The Sydney Opera House is one of the best-known buildings, recognized around the world as a global symbol of Australia. The construction started in 1959 headed up by a world-class Danish architect.
Peter Lynch’s spot in the list of greatest investors stems in large part from his work with the Fidelity Magellan Fund between 1977 and 1990. During this thirteen-year period, the fund posted an annual average return of 29%
The essence of faith is clearly defined for us in Hebrews 11 where it says, “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see,” (NIV).
One of the most gratifying positions to be in in life is when we have the capacity and the willingness to help others. It is especially meaningful when we are able to do good for those close to us who in some way are in need.
It is impossible to look at this title and not think of the well know hymn, “Trust and Obey.” Here’s the background story on this beloved hymn. One night at a Dwight L. Moody evangelistic meeting in Brockton, Massachusetts, a young man stood up to testify about his confidence of salvation. He said, “I am not quite sure,” meaning that he wasn’t really certain that God would save him from his sins—and then he continued, “But I’m going to trust, and I’m going to obey”—meaning that he planned to trust God for his salvation and to do what he could to obey God’s will.
There is a well known Latin term “carpe diem” which means to “seize the day.” It is used to urge someone to make the most of the present time and give little thought to the future. Enjoy the pleasures of the present without any concern for tomorrow. It is one option of how to view one’s approach to life.