By Patricia D. Brown
"How do I make fit decisions?" "What does loving my neighbor mean?" " How do I quit to God?" Do you typically wonder whether you are the just one suffering from questions like those? you are not on my own. Patricia D. Brown is helping you discover the solutions to those questions and lots of extra as she publications you thru 12 months of renewal to your spirit. every one uplifting meditation starts with a Scripture interpreting and ends with an confirmation for mirrored image and prayer.
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As I take time to assure that my own needs are being met in healthy ways, I give of my time and energy and lend a helping hand to my neighbor. --Psalms 27:11a Today I look at unspoken rules that control my actions. I know I continue to live by rules that are no longer congruent with who I am. I once drew a map, with highways and paths, which seemed accurate in directing my journey. This map proved to be full of dead ends and detours. Now I must crumple up this map and begin again to write new directions to guide my choices.
These are sins which separate me from my intimate relationships with God and the people in my life. I try to tell myself that the things I do are simply little slips or minor faults, but I do damage to myself when I keep trying to lower the curtain on my pain which comes from not admitting my sin. When I admit my sinfulness, when I admit I am not perfect and not God, I am able to experience and accept the comfort and forgiveness of God. Today I admit my sins to God who takes my burden. When I let go of the heavy burden I am then freed to run with perseverance the race which is before me.
I gladly cast the role of victim aside. I change my pattern of behavior and act in new ways. I know that I will survive. I claim the power I have through faith in Jesus Christ. I remain alert to people or circumstances that might want to entrap me. Right now I live in faith, knowing that God is in charge. Today I stand firm in my faith, courageous in the decisions I make and actions I take. --1 Corinthians 16:14 The love my family wanted to give one another was often lost in confusion, fear, and broken promises.
365 Affirmations for Hopeful Living by Patricia D. Brown