The Surefire Route to Career Success

Proverbs 16:3 Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.

It’s funny how hard I’ve been resisting the idea of writing a scripture-inspired career blog. The problem — in my mind — is that nobody else is writing a similar type of blog, and so I’ve been afraid that it would fail. However, scripture above tells me just the opposite.

Yeah, this isn’t your average career blog, it’s different, because it is committed and dedicated first and foremost to my Lord.

My prayer for today:

Thank you, heavenly Father, for blessing my business so abundantly and for the wonderful clients, mentors, and role models you have brought and continue to bring into my life.

Lord, I commit this blog to you first and foremost and to job seekers and prospective clients second. I pray that you will provide me with divine inspiration for its contents and use it to touch the lives of thousands of career professionals so that they would see YOUR wisdom, love, and truth and take comfort in your holy words and plans to prosper them and never harm them and plans to give them hope and a future (Jeremiah 29:11). 

Lord, scripture tells us you would never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5). Father, please use me to pour your abundant blessings and provisions on each and every person who reads this blog. May they find comfort and wisdom in the words, not from me but from you, and may they commit their careers to you first, Father, so that they may have your assurance of success. I ask these things of you, in the name of your sweet son, Jesus Christ.

Amen.

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2 Responses

  1. Susan Whitcomb Says:

    Kudos Robyn. I can hear heaven’s applause. Applying scripture to the career journey not only gives us the roadmap we need for the journey, but the master Navigator Himself to guide and comfort. Keep on writing … it’s all HIS-story anyway. :)

  2. Billy Parsons Says:

    Studying your website has brought me more confidence about my job search. Using God’s word to illustrate the journey, with its peaks and valleys, very much brings a calm to me. I know His direction for my life is already written and your words of encouragement are a great reminder of that truth.

    Thank you.