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Take responsibility


In the final analysis, the one quality that all successful people have is the ability to take on responsibility (Micheal Korda, Editor-in-chief of Simon & Schuster)

PJ Smyth

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Our bit and Gods bit


robby-dawkinsLiving in the Kingdom is living in the gap between the “here” and the “not yet.” No matter what level of faith you’re living at, it’s still a risk-taking lifestyle. Taking risks is the very definition of living by faith; we live not by our past experiences or by what we see, but by what we believe and what God’s Word says is true about us—that we’ll actually do what Jesus did. One of the biggest reasons we fail to step into Jesus’ transferable ministry is that we mistakenly believe we have to be the source for God’s miracles. That thinking not only scares most of us away from praying for others in faith, but it’s also bad theory and bad theology. The healing and all the other stuff is God’s part to do. I’m just supposed to go. I’m just supposed to show up and respond to what He says to do. I succeed because I’ve obeyed.

Robby Dawkins

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Powerless people


Powerless people often blame the messes they make on other people. The reason their life, marriage, child, finances, job or whatever is the way it is has nothing to do with their choices. Someone else – their parents, their spouse, their teachers, society – created the life they’re living. They don’t have the power to create their own lives.

Danny Silk

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