Living in the Present, Take it One Day at a Timeby stephanie reck
How many of us, if we are honest, live stressed-out and anxious/worried about tomorrow? If you answered yes to that question, you are not alone. When we live our lives projecting tomorrow's outcomes we forfeit the grace God supplies to us daily, not in lump sums. How many of us try and store God's grace for us? We believe with enough planning and control we can predict outcomes as well as secure our future. But we could not be more wrong.
Coping With and Managing Stress in Healthy Waysby stephanie reck
Between 75-90% of all doctor's visits are stress-related. Stress comes in a variety of symptoms, ailments, and conditions. Stress can affect you spiritually, physically, and emotionally. There are many things in life to cause us to feel stress and anxious. Chronic stress can complicate matters and can lead to burn-out and Adrenal Fatigue.
The Quiet Timesby Marie Grossett
There are times in our lives when we yearn for quiet times. Especially with us women where there is a busy household, we desire our 'me' times just to have some peace and calmness.
Trustby Shelia Hardie
Trust...the hardest part of healing. I have been betrayed by so many, but the biggest betrayal was from the people I had laid my trust in to its fullest...my parents. With the abuse that started from the tender age of 4, my trust in people or anything had been shaken from then and even now at the age of 45.
Christian Self Careby Matt Sandford
Is self care self indulgence? Doesn't God's Word encourage us to be self forgetful and live to serve others? If so, how do we avoid burnout? This article challenges the notion that self care is selfish and provides 4 categories for balancing one's emotional life effectively.
Forgivenessby Shelia Hardie
The greatest guilt I carried as a Christian was not being able to live up to what God's word teaches about forgiveness. We are to forgive as He has forgiven us. My biggest fear was dying and having to face him with shame, because I could not forgive my father or mother for what they did to me.
Why Angels Singby louis gander
But if your burdens didn't sink,
I'd work for many years -
right along beside you where
I'd kiss away your tears.
Look up and Live!by ML MALTA
We have to become stronger for the lessons we endure and empower growth in the areas where we used to fall short. We have to embrace the love and power within us to survive.
Beat That Distractionby Marie Grossett
"There's too much happening right now for me to carry on with this book, I suppose I will have to put my dream on hold until these situations are sorted," said Jane as she closes her laptop.
A Little Elfby louis gander
Mischievous, the little one -
the selfish, little elf -
the one who looks and listens for
the things which help himself.
Thorn In My Fleshby Shelia Hardie
Growing up I was always cheerful, popular and the crowd pleaser. But on the inside I was the complete opposite. I was trying to hide the shame I felt by the abuse my father was inflicting on me. The thorn in my flesh.
The Art of Patienceby Marie Grossett
´Ping´ the microwave has stopped! Your food finished heating in three minutes, which makes you happy because you didn´t have to peel the potatoes or carrots and wait for an hour for the meat to boil.
Beautifulby louis gander
As vivid as a sunlight's ray atop each sturdy stem,
those bright and yellow flowers. Could anyone condemn?
And others as the bluest sky in deep and vivid hue -
Now who could find more beauty in that panoramic view?
The Power of Negative Thinkingby Alan Allegra
We know positive verses that guarantee long life, healing, answered prayer, etc. When these promises don't seem to work, we question God's goodness. However, by looking at some negative thoughts, we can renew the power to trust God.
never give up !by melodie michelle wood
The Lord delivered me from drugs and a life on the streets, homelessness and horrors that noone should ever have to see. He loves you enough to deliver you too !
Set your heart on things aboveby Jack Jones
The Apostle Paul exhorts his readers to set their hearts and minds on Christ. Not on earthly desires, not on this world and what it offers, rather on Christ and what He offers.
7 Reasons Why Anger Should Go Down Before Sunsetby Ngozi Nwoke
Why should Anger destroy your life and destiny? Anger is outrageous and should go down before sunset! Anger is the root cause of so many evil deeds and destruction in the world today. Learning how to control anger is indeed a wise step to better tomorrow. This article gives reasons why anger should not be prolonged.