Bishop Jordan’s Recipe for Success

Written by Zac Johnson
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Bishop Jordan knows the secret to success, and he is more than willing to share that secret with you.  There’s a well known quote by Bob Dylan that goes, “A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night, and in between he does something that he wants to do.” But people are dazzled by dollar signs, and such wisdom is commonly brushed aside in pursuit of financial success.  Yet all too often those searches for financial success yield absolutely nothing.

Prosperity is not a commodity.  Unlike a bag of cash or a bar of gold, you can’t physically touch prosperity, and certainly no one can give it to you.  But that doesn’t mean nobody can help.  Bishop Jordan has been teaching people how to become prosperous for over 30 years.  The teachings of Bishop Jordan are based on the fact that success is divinely ordained for us all: God does not want his people to suffer.  He wants us to be prosperous.  And Bishop Jordan believes that anyone can prosper, as long as we live in accordance with the divine will for prosperity.

Discovering ones personal path to prosperity is easier said than done.  Luckily, the teachings of Bishop Jordan are available to help guide us down the right path.  Bishop Jordan holds a Ph.D. in religious studies and has offered his guidance and expertise to several heads of state and powerful economic leaders.

As the author of over 60 books, some of which are best-sellers, and the host of a national television show, Bishop Jordan is well qualified to teach people all they need to know about how to flourish in today’s world.  Over the years, the man has amassed an enormous following of devoted students and listeners, all of whom would gladly attest to the life-transforming truths behind Bishop Jordan’s lectures.

Occasionally life will throw you curve balls.  Problems with your spouse or child can have a serious affect on one’s well being.  Strains and stressors such as these can have a negative effect on one’s financial security.  Bishop Jordan teaches that prosperity does not exist in a vacuum.

Although it’s said that family and blood don’t mix, the two are undeniably intertwined.  But when we synergize our perspectives on family and business, and work to correct all previous mistakes, we can obtain a level of success that was unimaginable beforehand.  Prosperity is yours for the taking; you just need to know where to look.

This guest article was written by Lindsay Nave.

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