“I will be faithful with the talent, time, and opportunity God has given me.
I realize that when I make the most of what I have, God will multiply it and give me more.” ~Victoria Osteen
I will fill my thoughts with things I love and like, because that not only makes me stronger, more loveable it also makes me happier. Thinking about things I don’t love (worry, anger, lack of forgiveness, fear) only make me weaker and bring more bad things into my life.
I will live my life doing the very best I can today, because I know my thoughts and attitudes shape my actions and my actions determine my destiny.
I will spend time helping people around me, my friends, co-workers, loved ones, because I know a person always reaps what they sow, if they reap good things, they will sow good things.
I will do my best and do everything I can because I know that God will do what I can’t do.
I will focus on the good things I have and really enjoy them instead of thinking about what I don’t have.
I will constantly expect good things to happen and look beyond where I am now, believing that good things will always flow to me in life if I have faith. “Surely good things and mercy will come to me all the days of my life and I will live with God in paradise forever.” Psalm 23:6
I will always keep in mind that everything, whether good or bad, will turn out for good. “We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him. “Romans 8:28
Very nice Diz.
Thank you, Brad.
Reblogged this on Ramblings of a Madwoman and commented:
I often get so fixated on what’s going wrong in my life – what I don”t like and what I don’t want, what’s missing in my life. This is a great reminder that it’s not always just about me…
Great reminder. Thanks!
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“I will focus on the good things I have and really enjoy them instead of thinking about what I don’t have.” this is good attitude… thank you for sharing
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Love this! Thank you!
This is a great reminder.