The power of prayer is real. Believe it! Proof goes back a long long way. People have been proving the power of prayer to problem-solve even before Jesus’ time. To name just a few: Abraham- forced to sacrifice his only son Sarah- wanted children but couldn’t get pregnant Moses- got angry and killed a guy Jacob- left for dead by his brothers who
We both received one as a gift from my sisters-in-law at a dinner party that my mother-in-law and I hosted. Each plant came with humble leafy green beginnings and lovely pink buds just ready to blossom. They both looked hopeful, with a lot of potential; they stood strong. I took my plant upstairs and watched it hold guard over it’s
Rather, preach what you practice. You’ll make a bigger impact. When you talk (preach) about what you’re doing (your practice), you’re already doing it. So it’s obvious to others. When you practice what you’re preaching, you’re first talking, then doing… assuming you actually get around to it. Most of us have heard the old saying, “actions speak louder than words.” I mean, how
Wanna get something done? Show up to the task. Seems an important part of doing something is first thinking it. After we think it, we do it… or not. Why is it so hard to go from thinking to doing? Self discipline. One of the best words of advice I got on this subject came from
Feel like you’re up against the clock more often than not? Learn how to overcome the limits of time. Time is not factor in your life.
Be mindful of your thoughts. They make a difference in your experience, and in that of others. If negativity or anger worked toward problem solving, it would be helpful to entertain these thoughts. But they don’t. It’s easier to watch your thought and bar your mental door against letting in careless thoughts than it is