As we move deeper into the Holiday Season, I am hoping that we all will become more compassionate towards others and ourselves.
Bitterness is poison that affects your attitude and the way you live your life. You may have a good reason to feel bitterness but it does not improve the quality of your life. It does instead alter your attitude and behavior and causes you to live without joy and inner peace. When you feel upset or bitter, maybe this is the time to call in your
We spend too much time trying to get others approval, acceptance and love.
We tend to drift in our lives and give into negative circumstances; in other words, we lose sight of our goal. If you are like me and desire to manifest for your life your highest potentiality then you must be consistent and tie your hopes to your Heavenly Father’s promise.
Just as in the story of Job in the bible, Our Heavenly Father allows the enemy to tempt and do all he can to trip us up. When we stay in faith and keep a good attitude, we can and will survive as we pass through the storm. We will, however, not only survive we will also start to thrive as we are also propelled into our greatness. When we choose to heal our lives in all areas,
This article is well timed because in our country we have just come out of two bad hurricanes and wild fires. We can all find a reason to be negative and live in fear, worry and self-pity but if you refuse to give these negative emotions your attention, you can easily move beyond them and arrive at the door of inner peace.
The enemy would love to have you remain a slave to your life, your past experiences, your hurts, pains and rejections.
How many people are missing out on receiving life’s fullest because they are not making the time or at least utilizing the right energy to take advantage of all the resources at their disposal?
Times do get tough; sometimes we want to give up because things don’t seem fair. We get discouraged and think maybe what I want isn’t meant to be for me, yet I want you to know just because your life gets tough, don’t give up, give in or get so discouraged that you settle for mediocrity.