Money is neither good nor evil, but how you manage, spend and handle that money are direct reflections of your character, your behavior and your values. Billy Graham said: “Give me five minutes with a person’s checkbook, and I will tell you where their heart is.”
If you want to see clearly in 2020, glance backwards and focus forward.
If you knew then what you know now, what would you have done differently 4-5 months ago? That is still valuable insight, so don’t disregard it.
It’s amazing how often we try everything in our toolbox. And, then, when we can’t fix it or control it or overcome it…we turn to prayer. Is it a matter of forgetfulness, pride that we can handle it without God or just our fast-paced lives that want the instant gratification we believe we won’t get from praying?
What would change in your life if you took the next five minutes to pray about that unique challenge?
“Crises are part of life. Everybody has to face them, and it doesn’t make any difference what the crisis is.” ~Jack Nicklaus We’re spending some time
In recent weeks, it’s become evident that if you want to reach a goal, a dream or even change your life, it requires adopting a different perspective and different outlook on life. There’s always a price to pay, a sacrifice and a journey. Generally, that journey takes us outside of our comfort zone and requires a change in mindset and direction.
Don’t wait for tough times to arrive because they are inevitable.
Health, family, finances and faith. These are the important four walls of everyone’s lives.
Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. ~1 Timothy
Whether you call it scary, exciting or unsettling, one thing is for sure: The world is going through a mammoth transformation. These are days you