Success In The Mist of Chaos?


Over 10 Million jobs lost in the United States… Billions of people self quarantining all across the globe… Infections and deaths rising by the day…

It’s pure chaotic right now and it only took a few short weeks for all of this to truly unfold.

In this day in age, the world wants you to be afraid. They want you to be very afraid. Full of fear at what is happening and telling you to stay inside for your own safety, or else you might get hit by… The Coronavirus!

They want you to feel less hope. Don’t believe me? Look at the headlines on every major network!

Now far be it from me to go against what is said in regards to our own personal safety. Should we stay inside? Absolutely! People are seriously getting harmed and dying from whatever this COVID 19 pandemic truly is.

However, while we’re inside, we shouldn’t stand idly by in fear waiting for restrictions to be lifted.

This is the time we should be taking to get closer to God, to get closer to our family, to work on that project you put on the side because you didn’t have time, to activate that God Given Dream that was placed in your heart and that you didn’t feel qualified to do!

Not sure how to go about that?

It’s going to take a lot more than the Presidential Election, the Superbowl, and a Coronavirus Global Pandemic to stop this show from airing! My God is Greater!

Tune in tonight at 9pm EST to watch Dr. Ron Eccles and Simon T. Bailey (This is Simon’s second appearance) on God Made Millionaire TV with TC Bradley as they talk about what they’re up to in the mist of all the chaos and how they can help others become successful in business.

SPOILER ALERT: There’s a special gift for viewers who tune in tonight provided by Dr. Ron Eccles and Simon T. Bailey, so be on the look out for that. All I can say is it’s perfect timing! ???

Watch it on The Word Network or watch it online at 9pm EST


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