Tesla Turmoil

Tesla Turmoil


Mr. Musk paused again. “I thought the worst of it was over — I thought it was,” he said. “The worst is over from a Tesla operational standpoint.” He continued: “But from a personal pain standpoint, the worst is yet to come.”

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Mr. Musk continued: “But from a personal pain standpoint, the worst is yet to come.”

Such is the nature of us all in our sins.

Unless we surrender to the work of God’s grace in our lives everything will go from bad to worse even as we foolishly hope for the better.

For through the Spirit, by faith, we eagerly wait for the hope of righteousness. Galatians 5:5

There is power from God which provides hope, given to those who hate their own lives for Jesus. Just don’t think you can short-change God with your idea of cheap grace. 1Therefore, my beloved, just as you have always obeyed me, not only in my presence, but much more now in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; Philippians 2:12

Poor Elon Musk, and most others, they will always believe the lie and think the worst is over when hell is just around the corner.

 

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(foxbusiness.com)—He said he had been working up to 120 hours a week recently — echoing the reason he cited in a recent public apology to an analyst whom he had berated. In the interview, Mr. Musk said he had not taken time off of more than a week since 2001, when he was bedridden with malaria.

“There were times when I didn’t leave the factory for three or four days — days when I didn’t go outside,” he said. “This has really come at the expense of seeing my kids.

And seeing friends.” Mr. Musk stopped talking, seemingly overcome by emotion.