It's Mother's Day! If you are a mother, Happy Mother's Day to you. If you still have your mother in your life, do something to honor her today. This is a bittersweet day for me. As a mother and grandmother I praise God for the blessing of my son, daughter-in-love and grandchild. How sweet it was to receive a card and gift they made to honor me and show their love. Yet, I miss my mother and grandmother today too. I know I will never stop missing these women who were the loves of my life even though I know they are all now in the arms of our Lord. The Bible has many examples of mothers, showing the importance God places on them and their influence in the life of their children. Some of the most famous Bible mothers include Sarah, the mother of Issac, Elizabeth the mother of John the Baptist, and Mary the mother of Jesus. Some of the many mothers not spoken of as often are those of the kings of Judah and Israel. They are mentioned throughout the books of 1 & 2 Kings as influencing their child to be a good king or a bad king. This is one day to set aside time to consider the mother in your life. If you are the mother, it is the time to allow others to do something special for you. If you don't have a mother to spend time with today, consider spending time with a woman who may be all alone. Share Christ's love with her and let her know she has a special place in His heart. ========================================================================================= Are you registered for the Free Quick Tips to Increase the Cash Flow In Your Business Teleseminar? If you are interested in increasing the money flow in your business be sure to attend this event. Click HERE to learn more and to register.
“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men” Colossians 3:23
Getting stuck is such a frustrating feeling. Sometimes, it seems that my mind is so full of ideas and thoughts that I can’t move forward; I’m just stuck. It doesn’t help to keep looking at the wonderfully creative websites of others, or see their programs or wonder why they came up with ideas I think I should have had.
But that’s no excuse. Getting stuck is no one’s fault but my own. The real name for the condition if “procrastination.” Yes, I said it – not getting started doing what I’m supposed to do. Not working on my business goals, not setting up the teleseminar that needs to be scheduled for next week, not wanting to think about the articles I need to publish to help with my marketing. I get stuck, want to blame it on the fact that others are getting their work done and then end the day without reaching my goals.
Not good – can’t let this happen.
That’s exactly why I made myself stay up late tonight to make this blog post. It’s time to move ahead with goals. Are you letting yourself get stuck? Do you have every excuse in the book to keep yourself from just getting stated?
There’s no secret about what to do. The answer is to just do it – get started. You have goals to reach. Start working towards your goals as working for the Lord – not for others – not for you – but for your God.
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