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Needless to say, we're living in a world where change is rapid and unpredictable. These conditions require much and endurance.
It is therefore not suprising that we experience moments or seasons of weakness. Demands on our spiritual and physical resurves are high.
So, when thev Word of GOD saya "he that endures to the end, shall be saved," we understand what "endure" means.
This reality is fashioning in us a new level of dependency on our FATHER, GOD. This new level of dependency is what takes through and over all challenges. Join us today at 6:00 AM for live prayer Mon.-Fri. Dial 714.459.3963.
Have you ever felt like you don't have the strength to go on? We all have from one time to another. Today is Matters of the Heart Monday at Your Blueprint for Life and we're dealing with weakness. Linda will encourage you with biblical insights that will show us that our weakness is an opportunity for God's strength to arise and for our faith to mature.
Did you know that God looks for opportunities to show Himself strong?
For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth,
to shew himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him. (2 Chronicles 16:9)
There is a smell of weakness in the air. The sissifying of Black and Hisapnic men are at an all time high. When will the Children of Israel gather themesleves and be courageous. When will the men start being men instead of gossiping girls. The women don't respect you because you are like them, feminine. Shake yourselves off the dust and stop gossiping like the ladies.
Will bring scripture to encourage strength.
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Join us as we hear from the late great Leonard Hill, "Power In Weakness." The Lord says, "Thou worm Jacob...thou shalt thresh the mountains, and beat them small." Ravenhill explores the oddity of a worm, the weakest of all creatures, leveling mountains! Only the meek and lowly can be mightily used of God, whose strength is made perfect in weakness. In the Kingdom of heaven the way up is down! "Blessed are the meek." "He who humbles himself will be exalted." Ravenhill recommends reading Isaiah 40 every day to keep in view the supremacy and all-sufficiency of the Lord. Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com, follow us on twitter and send me a friend request on facebook!
Listen to today's Talk Business With Howard 5 minute podcast with business expert - strategist - and advisor to CEOs, presidents and business owners, Howard Lewinter: Knowing Your Business Weakness Is What Makes You Strong.
Life Lessons at the Office....is seeking advice a sign of weakness? Host and author Rick Tocquigny (When Core Values are Strategic), discusses why ego gets in the way of seeking advice. Stop being so high and mighty and seek advice from others.
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Often times life's circumstances cause many of us to live with lack, frustration, lonliness, rejection, sickness and depression. The challenge of facing defeat, daily at times, can become unbearable. Many times we as humans try every avenue at our disposal to achieve success, only to be defeated. We find ourselves victims of the world systems in addition to being bambozzled by those that we should be able to trust with our very lives. The natural man in his fallen state will never be able to move in the supernatural power of God unless he becomes totally dependent on, and trusting in GOD. Just ask Elijah....! (1Kings 17)
We don't like to see or discuss weakness in ourselves let alone see it in others. Our society teaches that it is best to be strong and look as if you have it all together. I'm afraid this kind of thinking has also found its way into the Church. The truth is we need God for his divine strength and protection each day we live. How can He truly work in our lives to break all forms of sin habits as well as those areas of weakness that tend to trip us up on occasion if we don't bring him these vulnarable and broken areas that need His healing touch. And instead of looking strong on the outside, we can be strong in our hearts and minds depending on the awesome power of God instead of relying on ourselves.
When I was 17, I was diagnosed with Hodgkins.
It was my senior year of high school. Oddly enough, it was the perfect time for me to go through this. My body was strong enough to endure the drugs but new enough to get a clean start when it was all over.
Since my bout with cancer, I have done a pretty good job of staying healthy. I do not get sick very often. Occasionally, my chest will get congested or I'll deal with a stuffy nose for a day, but I'm never more than "under the weather."
Over the past decade, I have taken on a stronger defense against illness. When I wake up feeling symptoms, I attack them immediately. I do everything I can to clear out my system, replenish nutrients, and maintain rest, hydration, and activity.
And it works.
Because of my reinforced immune system and being adamant about not being sick, I actually feel like I'm in control of the situation.
That control gives me confidence and more strength as I push through the weakness the illness is trying to bring to my body.
Well, over the past year or two, I've been doing the same thing with my emotional health.
I attack the weakness.
When I become depressed or sad or anxious or pessimistic, I do what I can to take control. I've learned to identify these emotions early on and I've learned how to combat them.
It's not always easy, and to be honest, it doesn't always work as quickly as I'd like. However, my proactive defense against these deadly emotions has kept me happy and peaceful over the past year.
Here's how it usually works:
A negative emotion will come over me: stress, anxiety, sadness, anger, etc.
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