When you look at a résumé, each one has a beginning, a middle, and an end.
Some are longer than average, others are shorter. The question is this: When God reads your résumé of life, what will it say? (And He will read it.)
While all of us suffer disappointments, heartaches, and betrayals, we must strive to use those experiences to create a better picture – a brighter image. With each experience, we must reflect on where we were and where we are headed.
In this guide to writing a résumé that will please God, the author draws on examples from the the Old Testament story found in 1 Samuel 25 so you can serve God better, respond to God’s spirit as He leads, trust in the Lord, and resist Satan.
She reminds everyone that we are writing a résumé for God and not for each other. One day, we will stand before Him as He reads – and no matter what you’ve done up to this point, it’s never too late to make the rest of your pages a beautiful portrait of a life well lived.