Changing Your Story 

Ironically, my most visited blog post is one I didn't even write.  But the message is good.  So good.  I hope you take the time to click on over and read this post.  With so many negatives surrounding me right now, I need to make extra sure that I am telling myself the right story.  Are you?

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Every once in a while I read a blog post that says exactly what I am thinking or feeling.  While this blog post  doesn't directly address chronic illness, I feel it contains an important lesson for those of us who are faced with challenges beyond the norm.

I hope you'll click the link and visit Michael Hyatt's post " Change Your Story, Change Your Life."

The things we tell ourselves are so important!  What story of your life have you been telling yourself?  Michael shares somce concrete steps in how to fight the negativity that can come with the view we have of ourselves - one that rarely corresponds to the way God sees us.

When we come to Him, we are truly children of the king.

But Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these."  Luke 18:16

Is this part of your story?  If not, maybe it's time for a change.

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