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Posts for category ‘Your Spirit’
“Stepping out on Faith”
by Schannon Love
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not much of a risk taker. Honestly speaking, I think this has a lot to do with my fear of making the wrong decisions. I’m currently trying to de-condition my pessimistic ways of thinking, so that I may begin seeing the hypothetical glass as being half full, rather than half empty.
A Student Writes:
I have learned a very important lesson this past year. In March of last year my father lost his leg in an accident at work. My family and I were devastated. My father loved his job, and was a very active man. He was not the type of person who could just sit inside and do nothing. As a result of my father’s disability, my family had to get used to living off a third (1/3) of the income we were used to. My mom couldn’t work because she had to constantly bring my father to doctors, hospitals, etc.
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Seven Reasons Not to Worry
Worry, if not controlled, can become one of the biggest emotional drains in our lives. As a college student, the worry list is endless: poor grades, high tuition (or mal-tuition), next meal, an uncertain future, poor relationships, and the list goes on and on. I’m getting depressed just thinking about it.
However, in study conducted on human behavior, statistics revealed that of all of the things we worry about, only 7% of our worries are actually worth worrying about; the study revealed that 93% of our worries either won’t happen or is totally out of our control to do anything about anyway. Then why do we spend so much time doing worrying? Because like most bad habits that we possess, we’ve been conditioned to do it.
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“LIFE IS A SERIES OF PROBLEM-SOLVING OPPORTUNITIES” — by Unknown Author
The problems you face will either defeat you or develop you – depending on how you respond to them. Unfortunately, most people fail to see how God wants to use problems for good in their lives. They react foolishly and resent their problems rather than pausing to consider what benefit they might bring. Here are five ways God wants to use the problems in your life: