— Brian Houston
“Always be joyful. Never stop praying. Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is GOD’s will for you who belong to CHRIST JESUS.”
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 (NLT)
— Peter J. Daniels
— James L. Clark
— David M.Dye
As I reflect on my birthday, I’m reminded again of what I’m to be committed to: living a simple life. It’s a simple life based out of four commitments. I think if I do my best with GOD’s help to commit to these, I will live a fulfilling and rewarding life. I choose to life life with…
I’ve discovered my purpose comes from JESUS as center. Without purpose, any passion, perseverance and prayer would all be wasted. Purpose directs my focus, dreams, vision, priorities and calling.
I’ve got to care deeply and try to be excellent at whatever I do. I must guard against allowing a dull spirit of familiarity and routinity to set in. Keep caring. Keep the fire burning.
Never give up. Hold on to the vision. Overcome life’s storms. Celebrate each victory and progress. Stay the course. Keep the faith. Be willing to take risks.
Totally depend on GOD. Talk to Him daily. Seek His guidance. Follow HIS will. Find strength and hope in Him. Replenish continually, and guard my spirit always. Just trust Him and always stay thankful.
“You will show me the path of life;
In Your presence is fullness of joy;
At Your right hand are pleasures forevermore.”
Psalm 16: 11 (NKJV)
— Luke 6: 37, 38 (MSG)
“Back in 1994, the man set a record that is likely to stand forever. Playing his first round of golf on a regulation, PGA-style, 18-hole course, Kim Jong Il scored 11 holes-in-one while he carded a stunning 38 UNDER par.
Seventeen bodyguards were on hand to witness and attest the score. Regarding the 11 holes-in-one on a single round, that feat will only be repeated on putt-putt golf courses as most regulation-sized courses typically have only four holes short enough to reasonably be considered candidates for scoring an ace.
Sadly, the golfing world outside of North Korea has yet to accept this round of golf as legitimate.”