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Os Hillman • Adversity
Do you find yourself in a season of adversity? If so, meditating on scripture is one of the most important things you can do right now. Os Hillman has compiled some of his most helpful scriptures he has meditated upon during times of adversity.
Os Hillman • Adversity
When God raises up His change agents it will sometimes involve being placed in a cave of isolation. This article illustrates how King David overcame being in the Cave of Adullam, and how we too can overcome and learn the things God desires us to learn in our own times of isolation (and preparation). Understand why each of us may be thrust into our own cave of isolation.
Os Hillman • Finance
If you are being impacted by the current economic downturn let me encourage you not to fear! We know who holds the future. And that is Who we place our trust in. Realize that fear is not from God. 2 Tim 1:7 tells us that "For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. "
Os Hillman • Leadership
David was a man who knew pressure. Sometimes that pressure was a result of his own doing. Other times it was a result of the calling upon his life.



Everyone has times when pressure is placed upon them. It can bring the fires of adversity upon us when we least expect it. In the workplace, pressure can come in many different ways. A boss may pressure you for more sales. Conflicts may arise when a co-worker views things differently and you begin to accuse one another. A botched job may bring pressure on you to cut corners or to make allowances for other's failures. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Os Hillman • Adversity
This is chapter one of the book, The Upside of Adversity. It is a book that describes the journey of Os Hillman and others who have experienced major adversities in their lives and how God has turned their adversities in new callings in life. A special focus on the "Joseph Calling" is addressed throughout the book, which Hillman feels is a calling to men and women in the marketplace.
Os Hillman • Adversity
There are a number of reasons why you or I will experience adversity during our lifetimes. Some segments of the church today have been wrongly taught that adversity is a sign that God has removed His blessing. Nothing could be further from the truth. The Scriptures clearly teach us that trials are a part of a walk with God. No man or woman who has achieved much in the kingdom has been spared some form of trial or adversity. God gives specific reasons for some of our trials. Other times the purpose is to identify with the cross of Christ. We must view adversity as God does--as a means to conform us to the image of His Son. Making us more Christlike is the ultimate goal of all of our experiences with God.




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