The other day I was watching Joel Osteen on television and he was talking about deleting negative things people may say about us. A lot of times we accept negative criticism that people say to us like, “you are never going to amount to anything in life; you’re never going to be the person you think you are going to be when you grow up (doctor, lawyer, etc.)”. Read More Here
I’m sure you’ve noticed how different human beings are! We’re all unique. Like the sun, the moon, and the stars mentioned in today’s scripture, God created each of us to be different from one another, and He did this on purpose. Each of us meets a need, and we are all part of God’s overall plan. Read More Here
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Sunday, February 24, 2013
If there are no impossibilities, then we can live in constant victory and nothing can threaten us or make us feel afraid of the future. Everything that is in the will of God will be accomplished in His way and timing.
Before we let go and let God be our all in all, we usually have to find out the hard way that we cannot do it all on our own. The hard way means we keep trying and failing over and over until we admit total dependence on God. It can be a long and painful journey and some never reach the end of themselves, but for those who do, it is the beginning of living with their soul at rest. They know they can’t do it all – but they also know that God can, and they decide that watching Him do what needs to be done, as only He can do, will be entertaining. I love to watch God work. It is one of my greatest pleasures in life.
Since we know that God is keeping the universe running properly every second of every day, why would we doubt that He can take care of us? He has all power, all authority, all wisdom, and He loves us with a perfect love that is promised to us unconditionally and forever. Are you leaning on Him in every situation? Do you believe God is good, and that He wants to be good to you? Put your faith in Him and enter His rest.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
I still have to remind myself of this. Once I hurt my voice by specking in a seminar with an extremely store throat. That morning when I woke up, I knew I shouldn't speak, but I thought about the disappointment of the audience if I didn't So I forced myself to speck, but the next day I could not make a sound. I couldn't continued, and I begin to worry. I finally went to the doctor, who told me I had damage my vocal cords. He said each time we push ourselves beyond reasonable limits, we do some damage, and if we do it too often, we get to a point where we can’t recover. He said it might reach a point where I could not tech at all if I did not respect my voice and take care of it.
I nearly jeopardized my entire public ministry! If I had permanently damage my voice, I would have wound up helping far fewer people and derailing my life’s calling. Now I’m more careful about protecting the tools I need to do God’s work- my voice, my mind, my heart, my emotions, and my body. Please take care of yourself so you can glorify God and do all that He has intended for you to do.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
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Integrity is being committed to a life of excellence, as our God is excellent. It is doing the right thing every time, no matter what it costs us.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
2. I always wanted to learn how to snow board one day.
- How long have you been blogging? Almost a year now. My first blog was young adults finance. I started “My Unique Girlz” last year.