The Power of Your Thoughts

Words for the Week …

Watch your thoughts; they lead to attitudes.
Watch your attitudes; they lead to words.
Watch your words; they lead to actions.
Watch your actions; they lead to habits.
Watch your habits; they form your character.
Watch your character; it determines your destiny.

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about such things. — Philippians 4:8, NIV

Hoping you and yours are staying healthy!

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Trials keep you strong. Sorrows keep you human. Failures keep you humble. And God keeps you going.

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4 Responses to The Power of Your Thoughts

  1. Ruthie Young says:

    yes and amen. Thank you

  2. Bruce says:

    It’s been said that whatever doesn’t kill you will make you stronger. There are some people who will crumble under the stress and pressure, but many will find the courage within themselves to survive the problems of the moment, then continue on with their lives. It’s not pleasurable going through difficult times, but going through difficulties will build character within someone. As I say, we are spiritual creatures having a human experience. We aren’t perfect, and we aren’t asked to be perfect. I believe we are expected to do the best we can with our lives.

    Right now, we are all dealing with the corona virus, and everything else seems to be on hold. It’s going to be a rough few months ahead of us, but most of us will survive this pandemic. I’ve isolated myself at home, and only go out for groceries. Just me and my cat Katherine.

    I hope y’all will be safe and secure out there. We are going through a storm right now, but remember that the storm will eventually pass, and the sun will rise again.

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