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In The Spirit: How-to Be Fully Committed to Living Your Best Life

Our ordinary mind always tries to persuade us
that we are nothing but acorns
and that our greatest happiness will be
to become bigger, fatter, shinier acorns;
but that is of interest only to pigs.
Our faith gives us knowledge of something better:
that we can become oak trees.
~ E. F. Schumacher~

Are you talking yourself out of what's possible in your life because of your fears, thoughts of uncertainty and doubt (F.U.D.)?

Have you allowed your negative mind chatter, challenging circumstances, and naysayers cause you to believe that you aren't capable of manifesting positive change in some area of your life? Are you living a defeated life as a result of these influences? 

If we are honest, all of us, from time to time has had bouts of doubt and unbelief that has robbed us of time, our focus and energies to create positive change in our life.

It's okay. Each of us are on a journey to manifesting the fullness of our potential. Our potential has needs that when we support it with these actions, we will expand our capacity to be more, do more and experience better in life. Find out about the needs of your potential here.

This day, begin to activate the power that dwells within your freedom to choose. Get in agreement with the promises of God concerning you. 

You are more than a conqueror! God's goodness and mercy awaits your embrace so that it can show up in your life in ways beyond your imagination. It begins with developing your faith and becoming fully persuaded that your hope and confidence in God is not in vain.

Start to respond effectively to your life's circumstances with faith in God's power working in and through you to change them for your better and you will begin to experience better and make more progress in life! 

In this week's, In the Spirit message, Joel Osteen challenges us to become fully persuaded in our heart that our best days are yet to come.

So much in our life and in our world creates fear, uncertainty and doubt (F.U.D.) in our minds and hearts. We have to guard our heart for out of it flows all the issues of life.

No one is completely immune from experiencing F.U.D. However, we can activate our faith in the goodness of God and life, walk in the power of love and maintain an audacity of hope! It comes down to our willingness to make choices that align with this truth and begin to take actions that support this truth.

It is my heart's desire to share with you on this blog ideas that inspire hope in your heart so that you are encouraged to believe in the power that dwells within you to make progress and be happy in life.

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Jackie B

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