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May 31, 2012
, this is one "hell" of a rock.

Devil's Tower
Salt & Light Volume V, Issue 22 by D. Scott Prindle

"Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord." (1 Corinthians 15:58)

A Strong Tower
On the way home from a business trip to Rapid City, South Dakota we visited Devil's Tower in Wyoming, our country's first National Monument. towerIt rises over 800 feet and covers about 1-1/2 acres of ground.

The Tower is all that remains after everything else around it crumbled and washed away.

From our perspective, it's a great symbol of two characteristics you have in Christ to always abound in life and business... especially during a flood of challenging times.

The first is that you are steadfast... in one place for a long time. Someone who is not flighty, but can be counted on when things are shaken up. Others look to you as a person who is like a rock.

The second is that you are immovable. You're not easily agitated or focused on when the world is coming to an end, but stable, grounded, and rooted in Christ.

You have an attitude that says, "I'm not moving until I see my God given desires come to pass!"

In these times people need to see what true faith looks like. You have a choice... to abound by being steadfast and immovable or to crumble away by being flighty and fickle.

God will use you in your business to be an example to the world of His unmovable, unwavering Presence. Jesus is the Rock and your strong tower... you are the visible evidence of Him to the world.

You are "God's Tower"!

scott & laurie prindle Love Never Fails,
Scott & Laurie Prindle
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