26 February 2010

I Need a Goal

Yes, Daystar, that wholesome "Christian" television station is telling me tonight, among other things, that I need a goal. Without a goal I can't hope to do anything. Mike Murdock of The Wisdom Center in Fort Worth, Texas told me and millions of other people that "an unbeliever with a goal has more power than a Christian without a goal." Huh? What happened to "greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world"? So now, in order to achieve my goals (which according to Murdock are apparently all worldly, material, temporal things) I need to pick a wall in my house to be my "goal wall." On this wall I will post pictures of goals I want to achieve. Pictures of things like the house I want to have someday, or the car I want to drive, you know, all those material items that will make me appear so successful and prosperous by the world's standards.

And finally, the most important "Success Key" that Mike Murdock shared was this:
Decisions Decide Wealth: "Decisions about your dominant gift determine your finances for your life."
That's right, because it's all about the money, isn't it? 

I'm so glad that I tuned in tonight. I think I'll take extra time tonight for a little "speak it, receive it" prayer. Oh, brother!

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