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Feb 2014

You Always Reap What You Sow Remember the golden rule, do to others as you’d have done to yourself. It’s true for every facet of life and can help at much deeper levels than you may have thought. Turns out it’s actually physically healthy for you and I to love our neighbors. Any sort of involvement in a helping activity boosts overall physical & mental well being. If you are an active participant at your ministry you’re actually lengthening your life span. According to Huffington Post, for the average person, 100 hours......

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25
Feb 2014

1. Compassion There are many things you can do to help poor and needy people but compassion is by far one of the best. Treat people that are in need with respect, just because they need help does not mean you are a better person. The key to getting good at being compassionate is listening. Empty the chatter in your brain and focus on the person you’re trying to help. People, myself included, want to feel important, its one of our strongest assets as well as a painful weakness. If you can......

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25
Feb 2014

Every day we make all kinds of different decisions in our walk with God. Whether its the websites we’re viewing, the music we’re listening to, or the church we attend, how do we find out which decisions are for our best interest? The first thing you’ll want to do is in-depth research. Look into what the bible says about the topic you are be wondering about. The bible says in John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” When you study......

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25
Feb 2014

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Your actions speak so loudly I can’t hear your words.” Your children might as well be saying the same thing. Kids pick up on everything you do and why wouldn’t they, you’re their very glimpse into the world where they’re growing up, their example. Have you ever met a child that you soon discovered would be a living hell to babysit? As much as it would be nice or easier to label the child with some sort impairment, the reality is, its probably the parents fault. You are......

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25
Feb 2014
how to pray

If you’re like me, you’ve probably struggled to pray for extended periods of time, let alone for an hour every day. The key is to break up your prayer into segments. Instead of trying to pray for an hour all at once, try praying for 10 minutes throughout the day, 6 times. As you become more familiar with frequent prayer, start combining the segments until you can reach a full hour. The same kind of strategy should be applied to lengthen the duration of your prayers. An easy way to develop your......

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