners facilitate solutions, schedules, and deliverables in a timely fashion. Follow God’s directions. You will figure it out.
Once a good management system is in place, the business owner must communicate and go by the rules and lifestyle set for a good working environment to complete tasks and keep the team together. The team follows the rules and help out as much as possible, without murmuring and gossiping about work-related issues. Remember, it is God who listens to your thoughts and what you say to others. Be advised and stay out of God’s Holy Court House of Judgement, learn teamwork.
If you do not fit where you belong, get another job, a different business, or relocate to another place that is safe and will potentially meet your needs. Do not become a negative communicator or a bad apple just because you are unhappy. Why should you get a traffic ticket for your motor mouth from God, as you talk your way into Holy Court to explain your contempt to the Judge, Our Father? You will pay the fine for running the stop sign, stop light, speeding, or any other verbal traffic situation. A successful business learns to get to work, close your mouth, and click it or talk your way out of your blessings and get an expensive ticket.
Did you Thank God for helping you to follow His Business Plans, goals, and dreams for your best future or are you complaining and following the devil?
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Procedures for the Burnt Offering
1 The Lord called to Moses from the Tabernacle[a] and said to him,2 “Give the following instructions to the people of Israel. When you present an animal as an offering to the Lord, you may take it from your herd of cattle or your flock of sheep and goats.
3 “If the animal you present as a burnt offering is from the herd, it must be a male with no defects. Bring it to the entrance of the Tabernacle so you[b] may be accepted by the Lord.4 Lay your hand on the animal’s head, and the Lord will accept its death in your place to purify you, making you right with him.[c]5 Then slaughter the young bull in the Lord’s presence, and Aaron’s sons, the priests, will present the animal’s blood by splattering it against all sides of the altar that stands at the entrance to the Tabernacle.6 Then skin the animal and cut it into pieces.7 The sons of Aaron the priest will build a wood fire on the altar.8 They will arrange the pieces of the offering, including the head and fat, on the wood burning on the altar.9 But the internal organs and the legs must first be washed with water. Then the priest will burn the entire sacrifice on the altar as a burnt offering. It is a special gift, a pleasing aroma to the Lord.
10 “If the animal you present as a burnt offering is from the flock, it may be either a sheep or a goat, but it must be a male with no defects.11 Slaughter the animal on the north side of the altar in the Lord’s presence, and Aaron’s sons, the priests, will splatter its blood against all sides of the altar.12 Then cut the animal in pieces, and the priests will arrange the pieces of the offering, including the head and fat, on the wood burning on the altar.13 But the internal organs and the legs must first be washed with water. Then the priest will burn the entire sacrifice on the altar as a burnt offering. It is a special gift, a pleasing aroma to the Lord.
14 “If you present a bird as a burnt offering to the Lord, choose either a turtledove or a young pigeon.15 The priest will take the bird to the altar, wring off its head, and burn it on the altar. But first he must drain its blood against the side of the altar.16 The priest must also remove the crop and the feathers[d] and throw them in the ashes on the east side of the altar.17 Then, grasping the bird by its wings, the priest will tear the bird open, but without tearing it apart. Then he will burn it as a burnt offering on the wood burning on the altar. It is a special gift, a pleasing aroma to the Lord.