Becoming a Grateful Person

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I’m sure this is the 100th blogpost you came across about Gratitude, since Thanksgiving just happened a few weeks ago and we all had to stay true to the Holiday that focuses in giving thanks for everything you truly are blessed with. However,  being grateful shouldn’t be a once a year occurrence or the only time to really consider how much you should …

Shameless Persistence

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A funny story of persistence happened to me that I want to share with you that will inspire you to continue persisting in prayer. I recently moved into my new home and of course moving into a new home means a new address. I purchased a few items for myself and accidentally selected my old address. It was evident when …

Martha Mindset, Mary Heartset

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Mary dropped everything and sat at the feet of Jesus and listened to his teachings, without a care in the world. Sounds like a dream for all of us Martha’s, being able to sit and have a time to be still sounds unrealistic to people who love being busy but what if i told you that Mary was the answer to Martha’s problems.

Begin Your Day with REST, not CAFFEINE

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When I developed the habit of waking up early for prayer, it didn’t start with simply waking up early. It was about going to sleep early. I had to change the time I went to sleep if I wanted to keep my habit of waking up early for devotions. Otherwise, I knew it would not last for more than a …

Determined to Win

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These days, many of us are interested in improving the quality of their lives. Whether you’re attempting to overcome a sinful lifestyle, improve your walk with Christ, get a job, accomplish goals, or chase after a dream, the key to success is developing a determined attitude. I’ll give you a key that will not only start the engine of your dream …

The Power of a Growth Mindset

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As humans, we are constantly experiencing failure, it is unavoidable and part of life. From infancy we are taught to see failure as a bad thing. We are told that we should always strive as far away from failure as possible. This forms a toxic root in our lives that automatically acts out when experiencing failure. The growth mindset and …

Got Your Ears On?

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Why did Jesus go to such great lengths to disguise God’s truth in parables? Jesus could have given people straight information about God, but He chose to give many people only veiled truths. Why?  “That is why I speak to them in parables, because looking they do not see, and hearing they do not listen or understand.” Matthew 13:13 (CSB) …

Stressed

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Life is an unending kaleidoscope that moves at increasing speeds. As we grow in our lives new responsibilities pile on that can cause us to feel heavy and anxious. Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines stress as; a force exerted when one body or body part presses on, pulls on, pushes against, or tends to compress or twist another body or body …

My Dearest Friend

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As Jimmy Evans often says, “the greatest needs in a man is respect, sex, friendship with his wife, and domestic support.” You might have read that in a book or heard it in a podcast a few times, but I want to remind you how truly invaluable it is on being a friend to your spouse. I want to express …