The Christian Trader: Being Chosen

The Christian Trader: The Narrow Way
The Christian Trader: A Blossoming Attitude

“If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world [hates] you” (John 15:19, KJV).

Being Chosen

Trading is generally of the world and in the world. But what if God chooses you? Jesus said, “I have chosen you out of the world.” Do you dare to comply? And if you do comply, will you be completely ostracized? “Therefore the world [hates] you.” What do you do?

Embracing your Calling

To refuse the call of God is to refuse new life. To refuse to be chosen is choosing spiritual death. Embrace being chosen; embrace being called. What does God require?  God requires that you embrace your uniqueness as a trader. You need to separate from the world (collective thought) and follow God’s guidance through the trading labyrinth to discover your own trading style.

Spiritual Reality

Living in spiritual reality (the inner world) requires a dedication to the truth. God’s viewpoint needs to be predominant. Let go of your accumulated trading shoulds. Let yourself be guided by God’s step-by-step revelation of your own trading truths. Allow God to create – out of the friction of the markets – a diamond trading personality. As a diamond, you can perceive and reflect the many facets of the spiritual world. Accept being chosen . . . and be free. Trade multidimensionally.

The Christian Trader: The Narrow Way
The Christian Trader: A Blossoming Attitude

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