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Small Steps That Lead Us To Achievement

Posted by CatsAngeleyes on August 18, 2011 at 9:15 PM

The are natural consequences that accompany every choice we make in life. Some opportunities inevitably pas us by, but we can take advantae of others. Many people feel powerless, but this is rarely the case - some oportunities just require a little thinkng outside the box. Today, reflect on the doors you are opening in your world and which on you are willing to set goals and take steps toward them. Rarely does fullfilling over hopes and dreams happen overnight, but you can take onetiny move towards them each day.

"The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live."

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Reply CatsAngeleyes
2:32 AM on September 18, 2014 
Boldness or Pride?

I, Wisdom (from God), make prudence my dwelling, and I find out knowledge and discretion. The reverent fear and worshipful awe of The Lord (includes) the hatred of evil; pride, arrogance, the evil way, and perverted and twisted speech I hate. Proverbs 8:12-13

A confident men and women takes actions. I have heard that there are two types of people in the world: the ones who wait for something to happen to happen and the ones who make something happen. Some people are naturally shy, while others are naturally bold, but with God on our side we can live in the supernatural, not the natural. We all have something to overcome. A naturally bold person has overcome pride, excessive aggression, and false confidence, while the naturally shy must overcome anxiety, timidity, the temptation to withdraw from challenges, and low confidence.
A bold person can often be assertive to the point of being rude. What some people think is boldness is, in reality, pride-which is one of the things God's Word says that He hates. It seems that bold people just naturally assume they are right about most things, and they don't mind telling other people just how right they are. And, while confidence is a good thing, egotism is not. Thank God we can benefit from our strengths and overcome our weaknesses through His help.

Lord, I want to make something happen through my life, but with the confidence that comes through Your strength. I humble myself under Your mighty hand and refuse to trust in myself alone. Amen

By Joyce Myers