Ten Laws for Success
Keys to Win in Work, Family, and Finance
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From Renowned Religious Leader and Host of The 700 Club, Pat Robertson.
Know not just how the world works, but how it's supposed to work.
This book will teach you ten overriding laws given by Jesus that will help you achieve your goals and bring about economic success for your family.
Pat Robertson brings you a real-world guidebook that can revolutionize your life. Ten Laws for Success uncovers ten overriding laws given by Jesus Christ that are as powerful and constant as the law of gravity.
These ten laws can help you:
- Lead a successful, prosperous, and meaningful life
- Bring to your family blessing and economic success
- Build unity to achieve your goals
- Discover winning principles of leadership and personal growth
- Grow in perseverance and reap its rewards
- Find healing, financial blessing, and marital bliss
"I have learned that when Jesus Christ makes a clear statement that is not limited to time, place, or recipient, that statement becomes a fundamental law that is as powerful as a law of nature itself." --Pat Robertson.
Charisma House, 9781629998701, 96pp.
Publication Date: January 7, 2020
About the Author
M. G. "Pat" Robertson is a renowned religious leader, a philanthropist, an educator, and an author. He founded The Christian Broadcasting Network, of which he is chairman and whose flagship program, The 700 Club, he hosts; Regent University, where he is the chancellor; Operation Blessing, an international humanitarian organization; the American Center for Law and Justice; and many other organizations. Born March 22, 1930, Pat graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Washington and Lee and has a Juris Doctor from Yale University Law School and a master of divinity from New York Theological Seminary. His twenty-one books include The Secret Kingdom, which was the number one religious book in America. Pat and his wife, Dede, have four children, fourteen grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren.