If you think like you’re at the end the road with nowhere to go, realize you are lying to yourself. You have imprisoned yourself in your own mind by telling self-defeating stories – stories about what your life should be like,
It doesn’t help you and it certainly doesn’t help your relationships. If you do not like your current situation, work towards changing it, but don’t just sit around complaining about it. Complaining will only make others nearby not want to
Sadly, people all over the world are continuously telling their one dramatic story and how their entire life has turned into getting over this one event from the past. Now, every day of their lives are more about something that
Let go of this addiction call quick-fix schemes. Anything worth achieving takes time and dedicated effort. Honestly, I used to believe that saying prayers would change things around, but now I know that praying change us, and WE change things. What
The Lord of hosts has sworn, saying, “Surely, as I have thought, so it shall come to pass, And as I have purposed, so it shall stand… (Isaiah 14:24) What worries you masters you. Needless worry and negative thinking will never lead to positive change. However,
Sometimes the reason you may be struggling with insecurity is because you compare your behind-the-scenes circumstances with everyone else’s public highlight reel. Give it up. Don’t compare your Chapter 1 to someone else’s Chapter 15. Follow your own path, write your own life
In almost every case, nothing is stopping you… nothing is holding you back but your own thoughts about yourself and “how life is.” Your perception creates your beliefs. And your beliefs create your behaviors. And your behaviors produce your experience.
Probably you already know the story of Daniel in the Lions Den, but what called my attention when meditating on his experience was: “No wound was found on him, because he had trusted in his God.” “God could only deliver