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Divine Crystals: Critical Information from Each Situation

Last month we focused on being complete. We felt rest, sacrifice, forgiveness, reward, and punishment in July. For August we may have experienced things we are not fully understanding. At this time, I want to challenge you to alter your perspective in the upcoming month in order to gain an understanding. 

Do you look at the glass half empty or half full?

Are you holding onto something that is stunting your growth?

We were at the right place at the right time, but are you getting what you’re supposed to get out of the situation?

We may find ourselves asking questions like:

Why me?

How long…

When is my time?

This month let us change our question to “what am I supposed to learn from this” this way you’ll be able to receive critical information from each situation. As there is always a lesson to be learned, but if you are not open to learning there is nowhere for the information to settle. 

You can be in a car with a full tank of gas, an oil change, and new tires, but you can’t go anywhere until you decide to start the car.

The moment you decide to be, you will be

The moment you decide you are free you are 

The moment you decide to be alive you are (Lazarus)

The moment you decide to get up and eat, you can (David)

Your thoughts are the catalyst for change

Lazarus decided he is alive, even though he was still dressed as a mummy in a tomb.

David could have continued to starve and mourn the death of his child, but he decided to eat

Their thoughts and willingness to believe change their circumstances. When God says you are, all you have to do is accept it and believe it.

This month’s challenge is to visualize yourself achieving your goals. 

“Motor imagery research emphasizes similarities between the mental imagery of an action and its physical execution.“

 “Results indicated that mental practice has a positive and significant effect on performance, and the effectiveness of mental practice was moderated by the type of task, the retention interval Between practice and performance, and the length or duration of the mental practice intervention.”

Sit down and spend 15 minutes goal setting, then spend 15 minutes per goal visualizing yourself taking the steps to get there and reaching the goal.

Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, a conviction of things not seen.

Have you stopped hopping?

What have you stopped being sure of?

Be sure of it when you ask, His word says we can ask for anything, forgive before you ask.

Be bold, be brave, be courageous, be you. 

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