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The Journey 7: Acting Wisely to Make Knowledge Acceptable

May 31, 2017 0 Comments

Acting Wisely to Make Knowledge AcceptablePosted by Wise Jargon on Friday, May 26, 2017

This week, I talked about how I started to write my novel, The Brotherhood of the Scroll, after listening to Pastor Chuck Swindoll teach about the Book of Jeremiah in his radio program, Insight for Living. When I published my novel in 1999, God led me to explore a new technology called Print On Demand publishing, as well as to learn more about selling books and other things online.

I talked about Proverbs 15:2 and how God was leading me to apply God’s ancient wisdom in our modern age, and train up warriors for Christ. At that point in time, I didn’t have a firm idea of exactly what that would mean. However, between creating my novel, working in a technology firm, and also writing a book on technology trends businesses should be aware of when buying technology, I was beginning to see how God might use me in spreading His word on the new Information Superhighway that was being built all around me.

What about you? Have you ever seen trends in the economy that will affect how you live and what you will do? How have you responded? I’d love to see your story. Please consider sharing that here.

Also, I mentioned a course you might find of interest if you are looking to self publish on Amazon’s Kindle technology. You can find that course at https://tinyurl.com/y9zpbyvx.

Thanks for watching my Facebook Live video.  You can like my channel at www.facebook.com/wisejargon I encourage you to add your thoughts that this lesson has sparked for you.  What steps will you take starting TODAY to act on those thoughts?

Thanks, and God bless.

About the Author:

David Lantz is a self-published author, adjunct college professor and leadership consultant. Visit my online courses at https://generationselfemployed.zenler.com/ and like my facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/wisejargon and

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