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Detestable and Delightful Hearts (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 301)


Proverbs 11:20 (NLT)
The Lord detests people with crooked hearts, but he delights in those with integrity.

The word “integrity” is thrown around a lot these days. We trust that our leaders are men and women of integrity. We believe our employers or co-workers work alongside us with integrity. Even in our homes, we’d like to think that our spouse and children and extended relatives are upright people who walk in honesty and truth. Read more…

7 Things To Do When You’re Feeling Stuck (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 225)

7 Things To Do When You’re Feeling Stuck

“Growth is painful. Change is painful. But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.”
— Mandy Hale

Too many people are not happy with their lives. They feel dissatisfied, stuck, and even trapped. A lot of these people don’t realize they have the power to change their feelings and their thoughts and as a result change their lives. No one or nothing can control your life unless you let it. You have the power to respond to life in positive ways and use your mind and behavior to get unstuck and live the life you were created to live. Read more…

Honest Preparation (Live. Pray. Hustle. 06/25/16)

Honest Preparation (Live. Pray. Hustle. 06/25/16) (Right-click to download)

Honest Preparation (Live. Pray. Hustle. 06/25/16)
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Be honest about your preparation.


Don’t Be Fooled (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 69)

Don’t Be Fooled

“Bad things happen when you trust the wrong people.”
— Unknown

There are people in this world who do not mean you any good. They are frauds, fakes, and engage in shady business for a living. Getting involved with such people can have serious consequences for your life. You don’t have to be paranoid, but you do need to be smart and wise when dealing with individuals in business and in your personal life. You are responsible to yourself and you owe it to your own well-being not to be fooled by evil people. Read more…

Honest to Goodness (365 Days of Daring Faith – DAY 46)

Honest to Goodness

Proverbs 28:13 (NLT)
People who conceal their sins will not prosper, but if they confess and turn from them, they will receive mercy.

When we’ve messed up, it is quite easy to pass the blame or to just not say anything about it. But neither choice is actually telling the truth. When we don’t tell the truth, we fail to help ourselves or to benefit anyone else in the long run. We reject the abundance of mercy that is available to us if we only open up and tell the straight-up honest to goodness truth. Read more…

Be Honest About Your Dreams (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 42)

Be Honest About Your Dreams

“Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise.”
— Sigmund Freud

Being honest with one’s self is one of the hardest things for people to do. One of the reasons is because we have a tendency to believe we’re already the best at everything and don’t need to learn from anyone. People don’t like setbacks or obstacles. When you are diligently pursuing your dreams and are intent on being successful, you can fool yourself into thinking you’re doing your best or working as hard as you can. Read more…

3 Further Ways We Complicate Life (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 35)

3 Further Ways We Complicate Life

“‘No’ is a complete sentence.”
— Anne Lamott

Being busy — or “crazy busy” as Dr. Edward Hallowell would say — makes us feel significant. It makes us feel as though the world couldn’t revolve without us being there to make things go. Right? Well, that’s not always true. Many times, that’s in our heads, but not in reality. In this super busy life, we’re never bored, but always tired. We’re never unoccupied, but always fed up and irritated. And we complicate our lives by trying to cope with the mayhem and madness instead of letting it all go. Life as we know it has made us feel like we are supermen and superwomen, able and ready to do everything, go everywhere, and meet everyone even if our already jam-packed schedules don’t allow it. Everyone has a maximum capacity and we really need to learn to embrace it. When you hit your max, stop, sit down, and breathe.

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Daniella’s Review of Thierry Koehrlen’s “On the Road to . . . Honesty!” (Support the Kickstarter Campaign and Receive Great Rewards)

Thierry-On the Road to Honesty

“On the Road to . . . Honesty!” is a very innovative, life-changing, and creative children’s book with deep honesty and trust content put in a simple and fun way. Read more…

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