What we believe, prospers

"The object of the game of life is to see clearly one's good and to obliterate all mental pictures of evil. This must be done by impressing the subconscious mind with a realization of good. It is man's only enemy-fear of lack, fear of failure, fear of sickness, fear of loss and a feeling of …

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Twelve year old goals

Inspiration, a feeling of excitement and depression at the same time. I often wonder if what burns inside my heart and brews inside my mind isn't just prejudgment of strangers? The impressions I give to people just by taking their actions personally make me out to be something I'm not. When really I'm smart but …

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Clean slate for 2017

The close of year 2016, sixteen meaning love, opens us up to seventeen which symbolizes “overcoming the enemy” and “complete victory”.  The one-liner we could all pray for 2017 is “God’s unending love is truly victorious over all things” and that promise is stated in John 3:16.  Much like a "baked on" cake pan, our …

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What will self-criticism make you?

I have struggled with critical self-talk just as much as the next guy, but I was only familiar with how it sounded to me.  My harsh treatment towards myself was all I ever knew, it was my norm to berate my decisions and assume the sky was falling in every circumstance I couldn't control.  It …

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How does my pain lie to me?

John Evans taught people with illnesses to stop asking, “Why did this happen to me?” and just describe what is happening.  He teaches them to replace the question “why do I have this illness?” with the statement “I have this illness.”  He says, “Once clients can throw away the ‘why me?’ question they are on …

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