Meditating on God’s word is an effective way to counter lies both from our own anxious minds and spiritual attacks. When tempted, Christ himself defeated Satan by countering with what it was written in the Bible. I am a student of the practice, not a teacher. And please continue any medical treatment you are on, but I’ll share what I’m learning with you. The basics are to recognize our emotional states, identify the lies influencing us, and pick verses that effectively contradict them. When it is the devil, say it loud, with authority, and he will back down if there is no other factors at
We recently replaced our old car with a new-to-us used car, and I drove it home from the suburbs, following my husband, and this thought occurred to me. What do you think? Spiffy? [tweetthis]Jesus Drives My Pilot Car pic.twitter.com/958fA71LFq [/tweetthis]
When I began meal planning, I bought an awesome set of 32oz BPA-Free deli containers to store freezer meals in. Initially, I made them peel-off labels with contents and dates. After several months, the novelty wore off, and my inattentive-type ADD declared my labeling system was too complicated. I surrendered to my weak flesh and fell into just shoving the leftovers in the freezer without labels. When not labeling stored food led to irritating problems, I got out my Sharpie and wrote on one tub, thinking it’d be permanent. To my delight, it washed off, after all. Victory, an efficient labeling system that accommodates ADD!
Gentle Reader, please share this with a friend that this could speak to. This is for the brother or sister whose gotten bad news about their career, health, or a family matter. You feel stuck at a dead end, watching dreams crumble in the midst of the daily grind. Maybe pain and fear binds you, keeps you stuck in less than all you could be. Maybe you’ve pushed ahead in your goals as far as physical limits will allow. Maybe it’s not simply the voice of our own emotions screaming “you’ll never win.” Maybe a human authority is telling you that the odds are
Based on a South Beach Phase 1 Recipe, tastes like a Mexican/Latin dish Makes 4-6 servings in 30-40 minutes Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil ½ large red onion, chopped ½ tsp crushed red pepper ½ tsp chili powder 2 tsp minced garlic 2 tsp ground cumin ½ tsp salt, black pepper 4 cups chicken broth 1-2 boneless, skinless, raw chicken breasts 2-3 zucchini, sliced, halved 1 lb frozen chopped kale 1 cup salsa 1 cup V8 (or use more salsa) 1 cup fresh cilantro, chopped ¼ cup lime juice (optional) Directions Prep all fresh vegetables. Defrost the chicken. Slice the raw chicken across the narrow