All things work to the good of those who seek to honor Him first. Losses will be compensated, breaks will heal with greater strength, pain will bring growth and sharing lessons will bring Joy.
Pray with Thanksgiving and watch the stings disappear.
Read scripture, take in the importance of our walk.
Meditate and relax in the Goodness of Life.
Warriors of Light know everything belongs to Him. Possessions and loved ones are being offered for a time only, care for them as if they were His and enjoy His smiles.
Thoughts and words have power. Whether spoken or heard they color the project and the day. Our choice is to use those that Honor Him and reach out to others.
Pray to gain His guidance in our choices.
Read scripture, it renews the mind making the choices.
Meditate, a practice which clears the drawing board.
Warriors of Light know life is a 3D printing of our thoughts and words. They carefully choose their own words, buffing out the offensive noise and polishing the Perfect ones. Humility and Gratitude provide this angle of approach.
Thinking directs lives. Concentrate on watching things that work and more things will work. Feel pain and freely substantiate it with thought or refuse to dwell upon it. When disappointed, see pain as opportunity for growth. Without pain, change is very rare.
Pray to be used in His service.
Read His scripture for more understanding.
Meditate. Breathe deeply with willingness to relax and learn.
Warriors of Light know the responsibility of thinking. Odd thoughts pop in, what we entertain matters.
As Our Father creates, we create our own reality. Warriors allow health, wealth and relationships to honor Him.
We are different but equal. We each have the power to choose our angle of approach. The power to Honor the problem or to Honor God.
Proclaim His mercy and receive it into your life.
Pray to recognize your opportunities.
Read scripture and weave Truth into your reality.
Meditiate before speaking. Words matter. Tone matters more.
Warriors of Light recognize that it takes sandpaper to smooth the edges. Their response grows softer as they mature.