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 read my blog. Help us, Oh God, and we will be helped; and we will boast in that help in Jesus' Name. AMEN!!!

Thursday, March 23, 2017


 Do You Play to Win or Lose?

Of all the fabled sports figures, golf's Tiger Woods frequently is the first who comes to your brain when you entertain the psychology of winning.

But the mentality of a winner goes far past the sporting fields of competition; instead, it extends to relationships, family, career, and money. Much of winning is a mental stake, a readiness by design, a design preplanned in your brain.


The older adage that "nice guys come in last" is likely simply that--an older adage. Many experts state that being prepared is your most beneficial bet for success.

Readiness comes in a lot of different forms. An athlete gears up his body for competition by training, a pupil sets up her brain for an examination by studying and a policeman with intense training. When one's body and brain are correctly prepared, the psychological effect of turning into a winner is greatly heightened.

In order to understand how to get to be a winner, you likewise have to learn how to lose. Valuable lessons may be acquired by losing. It is significant to remember that losing isn't an indictment of your inability; instead, it ought to be viewed as a learning tool utilized to better your skills. The act of losing may be made positive by managing future emotions and analyzing pitiful performance.

Many psychologists believe it's hard, if not nearly inconceivable, to win without first founding a distinct set of goals. Your goals, all the same, have to be accomplishable and not beyond fair expectations. Formulating goals, your blueprint for success, is the first step to winning.

Simply as crucial as establishing an honest set of goals is envisioning success. If an individual can't see being a winner, he never will. At large, many individuals find it less nerve-wracking to "not lose" than to win.

Too many individuals, losing is easier than winning. Winning is a composite process that involves preparedness, training, dedication and goals, a formula that frequently is beyond the mental ability of many. Those who have the power to envision themselves as winners get simply that with preparedness and dedication.

If you've never won, winning means redefining yourself. For many, it's merely easier to remain the same individual you've always been instead of get somebody whom other people will hold in elevated regard, envy and even criticize.

 In order to get to be a winner, you have to prepare, produce goals, and acquire a vision and act. Plainly put, believing that it is simply as easy to win as to lose and abiding by a design for success will go a long way to accomplishing your winning goal, whether it be in sports, family or career or money.


King Abung'ana said...

I play to win and not to lose

King Abung'ana said...

To be a winner you need to plan, have a vision, set goals to achieve, act and all in all make God first in everything you do.

King Abung'ana said...

"For me the joy of athletics has never resided in winning. I derive just as much happiness from the process as from the results. I don't mind losing as I see improvement or I feel I've done as well as I possibly could. If I lose,I just go back to the track to the and work some more."~ Jackie Joyner-Kerseee

King Abung'ana said...

"John Wooden, the legendary basketball coach,says you aren't a failure until you start to blame. What he means is that you can still be in the process of learning from your mistakes until you deny them."~ Carol Dweck

King Abung'ana said...

"Who apart from ourselves, can see any difference between our victories and our defeats?" ~ Christopher Fry

King Abung'ana said...

"Players with fight never lose a game, they just run out of time" ~ John Wooden

King Abung'ana said...

"Failure inspires winners.And failure defeats losers. It is the biggest secret of winners. It's the secret that loser do not know. The greatest secret of winners is that failure inspires winning; thus, they're not afraid of losing." ~ Robert Kiyosaki

King Abung'ana said...

"Some men give up their designs when they have almost reached the goal; while others, on the contrary, obtain a victory by exerting, at the last moment, more vigorous efforts than ever before." ~ Herodotus

King Abung'ana said...

"If you run, you might lose. If you don't run, you're guaranteed to lose." ~ Jesse Jackson

King Abung'ana said...

"I may win and I may lose, but I will never be defeated." ~ Emmitt Smith

King Abung'ana said...

"The trick is to realize that after giving your best, there's nothing more to give... Win or lose the game is finished. It's over. It's time to forget and prepare for the next one." ~ Sparky Anderson

King Abung'ana said...

"Winning is not a sometime thing. You don't win once in a while, you don't do things right once in a while, you do them right all time... Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing." ~ Vincent Lombardi


No one wants to be addressed as a failure or a loser but rather as a winner even if in the real sense that he or she is a failure. I rather choose to play a winning game.