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A New Mindset

When we're no longer blind,
we can do the things God has for us.
"Do what you can do and God will do what you cannot do" (p 155), Joyce Meyer (Never Give Up!).

How far we go in life all depends on how we see things for ourselves. Our perspective. 

Some of us are stuck. We're stale and stagnant, because we don't want to do anything that makes us uncomfortable. Remember, my saying I used to be in this place? Well let me tell you, I held up a lot of progress for myself. I wasted a lot of time wasting time. Now I know God will ensure I get to the next place He has for when I do the hard work. When my vision aligns with the vision He has for me. Like Stephen Guise says in his book, Mini Habits, it's truly not about being motivated to do many of the things needed for success. It's about having the will power to do them. Trust me, if it was about being motivated I wouldn't do a lot of the stuff I do and that's the truth of the matter.

But if we trust God, He will make the impossible, possible.

Remember the blind man who Jesus healed? Some people didn't want to believe Jesus healed him, because they were stuck in their beliefs, but the reality was the reality. God always lets people know who He is. We should embrace what He has for us, because it's all good. We have to be open minded to making adjustments if needed and then we will see great things manifested.

There comes a time when a changed mindset is what's needed for a change in behavior. We do our part and God will fill in the gaps. I know for a fact, that works.

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