LET US GO TO THE LORD IN PRAYER

Father, I come before you in the name of your son, Jesus Christ. Lord, you know all things. They are all before you like an open book. Who can hide their heart from your presence and your eye? The deeds of the most clever men are exposed before you. Your omniscience knows know bounds - and if it were not for grace, I would be of all men most terrified. But there is grace, abounding and glorious, poured out upon the weakest of men, and abounding to your glory.
Father, I praise you and I worship you; I thank you for all that you are and all that have done. There is no one like you in Heavens and on the Earth or under the earth. You are the King and there is no other. You are Savior and you share your glory with no one. Father, this day you know me and my great need of grace. Why am I here except that you called the weakest among men, the most ignoble among brothers, and that by your grace, often times, the lesser teaches the greater? That is always my case and I praise you. I worship you. Father, help us today, to the wind with eloquence, to hell with brilliant intellect, Father. Let the truth go forward. Let me be changed that the state of your church be more glorious. I pray for grace upon grace and mercy upon mercy for myself and for those who hear. Help us, Oh God, and we will be helped; and we will boast in that help in Jesus' Name. AMEN!!!

Monday, March 27, 2017

VISION

Are You Thinking Big
Our culture cannot seem to make up its mind about the value of ambition. On the one hand, we praise those who work hard and accomplish hard goals.

On the other hand, we put individuals down for being selfish and power-hungry, and we frequently take pleasure in seeing powerful celebrities fall.

No wonder so many individuals have assorted feelings about being ambitious. On top of that, the goals they wished they cared more about might not truly be their own. In order to settle conflicts about ambition, you have to get a clearer thought of what you truly wish.

Thinking Big

Enquire of yourself what you think you ought to be accomplishing. Then enquire of yourself if that is something you truly wish to accomplish, or if you are attempting to live out somebody else's notion of what you ought to be doing. Some of the times a lack of ambition is a sign that you are protesting doing something that is not correct for you.

Think about what you'd accomplish if you could accomplish anything and didn't have to worry about cash. Write out your purpose in life in one sentence. Try out career counseling or self-help books if you are not certain what you wish to accomplish. Lack of ambition might stem from not having discovered goals that are correct for you.

Enquire of yourself if you are so frightened of failing that you would rather not even attempt to accomplish your goals. Fear of failure may be a dream killer. Becoming cognizant of your fear is the first step in addressing it.

Break down your goals into littler, more manageable chunks if you are experiencing overwhelming feelings. Take one step at a time, and give yourself payoffs for your progress. If you have given up and lost ambition because your goals looked out of the question, you might simply have to organize your work differently.

Present yourself permission to be ambitious. Ambition might have a bad reputation some of the times, however if you act ethically and set worthy goals, there is nothing wrong with working hard to accomplish them and nothing wrong with wishing to acquire credit for what you have done.

Ask yourself if you wish to live a hard-driving competitory life or if you prefer to be easygoing -- or something in-between. The more you get in touch with what you truly wish, the happier you are in all likelihood to be.