It’s Contagious (2)

‘A mirror reflects a man’s face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses.’ Proverbs 27:19 TLB The kind of person you are is reflected in the friends you pick. So if your life is unproductive and stagnant, look at the people you’ve surrounded yourself with. Friendships, good ...Read More

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It’s Contagious (2)

‘A mirror reflects a man’s face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses.’ Proverbs 27:19 TLB The kind of person you are is reflected in the friends you pick. So if your life is unproductive and stagnant, look at the people you’ve surrounded yourself with. Friendships, good ...Read More

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It’s Contagious (1)

‘Bad company corrupts good character.’ 1 Corinthians 15:33 NIV Cold and flu viruses aren’t the only things that are contagious; attitudes are also: ‘Bad company corrupts good character.’ Researchers call it ‘emotional contagion’, and it affects every aspect of life in the same way a rotten apple taints the whole barrel. Jon Gordon says: ‘One ...Read More

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Settle Only For The Best

‘Play skilfully on the harp.’ Psalm 33:3 NLT To ‘play skilfully’ means to do it well and strive for excellence when it comes to your God-given talents. One author puts it this way: ‘There’s a remarkable difference between 99 per cent and 100 per cent commitment. At 100 per cent you see your problems all ...Read More

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Be Realistic About Your Abilities

‘Be honest in your evaluation of yourselves.’ Romans 12:3 NLT God told Moses, ‘I am sending you to Pharaoh to bring My people, the Israelites, out of Egypt.’ (Exodus 3:10 NIV) But instead of thinking, ‘What an honour,’ Moses replied, ‘Who am I to lead the people?’ (Exodus 3:11 NLT) Moses’ upbringing as Pharaoh’s adopted ...Read More

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Three Biblical Rules For Success (2)

‘Meditate on it day and night.’ Joshua 1:8 NIV Second, let it in. The word ‘meditate’ means ‘to ponder, ruminate, or examine attentively’. So don’t just read the Scriptures, thoroughly digest them. Pray, ‘Open my eyes to see the wonderful truths in Your instructions.’ (Psalm 119:18 NLT) You can read a Scripture dozens of times ...Read More

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