How to Find the Answer to Life’s Challenges

Those who are in search of the good life do not need more answers or more time to think things over to reach better conclusions. They need the truth. – Jim Rohn

How wonderful to spend this time with you!

I so enjoy writing to you every week. And I pray that my words help you overcome some of your challenges in your life.

It is so easy to get pulled into negative thinking. It gets blasted at us by newspapers and radio, TV and magazines – even friends and family. They offer you non-stop depression, anger, frustration and anxiety … if you let them.

But there is a way to fight back. And it’s powerful. It’s a lesson I’ve learned the hard way. I’ve had to set limits on my thinking. I’ve had to learn NOT to accept things at face value. Instead, I have to look for the good – the truth, about every situation. And that is only found in one place, God’s Word. 

If you want to change any situation in  your life – physical, mental, emotional, social or otherwise – find out what God says about it. Do a keyword search at one of the Bible sites online. Tie in related words and phrases. Soon you’ll build a picture of how God wants you to handle that situation. Then step out in faith and follow His instruction.  

I hope you will take today’s lesson to heart. It can mean the difference between frustration and joy, struggle and victory.  

I pray for you every week as I write this. Hope you can feel it. God loves you, and so do I. Be blessed.

And watch for more on this topic my next Blog post … Happy Monday!



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