Quote of the Day

“There are gamblers and investors.  There are people that do the wrong thing, but they gamble that they can do wrong thing and avoid the consequence.  Then there are people who invest.  They do the right thing.  When you obey your conscience, you’re investing.  When you get a good night’s sleep, you’re investing.  If you eat too much junk, you’re gambling.  If you’re a workaholic, you’re gambling.  You’re gambling that you can do nothing but work but still have a family who loves you and you feel close to, but there’s only one thing that make relationships good, and that’s time.  Not money, time.”

“We want to know too much.  We want to know why too much.  Well let me just say God knows a lot of things he isn’t going to tell us.  God isn’t going to give us a blueprint for our lives.  It’s going to take a lot of T-R-U-S-T.”

“Nobody can pray their relationship with God off on you.  You have to put in the time and effort yourself and develop your own relationship.  We are partners with God; we work together in partnership.”

“God has called us to be excellent.  Not sloppy and mediocre.  Excellent.  We have to make excellent choices.  Don’t do what you barely have to do to get by.  Go the extra mile, especially when nobody is looking.  Live before an audience of one because God is watching all the time.  We live too much for other people.”

“God has called us for real christian agape love. We’re on a journey.  And the journey is to learn not to be selfish and self-centered but to live our lives to be a blessing wherever we go.  If we can just see it, if we will be willing to stop trying to take care of ourselves, God will take care of us.”

– Joyce Meyer

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