Tuesday, March 6, 2018

What Good Is A Journal?

Want to manifest your desires and your goals quickly?
Want to know why the new "Journaling" trend is getting so much attention?


Revealed here: How to Keep Your Desires & Goals on Track with a Journal!

Keeping a journal will keep you focused. Staying focused will help you to manifest your desires and goals! 


When we write down our feelings, keep them safe, private, and stored, then return to re-read them later, something magical happens. 


Actually, the magic is the science of inner workings of the human mind. Researchers, scientist and experts alike, all agree that putting our feelings & emotions & thoughts into words ...

...clarifies, defines, as well as, makes things that are otherwise confusing, understood. 

Need proof? Try this quick test: 
  1. 1. Take a sheet of paper and a pen or pencil or crayon. 
  2. 2. Set your iPhone's stop-watch to 30 seconds. 
  3. 3. Write down all the things in nature, that you like...such as sunshine, soft summer rain, flowers, etc. 
  4. 4. Write as quickly as you can, and spend only 30 seconds to do this! 

  1. How fast can you list 20 things? 

Test Results: 
  • Now that you've done that, how do you feel? 
  • How did you feel as  you were writing things really fast? 
  • When the time was up, what were you thinking? 

If this exercise brought a smile, or made you giggle or laugh, or excited you in any way...my point has been made! 


Journaling is a release! It's a way to release you inner-most thoughts without fear of judgment, ridicule or comment. 

When you re-visit it, it puts things into perspective, allows you to analyze your feelings and chart your progress in thought. Eventually, it will allow you to chart your progress in life! 

It allows you to  
  • Focus,  
  • Understand,  
  • Clarify,  
  • Solve &  
  • Resolve... 

...because you are connecting with your values, the things that are important to you. You are getting in touch with your emotions, the way you truly feel. And most important of all, you are defining your goals, and the path you are taking in life. Where will it lead? 

Take the time, each day, to make a small entry in your journal. You create the kind of journal it will be, and you can re-create it as often as you like! Some examples are...

  1. A Gratitude Journal – things you're thankful for, or that make you happy 
  2. A Goal-setting Journal – things you want to do 
  3. A Daily-tasks Journal – things you have to do 


Use a notebook, binder, napkins...whatever you have...as long as you Use a Journal to keep your desires & goals on track...so that You will manifest what you focus on! 

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

For My Good: The Power of Thankfulness

For My Good: The Power of Thankfulness: There is tremendous power in simple gratitude.  Consider this ~ 2 words  that can transform a moment,  "Thank you.&qu...

The Power of Thankfulness

There is tremendous power in simple gratitude. 


Consider this ~

2 words 
that can transform a moment, 
"Thank you."



("Aw, I didn't realize she noticed.")

1 change in perception 
can transform a life, 


"Gratefulness."

("If he hadn't left ... I never would have found such peace!")


Take time to sit quietly and meditate every morning, on Good Thoughts. Be thankful for what you have. Finding your quiet space, in a quiet place ~ will keep you Connected and Creative!

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

When the Power of the Lord Was Present



Read Luke 5

: 17 ~ And it came to pass on a certain day, as he was teaching, that there were Pharisees and doctors of the law sitting by, which were come out of every town of Galilee, and Judea, and Jerusalem: and the power of the Lord was present to heal them." 
(Keep reading, and find out what happened!)


"There's always a reason to smile. Find it!"

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

“BE OF GOOD CHEER” - "He’ll Open Doors for You”

John 16:33 ~ "These things I have spoken to youthat in Me you might have peace. In the world, you will have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." 
  
Jesus seemed to specialize in things that seem impossible. 
  
I have heard these words used all my life, and I have wondered many times, just how could one who had trials and tribulation use these words?

  
I have lived long enough to know that the mind plays tricks, and that most people who are the most miserable, are those who feel their own hurt and remember their own disappointments, and who are concerned about their won victories. 
  
These folks shut themselves up in their own little world, and they fill themselves with what we call self-pity or a guilt-complex. 
But you know, self-pity or a guilt-complex are always dead-end streets. 
In self-pity, a person develops a feeling that no one cares and the world is unfair to him, and he is always blaming himself… 


 
In self-pity, one becomes sorry for himself and his feelings are very easily hurt. In self-pity, in most cases, one talks a lot, to try to cover up… 
He talks too much. Self-pity is a terrible thing. But you can overcome it... 
  
...with faith in Jesus. 
  
How can this be done? 
First, by taking a good look at yourself: If you look around, you will soon discover the you are not so bad off… 
  
If you look around….,  
There was a man who had no shoes. He complained until one day he found a man who had no feet. 
  
Job (15:7) was disturbed about his plight, until of his friends asked, “Art thou the first man that was born?” 
Are you the only one….? 

  
Look around, take a trip, visit the hospitals… 
  
“Be of a good cheer…” whatever your plight, you can make, it if you try. 
  
All you have to do is to ask God to help you. The hymn-writer…”O, what a Friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and grief to bear. What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer.” 
  
You can make it. 
  
“O, what peace we often forfeit, O what needless pain we bear, all because we do not carry, everything …” 
  
Be of a good Cheer, You can make it. 
  
I tell [God]… He will come.  
you may have to wait on It… 
Waiting is always good. 
Waiting helps you to surrender. 
The rich, young ruler wanted eternal life. O, so badly he wanted.  
Judas didn’t have to commit suicide…. 
  
Waiting doesn’t mean sitting… 
  
Then, while you are waiting, let God use you.  


 
Use me, Lord… 
I may be weak and have very little to offer, but use me. 
Paul…I had a thorn in my flesh… 
….’My grace is sufficient for you…’ 
Let God use you. Let your light shine. 
  
A blind man carried a lantern, not to prevent him from stumbling, but to prevent others from stumbling over him. 
  
Be of a good cheer, you can make it. 
                          {Sermon delivered by the late Reverend Andrew W. Gilmore, circa 1980}

What Good Is A Journal?

Want to manifest your desires and your goals quickly? Want to know why the new "Journaling" trend is getting so much attentio...