When Jack Canfield was trying to get Chicken Soup for the Soul off the ground, he asked a number of best-selling authors and publishing experts how he should go about it.
Which things, real or imagined, stand between you and your ability to be the leader God has called you to be?
Maybe we should consider which of our worries we can put aside today.
The truth is that we’re all broken. Or, at the very least, chipped and cracked.
But what if — for today — we were to take Albert Schweitzer’s words to heart?
The odds are that today isn’t your last day on planet earth. But don’t use that as an excuse to put off saying that most important thing to one who needs to hear it.
“Someday, you will read or hear that Billy Graham is dead…”
Today, whether your tide is in or out, lean on the faithfulness of God.
“I will take refuge in the shadow of your wings until the disaster has passed.”
From a hymn by Amy Carmichael: “Hast thou no wound? No scar?”
What some call luck — positive experiences that work in your favor — is part of our inheritance.
If your heart is restless today, take a moment to re-evaluate what you really want.