Your feelings are quite often a direct result of your thoughts. The difference between a guilt-ridden Christian and a light-hearted and joyful Christian is often what you believe about one simple thing… what they are thinking about. Guess who’s thinking about the sin, the guilt and the past? Now guess who’s thinking about how they have been washed clean and they are a new person in Christ Jesus?
Thoughts Have Power:
- “I have found the paradox that if I love until it hurts, then there is no hurt, but only more love.” ~ Mother Teresa
- “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank
- “Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” ~William James
Huntington Beats Tarkington 21-14 and makes history with playoff berth! There are five team in the district and means Huntington will make the playoffs for the first time in school history.
(Video from Huntington ISD Athletics)
Forgive! Because it’s easier than math. Math is hard.
A positive word of encouragement can help change anyone’s Destination. – Darren Hardy
“A word of encouragement during a failure is worth more than an hour of praise after success.” – Unknown
When you encourage someone, you give them the confidence or courage to do something. Example; When you encourage your little brother to play harder by yelling his name from the sidelines of the soccer field, your giving him the courage to believe in himself. “Great Job, you can do it! it the ball into deep right field.” The word encourage comes from the Old French word encoragier, meaning “make strong, hearten.” – vocabulary.com
Donald Gould (aka the Homeless Piano Man) is a former homeless US military veteran who gained international attention when a video of him playing a piano version of “Come Sail Away” by STYX went viral on YouTube in 2015.