As I share my reflections with you each week on early Sunday Mornings before I head out to the best house on the street to meet; The Good Lord’s House. I hope to share some things with you that will help you have a better week next week.
Sunday Mornins is my time with you to encourage you to reflect on your past week and analyze it,to learn from it, and to better plan for your upcoming week of work, life, play.
Absorb and release- change-improve, move more efficiently to accomplish more this week than you expected from yourself last week. As you grow towards your goals this week coming, think back to the week you just finished. Name 3 things that come to your mind right off the bat. Write them down in your journal.
Take time to reflect on your past weeks daily activities from work to play. Do it every week so you can keep trotting ahead like a champion.
Reflecting to projecting. That’s the way to make your life stronger, wiser, and to have a clearer site for your path ahead by breaking it down to one week at a time.
This weeks Sunday morning Reflections with: E. Michelle Lee/ subject:” Reading it like it is goes beyond what the eyes can see”
As I reflect back on this past week; I began to ponder the behaviors of people in how they respond with and without integrity in situations where they themselves are with their backs against the wall so to speak.
Learn how to understand that when someone bites its because they lack or are hurt by something or someone else; even when you have given them no cause to bite you, work towards understanding so you can continue to do good for others while growing as an individual or business!
Check out this weeks Exception To The Rules Song of the WEEK. “Give Me Your Eyes” by: Brandon Heath
Continue reading for tips and inspiration from reflecting on your previous week to projecting your week to come with a smile!……………………………………………………:-)
For the most part and in all honesty, if we are to make it through this life with some happiness and be a part of something good; we need to close our eyes and allow our hearts to see beyond the difficulties, challenges, hardships, and pain that life is known for sharing with us all at some time another during our life spans.
When we begin to see beyond these elements of life; we are able to see better days ahead by the workings of those who we once saw as hopeless. When we allow our hearts to see potential and not demise; we allow our world to thrive with people who feel Alive and who are productive in society and the reviving of our economy!
It is through our belief in others that we are able to lend an encouraging word, or guidance for those seeking resolutions and solutions. It is through these contributions that folks are able to find the Direction in life that they need. Sometimes when life has struck you with a pretty hard blow, it’s hard to SEE Beyond what the eyes see.
King James Version (KJV)
41 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but perceivest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
2 Corinthians 4:18
King James Version (KJV)
18 While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.
What Does the Bible Say About Dealing With Difficult People?
You may know someone else who has had to deal with difficult people, or you may have experienced dealing with them yourself. As you study the Bible, you find that God lets other people and experiences build character in us. Often, we just want the difficult person to go away and bother someone else. But what if that someone else is you?
God wants us to strive for peace. So let’s look at some relevant scriptures that show how to deal with difficult people.
What should our motive be when dealing with anyone?
Pursue peace with all people, and holiness, without which no one will see the Lord…
If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men.
Regardless of how others treat us, we are to try to have peaceful relationships with them. In the beatitudes, Jesus Christ—the Prince of Peace—said that those who are peacemakers will be called the children of God (Matthew 5:9).
Many times the Good Book can teach us great lessons in life that we can apply to aspects of our daily living, working, and play. In fact, if I were perfect I would be following all that it subscribes. However, I am not perfect as I am a work in progress. Here in the Exceptions Resource Blog; I dedicate my Sunday Post to the Good Lord who has had my back since before I was born. I give Him all the glory for my story. My prayer is that He continues to pursue me and never lets me out of his sight.
I am ever so grateful that My Lord and Savior seen beyond my faults and envisioned my ability to do something good in this world we live in!
My best advice to you in personal or business growth and success is to first see beyond the circumstance, outer appearances of others, and situations that may blind you to the good of the matter that will be brought into action through the instance that occurs. See beyond the terror and see the good. Don’t let your eyes trick your heart into not believing in the hope of the greater good of all.
Believe in yourself, believe in others, believe in God; for the great good of all humankind and the hope that we will each do our part to help one another.
Give Back 2 Pay Forward- helps you be the best you!
See beyond your eyes and watch what can happen in your life!
Exceptions Song of the Week “Give Me Your Eyes” By: Brandon Heath
Have a blessed week and remember that your litmus test for being able to still do good even when people find ways to bite you for no reason is to: See with Eyes that see beyond and into the heart
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