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Work

Unless you were born a trust fund child, you have to work. Our work should be more than just a job; more like a calling. A calling gives purpose to our jobs, fulfills our heart’s desires and sustains us even on our worst days. If your work isn’t fulfilling you, you might not be aligned with the calling our Creator placed on your life. Something to consider…

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Don’t Overlook This

We can get so busy that we start taking things for granted. If we have food in our refrigerator, a safe place to live and good people in our lives, we already have what many people are praying for. Recognize, remember and be grateful for the good in your life. Don’t focus on what you lack…

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Conflict

Conflict is unavoidable, but it doesn’t have to destroy relationships. Our world would be pretty boring if we all looked and thought the same. God loves variety! The truth is that we can learn from each other. An opinion that’s different from our own isn’t a threat. Consider it to be an opportunity to see things from a different viewpoint. We are better together…

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Divided

In the United States, we are more divided now than since the Civil War. There’s nothing civil about war. We are weakened and compromised when we stand apart. The media and the politicians are feeding this division, but we do not have to allow it. In truth, we are more alike than we are different. Stand up for what’s right. Let the dividers wallow in their own mess…

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False Advertising

Turn on your television and Madison Avenue tells us that “blondes have more fun,” and you can drink beer and not get fat. None of it is true. It’s what you are led to believe. What messages, either internally generated or from the outside world are you believing about yourself? The world will beat you down, but you’re already doing a pretty good job of it yourself. Do not believe the lies. Believe in yourself…

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New Year. New Goals.

As 2022 approaches, we like to set “New Year’s Resolutions.” Instead of making multiple resolutions, make one. Only one. Commit to seeing it through. All of us can do one thing differently. After three months, set another resolution because by then you will have mastered the first one. Continue this throughout the year. Your life will change as your confidence soars.

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