Calling On The One!

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When we have a problem, the first thing we should do is use the precious name of Jesus. Stamp his name all over the situation. The next step might be to take the appropriate follow-on action. If we have back pain, we can take an Advil, but we should drop…

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Taking The First Step

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When there is a thing deep in our heart that God is drawing us toward, we need take that first step. God is efficient, he uses our experience and skills, as well as what’s in our heart for that thing he’s calling us to do. He gifts us with talents…

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The Best Practices

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The sin within us keeps sabotaging our best intentions. If we focus on our sin instead of His righteousness, then we continue to do more sin. So we’re practicing sin. If we get in church regularly and hear the word, read the word and speak the word, then we are…

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Power In The Name

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In the commercials that we watch daily, we see the POWER of a Name. Think about names such as Kleenex. Did you know that’s a brand name? Yet we use it as a daily reference any time we need a tissue – as if it’s the ACTUAL tissue paper, EVEN…

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The Confidence Factor

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CONFIDENCE IS the key to effective decision-making. There are times that we have convictions and in that moment we need to act on them. If we doubt our decision while making it, we need to go ahead and follow through. We need to trust our gut and our leadership skills….

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The Open Door Policy

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We all tend to turn to a friend for advice about a problem at one time or another. We express our concerns or frustrations. We might share how we’ve analyzed it and tried to figure it out on our own. We hope they will present a solution that we haven’t…

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Using Your Talents

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We are blessed to be a blessing. Don’t be that person that hoards all of their money, only takes care of themselves and never serves anyone else. Maybe you visit people in prison or maybe you have the gift of hospitality, or administration, whatever your gift, make sure you are…

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