Moments of motivation

Tell yourself
no matter what goes on on in my life, I will not and can not allow it to take the essence of my being great away, God packaged me with a phenomenal purpose and I’m going to serve it! Challenges and disappointments will come but we will over come them by focusing in on the true purpose of our lives…Moving away from thoughts concerning how hard things are and the pain we have suffered, and when this is going to end will not do anything but produce more turmoil, for these thoughts are unproductive, they are like thieves in the night that come to steal kill.
The war of the mind will only end with us taking a stand. Making decisions to forgive wrong in our lives and people who may done us wrong, forgive our actions that caused us to be uncomfortable, forgive ourselves for the thoughts that led us to the challenges and disappointments we may be experiencing. In Him (Christ) we live move and have our being and He says, Philippian 4:8-9 Summing it all up, friends, I’d say you’ll do best by filling your minds and meditating on things true, noble, reputable, authentic, compelling, gracious—the best, not the worst; the beautiful, not the ugly; things to praise, not things to curse. Put into practice what you learned from me, what you heard and saw and realized. Do that, and God, who makes everything work together, will work you into his most excellent harmonies.
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Money is King

Cash is king my Father told me, not that it is Lord over your life, but when you choose to use it wisely it will be a supplier of all your needs. Being that we are in this world but not of it says, that we are yet responsible for our contribution of use to the money system, which means we are authorized to respect the use of money as well.
Take Jesus many Christian still believe he had no real relationship with money, but this is not true. Jesus had an inner circle of dignified wealthy men who walked with him, one of which was a treasurer whose was Judas Iscariot.
In the case of Judas, greed had its way in him driving him to betray Jesus, also selling Jesus out for money. This act caused Jesus to go on the cross but it also brought Judas to and even more traumatic experience, Judas hung himself. The moral of the story my Father told me, is if you are not disciplined with money the desire of greed can arise within you causing you to make decisions that forfeit your ability to handle money wisely, also causing your own suffering throughout life until you find yourself making right relations with money.