Zero Sum Game Vlog #20 Lessons from the Lake

Zero Sum Game Vlog #20 Lessons from the Lake

Tweet Join me today on the video blog as I share about what my husband and I call the Zero Sum Game.  It is tied to a principle we see in Scripture that we like to call: The Principle of Release and Return. What is the Principle of Release and Return? It’s the willingness to freely let go of what you have, what you think you deserve, or what you feel/believe you’re entitled to you in order for God to fully bless you and others.   We need to understand our position in the Kingdom.Powered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This Once we understand our position in the Kingdom and of redemption, then we can become a generous people in our whole Body Soul & Spirit.  Not just with our finances, but also with opportunities and ministry.  We must understand who we are and whose we are! Understand who you are and Whose you are.Powered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This The principle of release and return gets to the issues of the heart. Do we Trust God is a good Father? Do we Trust that He has more than enough for all of us? Join me, over the next few weeks, as I share on the Tuesday Vlog and Thursday Blog posts more on the principle of release and return.   Tweet My Post “Climb Every Mountain” was featured in the August monthly link-up at : Life on Intention Link-up Party My Post “What’s in a Name?” was featured here: My Post: “Will You Sit with Me?” was featured here: My Post: “The Journey through Change” was featured...
Just Breathe Vlog #19 Lessons from the Lake

Just Breathe Vlog #19 Lessons from the Lake

Tweet Sometimes we need to just take a minute and breathe in Jesus and exhale worry, anxiety, frustration and fear.  Opposition is going to come if we are pursuing Gods plans, so just breathe in the very peace and presence of Jesus, and stay focused on Him.  Join me on the V-log today as I share more about learning to breathe.   Opposition may come, but we choose our response to it.Powered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This My Pastor once said, “if you don’t have opposition in your life, then you may be going the wrong direction.”  I didn’t very much care for his way of thinking, and yet, I knew exactly he meant.  “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walks about, seeking whom he may devour: whom RESIST steadfast in the faith…” [1Peter 5:8-9] When we are doing Kingdom work, we should expect to experience opposition.  Why?  Because we are advancing God’s purposes for our life here on earth and the enemy doesn’t want that to happen.  In fact, in Scripture, we are told to expect opposition.  “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and  have it to the full.” [John 10:10 NIV] None of us like opposition, but it is a fact of life.  It would be nice if everyone liked us, every thing went smoothly all the time, and there were never any problems.  However, that isn’t the case, but we can choose how we respond in the face of opposition. For me, I am choosing to...