Are you struggling with trying to make a dream come to pass? Are you frustrated in a relationship, trying to make someone else change or live right? You may mean well, you may have good goals, but if you are trying to orchestrate things to happen your way, on your timetable, you are only going to frustrate yourself. At some point, you have to turn those circumstances over to God and trust that He has your best interest at heart.
How do you turn things over to God? Start by making the choice and declaring your resolve. Simply say, “Father, I choose to let You be God of this situation. I take my hands off. I trust You.” Then, choose to worship Him. Worship is one of the best ways to set your heart and mind in the right place. You can’t worry and worship at the same time! Worship is a sign that you are trusting God; worry is a sign that you are trying to control things.
Today, take the pressure off yourself and turn things over to God. Give Him control and let Him take your setbacks and turn them into comebacks. Remember, the God who holds the universe holds you in the palm of His hand. Trust Him and let God be God in every area of your life!
If you are facing challenges today or going through a time of adversity, remember, it’s always darkest just before the dawn appears. Your days are destined to shine brighter because God is faithful. As you stay in faith and are obedient to His Word, you’ll receive double for your trouble and see God go above and beyond in every area of your life!
REPOST FROM @revolutionary_mindset: “In today’s modern world where it seems that most teenagers don’t have the gumption to get up and do anything without being told or forced to do so. With this in mind, it’s refreshing to hear about youngsters who have that get up and go spirit and push themselves onto higher achievement.
One such teenager is Warren Cassell Jr., from the Caribbean Island of Montserrat, who has achieved great success in his business of investing, entrepreneurship, and graphic designing all before he even graduates from high school.
The 15-year-old budding entrepreneur first started his Island business at the tender age of eight. He supplied greeting cards to customers, the whole process of which, including the graphic designs, he did all by himself. The only help along the way for his business was a small capital outlay from his parents to get him started. He became successful and attained international customers.
After his success in the greeting card company, young Warren turned his hand to making investments in hedge funds, private equity, and real estate, all by the time he had reached the age of 13. His company, the Abella Group, now has around 50 to 60 clients worldwide for whom he designs and maintains websites.
Warren is now in the middle of shooting the first season of his own Web series titled, “Teen Tycoon,” in which he aims to show young natives of his Caribbean Island how to succeed in business and become the future tycoons of the world.
The successful young tycoon has also written two books, “The Farm of Wisdom: 25 Unforgettable Tales That Will Ignite a Wiser You” and “Swim or Drown: Business and Life Lessons I’ve Learned from the Ocean.”” (via #RepostWhiz @RepostWhiz app) by skwhere_biz http://ift.tt/1nxi0jf
Be more than a pretty face.
It’s almost as if it’s not his kid but it’s his suitcase so he keeps going.