I am humbled beyond measure at this past week’s numbers. I’ll admit, it’s very easy to praise the Lord when things are going well. I won’t go into the details of the numbers, because the last thing I want to do is boast. I understand that this is all a blessing from the Lord. I want to give glory to Whom glory is due.
So, let this be a reminder that if you endeavor to start an eBay business, make sure the Lord has lead you to do so. eBay is not my primary focus. I strive to maintain an order of importance in the way I live my life.
1. My relationship with God is the top priority.
2. My relationship with my wife is second.
3. My interaction with others with a focus on the Gospel.
4. My duty to serve Eastside Baptist Church as an assistant to the Pastor and a leader for the Youth group.
after all of these priorities are taken care of, then I make sure eBay is taken care of. If, tomorrow, I had to set eBay aside to give due diligence to my main priorities, I would gladly do it in a heartbeat.
The Lord has placed this opportunity to sell on eBay in our lives at a time when we needed it. I did not want to have to take on a part-time job to sustain us, but was willing to if needed. It was also the wish of Pastor Spencer that I not add a part-time job unless it was absolutely necessary. God opened the door for us to give eBay a try and it has been everything we needed and then some. It’s flexible and you can get as much out of it as you put into it. It’s perfect.
Now, I said all of that to make this statement:
This blog exists to be an assistance to those desiring to sell on eBay.
Many friends of mine have started to sell and with much success. I pray that the success that the Lord has given Sierra and I can be perpetuated.
If any of you have questions about the selling process, please don’t hesitate to ask me. I’ll try to answer, even if it takes a while to respond. I will also try to post updates to this blog as time allows. So, stay tuned.
May the Lord bless your endeavors!
–Corey & Sierra Estep