Real faith expresses itself in changed behavior. It’s not just something we think, feel, or say.
Deep down, I’ve known for a long time that I had a problem. Looking back, I see it was something I struggled with for as long as I can remember. It made me do things I wish I could stop. It ruined relationships and alienated friends. It filled me with regrets over my weakness.
Chronic pain is more common in American adults than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined.
Life is a journey that’s not over till that last breath. Don’t get apathetic. Don’t let that spark go out. Don’t let your age stop you from trying something new.
You’ve heard it said, “If it feels good, do it!” and “Do whatever makes you happy because that’s the most important thing,” right? No choice, no action, is without consequence.
First-world problems can really be a sobering reminder of the opulence in which we live and how easy it is to take what we are blessed with for granted.
There are times I feel bolder than others, and they are encouraging, but then fear sneaks up behind me and grabs me around the throat, choking the self-confidence out of me again. What am I so afraid of?
It’s amazing how many negative beliefs we adopt over our lifetime that subconsciously hold us back from reaching our full potential. Do whatever it takes to push on through. It’s the only way we’ll find out what God has in store for us.
Writing your own rules starts with digging up any old, limiting beliefs, especially unconscious ones, that are currently holding you back or keeping you stuck or creating a reality you don’t want.
We all have different strengths and weaknesses, but none of that makes us better or less than someone else. It just makes us different. And different is good.