Do you know where you are?
Are you aware that what you believe is what you achieve?
What are you aiming for? Are you hitting the mark? If not…Check your aim again.
Take a look at your circle. Are you the most anointed, gifted or successful? Ask yourself this: Am I a placeholder? Do people give at this same level that I give? Am I operating according to my ability?
Change is necessary and change is allowed – Why are you so committed to being miserable, average, or used?
What do you think you offer that makes people follow you?
Reposition yourself. Don’t be a “responder” of money – you know what “THAT” is called, right?
Feed my future and I will follow you.
Your future is in front of you not behind you.
Commit to being intentionally on purpose.
Amazing people don’t just happen – They are ALWAYS…OnPurpose!!
The Lord is gracious and merciful, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love.
Psalms 145 ESV
Need a lift today? Let the Bible tell you just how wonderful your God is. Here are just four of his marvelous characteristics: “The LORD is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and rich in love” (Psalm 145:8).
The Lord is gracious: Sometimes you don’t generate very wonderful, cozy, cuddly feelings in other people’s hearts, least of all in God’s. Still, God treats you better than you deserve. He has decided to love you, regardless of your past. That’s what grace is.
The Lord is compassionate: God suffers with you. When politicians say they feel your pain, they don’t even know who you are. But God feels your pain, knows who you are, and does things to help you because your pain is now personal to him through Christ.
The Lord is slow to anger: Aren’t you glad Scripture doesn’t say, “God, you have a hair-trigger temper”? Or, “You never forget when I mess up”? Or, “You keep accurate, detailed records of all my debts”? Don’t you love it when God is patient with you and cuts you some slack?
The Lord is rich in love: He isn’t stingy with you. He gave everything he had–his one and only Son–to buy you the forgiveness you could never earn or deserve. If he didn’t withhold his dearest treasure, he will surely give you the littler things as well.
Credit to: You Version – A Happy Healthy Church