If you’re a person in the world of business but hates confrontation, then there are things that you must learn in order to thrive in this industry. The Cosmic Economics will help guide you and give you different ways in confronting people, whether this is an enemy in the office of just a regular neighbor annoying you.
Forcing a confrontation on your terms provides you with a number of options: it lets you guard your weaknesses and play to your strengths; at the same time, you’re working off the enemy’s weak points and negating his strengths. In Mark 11:23, Jesus says, “‘For assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, “Be removed and cast into the sea,” and does not doubt in his heart, but believes… he will have whatever he says’” (Mark 11:23).
Do you see how this can be interpreted as Jesus talking about shaping the conflict to our will? All the obstacles we encounter in life, all the mountains we have to move, all of these things we can conquer and take possession of. To learn more about these great strategies, get your copy of Bishop E. Bernard Jordan’s “Cosmic Economics”.