Finance, friendships, and spirituality are all necessary factors that can guarantee success, and Business Secrets from the Bible was written to attest to such a claim. Everyone is in constant pursuit of a happier and successful life. This remains to be the primary drive that mobilizes people, but despite our consistent hard work, only a few people achieve it. This book offers fresh ways on how to approach success, which all are derived from religious teachings presented in the Bible. With lessons written for people who dream of having a stable financial and spiritual life, this book imparts humble teachings on how to make peace with misgivings while giving out ideas on how to utilize it for prosperity. Pieces of Advice for financial improvements, spiritual awakening, and personal connections are all rooted in the Bible with the intention of behavioral change through the book’s persuasive approach.
With wisdom acquired from years of studying the Bible, the author emphasizes money and its relation to spirituality. Moreover, lessons of self-discipline, integrity, and character are highlighted to enforce an idea of how these things are crucial to attain success. It is value-laden in hopes of encouraging people to develop a sense of positivity in money-making, all while utilizing religious-based techniques.
- Highlights the idea that gains and earnings are God-sent rewards for social involvement and service
- Emphasizes the essence of service, leadership, sharing, structures, change, and boundary development
- Persuades people to create connections with others and develop sympathy for them consistently
- Renders lessons on character development while boosting them to carry on with their pursuit of prosperity despite uncertainty and dangers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rabbi Daniel Lapin is the man behind the inspirational Business Secrets from the Bible. He gained popularity in a world of business and religion with his unique ways of translating bible teachings to deliver lessons on finance-related ventures. His endeavor has rallied numerous Jews and Christians to become more faithful. Back in 2007, his name landed on Newsweek magazine’s list of the most influential rabbis.