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I choose to encourage rather than criticize.

Truth transforms us. Spiritual growth is the process of replacing lies with truth.

To change our lives we must change the way we think. Behind everything we do is thought. Every behavior is motivated by a believe and every action is prompted by an attitude.

Researching, reading, receiving, remembering and reflecting the Truth are useless if we fail to put what we’ve learned into practice.

Impression or inspiration without expression causes depression.

Every problem is a character-building opportunity. What happens outwardly in our lives is not as important as what happens inside us.

While we concern ourselves with how fast we grow spiritually, our souls are concerned with how STRONG we grow in faith.

We will never know that God is all we need until God is all we have left.

Everything that happens to us has a spiritual significance.

Change always starts first in our minds. The way we think determines the way we feel, and the way we feel influences the way we act.

Will power can produce short-term change, but it creates constant internal stress because we haven’t dealt with the root cause.

Longing for the ideal while criticizing the real is evidence of our immaturity. On the other hand, settling for the real without striving for the ideal is complacency. Maturity is living with the tension between where we are and where we desire to be in a calm state.

People don’t care what we know until they know that we care.