The Art Of Christian Living

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Be well and let thoughts of wellness sprout in your mind Feel the well of joy rising within your heart to cheer your soul Take action to welcome the present with positive thoughts and words and be kind to yourself and to others Happy Wellness Wednesday. Invoke the spirit of wellness to be your buddy …

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“I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” Mark 9:24 Doubt comes more often than not to steal our joy, and leave us in confusion. Sometimes it leaves us wondering about the truth of scriptures we read from the Bible. Yet honest doubt comes from deep thinking. There lives more faith in honest doubt, believe …

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Resilience isn’t about floating through life on a breeze, or skating by all of life’s many challenges unscathed; rather, it’s about experiencing all of the negative, difficult, and distressing events that life throws at you and staying on task, optimistic, and high-functioning. In fact, developing resilience basically requires emotional distress. If we never ran into disappointment in the …

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The mind is like a battlefieldWhere words are powerful weapons The mind, like a warriorUses words to engage and dismantle the enemy The mind, like a guardian angelUses words to shield and comfort the weary heart The mind, like a leaderUses words to encourage and guide the heart The mind, like a manualProduces and stores …

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The more man meditates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world and the world at large.  Confucius Most of us are already aware of how our thoughts can either help live a healthy, successful life or steal our sense of joy and imprison us. Negative thoughts and emotions have the power to weaken …

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Being mindful tends to be easy when you’re feeling good. When you’re productive, crushing it, or relaxed and confident, mindfulness tends to come easy. The challenge is being mindful when you’re uncomfortable, anxious, angry, bored, or any other emotions that we usually perceive as negative. Mike Sturm Somewhere in this process [of mindfulness], you will …

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