Was it ok for Abraham to do what he could to achieve what he needed?
Who is your God? What are your values and priorities?
Freedom’s sweetness swiftly turns sour
On the tongue of the simpleton.
Rev. Wildfire explores the possibility of a sweet path to bliss; a painless path to glory.
The god from a lump of clay is the testimony of man. In spite of your imperfections, you are fearfully and wonderfully made.
Despite the imperfections that plague what you have, you can get amazingly realities from it by the Spirit of God, faith, wisdom and courage.
Ignore the imperfections in what you have. Build it with the Spirit, your words, wisdom, and faith, and in time, you will see a transformation.
Cultivate the habit of spending time with yourself. As you do this, you will experience self-discovery, and true transformation will characterize your experiences.
You are your own best friend. Learn to appreciate and celebrate who God has made you regardless of your imperfections; be your own cheerleader!
Your humanity with all its imperfections is a gift from God to you. So learn to accept yourself and be grateful to God.
Learn to accept yourself in spite of your imperfections. Your ability to do this is your secret to true and lasting metamorphosis.
Cultivate the habit of tenacity. You may be required to do the same things again and again before you can see the desired results.
Do you harness the power of repetition in all your dealings? Or are you averse to doing the same things again and again?
Are you bored with repetition? Is tenacity your style? Or do you find it grievous to do the same things again and again?
Do you adopt tenacity when contrary winds blow your way? Are you willing to keep at something till it yields the desired result?
Are you willing to do the same thing over and over again? Do you regularly fortify your efforts with tenacity?
Do you have the habit of doing the same thing again, and again, and again? Is tenacity your regular practice?
Your personal success depends on your readiness to employ your faculties to think for yourself. Develop this habit, if you desire phenomenal success.
Personal success happens when you can think your own thoughts. If you allow other people to think for you, you will deteriorate into a slave.
Be faithful in tithing to God. Give your tithe to your church in support of God’s work, and ministers of God who give their full time for God’s work.