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A Grateful Heart

If you know me, then you will know I’m able to keep my focus on one thing for a really long time . I have been commended for this trait by some, criticized and yelled at by others for my seemingly inability to be discouraged from a pursuit, they call it fixation, I prefer to call it persistence (It is positive๐Ÿค” ๐Ÿ˜‚). 

Fixation or persistence isn’t a bad thing, as long as you are fixating on the right thing. Since my discovery of the power in the word of God, I’m now very intentional on what takes up my time and energy. I deliberately choose to focus on my strengths and to appreciate the positives in people and situations. I can testify to how therapeutic it has been.. Whatever you focus on truly expands!

Keep your gaze on only the good!.. fixate all you want๐Ÿ˜œ. Have a heart of gratitude for what you have... watch it expand. And most importantly, fight discouragement because the devil will work overtime to try to refocus you.

My challenge to you today is to count your many blessings and name them one by one(singing) it will definitely surprise you what the Lord has done. That’s for sure...

Always ๐Ÿ’• ๐Ÿ’• on my mind,


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