So God laws for success cant be changed. Anyone can apply them and succeed. So that is what the people of Babel did. So God changed their language to confuse them. Now anyone who has been successful at something can write or speak about success principles. At least those are principles that the speaker has tried and had real success with. The speaker has become an authority on those. For, those principles he knows have worked and so they are practical and have value.
Our claim is that having one language as a means of communication is invaluable or important to achieve success in any organizational setting—whether it is non-profiteering or not. “No two persons can have any meaningful discussion (and let me add: fulfillment of any common goals or plans) without having the same meanings and understandings of the words used.”
All members must by their free will choose to act as members of the group or team. There must not be any room for individualistic operators. We can be sure that if members do not choose to act together, there will be disunity and unresolved conflicts. In the end, the organisation will fail; the members of the groups scattered.
For the success of the Babylonian people’s vision or plan to build the tower was noted by God (Gen 11:6). In fact the people obeyed yet another divine principle or oracle which states: “Write the vision, and make it plain upon tablets, that he may run who reads it.” (Hab. 2:2). This Scripture encourages, for success, all members of a group should be sold out to one vision.
So did we break the law of accountability or causality when we ask for forgiveness? The law of cause and effect in sin and punishment, was set off and could never be broken. By seeking forgiveness, what we, in fact did, was to set off another law that interacted with the first. And God’s purpose of teaching us, is fulfilled