“Today is an unrepeatable miracle.” John Maxwell.
When I first heard this quote, my instinct was to dismiss it as just another Hallmark sentiment. I didn’t think it had anything to do with how I should steward each moment.
As I sit here praying over the order of these weeks, the lessons I want God to teach us through this study, and the way I want Him to grow you and me through this, I realize something.
I could rewrite every chapter with acts from the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
If you’ve never had a morning routine and always wanted one, then this is for you! I’m going to teach you how to create a morning routine from scratch, and I hope you have as much fun with your mornings as I do!
Tell me if this struggle with consistency sounds familiar: First day, check. Second day, check. Third day, you just didn’t have time. Fourth day, you think you already screwed it up, so why bother…
One of the most important reasons to use Scripture to improve self talk is because we can KNOW it is true!
If you’re not sure where you fall on self talk, ask yourself this question: