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Fighting Roaches

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My father would always say, “a roach is a roach, and will always be a roach.” What he meant by this was that, while we all have the ability to change, some people choose never to change. There are some people who, no matter what, will always choose to be negative and hateful. Like a roach, there are those who will always come out at night behind your back. Here’s the rub, the person who gets mad at a roach for being a roach, is the one who looks out […]

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Where’s your focus?

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Everyone has two natures. In theology, we often refer to these two natures as one being the Adamic (limited) nature, and the other being your divine or Christ-like nature. One of these natures wants you to advance while the other wants to pull you back. The one that you cultivate and concentrate on decides what you are in the end. Both natures are trying to gain control. Your will alone decides the issue. A person by the supreme effort of the will may change their whole career and almost accomplish […]

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Oct, 2014

Giving it 100%

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What does it mean to give your very best? What do you look like when you’re giving 100%? What does 100% look like when you’re at work? What does 100% look like when you’re at home? What is 100% look like in a relationship? How do you define 100% in a relationship with God? Does it mean giving more time, more attention, more passion? Possibly. One thing is for sure, it does mean being willing to do all the above. It means being willing to go to the next level; […]

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Too Busy for Life?

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Are you one of the ones who live life with your self perception on the back burner? Are you so busy that you have no time to think about who you are being? It is easy to lose a sense of who you really are in the busyness of life. The danger of being that busy is that you become your work and potentially lose your self-worth. It is interesting how the highway gets filled early in the morning with people rushing – rushing to get to work. These same […]

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Break your chain Part Five

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I am fortunate to have a father, who is also a preacher – a faith preacher. He taught me that no matter what, if I really believed, and aligned my mind, my heart, and my strength with that belief, it would be impossible for me to fail. What this meant was my ninth grade year would be my moment of change – if I believed enough to make that choice. I believed. I can’t really explain how it happened. My parents, who wanted the best for me, simply had been […]

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Break your chain part Final Part

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   In the eighth grade I made all ‘F’s and one D, which was my highest grade that year. Yep, pretty big chain. But with that one lesson – It’s impossible for you to fail – I turned what was all ‘F’s and one D, into one B and the rest ‘A’s! I broke the chain… Finally, I was accepted. The guidance counselor at the middle school said, “In fourteen years of being a guidance counselor, I’ve never seen a student make this kind of change.” There is no chain […]

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