Mindset Link “ Lord will fight for you, and you need only be still.” Exodus 14:14 Bring It Into Play Drama. Up close it may look like your situation is hopeless. That it will never be resolved. But. If you take a few steps back. And look at the big picture. Things might not be as bad as you think. Don’t rush into things. Or let your pride get in the way. Take your time. Allow God to work in your situation. It contains the mess and makes for less clean up. “ Lord will fight fo
Are You Tired of So Much Drama? Drama: Something women and especially teenage girls thrive on, consisting of any number of situation that have an easy solution, which would bring a fairly good outcome, but these girls choose another bad way to deal with it, again consisting of backstabbing, blackmailing, gossiping, and betraying their friends. For Example: "I want to break up with him but still love him!" URBAN DICTIONARY Quote from Andy Stanley Sermon: "How to Be Drama Free.
Tim Hawkins-Alternative Cuss Words Christian Comedian Mindset Links A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. Proverbs 17:22 ESV Obscene stories, foolish talk, and coarse jokes—these are not for you. Instead, let there be thankfulness to God. Ephesians 5:4 NLT Our mouths were filled with laughter, our tongues with songs of joy. Then it was said among the nations. “The Lord has done great things for them.” Psalm 126:2 NIV Bring It Into Play 1. W
Decisions you make today become your past that impact your future. Andy Stanley, "How to Be Drama Free" Dramatic Responses Activity Instructions Materials Needed: White Cloth, washable marker, dark permanent marker, large bowl, dish soap. 1. Cut Out a piece of clean white cloth. The cloth represents your heart. Your goal is to keep your "heart" clean. Sometimes when people are hurting they make choices that they know are not good, but they do it anyway because it makes t
"The internally spoken words you use at such crucial moments will be like water or like gasoline. You know what happens to a flame if its doused with water and what happens if you throw some gasoline on it. So what do you say to yourself? What do you throw on those smoldering emotions? Do you settle yourself down with soothing words of truth or do you stoke the fire with accusations, bitterness, and self-pity." Taken from: Me, MySelf & Lies, Jennifer Rothschild, pg. 96 Mindse