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Date: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 11:21:25 -0700
To: conchr-l@xc.org
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Job interview (mis)treatment

True faith is a complex mystery.  If we fail 
to give ourselves totally to God's will, and
I am one of the worst offenders for holding
back a little bit here or a little bit there,
we are saying in effect that an Omnipotent
and Omniscient Creator is somehow less capable
than we, to take care of all our essential needs.
There is no small amount of pride at work in
such a mistaken belief.

This reservation is an indication that our faith
is still less than perfect.  As I say to certain
people when the occasion arises, try imitating
Christ for one whole year.  I truly expect that
our lives will be entirely different at the end
of that year -- different from what we were at
the start of that year, and different from where
we would have been, had we not made that commitment
in the first place.  

Try it!  

You will have nothing of any consequence to lose, 
and everything of any consequence to gain.

Do you remember that famous quote from O.J. Simpson's
attorney, Johnny Cochrane, during the preliminaries:

"So far, there has only been one Perfect Man."

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 12:34 PM 7/26/97 -0500, you wrote:
>From: Ron Harper <RonHarper@xc.org>
>To: conchr-l@xc.org
>Subject: CONCHR Job interview treatment
>Date: Saturday, July 26, 1997 4:32 AM
>BTW I haven't received a response yet but intend to send a letter
>registered mail in a week say that the invoice was not paid! : )
>Love it! Go get 'em Ron!  Reminds me of a letter I wrote after a
>disappointing interview.  I reminded the employer of the Biblical mandate
>to compensate with a fair (competitive) salary, and that I was not
>interested in working for anyone who failed to do so (the business was
>Ask anyone, interviewing is the pits. We forget, God is faithful. He knows
>our needs and He wants the very best for us. He has a plan, purpose and
>place for you alone. Seek His will.  
>A couple of months ago, God opened an employment door for me that looked
>hopeless. Turns out, other doors are opening there in ways I could never
>have dreamed of (major needs are being met).  God is good.
>"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."  Philippians 4:13
>Faith and Freedom
>You can unsubscribe from this conference at any time.
>Just send the command: unsubscribe conchr-l to <HUB@XC.ORG>

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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