There’s a competition going on inside of you every day. Our desire to improve ourselves is competing with the demands of everyday living. Never get too busy staying alive to figure out how to live.
God created you for a purpose and He will never require anything more of you than your best; but He will allow you to grow. As you press on, persist, endure, and strain against what you believed were your boundaries, in His infinite wisdom, He considers the value of your learning.
Life is here for living. I will no longer simply exist. I am FREE! Whose will is stronger? Eliminate the fears through love. Fear cannot exist in love.
There is nothing in this world that will ever prevent God from accomplishing that He has set out to do in my life. He has promised me His best, and He cannot lie. I already have the desires of my heart. Remain at peace. Know and trust the Lord your God is good and blesses you continually… without fail or exception
Develop your availability to handle, manage, receive, and grow from God’s blessings.
Life is about growth and flow. Why would God send wealth or any of the treasures in life to a destination that would cause them to become stagnant?
You can only lose if you desire to do so! Choose life. Choose abundance. Choose joy, happiness, fulfillment, strength, excellence, and love. Choose substance, and only choose principles.
All you can do is succeed… why succeed in the dark?
“It’s not actual pain that drives us, but our fear that something will lead to pain. And it’s not actual pleasure that drives us, but our belief – our sense of certainty – that somehow taking a certain action will lead to pleasure.”
– A. Robbins
You can think your way out of anything. If you put your mind to it. No matter what the problem is, your mind is capable of coming up with a solution… but once a solution becomes apparent, that’s when other factors come into play: focus, determination, strength, persistence, resilience, etc.
“If you tell me how you get your feeling of importance, I’ll tell you what you are. That determines your character. That is the most significant thing about you.”
– Dale Carnegie