Every Monday I want to focus on gratitude. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 King James Version (KJV): In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. I am reading a delightful book called Cherish by Gary Thomas. Gary speaks about how gratitude is one of the best ways to learn to… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays
Let your faith guide your conscience. In essence our consciences are those parts of ourselves that tell us we’ve just done a very bad thing. We can either listen to our conscience. Or ignore it. And feel very, very bad afterwards. For most of us, we know quite clearly what the right thing to do… Continue reading Eat. Like Jesus did. Part 4.
Food is a very contentious aspect in life. But, I do think we need to take responsibility for how we eat, what we eat and the driving forces that lead us to consume way more than is necessary. Advertisements
I battle with my weight. Ever since Baby Girl’s arrival on this planet, I have battled with my weight. Before her arrival, I was slender, and well toned. Now, I’m just fat. Well, truth be told, it’s not my weight I battle with – that’s just the result. I battle with eating. I can’t stop. Even… Continue reading Eat. As Jesus did.
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God.… Continue reading Our deepest fear
There is much to be grateful for. And I am enjoying doing this 21 day challenge, because it has helped me to focus my mind and it has helped me to be intentional about what I am thinking about. Perhaps you, too, should try this challenge and start reaping the rewards. Even if you have… Continue reading Gratitude – Day 20
DAY TWENTY NINE: WEIGHT LOSS GOD’S WAY
We are beginning to wind down our 31 days together. Are you sad? Don’t be. God is in a good mood over you! The truth about God is He is good. He is always approachable and gracious towards us in our times of need, and everything he does always ends in good.
God’s glory is his goodness.
I am heavily hopeful that you are beginning to get your “sea legs” for seeing fitness more as a means to an end – the end goal to glorify God with all of who we are and all that we have.