I never get true balance concerning my time management.Sometimes I make a list that will last at least one day.
Don’t dwell on the things of your past that you could not change.
For God has said in his word that your latter days will be greater.
A new year, (2023) will take you into new confidence in God and in yourself, new power for loving, new laughter, new thoughts (renewing your mind), and new routines (to get you unstuck from things that’s draining you, to do something different that will restore you), and a new peace above all understanding. I hope for all these things for you as well as for myself.
Happy New Year!
Don’t let your ambitions corrupt you, Do everything with great honor.
Because when you give honor you will receive honor.
Christmas is about sharing,
Sharing is about caring.
So will you care?
Enough to share
Jesus this holiday season
If for no other reason
Than you care.
There is no right or wrong answer to this question – it is entirely up to the individual to decide whether they want to improve themselves or not. However, it is worth considering why self-improvement might be important to you.
Self-improvement can help you to achieve your goals and reach your full potential. It can also make you happier and more fulfilled in life. If you feel like you are stuck in a rut and are not reaching your full potential, then self-improvement can be a great way to change that.
There are many different ways to improve one self, so it is important to find an approach that works for you. Some people prefer to read self-help books or attend workshops, while others prefer to work with a coach or therapist. There is no wrong way to go about it, the most important thing is that you are taking action to improve your life.
So, if you are considering self-improvement, ask yourself why it is important to you and what you hope to achieve by doing it. Then, find an approach that works for you and get started on your journey to a better life.
If you are thankful for what you have you will be given more.
Sometimes bless through an open door.
Don’t let that estranged voice (the devil) tell you that God has not done his best.
Just remember that he’s mad because he only has an empty nest.
There is so much to be thankful for.
When patience and endurance is your core,
because “Patient endurance is what you need now, so that you will continue to do God’s will.
Then you will receive all that He has promised.” Hebrews 10:36, New Living Translation
A heart that’s true to Christmas is full of cheer, warmth and love. This is a heart that values the spirit of giving and sharing. It’s a heart that feels the same way about the true meaning of Christmas as Santa Claus does – a time to celebrate with family, friends and loved ones. It’s a heart that’s thankful for the chance to gather together with people who share your love for Jesus Christ. And it’s a heart that longs for true joy, peace and hope in this world. A true heart for Christmas knows that these things can only be found in God’s kingdom – not in this world. Yours truly, today we celebrate Christmas – the day when God sends His Son as a gift to all who place their trust in Him. As Christians, we believe that Jesus was born into this world as a baby, was brought up by Mary and Joseph in Nazareth, grew up to become known as the “Prince of Peace” and finally died on the cross on Calvary so that we could have eternal life with Him in Heaven. We celebrate not just because it Jesus’ birthday or because we expect presents from Santa Claus or because it’s a great time for parties. We celebrate because Jesus became flesh.
Christmas is a time of great celebration and joy for all. It’s also a time when the world comes together to give thanks for the blessings bestowed upon us by the birth of Christ. The true heart of Christmas involves people coming together to share their blessings with one another, from food and drink to gifts and love. It’s about celebrating the beauty of life and drawing strength from one another in the face of tragedy. So whether you’re a Christian or not, let this season be an opportunity to celebrate all that we have to be thankful for, whether it’s food on your table or someone to love. And most importantly: Love is the heart of Christmas.
Christmas is a time of year when families come together, and we all want to see each other happy. But some people find it hard to let go of their concerns about money, or not being able to afford a Christmas gifts.. When we have these worries, it can make us feel stressed out, and it can make us less likely to be in a good mood. If you’re worried about money this Christmas, you don’t have to worry about being able to afford a Christmas tree. You can get a tree that’s small enough for your apartment, or you can get one that’s artificial (although some people think fake trees look better than real ones). No matter what you do, just remember that Christmas is about spending time with loved ones and having fun!
Be teachable so you won’t have to say, “I don’t know.’