Meanderings of a Minister

10 Truths for Mondays
July 20, 2010, 6:32 pm
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This is the repost of a posting on  I saw it, read it and thought that it applies so well to many of my Mondays, that others might benefit as well.

10 Things We Need To Focus On! July 19, 2010

So, it’s Monday…and you feel like a one legged man who entered a butt kicking contest!

From all of the research I’ve seen…Monday’s are the days when we are most tempted to quit, to give up…to just walk away and start a brand new job as a people greeter at Wal Mart.

Just remember…

#1 – He called you…and it wasn’t to get to this place so He can drop you on your face!  (Philippians 1:6)

#2 – He WILL build HIS church!  (Matthew 16:18)

#3 – He did not necessarily promise to deliver you from the fire…but He did promise to walk with you through it!  (Isaiah 43:1-3)

#4 – There is MORE in STORE for your life and ministry!  (Hosea 10:12)

#5 – When we obey the voice of God we are unstoppable (Joel 2:11)

#6 – Have courage, be strong, don’t back down from what He has called you to do!  (I Corinthians 16:13)

#7 – God didn’t call you because of your greatness but rather because of HIS…and HE’S STILL GREAT despite at times you may feel like you are not!  (II Corinthians 4:1)

#8 – “This” problem will NOT destroy you!  (II Corinthians 4:8-9)

#9 – STOP comparing yourself to others…the same God who called and empowered them did the same for you!  (Galatians 2:8)

#10 – STOP praying for protection…PRAY FOR BOLDNESS!!!  (Acts 4:29-31)

~ Perry Noble, New Spring Church in South Carolina


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