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.
WARNING: this is the weekend and My personal beliefs are expressed in this post. M-F is about business and stem from the principles that I hold dear. Saturday’s; free flow. Sunday’s are dedicated to my Lord and Savior whom I wish to please to the best of my ability. I am not perfect; but thank God I am forgiven.
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:”Nothing ever is just as it seems”
As I reflect back on this past week; if I look at my score card and measure it to others score cards I would look like a failure. But when I measure myself to my commission given by the one who created me; I am pleasing in His sight and that’s what counts in His book and mine! For nothing is ever as it seems.
Life is never bad enough for us to “check out”; we must continue striving in hope no matter how hard the path may be. Imagine if you never had a problem? How would we know that we would be able to solve it? The way in which we learn to be better is by having the chance to test our skills, knowledge, and endurance. We are able to overcome every circumstance by trying our skills with each new trial. If we give up before the race is over; we will never know. Keep trying and testing your skills so you gain new ones. That’s how we learn and grow.
Check out this weeks Exception To The Rules Song of the WEEK: “WHY”, by Rascal Flatts
King James Version (KJV)
15 And call upon me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.
King James Version (KJV)
Have a blessed week and remember that your litmus test for having hope in the midst of your circumstances is to know that your perseverance is key to your learning and growing in each new trial.
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