A Happier You + Home + Biz
You’ve prayed about it, resisted for a week or two but before you knew it you, were right back at it. You made excuses for a while but sooner or later you start sensing that conviction once again that says, “let it go!”
“But how God, how?” Is that your questions?
I have seen words pierce people deeper than a sword and leave wounds that take a lot longer to heal than a broken bone. Words definitely have the potential to hurt people. Words can be used to hurt other people as well as hurt ourselves.
God doesn’t do Google Maps. You cannot tell Him where you want to go in your life and receive a step-by- step
list on how to get there, what it will be like, and how long it will take to reach your destination.
God has given you an unique message to share with your corner of the world and I’m here to help! I want to help you share your heart, life lessons, and wisdom with as many people as possible on the wonderful world wide web by you named it, blogging!
Today, we are living in a society where the practice of celibacy is not the norm and is seen as an outdated thing of the past. Not only in the secular world, but also in the lives of many Christian believers. Many Christians hold the same beliefs of those in the world which is the notion that you should test drive the vehicle before making the purchase.
If you have a relationship with God and you are operating on this level for too long, He will eventually convict you and call you to a higher level of living. How do I know? This is the way I have lived most of my life, and in this season God is saying to me: “I am requiring more of you for where I am taking you.This level you are operating on are producing good results that are getting the approval of men, but…
The word “mind” appears in scripture 142 times. God cares about what we think. He knows our thought life directly impacts our actions or lack thereof. There are things God desires to do in your life but your mindset can hinder them.
From the time we were little we were introduced to the idea that our happiness is obtainable once we reach this successful future we plan to create for ourselves one day. We were told in order to have a good life, we must set goals and work on accomplishing those goals, and once we do, we will be happy.
There’s no blueprint for life – it’s a journey with God. Although, God doesn’t give us specific answers to all of life’s major decisions in advance, He does provide us with direction, wisdom and make Himself available for the answers we need along the way.
Sometimes we unconsciously allow our fears to rule us, and the choices we make. Part of why this happens is that we have a hard time delving deep within ourselves, and acknowledging what most scares us.