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Confident and Doing The Work

Are you a confident person that truly believes in your life’s direction and God’s commitment to bless you (John 10:10)? The challenge we face in this season is a plague of confidence blended with naive optimism. It is important to recognize when you are being naively optimistic.  In James, they thought that because they had faith their works did not matter. Are you a confident person that truly believes in your life’s direction and God’s commitment to bless you (John 10:10)? The challenge we face in this season is a plague of confidence blended with naive optimism. It is important to recognize when you are being naively optimistic.  In James, they thought that because they had faith their works did not matter.

A confident person faces unexpected challenges and can lose hope, if not careful. Hopelessness over time can produce a toxic, sick-like, feeling that can shift our view of the world (Proverbs 13:12…Hope deferred make the heart sick). Balanced confidence that is rooted in truth and maturity can protect us from falling victim to naive optimism.

A Courageous Look at Your Worldview

The conclusions and convictions you develop about the world you live in. This view will affect all your choices throughout your life. If you have a broad worldview it will show up in the way you manage challenges, the way you work, the way you communicate and the way you manage the seasons of your life.

Courageous Change

Any change worth achieving will take courage. In this series you will find the courage to make long lasting change for you and the generations to follow. It all starts with one courageous decision.

A Courageous Look At Your Future

Consider the possibility that your past, present and future experiences are all tied to what you plant in the soil of your life. The only exception are the times people violently sowed (or brought things) into your life without your permission.

A Courageous Look at Your Present

Consider the possibility that your past, present and future experiences are all tied to what you plant in the soil of your life. The only exception are the times people violently sowed (or brought things) into your life without your permission.

The Resurrection Changes Everything

Easter service at Overcoming by Faith (2018). What if you were free to start all over again? Paul viewed the Christian life as a chance to start all over again.

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