Monday Motivation: “Take A Knee When You’re Injured”

“May the Lord answer you when you are in distress. May the name of the God of Jacob protect you.” -Psalm 20:1

You know it fascinates me when players get injured on the football field, opposing players take a knee. It is considered a sign of respect and concern when someone is hurt. We get injured physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally! It’s time to “take a knee.”

Life can consume you, and become a heavy weight. You don’t have to carry it by yourself! Who is on your medical staff when you are injured? I know someone who is on call 24/7. GOD.

God gave you vision, exercise it! Your eyesight can fool you into thinking that you can’t get past your injury. You see yourself limping, but God sees you walking!

Exercise: What are your injuries? Find a quiet place and write them down. The irony in this exercise is that these are the ways the enemy is attacking you. So what do you need to do? Construct your playbook! No fancy X’s, O’s or arrows. Lol. Your playbook will help you overcome the defensive line. There is a word for every injury.  Pull out your bible, open your bible app, and start constructing your playbook. YOU GOT THIS! You will see how your mind will shift from injured to healed, your TESTimony!

You are no longer injured! You just need a little physical therapy every once in a while! 🙂

I wish you all a prosperous and productive week!

XOXOXOX (Your Visionary In Charge, Regina)

 

 

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Monday Motivation: “Don’t Let The Devil Disrupt What God Instructs”

Pictured above are three things: trees, a path, and what appears to be a s-shaped root covering a clear path…………..

“Show me the right path, O Lord; point out the road for me to follow. Lead me by your truth and teach me, for you are the God who saves me. All day long I put my hope in you” -Psalm 25:4-5

Now I am no biblical scholar by any means, but through much self-reflection I discovered this truth: God gives clear instructions, and the devil makes suggestions! The picture above depicts God’s plan and path for your life. The s-shaped root covering the clear path represents the MANY ways we stray from that path. You know, praying for a sign and then taking action ourselves instead of patiently waiting.

Gems and Gents, your purpose will be fulfilled if you listen to God’s instructions, and not fall victim to Satan’s (the enemy) suggestions. Satan has taken a peek into your future, and IT IS GREAT. Soooo what is his job: TO STEAL, KILL, AND DESTROY. He will suggest detours and recalculate your route to get you off course.

Pay attention, because his suggestions are subtle! Sometimes the fastest route isn’t always the best route.

I wish you all productive week Gems and Gents! May you accomplish EVERY goal you set for yourself this week!

 

 

 

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