Entries Tagged as "Growth"

A moment of reflection on your Journey to More:

When we pass through seemingly senseless pain and the trauma that engulfs much of life...we must be content to trust in His character, rather than our ability to understand. The difference between a knife in the hand of an assassin and a knife in the hand of a surgeon is intent: both inflict severe pain. We must decide whether God is an assassin or a surgeon. But remember, our choice does not change God, only our opinion. All the risk of making the wrong choice is on us.

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A moment of reflection on your Journey to More:

Why is developing a closer and growing relationship with Jesus, then pursuing and practicing More of His Realized Presence a must in life? What, if any, are great reasons to pursue that kind of life? Exactly what's in this quest for me?

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A moment of reflection on your Journey to More...

To fill our hunger and thirst for more…and more, we spend our lives frantically chasing things that make us feel better, look good, become more powerful, or perhaps even help us find that one special person we believe will change our lives forever. Then, when we get “it”, ---poof ---, it disappears.

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A moment of reflection on your Journey to More:

According to statistics gathered by pollster George Barna, and penned in his insightful book Maximum Faith, well over 95% of believers are spiritually ill, and don’t even realize that they’re critically malnourished and in desperate need of "More" of The Great Physician. Why? Because unlike strokes or heart attacks, spiritually “critical” symptoms are not easily diagnosed, aren't physically debilitating or obvious, nor do the symptoms ‘scream’, I need immediate attention --- until it’s too late, and were standing face-to-Face before our Abba.

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A moment of reflection on your Journey to More:

Each day of life will bring a new package of demands marked "urgent." The demands will always include personal and business decisions, however trivial, that have the potential to simply move us to more busyness and into more barrenness, and in the end, more emotional and spiritual stress and burnout.

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