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"Nothing can cease a person with the suitable psychological perspective from reaching their target. not anything on the earth might help anyone with the inaccurate psychological attitude." Thomas Jefferson

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Many Christians want to do just what they can get by with; they don't like responsibility. I have noticed that those who carry the greatest loads are also the ones who seem to be the most blessed. Why? The reason is because they are willing. Many people want to be successful, but they are not willing to do what is necessary to obtain success. Those who carry the heaviest loads reap the greatest rewards. Once Jesus' disciples were arguing with one another about who was the chiefest. " When you have a willingness of mind to be servant to all, then you are going to carry the heaviest loads.

I began to draw from that creative power in God's Word. I spoke the Word to that $20,000 furnace and I want you to know I came out of it. Oh yes, it was difficult. It looked as though I would never get out. But I want you to know, praise God, today I am out! And I'll never go through that furnace again. Do you see what I am saying? A right mental attitude about the necessities of life is important. Jesus said, Take no thought. " A willingness of mind produces action. The majority of the time, all actions are preceded by thoughts— unless one acts by instinct.

But the Devil does not—not until you act; not until you talk; not until you respond to the pressure he brings against you. Keep Satan in the dark; then, when it is time to fight, fight the good fight of faith and win! CHAPTER FOUR Gird Up the Loins of Your Mind Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. 1 Peter 1:13 When Peter said, Gird up the loins of your mind, he was actually saying that a right mental attitude is important.

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