😍📷 @abundantly_free Don’t give up now. You are so close to where you want to be. Just believe in yourself, even when you feel like no body else does #abundantly_free Double Tap 👊👊 to Like it! Live Cool, Calm, Connected... *C3
Words of the moment! When you commit to being 100% present with each another that creates space for true feelings, vulnerability and honesty to unfold. Do not be afraid to be honest, with how you are feeling. Connect, feel, love and enjoy!
Let your enthusiasism at the start of an idea, be equaled by your realistic action now. We have so many good ideas fueled by the enthusiasm of just that, a great idea. But as we know, great ideas and enthusiasm are not enough. So, on this brand new day of a brand new week, take 5 to 📝 write down how you can take realistic action to turn your great ideas into something tangible!
It's Monday, and I am in a decidedly monochromatic mood. 🖤🖤🖤 What are your thoughts on wearing all black at work? Is it too dark, or do you love it? . . While some might argue I look bleak, I can't help but think black and grey are decidedly happy colours to wear - especially in the workplace.
Jesus taught that our generous and constant forgiveness of sin should be the natural result of our understanding of the forgiveness that God has extended to us. Forgiven people should be forgiving people. . In The Lord's Prayer, Jesus instructed us to pray, " 'forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors' " (Matthew 6:12). He was saying, "As you are receiving the forgiveness from God for the wrong that you have done, be sure to extend that same forgiveness to others who have wronged you." It's all connected. . This is important; because, we are often on a quest to find that perfect something. We want the perfect husband. The perfect wife. The perfect church. The perfect friends. The perfect children. But we don't find that perfection, because the people we expect to be perfect are just like us. They are flawed. We all are. We have to recognize that we sin and that people sin against us as well. We should forgive them, as we ourselves have been forgiven. The apostle Paul wrote, "And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you" (Ephesians 4:32). . A man once came to the great preacher John Wesley and said, "I never forgive, and I never forget." Wesley replied by saying, "Well, sir, I hope, then, that you never sin." . Are you willing to be judged with the same judgment that you judge others with? "I never forgive and I never forget"—I'm so thankful God doesn't deal with me that way. He is willing to forgive and forget. And so should we, because we were 0% perfect yet God forgave us 100%. . (Source: Greg Laurie Daily) .