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A Made-up Mind

I'm serious. I'm ready. It's time.
When I look at the people who lost a boatload of weight, I admire them.

That's why I love watching the Biggest Loser.

Although I don't watch much TV, whenever I can catch that show I'm all in.  The fact that the contestants even made it on that show is an admirable feat. And the fact that they open themselves up to our critique, analysis, and opinion, is amazing, as well. We can be a hard sell, can't we? And we have alot of nerve too, don't we? Could we do what they were brave enough to do? I doubt if I would open myself up to that type of judgment. Then again, maybe I could once I got to the point where I was sick and tired of being sick and tired. Or perhaps I would if just maybe I had enough of the same old mundane existence.

Everyone has their threshold of enough.

There comes a time where you just put it all out there and what anybody says about you, is their problem, not yours. You get to the point where you simply couldn't care less.

You've decided.

You're going in full throttle and your new attitude is, let's go.

It's a feeling of rejuvenation and freedom when you start doing what you know you were born to do. It's almost as though God is saying, about time. The point is, those gifts He placed in you will not fail you, because God is a God of successes and perfection. And if He placed it in us, then it's impossible to fail at being who He created us to be and thus, do what He created us to do. So that settles it.

We are now "newer" creations in Christ with made-up minds. Like those Biggest Losers Winners, we are changed people and we are now ready to tell the world about it. We are stepping out. And now I hear it. Do you hear it? I hear God saying, well done good and faithful servant, well done.

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Footnote:
2 Corinthians 5:17

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