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In the Spirit: Transformation Takes Time

Personal transformation can and does have global effects. As we go, so goes the world, for the world is us. The revolution that will save the world is ultimately a personal one.

In order for you and I to be better, do better and experience a better state in life...we have to embrace the process of personal transformation. 

Our need for immediate gratification can diminish our capacity to grow forward and flourish in life. It causes us to make snap judgments. We give up too quickly on our efforts to create lasting change in areas of our life that mean the most to us. 

When something that we hope for doesn't happen just the way we want, or it seems that it is taking taking too long to materialize, we  move on to something else without realizing how close we were to actually experiencing the very thing that we wanted.

We want change, but we continue to experience internal conflicts that come from our failure to transform our spiritual, mental and emotional states.Personal a lifetime process! 

Personal transformation begins with the renewing of our mind.

For each of us to experience the next level of God's favor in our everyday life, we have to upgrade our thinking. Scientific and spiritual evidence proves that a man or woman's life can only be elevated by the quality of his or her thoughts. 

In this week's In the Spirit message, Bishop T.D. Jakes teaches on the importance of personal transformation and the impact renewing our mind has on helping us to live our best life.

As you listen to the following video, pay attention to the message behind the message that is occurring within you. There will be points in this message that seems to speak directly to you. This happens because of the wisdom of your ING. Trust in the wisdom of your inner guide. As you develop it, you will gain s sense of "knowing" that will help navigate your way forward as you move from wanting change to making progress. 

There are no drive-thru personal breakthroughs. Our metamorphosis into becoming who we are divinely designed to be requires consistent action over time to make it so.

It is my hope and prayer that this message inspires hope and faith in your heart that you can learn and do what it takes to grow forward and flourish in life.

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Thank you for reading, connecting and sharing.

B Fearless

Jackie B

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