Confidence through Knowledge of Truth
Be sure you are right, then go ahead.
Because thou hast asked this thing . . . 1 have given thee a wise and an understanding heart. . . And I have also given thee that which thou bast not asked, both riches and honor.
ONE OF THE MOST essential concomitants of prosperity is confidence: self-confidence and confidence in others, trust in the outcome of an undertaking, and assurance that one is in the right and bound to win. Without this deep interior faith, one cannot draw the confidence of others and so have the co-operation of all those whose aid and abetting give a person standing in the business world.
SELF-CONFIDENCE AND CHRIST
Everything works for and to the credit of those who “know in whom” they have believed and who have great principles as the foundation of their confidence in themselves and in their enterprise.
Credit is one of not the greatest, in the world today. It would be impossible to carry on the immense amount of commerce and trade found in the world if it were not for the credit system. There is not enough coined money in existence to serve as the medium of exchange for